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Kobido Massage Training
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Kobido Massage – The ancient way of beauty “Japanese Lifting”

Hours: 12 hours (2 days, 2 models needed)
Tuition: $899

In a nutshell:Working only with the hands and with techniques of deep and precise massage, that work the facial muscles and tissues and a variety of superficial movements, the aging process stops due to the enormous circulatory stimulationwhile improving the oxygenation and nutrition of the skin cells that activate, illuminate and tone the face.

Kobido means “ancient way of beauty”. The legend says that for centuries it was one of the favorite therapies of the Japanese empresses who looked like porcelains. Today is a renewed technique, ideal for those looking to take off a few years without approaching the plastic surgeon.

Benefits

  • Message helps to increase skin tone and balances humidity.
  • Kobido rejuvenates skin and increases general appearance of it.
  • Massage helps to reduce wrinkles and works as a prevention of new ones.
  • Massage reduces tension of face and relaxes face muscles.
  • Massage increases blood and lymph flow. It supplies face skin with materials it needs.
  • Massage removes toxins, impurities and dead skin cells.

The fact that “the old way of beauty” receives today the nickname of a modern medicine technique is not a coincidence. To the Kobido experts, consider this kind of massage as a ‘lifting without cutting’ because it produces a toning and firming effect on the face and clients are very familiar with the results that lifting procedures do. In Kobido massages, speed is essential. We handle several speeds, some slow and others fast, to activate circulation, destroy dead cells and promote the production of elastin and collagen.

The classes include a kit as well as practice over 2 days is mandatory as results become more and more visible with practice. Also, for us is extremely important that not only the practical portion is covered but rather a true learning experience is achieved.

Curriculum

  • Japanese Kobido facial massage concepts
  • Facial anatomy
  • Cellular skin process
  • Characteristics of skin types
  • Why and howdo we age?
  • Symptoms of skin aging
  • Other cellular alterations of the skin
  • Effects of Kobido
  • Indications and Contraindications
  • Facial pressure point meridians
  • Facial techniques
  • Techniques for the neck
  • Techniques for the skull
  • Techniques for the forehead
  • Techniques for the eyes
  • Techniques for the cheeks
  • Techniques for the nose
  • Techniques for the forehead
  • Techniques for the chin
  • Techniques for the lips
  • Techniques for the “crows-feet”
  • Business development
  • Marketing
  • Consent forms
  • Insurance
  • Government regulations
  • Social media
Results after the 1st session
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