FACIAL ASYMMETRICAL SOFT TISSUE TRAUMA
FaceCamp empower you to work the muscles in your face! Where some isolated parts which fail to correspond to one another in shape, size, or arrangement; lacking symmetry. Facial asymmetrical soft tissue trauma encounters of high stress and trauma in our lives can cause soft tissue a loss of facial movement, due to nerve damage. Your facial muscles may appear to droop or become weak. Physical therapy, for example FaceYoga and massage, can be highly effective in helping strengthen your muscles and preventing permanent damage.
This treatment offers a combination of:
- Japanese Facial Lymphatic Drainage Massage (Hisako Tanaka Master)
- Japanese FaceYoga (Koko Hayashi Technique)
Private session (1:1), where Melanie will analyse your face thoroughly, looking at:
- room for improvement
- your facial expression habits
- your FacePosture®
Melanie will also guide you through specific exercises and tips personalised for you!
You will have one session via Zoom, which you will receive the link for in advance. After, you will receive a recording of your Zoom session.
We recommend you use the Zoom screen as a mirror, but if that is not possible, please use a mirror.
Melanie is an official UK-certified Koko Advanced Instructor.
At FaceCamp, we are what we think!
Book your appointment today for £195.
We highly recommend joining FaceCamp Private club