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What is SU-JOK Therapy?

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What is SU-JOK Therapy?

Author: İlknur Naya Çimen

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Acupressure treatment is a method used for 6000 years. Acupressure treatments treat the mind and body together. It is a method similar to acupuncture in alternative treatments. It is based on the concept of life energy (CHI / QI).
In treatment, blockages in life energy are opened by applying physical pressure, where reflections of organs are used. It is made manually or by using certain apparatus. Acupressure points have diagnostic and therapeutic potential.

It provides health by balancing the positive or negative flow in life energy (Chi or Prana). It also has pain-reducing and analgesic effects. For example; In people who cannot take anesthesia who cannot use drugs, drug effects can be provided for their external treatment. Briefly; a homeostasis is created in the body.

SU-JOK therapy has taken its place among other Acupressure methods.

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Professor Park Jae Woo is the intellectual father of Su-Jok Therapy. Reflecting on the difficult application of acupuncture, he found the correspondence system in the hands and feet. In Korean language; Su- '' Hand '' Jok means '' foot ''. In pain and diseases, the correspondence system is stimulated over the hands and feet, and energy flow is provided to organs and tissues.

ADVANTAGES OF SU-JOK THERAPY:

Everyone can learn easily, act quickly, and see the result. It does not have a side effect, as you will not get a result if you misapply. When combined with methods such as exercise, yoga, functional nutrition; it cures permanently and becomes a holistic treatment approach. Since the method can be learned by matching with the body, it is easy to remember and apply.

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The body and the correspondence system act in coordination, in a disease, the sick organ or parts of the body send a signal to the correspondence system, and at some point there are pain balls, from which normalization signals are sent to the sick part of the body.

In fact, when we walk, run, do something with our feet or hands, all these movements send normalization signals with the exercise. Warning centers are stimulated and well-being occurs.

What is SU-JOK Therapy? | FeelHeal.me Blog

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