Ancient Secrets of Facial Rejuvenation: A Holistic, Nonsurgical Approach to Youth and Well-Being

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New World Library, Oct 21, 2010 - Health & Fitness - 192 pages
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This natural skin-care program is designed around the principle that the face reveals what the body feels and what the body suffers. It incorporates whole-body healing to prevent and counteract signs of aging without surgery or harsh chemicals — and at no cost. Derived from massage, aromatherapy, acupressure, and traditional Chinese healing arts, these gentle techinques produce a more youthful face and lead to better physical health for the entire body. The book describes the skin?s function as one of the body?s major organs and shows how to use touch and massage on the pressure points in the face to improve the appearance of the skin and the health of the other organs. These simple techniques, some used in conjunction with essential oils, take just minutes to do and are easy to include in regular morning routines like putting on makeup or applying moisturizer. Breathing exercises, rountines for specific problems, and affirmations to rid the body and mind of toxins round out the book.
 

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Victoria J. Mogilner, a certified acupuncturist, has maintained a private practice of acupuncture, acupressure, herbal medicine, massage therapy, and counseling for more than 20 years. She received clinical training in Tibetan medicine under the direct tutelage of the Dalai Lama's personal physician, Dr. Dolma and studied at the Gestalt Institute for three years. Victoria regularly offers facial rejuvenations and health-oriented workshops.

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