Facial rejuvenation is a natural psychotherapeutic facial technique that can help both women and men experience deep relaxation, as it works mostly on the unconscious level.
Through finger pressure on the muscles of the face, we release the tension affecting the meridians (nadis) and we bring solutions to problems like insomnia, headaches, migraines, deep anxieties, breathing difficulty, skin problems like acne, hair loss, and all the nuances connected with mental and emotional discomfort. When there is pain in the body it often manifests on our faces. Facial rejuvenation can release such things like frown marks and indentations of distress, and give the face a natural lift and a healthy glow. The results are visible from the first session.
The pressure that is applied on the muscles helps move the collagen and the elastin, freeing the blood circulation and softening the wrinkles.
Facial rejuvenation is acupuncture without needles and a facelift without a surgeon. The treatment is completed in 6 sessions; each session is different and works on different parts of the face. There is no use of any cream or oil; it is simply the movement of the prana.
The practice can be applied to women and men over 18 years of age. The treatment can be done once or twice a year, it is recommended once a week as maintenance. If suffering from diabetes please seek your doctor’s advice on whether this treatment is good for you. It is not suitable for pregnant women.
According to Michel Lobrot (founder of the NDI System), the question that psychotherapy poses is how to delete the negative feelings that are deeply associated with our anxiety and depression. Because we cannot surgically remove them, we must figure out how to transform them. And this is the basic theory behind what is called “experientelle”, experiential therapy.
Taking into consideration this theory, the emotions that are present in the moment of the experience alter the experience itself. If we want to transform these negative emotions and give them a different meaning from their initial, we need to revaluate them.
This can happen if we replace the relationship between the situations that create these negative emotions with ones that are of a more constructive value, like pleasure, satisfaction and self-reassurance.
According to Michel Lobrot the installation of this relationship is the basic procedure behind this type of therapy.