Want to feel healthy and refreshed? Learn Chinese acupressure techniques and live a peaceful and fulfilling life!
In our busy lives surrounded by workload, stress and tension we often forget to find balance in us, physically and mentally. Yin Meridians is one method that stems from traditional Chinese medicine which helps maintain the flow of life-energy in human body. Did you know that the human body has 5 pressure points with special characteristics that are related to the five elements (earth, water, wood, fire, metal)? Our online course in Acupressure – Yin Meridians will equip you to know natural methods of healing, curing and meditation for a healthy and stress-less life. The information in this course is delivered in a very simplistic way making it easy for students to apply the techniques on themselves, family, friends or clients.
The course will introduce its learners to the concepts of traditional Chinese medicine that are proved to be highly popular and effective – the Yin Meridians. It starts with explaining the concept of ‘qi’. While the Yang Meridians are located in the posterior and lateral parts of the body, the Yin Meridians are paths that run on the anterior and medial aspects of limbs. Learners are trained to handle key pressure points in detail that would help achieve desired results. The course trains learners to be able to solve health problems such as aches, spasms, poorly functioning organs and cells, stress and tension. By taking this course candidates will not only learn fruitful acupressure techniques but also the key methods to a have healthy mind and body.
We at Study365 aim to provide our learners with top-notch faculty on their own convenience not bound by time or place. While our online learning modules are accessible at all times from anywhere in the world, we understand students’ need for help and support during the learning process and therefore, we facilitate you with one of our tutors to help you through. All information, coursework and module development is professionally created and always kept up-to-date. Students who sign up for this course will get instant access to a 92 page course manual, a set of 6 Acupressure Treatment Charts covering the top Acupressure Treatment Points to work on to rebalance over 100 conditions associated with the Yin Meridians and treatment protocol for each of the illustrated charts.
- Course Outline:
- Learning Outcomes
- Who is this course for?
- Career Paths
- About the Instructor
- Qualification Title: Certificate in Acupressure – Yin Meridians
- Qualification Type: Level 2 Certificate
- Accreditation Status: Accredited by CPD, iAP & IICT (International Institute for Complementary Therapists)
- Course Duration: self-paced (module availability: 365 days)
- Guided Learning Hours: 01
- Availability: International
During the period of this course, students will learn:
- The concept of traditional Chinese medicine and its methods
- The Yin Meridians, it’s practice and background
- The ‘qi’ concept
- The 6 Meridian channels in the human body that run through frontal body
- The blood flow and nervous path to the elbows and knees
- 5 basic and powerful pressure points that help maintain energy in the body
- The relationships between each of these pressure points with the elements: water, fire, earth, wood and metal
- Use of proficient acupressure techniques that work on Yin Meridians paths
- The 30 key acupressure points that are grouped in 6 different combinations of 5 points
- Usage of the pressure points to relief pain and improve organ health
- Expertly practicing Chinese medicine
Anyone who has a passion for healing and good health maintenance can be an ideal candidate. If you are looking for a career opportunity that enables you to help others and bring a positive change in society, this course might suit you best. The course is perfect for those who are willing to work in the health sector. It may help you develop a career path toward:
- Assistant to health care professionals
- Personal therapist
- Independent acupressure practitioner
- Health advisory roles
The course could also add-on as a plus point to your skills if you are a qualified nurse or have any other role in health care.
Learners must be age 16 or over and should have a basic understanding of the English Language, numeracy, literacy, and ICT.
There will be an assessment at the end of the course. It would be an online test in form of MCQs, the results of which would be revealed immediately after test completion.
Successful candidates will be awarded a CPD accredited internationally recognised Certificate in Acupressure – Yin Meridians upon successful completion of this course.
The course provides successful career paths into health sectors. On average, a chinese medicine practitioner can expect to earn a minimum of £12000 in the UK (gov.uk). Moreover, a Chinese medicine practitioner could earn between $31000 to $122000 in the U.S., depending on his/her skills and experience. Learners may be able to take up jobs such as:
- Assistant to experienced professionals (Chinese doctors, Neurologists, Physical Therapists)
- Independent acupressure therapist
- Chinese medicine practitioner
- Self-employed acupressure instructor
Annette Reilly has specialized in Neuroenergetic Kinesiology (NEK), having a great deal of knowledge in subjects like Chemistry, Biochemistry & Nutrition, Pathophysiology and Pharmacology, Biology, Anatomy & Physiology, to name but a few. She served the role of Principal of The College of Neuroenergetic Kinesiology for a period of 5 years in Ireland. Later, she also served as the chairperson of The Kinesiology Association of Ireland. Her keen interest in acupressure, nutrition and traditional Chinese medicine helped her write quite a few courses on the respective subjects for which, she has received recognition by the International Institute for Complementary Therapists (IICT).
|2: Requirements Before Receiving your Qualification|
|Requirements Before Receiving your Qualification||00:00:00|
|3: What is Acupressure?|
|What is Acupressure?||00:00:00|
|How to apply Pressure to acupressure Points||00:00:00|
|Key Points to remember||00:00:00|
|4: What is Meridians?|
|What is Meridians?||00:00:00|
|The role of the Meridians||00:00:00|
|The Meridian Clock||00:00:00|
|Key Points to remember||00:00:00|
|Essentials Before Getting Stated||00:00:00|
|5: The 5 Ahu Antique Points – Yin Meridians|
|The five Shu antique points Part 1||00:00:00|
|The five Shu antique points Part 2||00:00:00|
|The five Shu antique points Part 3||00:00:00|
|The 5 Shu Antique points Diagram||00:00:00|
|The 5 Shu Antique Points Yin Meridian Chart||00:00:00|
|6: Treatment Protocol – 5 Shu Antique – Yin Meridians|
|How to Begin & End an Acupressure Treatment||00:00:00|
|Lung Meridian Point Combination||00:00:00|
|Pericardium Meridian Point Location||00:00:00|
|Heart meridian Point combination||00:00:00|
|Spleen meridian Point Combination||00:00:00|
|Liver Meridian Point Combination||00:00:00|
|Kidney Meridian Point Combination||00:00:00|
|7: Bonus Material|
|5 Shu Antique Points Yin Meridians Manual|
|5 Shu Antique Points Diagram@|
|5 Shu Antique Points Yin Meridian Chart|
|Lung Meridian Point Combination with Locations|
|Pericardium Meridian Point Combination with Locations|
|Heart Meridian Point Combination with Locations|
|Spleen Meridian Point Combination with Locations|
|Liver Meridian Point Combination with Locations|
|Kidney Meridian Point Combination with Locations|
|Mock Exam: Certificate in Acupressure – Yin Meridians||00:40:00|
|Final Exam: Certificate in Acupressure – Yin Meridians||00:40:00|
|Certificate Download Guide|
|Certificate Download Guide||00:00:00|