The Union Valley pressure point is in the web between the thumb and index finger, reports Modern Reflexology. The Moving Between point sits in the valley between the big and second toe. The Inner Gate pressure point is about three-fingers width from the wrist, according to Sinus Pressure Points.
Applying pressure to the Union Valley helps with back pain, frontal headaches, toothaches and releasing tension from the head and neck, reports Modern Reflexology. Applying pressure to the Moving Between pressure helps with headaches, tired eyes, arthritis and foot cramps. Pressure to the Inner Gate helps with increasing circulation to the sinuses, thus easing breathing difficulties, explains Sinus Pressure Points.