Myofascial Face Massage, Face and Neck Meridians, Practical Applications
Have you ever heard of kobido massage?
It is an ancient Japanese technique dating back to the Edo period and is a myofascial facial massage. This traditional type of massage is designed to help stimulate blood circulation and lymphatic drainage while providing a sense of relaxation and rejuvenation. It is applied to the face, neck, décolleté, and head. The massage is performed by working along the meridians of the face and neck, using various massage techniques such as tapping, kneading, and stretching. The massage is performed by working along the meridians of the face and neck, using various massage techniques such as tapping, kneading and stretching. It also incorporates traditional Ayurvedic techniques such as acupuncture and Marma point therapy.
All courses include theory and practice.
P.O.E.P has created educational material for its students in electronic form that is sent to all upon completion of education.
Also, during the educational seminars all students receive forms using the techniques they apply during the lesson.
Terms of participation
In order to attend training, you must pre-register by phone & up to 2 days before the start date of the course to pay the necessary deposit to make the reservation.