The chocotherapy is a new technique that leverages the antioxidant and restorative properties of the cocoa.
Recent studies have shown that the chocolate had substances that enhance the mood with antidepressant properties, triggering a chemical substance which produces pleasure in the brain: the Serotonin.
The chocolate had also antioxidants, which are very important to fight the aging and essential amino acids which exerted on the skin an immediate tightening effect.
The chocotherapy is very useful especially in cold months, as the chocolate is applied temperate (Warm), which favours its penetration; the texture of the skin will be smooth, soft and hydrated.
The chocotherapy treatment is actually composed by four treatments in one, which will be shown step by step in the following video.
This lesson is the first of three lessons dedicated to covering the back massage.
This lesson is the second of three lessons dedicated to covering the back massage.
This lesson is the third and last lesson dedicated to covering the back massage.
In this lecture and the next one, legs massage in prone position is covered – that is, lying face up.
This lecture concludes the legs massage in prone position.
Legs massage in supine position – face down – is covered in detail in this lesson.
This lesson will teach you to perform an abdominal massage to prepare your client for the chocotherapy treatment.
In this lesson you will learn to apply cocoa serum on the face and perform a facial massage. This is the first of three videos.
This is the second lecture about facial massage and cocoa serum application.
This lecture is the third and last about facial massage with cocoa serum.
In this lecture and the next two you will learn to build a wrapping in self-heating pure cocoa.
This lecture is the second of three lectures about wrapping our client in a chocolate emulsion.
This is the third and last lecture about wrapping in cocoa.
I have been a masseur trainer at European Spa Training School – Euespa – since 1999, being at the time the youngest school director in Spain, and I have a wide and international experience on massage and spa techniques training.
I have been collaborating for the last nine years with Toni Bové, physiotherapist at Football Club Barcelona, designing together a functional bandaging course for Natura Masajes.
I obtained my massage teaching title at the Manual Massage School in Barcelona, with Dr. Sagrera, known for introducing the technical massage into Spain.
With the experience of more than 1000 students' trained, I have also long been a consultant for several cosmetics brands, such as Duaner Laboratories.