The art of Tsuboki Japanese Face Massage is to holistically stimulate complete health and beauty.
Tsuboki is an amazing mix of feeling deeply relaxed yet energised at the same time. Switch off and be “blessed out” for the duration of the session, to come round to feeling relaxed and clear headed with;
A NATURAL FACE LIFT
Tsuboki is a face massage with hidden depth. It works on both the physical and emotional bodies. It can improve the appearance of the face and balance the health of the whole body by gently tapping and massaging the “tsubos” (acupressure points) on the face.
When there is an imbalance of energy (ki or chi) it appears in the face, so if the energy around your body is more balanced, the face naturally becomes more radiant.
Stimulating the tsubos activates the facial nerves thus increasing the flow of ki (energy) and blood to the face – which may produce a NATURAL FACE LIFT! A Truly Wonderful Experience
There are four stages to this wonderful therapy:
Stage 1 - A deep neck massage helping to melt away tension helping to increase circulation to the face.
Stage 2 - A deeply relaxing face massage, here by working with both deep and superficial face muscles this massage helps to relax and tones the muscles improving the condition and appearance of the skin.
Stage 3 - The Meridians! here we gently massage and tap the 'tsubo' points on the face which run along the meridians, tapping these gently balances the whole health of the body, physically, mentally and emotionally as each meridian is linked to specific organs and there physical and emotional meanings. Gently tapping the tsubo's can also help to reduce wrinkles.
Stage 4 - A lymphatic drainage massage which encourages elimination of metabolic waste.
Tsubo - These are the acupressure points found along the meridians. At these points energy can be the most influenced.
Ki - this is the energy that runs through our meridians.
Meridians - Energetic pathways which flow through the body. There are twelve major meridians that run on each side of the body.
Tsuboki cannot be practiced on pregnant ladies or if you have epilepsy due to the nature of the treatment.
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