Sat, 23 Sept|
Facial Gua Sha and Restorative Relaxation
Join Yeun for this nourishing practice which is based on traditional Chinese self-care techniques. Prepare to be entirely immersed into a deep relaxation, replenish your glow and embrace your natural beauty.
Time & Location
23 Sept, 10:00 – 12:00
Arch Barn, Harewood Holistics
About the event
Prepare to be entirely immersed into deep relaxation, restore inner balance and replenish your natural glow using a blend of traditional Chinese self-care techniques.
This nourishing practice will begin with mindful Qi Gong inspired movements and body tapping to release tension and boost the body’s Qi energy. Yeun will then guide you through a soothing facial massage routine to release toxins and stimulate facial muscles. This is followed by Facial Gua Sha and acupressure techniques using crystal healing tools. Which when applied will help to neutralise negative energy, reduce stress and aid with rejuvenating your skin.
We will close with a restorative meditation. Giving you time to absorb your practice and be fully immersed in a blissful balanced state.
What is Facial Gua Sha and acupressure?
Facial Gua Sha is the self care practice of Traditional Chinese Medicine. It is a therapeutic massage that often uses unique crystal healing tools and acupressure techniques to nourish and heal your mind, body and wellbeing. This ancient practice has recently become known in the West for its additional natural beauty benefits.
- Crystal energy healing
- Acupressure points for inner harmony and clarity
- Facial massage to stimulate lymphatic drainage and awakening the skin
- Facial Gua Sha for wellbeing and natural beauty
- Qi Gong inspired movements nourish the mind
- Body tapping to relax tensions and activate Qi energy
- Restorative Relaxation using breath work and guided meditation
- Products provided Crystal Gua Sha tool, cleanser, facial mist, natural facial oil or balm (you are also welcomed to bring your own).
Prior to workshop:
- Please come with a doubled cleansed face and décolletage
- Bring a hairband or hair tie to keep hair off face
- Wear comfortable clothing with access to the chest area
Contraindications for Facial Gua Sha requiring medical permission:
Fresh Botox/dermal fillers (avoid until after 4 weeks)
- Medical oedema
- Recent diabetes
- Undiagnosed pain
- Prescribed medication
- Nervous/ psychotic condition
- Facial operations affecting the area
- Unsuitable during first trimester of pregnancy
Yin Flow into Glow£30.00