TSUBOKI® Japanese Face Massage Course Level 1 & 2: Natural Face Lift
|22 April||Japanese Tsuboki Face 1||
||Japanese Tsuboki Face 2||
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What is TSUBOKI®?
This is a wonderfully relaxing yet energising treatment suitable for men or women who want to feel good on the inside and the outside. Based in part on the principles of acupressure, it is a modern take on meridian theory, which goes back thousands of years in Japan and China. Using anma and acupressure techniques, this massage affects the deep and superficial muscles of the face, reduces the development of wrinkles, improves the appearance of the skin, and encourages the elimination of metabolic waste products. A NATURAL FACELIFT!!
- TSUBO means acupressure point - this is a place along a meridian where the energy can be most influenced, affecting the body on many levels
- KI Means the energy that flows through the meridians
- TSUBOKI® therefore means massage using the Tsubos to influence the flow of Ki in the body
In short, it is a "full body" massage and "natural facelift" combined into a relaxing and restorative health-giving treatment.
The course covers the techniques, many of which can be incorporated into a full body massage, but Tsuboki® is also an excellent stand alone treatment, so you offer your clients a treatment that is a little different and very effective. The stimulation of acupressure points and meridians will help to balance the whole body.
On Level 1 you will learn:
- neck massage
- detailed face massage
- 50 acupressure points
- 8 meridians
- lymphatic drainage
For the massage camellia oil is used, this is a light and easily absorbed medium that has been used in traditional Japanese Face Massage for centuries. Clients report feeling incredibly relaxed during the massage, but very soon afterwards, energised and revitalised.
On Level 2 you will be have the opportunity to ask questions and learn:
- extra points on the scalp, and elsewhere on the body
- additional techniques, some of which build on techniques learned on Level 1
- use of "ridoki", steel rollers; techniques using these traditional tools that you can incorporate into your JFM . Clients love these!
The courses include a practical and short written assessment and on successful completion you will receive certificates of competence.
Who teaches this course?
This workshop is taught by the originator of this style of massage in the UK, Anne Parry. For further information about Anne Parry please go to http://www.stressolutions.co.uk/facials.htm
You must be a qualified massage therapist.