What is Psycho-Bio-Acupressure?
Jun 30, 2018 08:36AM
A psycho-bio-acupressure session involves two steps. First, the practitioner will rebalance the patient’s energy by stimulating acupressure points in the form of circuits. Stimulation of these points will allow the release of endorphins in the brain. The patient will then be relaxed, and the practitioner can begin the second part of the session, working on the emotional blockages.
It is important to understand that emotional blockages are conditions that occur without our knowledge and that prevent us from fully expressing our true nature. They appear most often during early childhood, when the brain is not capable of putting events into perspective, or in adulthood, following an emotional trauma. For example, a person whose abilities were challenged regularly as a child may lack self-confidence in adulthood. This lack of confidence will have been acquired during childhood and is not part of the person’s true nature but will prevent this person from thriving.
With this method, there is no need to look for the causes of emotional blockages and revisit painful events in the process. This can be a plus for people who want to put their past behind them, or for teenagers, who can be quite shy. There is no need to disclose anything to the practitioner through direct dialogue. PBA is recommended for adults, children and babies, and there are no age limits. To learn more about the technique, visit Delatte-American-Institut-Pba.us/pba/.
To learn more about becoming a practitioner or to book a session with a local practitioner, email Manon Billette at [email protected]