International School of Multireflexology - Dien Chan

To properly stimulate a bqc·points

The Detector nº101 is the ultimate tool for rigorously soliciting Dien Chan points.
Its stem diameter is designed so that the acupressure exerted produces precise stimulation of the point without damaging the skin.
Make sure it is the point that is sensitive, not the pressure. To do it correctly, you should always have a finger pressing on the face.

Place the detector perpendicular to the surface of the area, holding it flexibly, and exert moderate pressure while slowly sliding towards the desired point.
During directed practices, you will learn to go "towards the point" and not "from the point" to ensure systematic location.

Through dialogue, constantly check your positioning by observing reactions. Once the bqc·point is found, stimulate it for about 30 seconds with constant pressure.
The pain caused should be bearable so that the patient can identify exactly which point is being worked on.

Beginners may prefer the Little hammer nº128 to start. Using its rubber tip, perform about fifty percussions on the bqc·point area that you want to revitalize.

Constantly check through dialogue
Points sheets

Chan❜: diagnosis and treatment at the same time

When you think you have located a receptive point, move the detector away and return to verify its need for stimulus. It is then the conscious or unconscious collaboration of the patient (words, grimaces, movements, reflexes...) that will confirm the correct location to you.

Dien Chan points sheets This is where the strength of Dien Chan lies. When we activate a bqc·point that happens to be sensitive, we not only stimulate self-regulation, but we also obtain important information about the person's state.
Facial diagnosis consists of testing bqc·points to verify if they need to be stimulated. We could compare the bqc·points to light indicators that light up when something is missing.
When the gas gauge light comes on, it means we're running low on fuel.

After applying a formula of bqc·points that seems effective, we must learn to break it down and decipher it.
This consists of consulting the sheets of each of the sensitive bqc·points selected to complete your care. You will then be able to make connections based on the information obtained.
The dialogue with your client will allow you to validate hypotheses and thus adapt your care more scrupulously.

This is how -in Dien Chan- we quickly restore balance by reaching the root of the problem.