OEBK - Austrian Professional Association for Kinesiology



Method & History

The Stress Indicator Point System was discovered by Australian, Ian Stubbings, in early 1992. Stubbings found that certain acupuncture points have a special meaning in their relationship to stress. He called these points stress indicator points. A stress indicator point indicates the type of cell and tissue that is stressed and enables rapid identification of the stress.

SIPS is based on knowledge of the body’s electrical system. Once a stress indicator point is identified, one tests a current strength point and a resistance point. These two points are then held by the user until a pulsation is felt – signalling that there is no more stress in the „triggered“ cell.

This method has been shown to produce particularly long-lasting and good results. The concept of SIPS makes it possible to work very deeply in a very gentle way.

SIPS is a stand-alone system. What is particularly valuable, however, is its compatibility with all other kinesiological systems. It can be seamlessly integrated into any other balancing method and thus often makes a decisive contribution to success.

SIPS now contains nine modules. SIPS specifically addresses different levels: the physical, the emotional, the mental, the spiritual, the etheric – practically all levels of our energy field.


Origin of the method

Contributions to SIPS