Massage Daily Practice
June 13, 2016
ear massage
Ear Massage
June 13, 2016

Nose Massage

nose massage
  • 4.26 massage the bridge

    Massage the Bridge of your Nose 26

    Bridge

    For the bridge, use your thumb and index finger and massage the bridge of your nose by repeatedly pinching it. As you do this, inhale slowly and imagine you are breathing in clean air; exhale slowly and imagine you are exhaling dirty air. Do this nine to thirty-six times. (Fig. 4.26) This is effective for blocked sinuses.

  • 4.27 massage the mid-nose

    Massage the Mid-Nose 27

    Mid-Nose

    For the mid-nose, place your thumb and third finger or either side of your nose, right on the bone which runs perpendicular to the nose. Place your index finger on the bridge. Inhale and press in gently. Exhale and relax. (Fig. 4.27) Feel and absorb the heat from your fingers into the nose. This can increase your concentration and calm your mind.

     

  • 4.28 massage sides of nose

    Massage the Sides of the Nose 28

    Sides of the Nose

    On the sides of the nose, use your index fingers, massage slowly and gradually- increase up and down the sides of your nose nine to thirty-six times. (Fig. 4.28) This also helps blocked sinuses and stuffy noses. Do not do it too hard in the beginning because the sensitive tissues there are very tender and easily infected. Rub the sides of your nose up and down until you feel warm; this will help you in the cold winter and every morning when you get up.

  • 4.29 lower nose massage

    Massage of Lower Nose 29

    Massage of Lower Nose

    On the lower nose, massage slowly and gradually increase the pressure when you are sure you will not hurt yourself. Massage vigorously back and forth, using an index finger at a right angle to the nose immediately under it. (Fig. 4-29) This helps blocked si­nuses and stuffy, runny noses.

  • 4.25 widen the nostrils

    Widen the nostrils 25

    Nostrils

    Widen the nostrils. (Fig. 4.25) Using the thumb and index finger stick them into the nostrils and move them to the left and the right and up and down for ten to twenty times. This will widen the pas­sage of air into the lungs. This can help your sinus problems and correct the smelling sense.

1.Bring Chi energy to the hands

Repeat the procedure for bringing energy to your hands, contract­ing the front part of the anus.

2.Nostrils

Widen the nostrils. (Fig. 4.25) Using the thumb and index finger stick them into the nostrils and move them to the left and the right and up and down for ten to twenty times. This will widen the pas­sage of air into the lungs. This can help your sinus problems and correct the smelling sense.

3.Bridge

For the bridge, use your thumb and index finger and massage the bridge of your nose by repeatedly pinching it. As you do this, inhale slowly and imagine you are breathing in clean air; exhale slowly and imagine you are exhaling dirty air. Do this nine to thirty-six times. (Fig. 4.26) This is effective for blocked sinuses.

4.Mid-Nose

For the mid-nose, place your thumb and third finger or either side of your nose, right on the bone which runs perpendicular to the nose. Place your index finger on the bridge. Inhale and press in gently. Exhale and relax. (Fig. 4.27) Feel and absorb the heat from your fingers into the nose. This can increase your concentration and calm your mind.

5.Sides of the Nose

On the sides of the nose, use your index fingers, massage slowly and gradually- increase up and down the sides of your nose nine to thirty-six times. (Fig. 4.28) This also helps blocked sinuses and stuffy noses. Do not do it too hard in the beginning because the sensitive tissues there are very tender and easily infected. Rub the sides of your nose up and down until you feel warm; this will help you in the cold winter and every morning when you get up.

6.Lower Nose

On the lower nose, massage slowly and gradually increase the pressure when you are sure you will not hurt yourself. Massage vigorously back and forth, using an index finger at a right angle to the nose immediately under it. (Fig. 4-29) This helps blocked si­nuses and stuffy, runny noses.

 

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