‘Spinal Stroke’ is by far one of the most loved and well used Colourpuncture treatments. But have you discovered all of its gifts yet? Here we touch upon the basics of how we can do the Spinal Stroke (Release of Spine and Pelvis) for our patients or family members, with a focus on ‘standing on our own two feet’ – in addition to all its indications (spine tension and spasms; lower pelvis problems such as cystitis; increase of energy). Spinal Stroke can also be done on yourself as a Reflex Zone (more on this later).

Start with Red and Green; then you can move to Crimson and Light Green; then to Crimson and Light Green Colourpuncture Crystal Sphere. Soul Spirit colours will touch upon higher masculine and higher feminine principles within our Being and tap into Prenatal space.



  • Spinal Stroke + ‘Fear treatment’ (good old Ki/Bl ‘prep’ on the face): great for addictions, fears, phobias and obscure uneasiness
  • Spinal Stroke + Ki/Bl FC ‘ear and teeth’: for all Kidney and Bladder complains or/and Fear
  • Spinal Stroke + Sun Rhythms: to tap into your hidden potential, improve the energy and help the Heart, the Spirit (can also add Activator Crystal on the Ren 12/Solar Plexus area)
  • Spinal Stroke + Ki/Bl Reflex zone on the skull + ear points: for cystitis (Neutral Air principle)
  • Spinal Stroke + Kidney and Bladder ear points + Fear Zones + Ki 1: for energy, realignment, centering, grounding; to ease the fear and anxiety; to support related meridians and physical organs; to support the Heart through the Ki/Bl.


In some earlier Colourpuncture manuals the spine in stroked from the C7 to L5/S1. Both are fine but the current version is: we do C1 to L5/S1 and back. Also in some earlier Colorpuncture manuals we would start at L5/S1, now we start at the C1. If you use earlier Colorpuncture manuals and it works for you, keep doing what works or try the newer version – there will be no mistake. 


Diagnostic value of Spinal Stroke

We notice what they say, or if they move. But we are also looking for what the body says – noticing any reactions on the skin or muscle contractions as we are slowly stroking within a particular area. We look at any traces on the skin after we finished – such as some little redness or ’emptiness’. We can follow up next time – or as a homework – with related vertebra info barrier or/and back segments depending on the overall picture.   

Negative reaction is a clue (do move to the next step if there is a negative reaction and attempt again next time); positive reaction is a call for repetition of the treatment as is or with variations. 


This is a fragment from our May 2023 Cafe Self Colourpuncture Q&A – thank you for your great questions, discussion and creativity! Any questions, please do get in touch using the form below, I’m happy to help.



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