Gary Bennett of American Tejitsu Academy, Publishes New Acupressure eBook September 6, 2011
Derry, PA, September 26, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- "Martial Artist's Illustrated Guide to Acupressure" is a comprehensive look at the use of acupressure to help alleviate many general health and injury symptoms.
While acupressure is not intended to take the place of professional medical attention, many minor ailments and injuries can be helped tremendously through its application. The author is a certified Master of G-Jo Acupressure and has made use of the techniques taught here many times during his teaching at the American Tejitsu Academy.
Bennett tells of a specific case of emergency acupressure use, "There have been many instances where I have made use of acupressure while teaching, judging at tournaments and at seminars. I remember one instance in particular while attending a seminar in Ohio, that a young black belt student was knocked out by his instructor during the demonstration of a technique. Through the application of one of the acupressure points from my book, I was able to completely resuscitate him and get him back on the mat in less than one minute."
“Martial Artist's Illustrated Guide to Acupressure” takes a different approach to acupressure that most books of its kind. Instead of taking up a lot of space highlighting the flowery oriental names for each point, this book focuses on what specific physical complaint needs too be addressed and illustrated the points to help it.
In 1998 this training became mandatory for anyone seeking Master's grade in his system of Tejitsu. This is a fascinating and ancient healing art with many application and this 256 page has a wide variety of applications. “Martial Artist's Illustrated Guide to Acupressure” may be purchased through Paypal and downloaded directly from his website www.tejitsu.net/books.htm.