The Acupressure Way of Health: Jin Shin Do, by Iona M. Teeguarden
Japan Publications, Tokyo, New York, 1979
Iona's first book about Taoist Philosophy, Jin Shin Do¨ and the Strange Flows, including locations for the first 30 points.
The Joy of Feeling: Bodymind Acupressure , by Iona M. Teeguarden
Japan Publications, Tokyo, New York, 1987.
Since the publication of the first book, Ms. Teeguarden developed the "Emotional Kaleidoscope," a particularly effective depiction of the interaction of
emotions correlated with the five element theory of acupuncture taught in Advanced Jin Shin Do¨. This book describes these "Five Lands" of the
emotions and explores them through descriptions of actual therapeutic sessions with clients.
A Complete Guide to Acupressure, by Iona M. Teeguarden
Japan Publications, Tokyo, New York, Revised, 2002
This book was written with Senior JSD teachers. It outlines key theories such as Qi, meridians, segments, Strange Flows, and Five Elements. It also
includes several chapters on applications, including 60 release examples for common problems.
"Acupressure in the Classroom," by Iona M. Teeguarden.
East West Journal, August 1985
"Acupressure Therapy for Tension Headaches," by Dorothy Kroll
Alternative and Complementary Therapies, November 1995
Asthma: Breathe Again Naturally and Reclaim Your Life, by Mimi Weisbord
St. Martin's Press, New York, 1997.