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Acupressure Facelift – This treatment is performed by applying pressure with the fingertips into key areas of the face and neck. This helps to stimulate blood flow and collagen production, while also balancing the whole body. This results in firmer face muscles supporting the skin layer above in order to produce tighter facial tone and a more youthful appearance.
Studies focused on this particular technique have shown significant and lasting benefit. In one particular study of 300 cases 90% of those treated had marked beneficial results with only one course of treatment.
Fine lines may be entirely eliminated and deeper wrinkles diminished. Bags under the eyes can be reduced, puffiness eliminated, droopy eyelids lifted and double chins minimised. Other likely results include: moisturising of the skin with increased local circulation of blood and lymph to the face, increased collagen production, muscle tone, tightening of the pores, brightening of the eyes, improvement of hormonal balance that can help treat acne and reduction of stress which can often be evident in the face.
A course of treatment generally consists of 12 treatments administered once weekly. A course of treatment holds its benefits for 2 to 5 years. However, regular “top-up” treatments can be useful to extend effects and one-off treatments are often used by clients to achieve that bright, healthy glow for special occasions.
Acupressure Facelift is a gentle non-invasive approach to looking younger. Although ageing is a natural process, this therapy helps delay the visible signs of ageing and prevent further damage in the future by means of simple, natural and effective techniques.
During the treatment, over ninety face and neck muscles are systematically worked. Acupressure points are activated, releasing deep-seated tension, freeing layers of muscle and connective tissue. The technique used ensures that circulation is improved and the tissues can glide smoothly over the deeper layers of muscle and bone.
Tension can very easily build up in our facial muscles without us realising it. Over a period of time, habitual thoughts and emotions can lock themselves into expressions on our faces – particularly around the eyes and mouth. This can be exacerbated by additional factors such as excessive exposure to the sun, pollution, alcohol, smoking, poor diet, lack of sleep, the effects of gravity and every day stresses and strains. Under such conditions muscles can actually “dry up” and contract, encouraging ageing and the formation of wrinkles as the face loses its muscle tone and elasticity and begins to sag.
The whole process has been described as a bit like ironing out the creases, making the skin feel smoother and softer and improving the complexion and skin tone.
Some common benefits you can expect from an Acupressure Treatment include:
So why not sign up today and see how quickly the positive effects of Acupressure can bring improvement to your life?
This lecture explains the title of the course, some of the many benefits of Acupressure Therapy and why students should take this course.
This lecture explains the Bonus Material that students can receive once they sign up to take this course.
This lecture explains all about Acupressure Therapy, where it was developed and some of its many benefits.
This lecture explains how to apply pressure to Acupressure Points and the different levels of pressure you can use at a point.
This lecture explains what Meridians are and how they were named.
This lecture explains the Role of the Meridians.
This lecture explains all about the Meridian Clock and the different times of day associated with each Meridian.
This lecture covers important Key Points you need to remember when working with Meridians.
This lecture highlights essential points that you need to remember before starting an Acupressure Treatment.
This lecture explains how to begin and end an Acupressure Treatment.
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After several years of intensive study in many different disciplines I found that the alternative therapy that was producing the fastest, most profound and long lasting results among my clients was Kinesiology so I decided to specialise. The particular branch of Kinesiology I work in is known as Neuroenergetic Kinesiology or NEK.
The majority of my training in this discipline was completed in Northern Ireland with Ms. Orla Brady, Roslea and further training then in Steyr, Austria with Hugo Tobar Founder of NEK. At present the Neuroenergetic Kinesiology Institute has 6 International colleges around the world with colleges in Australia, Austria, Belgium, The Netherlands the United States and Ireland. In September 2010 I took over the role of Principal of The Irish College of Neuroenergetic Kinesiology and continued in this role until 2015.
Having served as Secretary of The Kinesiology Association of Ireland for almost 2 years I was delighted when on March 7th 2015 I was voted in as the new Chairperson.
A past student of the Institute of Health Sciences, I gained expertise in many different subjects such as Chemistry, Biochemistry & Nutrition, Biology, Anatomy & Physiology, Pathophysiology and Pharmacology to name but a few. This experience alongside my passion for Kinesiology, Acupressure, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Nutrition has led me on to write a number of different courses on Acupressure and Nutrition for Health and Well-being. In August 2015 I also gained international recognition for these courses with IICT, The International Institute for Complementary Therapists.