MASSAGE: FACE, HAND OR FOOT
of these innovative therapies are based on acupressure massage,
and have been developed by Anne, drawing on her many years
of experience. Both work on the principle of massaging a part
of the body to affect the whole.
developed this routine myself, and now teach it around the
country to students. (If you are a qualified massage therapist
and are interested in offering this fabulous therapy to your
clients, see workshops page)
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!!
The stimulation of acupressure points and meridians will help
to balance the whole body.
detailed face massage
For the massage I use camellia oil, a light and easily absorbed
medium that has been used in traditional Japanese Face Massage
Clients report feeling incredibly relaxed during the massage,
but very soon afterwards, energised and revitalised.
begins in the feet” - old Japanese proverb.
the feet are the foundation of our whole body, so keeping
them supple and healthy has far reaching effects. Foot massage
works on many levels:
According to principles of reflexology, the whole of the
body is mapped out on the soles of the feet
According to the principles of acupressure, by pressing
the points and meridians on the feet, we can influence energy
along the whole meridian
massage makes us feel special and feels good!
back in a supremely comfortable Lafuma chair, and let yourself
A treatment consists of massage with and without oil, with
the hands and with a ridoki (roller).
Tsuboki® Japanese Face or Foot Massage- 45 minutes
Our hands work for us constantly, and they too can show our age. Drift away as
your hands and forearms are kneaded and stroked. All tensions are soothed away
leaving your hands feeling soft, supple and relaxed.