Face Reflexology

Instructor: Sofia Ianovskaia, CAWC, CMT, CR

12 Hours   $235 + $15 for Hand Out

 

• WHAT’S IN A FACE? LEARN PRINCIPLES OF FACE READING
 
• EMBRACE VARIOUS TYPES OF FACIAL MASSAGE TO STAY YOUNG, HEALTHY AND BEAUTIFUL
 
• DEVELOP DAILY SELF-CARE/CLIENTS’-CARE PROTOCOL USING SPECIAL TOOLS: FACIAL ROLLERS, KANSA FACE WAND, GEMSTONES AND A LOT MORE
 
Facial Reflexology class includes 12 hours of theory and practice of working on the face. It teaches four major methods of working on the face from Ayurveda and Reflexology perspective.
 
Students will learn how to read facial maps and develop daily facial self-care and clients-care routine to enhance their practice. Instruction on how to use special facial tools will be provided.
 
The class includes:
 
Face diagnosis and face reading
Discovering four (3) types of facial work:
1. Facial Marma (Ayurvedic)
2. Dien Chan – Multireflex (Vietnamese):
3. Su Jok (Korean)
 
Using five (5) major tools in your practice:
Facial Rollers
Face Kansa Wand
Gemstones
Comet/Detector
Gua Sha
 
The class includes lecture, Q&A, Demo and Practicum.
 
Prerequisite: Open to the public,massage therapists, cosmeticians and body workers

Required material:

No makeup at all

No products in the hair

Bring a comb

Bring ball pointed pen like this  http://gotohhi.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/Pen-for-Face-Reflexology.png

Highlighter

 Markers

 Pillow case or face cradle

Fitted sheet for massage table

Light Blanket

Prerequisite:  Open to the public,massage therapists, cosmeticians and body workers

Read what former students say about Face Reflexology!

 

Hands on Healing Institute is a private institute licensed to operate by the Bureau of Private Postsecondary Education for MT300, MT500 Massage Therapy Programs, and all continuing education courses.

Provider Approved by California Board of Registered Nursing.

Our approved Advanced Electives are accepted for city licensing and by the California Massage Therapy Council for State Certification.

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