Toms River Campus – Friday, September 13, 2024 • 8:30am-5:30pm
W. New York Campus – TBD
Presented by Wolfgang Luckmann, LMT, AP, Dip. Hom., Holistic Reflexologist
DID YOU KNOW?
“There are so many other forms of communication that can be and should be used. Not fast pictures and fast melodies, but touch, dance and feel.” – Peter Seeger
Japanese Facial Massage is a unique method that focuses on a blend of the aesthetic and physiological.
The focus is on:
Increasing the flow of oxygen, lymphatic drainage and blood to the facial area, neck and shoulders
Increased Muscle Tone including the Fascia
improved skin conditions ( color , appearance, texture )
Treating Skin Pathologies that produce unnecessary reddening, abrasions, itching, thickening of the skin
Reducing surface dimpling of cellulite . Alters shape and appearance of cellulite under the skin
Emotional and physical detoxification by treating anxiety, worry, anger, fear that can lead to premature aging
Better mental alertness, focus and relaxation for the client
Emotional cleansing , reducing fatigue
Decreasing high Blood Pressure
Preventive maintenance to rejuvenate the mind, body and spirit
Ear-Acupressure Points for deep healing
Trigger point elimination and physical pain reduction and elimination in the shoulders , neck and head.
Traditionally , through the use of Acupressure , Gua Sha tools and special manipulative massage strokes, the treatment goes beyond Swedish massage and concentrates on opening up the acupuncture meridians that energize the face, head and shoulders to achieve a balancing and grounding effect.
Additional physiological relief is obtained for all types of headaches , TMJ DYSFUNCTIONS , sinusitis and emotional balancing.
This is a hands-on course where the student learns to incorporate theory with working with Qi using penetration techniques, field awareness and intention. The practitioner goes beyond the superficial beauty of the client by bringing out the RADIANCE OF INNER HEALTH.
IN THIS COURSE YOU WILL LEARN :
THE CAUSES OF SKIN DISEASES AND AGING ACCORDING TO THE CHINESE MEDICINE MODEL .
12 SOFT-TISSUE STROKES FOR REJUVENATION AND PREVENTION OF AGING.
THE FUNCTION OF ACUPRESSURE POINTS , THEIR LOCATION AND EVALUATION ON THE EARS , FACE, HEAD AND NECK.
SPECIAL USES OF GUA SHA TOOLS AND ESSENTIAL OILS FOR THE FACE AND CONSTITUTION WITH SPECIAL APPLICATION TECHNIIQUES TO THE EARS.
FACIAL SKIN-LIFT AND SKIN REJUVENATION QIGONG EXERCISES
Japanese Facial massage requires no special equipment. It has no side effects and can be incorporated with any moisturizing and cleansing treatment