For centuries Chinese healers have used Acupuncture points to treat quite a lot of physical and mental disorders. These points, which can be thought to be being key locations in the body’s energy pathways, are said to be connected to the body’s internal organs and when stimulated can cure bodily disorders. A few of these Acupuncture points are also used to produce a calming effect, and others to give a boost to mental acuity. So stimulating Acupuncture points is intended to go back the body and mind to a healthy, balanced state. In a similar way, Aikido assumes that attackers are temporarily out of balance. Aikido practitioners blend with the attacking energy, and attempt to go back it to a balanced state. Thus both Aikido and Acupuncture are in accordance with the same idea of restoring harmony and balance to states of physical or mental disorder. This book explores the idea of combining the two practices. In it the writer examines a range of Aikido techniques and exercises that may be easily adapted to allow the stimulation of certain Acupuncture points for the purpose of promoting or restoring body, mind and spirit harmony, or to give a boost to the efficacy of techniques.