Blogs about Animal Acupressure

Amazing Animal Acupressure Points #5 - Ki 27

By: Amy Snow and Nancy Zidonis, Tallgrass Animal Acupressure Institute (http://www.animalacupressure.com/) Kidney 27, Shu-Fu, Shu Mansion / Conveyi...

Acupressure Points for Retained Placenta

By: Tallgrass Animal Acupressure (http://www.animalacupressure.com) The birth of a foal is an amazing event. If all goes well, the mare proceeds th...

Acupressure Can Balance A Horses' Fear Level

As a prey animal, fear is a successful survival strategy. A horse with no fear is a dangerous animal both to himself and you. And, too much fear ca...

Amazing Animal Acupressure Points #2 - LI 4

Large Intestine 4 (LI 4) is the second super-power acupoint in the Amazing Acupressure Point series. Like Stomach 36, the first acupoint in this se...

Canine Incontinence

Kidney Source /Jing chi decreases as your dog ages until there's not enough to sustain life. As this aging process occurs there's a general slowin...

Feline Kidney Disorders

The difficulty with feline kidney disorder is, when it becomes clinically recognizable and/or a blood test shows evidence of kidney dysfunction, we...

Bl 40 Amazing Acupressure Point

Bladder 40 (Bl 40) is a commonly used acupoint in many complementary bodywork therapies including acupressure, acupuncture, ayurvedic medicine, Tha...

Vagus Nerve, Emotions & Mindful Practice

Posted by: Tracy A. Andrews, MSOM, Lac - Re-posted by Tallgrass Animal Acupressure Institute Vagus Nerve. Last week, during a two-day deep cleaning...

Amazing Acupressure Point #10: Gall Bladder 34

Posted in: Canine Acupressure, Equine Acupressure, Holistic Horse Health, TCM & General | February 21, 2016 | Gall Bladder 34 (GB 34) is an ama...

Spring Training and Canine Acupressure

By: Nancy Zidonis and Amy Snow. Glorious spring is here with all its exuberant energy. Trees are leafing out. Grass is turning green. And, everyone...