Acupressure is a massage therapy technique based on the theories of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) that uses finger pressure to mobilize Chi—or life force energy—at specific spots on the body called acupressure points, which are also known as acupuncture points or acupoints. It’s supposed to activate your Chi and can reachand healany part of your body via energy meridians.

If you believe that’s hogwash, join the club! So why are climbers using these little Chinese acupressure rings on their fingers? Because one thing these rings have been proven to do is to increase blood flow. Nevermind that Chi because increasing blood flow is a sure-fire way to make sure soft tissue like tendons stay healthy & recovers faster.

And it feels great after a hard climbing session. It provokes a slightly tingly relaxed feeling & is a soothing relief after the pain of pulling on crimps & slopers. These little acupressure rings are very easy to use & dirt-cheap. Just put them on your fingers and roll them back & forth. It’s a simple gesture with lots of benefits.

And we’re making it even easier to get started using them. We’re including a free acupressure ring with every order from this website!