Vital Face – Facial Exercises and Massage for Health and Beauty
Natural Facelift and Line Smoothing, Relieve Jaw Tension and ...
- ISBN: 9781848191662
- 2013, 192 pages
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Leena Kiviluoma offers a fully-illustrated guide to stretching and massage techniques to relax the facial, neck and shoulder muscles.
The exercises address health issues such as teeth clenching and grinding, pain in the face, jaw, head or neck, and can improve the effects of Bell’s Palsy. They also help reduce facial lines and leave the skin healthy and glowing.
This is a unique, revolutionary and totally natural self-care programme developed to treat muscle based health problems and reduce the signs of ageing.
The fully-illustrated handbook guides you through stretching and massage techniques to relax the facial, neck and shoulder muscles, with particular emphasis on the jaw, where tension is often held.
The exercises address health issues such as teeth clenching and grinding, pain in the face, jaw, head or neck, and can even improve the effects of Bell’s Palsy. They also achieve positive cosmetic results such as reduced facial lines and healthy glowing skin.
The strengthening exercises will help to lift the facial features and prevent facial sagging.
The impact of each exercise is clearly explained so you can concentrate on techniques to target your individual situation, needs and goals.
This supportive guide will help anyone who wants to improve the wellbeing and appearance of the face and neck, and will also be of particular interest to those working in the fields of health and beauty.
The book is easy to follow and well illustrated making it easy to understand. The book explains the science behind the technique and as well as the promise of a youthful face it also explains things like the link between tight jaw muscles and headaches, and covers neck pain, posture and treatments for teeth clenching and grinding. It is a fascinating book and covers everything from the anatomy of the face and theories of anti-ageing, to how to take care of the muscles of the face and neck, correct posture and supportive self-treatments.
— Wellbeing Magazine, UK