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Facial reflexology is a therapeutic practice that involves applying gentle pressure to specific points on the face to promote relaxation, improve circulation, and stimulate healing throughout the body. It is based on the idea that the face contains reflex points that correspond to various organs, systems, and body parts.

Similar to foot reflexology, facial reflexology is believed to work on the principle that the body is interconnected, and by stimulating specific points on the face, you can positively influence the corresponding areas of the body.

During a facial reflexology session, I will use my hands and fingers to apply gentle pressure, massage, and manipulate specific points and zones on your face. These points are often located on the forehead, cheeks, nose, chin, and around the eyes and ears.

The pressure applied in facial reflexology is usually light and soothing, creating a relaxing and enjoyable experience. The therapist may use various techniques such as stroking, pressing, or circular motions to stimulate the reflex points. The aim is to release tension, improve blood and energy flow, and encourage the body's natural healing processes.

Facial reflexology is believed to offer several benefits. It can help reduce stress, improve facial muscle tone, enhance skin health and appearance, relieve sinus congestion, promote relaxation, and support overall well-being. Some people also find it beneficial for relieving headaches, improving sleep, and reducing the signs of facial tension or fatigue.

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During Facial Reflexology I will use Gua Sha Crystals to massage your face. Gua sha tools are traditional Chinese massage tools used in gua sha therapy, a practice that involves scraping the skin to stimulate circulation, release muscle tension, and promote healing. My Gua sha tools are made of jade & rose quartz.

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