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GUA SHA online
Gua Sha is a technique originated in China that uses a firm tool, often made from animal horns, stone, metal or plastic that applies undirectional stimulation to an area of the body to create temporary petichiae, also known as 'sha' that represents extravasation of blood in the subcutis. These techniques are used to release the superficial fascia thereby reducing pain and increasing range of motion. There have been many offshoots of gua sha over the past couple of decades, such as IASTM and Graston technique, the similarities and differences in these methods will be discussed in the course. Approved for 5 CE NCBTMB
Brighten your light facial GUA SHA challenge
The Brighten your Light facial Gua Sha self care challenge is here!
Join us as we gather together to lighten our heads... brighten the face.
During this five day challenge we will practice our facial gua sha techniques together, cheer each other on and at the same time learn how to master the gua sha tools on our faces.
GUA SHA for the face and head
When using gua sha on the face, it tones the facial muscles, improves blood circulation and gives a warm and rosy glow. Gua sha helps to move the lymph and it supports collagen production, creating lift and elasticity in the skin. Gua Sha is also a great treatment to uses on the head and scalp for headaches, mental confusion, brain fog and hair re-growth. In this course you will learn a cosmetic gua sha routine, have access to our facial gua sha five day challenge as well as the bonus training "20 important acupoints of the head, face, and neck".
GUA SHA Online Full Body, Head, Neck and Face
GUA SHA full body, head, face and neck is a special offering that combines all of the features from our GUA SHA head, face and neck class with our full body online training in gua sha. Gua sha is a technique originated in China that uses a firm tool, often made from animal horns, stone, metal or plastic. Gua sha is most commonly used on old injuries to release trapped congestion in the tissues but when applied gently to the face it improves lymphatic flow and blood circulation.