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Rejuvanessence – The Non Surgical Facelift

REJUVANESSENCE
THE NONE SURGICAL FACE-LIFT

I have been practising Rejuvanessence now for over 10 years and it never ceases to amaze me the difference such a gentle technique can make to the contours of the face, reducing wrinkles, toning muscles and lifting the whole face. The treatment lasts for approximately one hour, more during certain sessions and, half way through, I sit the client up to look at the half of the face that has been treated so they can compare it with the other side of the face. They are as amazed as I am how quickly the treatment works.

How does it work? Well, as you will be aware, years of certain expressions, whether happy or sad, have a way of setting our skin into the lines those expressions cause. We are unaware of these expressions, as they are sometimes habitual, sometimes spontaneous, but they have the same effect of giving us lines and wrinkles which, in later years, become deeper and deeper. Raised eyebrows and furrowed brows give us lined foreheads etc. etc. Daily stress levels are also very bad for our state of mind and, therefore, our expressions.

Rejuvanessence helps to release the tension in the face, freeing the muscles and the connective tissue to improve skin texture and muscle tone, leaving a relaxed, joyful expression. Lines, bags, sags and wrinkles diminish and the face becomes more flexible, responsive and youthful looking. It is also good for circulation and lymph drainage.

Besides helping you physically, Rejuvanessence is also the most relaxing treatment I have ever experienced, a sentiment echoed by many people I have treated. Quite a few of them have been snoring before their half-time inspection. Releasing the tensions of the face seems to have a profound knock-on effect to the whole of the body, with a lot of the general aches and pains in neck and shoulders being alleviated, as well.

I trained in Chelsea, with Margareta Loughran who runs her Rejuvanessence Clinic there in London. She still trains therapists and her contact details are as follows:- Telephone: 0207 6271739 - Website: www.rejuvanessencetraining.com - E-mail: ml@rejuvanessencetraining.com. and the address to write to is 11A Lurline Gardens, London, SW11 4DB.

About the author: Anne Paton has been a Mobile Remedial Massage Therapist for 15 years now, adding therapies such as Rejuvanessence, Hopi Ear Candles, Indian Head Massage and On-site Massage along the way and promoting healthy eating and exercise to all her clients to provide a more holistic approach to treatment. She operates in and around the Milton Keynes area. If you want to know anything else about Rejuvanessence you can contact her on 07799 786708 or at anne.paton1@btinternet.com.

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