It fairly depends on the objective of your presentation. There are some philosophic similarities between acupressure and acupuncture, but near are differences as well. Acupressure is base on the philosophy that a tight or spasmed muscle cannot resist a greater pressure being placed on knob muscles or triggerpoints. Acupuncture is based on stimulating punch flow along the meridians. You could make the argument that relieving a tight muscle or trigger point could increase animation flow along the meridians, but it is not a direct correlation.
However, acupressure does work. If you have time, buy the book, "Acupressure's Potent Points: a Guide to Self-Care for Common Ailments" by Michael Reed Gach. It is an excellent illustrate manual on the topic and explains the underlying idea behind why it works.
Your theory sounds good unless you'd be of a mind to do it on yourself. A video clip would be great too.
make a jello mold and stick the acupunture pins contained by it so people could visualize how vast the pins go surrounded by , use a light color jello so you can see from the side or manufacture different colors showing the depth of the skin etc
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