A Facelift Without Surgery And For Free
Wouldn’t it be marvelous if someone told you that you could dispense with all those overpriced creams and treatments that, allegedly, promote youthfulness, increase weight loss, remove cellulite, wrinkles and saggy, baggy skin? And that the reason you could discard all these gimmicks, whose only effect has been on your wallet, is because you could achieve greater results for free.
What’s the catch? I hear you ask. Nothing comes free these days does it? Well, actually, yes it does. And, as the saying goes, “The best things in life are free.” Unless you put a price tag on the minutes per day that you would need to allocate in order to fight old age and illness.
Zone Therapy is a quick and simple technique of touching and pressure, the principles of which are based on the scientific fact that the body is an electromagnetic field. When this field is upset, illness and ageing can result. Zone Therapy is a recognized therapy that has been around for years and is not a passing ‘fad’.
The world guru in Zone Therapy is Joseph Corvo, a Yorkshire-born practitioner, who has practised his techniques on film stars, Royalty and top politicians.
The body is divided into ten zones – five on the left side of the body and five on the right - which incorporate every organ in the body. Since ageing and illness is caused by a decrease in the electro-magnetic currents running throughout the body, Zone Therapy enables these currents to run freely again and remove crystalline deposits around the nerve endings.
The news that will be of interest to many women, is that by devoting just ten minutes a day to a few simple facial exercises can make you look more youthful, more beautiful and more healthy! In fact, these exercises can be performed anywhere, although it might cause a few odd stares if you carry them out in public! This is not just a question of vanity. Strangers initially judge us by our faces, unfair as that may seem. During interviews, for example, your face is under constant scrutiny and it stands to reason that if you feel confident about the way you look, you will exude an aura of confidence and
The Face Plan
Pucker your lips tightly, leaving a small hole as though you were about to whistle. Shut your eyes and continue to force your lips forward as though you are trying to reach an object in front of you. Hold this position for twenty seconds.
This exercise involves doing the reverse of the above exercise. Open your eyes wide and raise the eyebrows. Open your mouth as wide as possible, stretching it to its limit and concentrating on pulling every part of your face away from your mouth. Hold this position for twenty seconds, then repeat exercises one and two alternately for two minutes.
Close your mouth and clench your teeth, then force the corners of your mouth down towards your chin, so that all the muscles in your neck are taut and stand out. Hold this position whilst to keep the upper part of your face relaxed. Next bring the chin muscle upwards, causing the corners of your mouth to contract towards the centre of your face and hold. Do four very slow movements, then eight fast. This exercise improves the jawline.
Tilt your head back as though you were looking at the ceiling. Next place the palm of your right hand in the centre of your forehead. Try to bring you head back to its normal position whilst resisting with your hand, as though someone were pushing your head back against your will. Repeat this exercise six times in total.
Bring your head forward onto your chest and place the palm of your right hand on the back of your head. Force your head back up whilst resisting with your hand. Repeat six times initially and then alternate this exercise with exercise four. These two exercises build up the muscles in your throat and neck.
Puff out your cheeks, as though your mouth were full of water and purse your lips as tightly as you possibly can. As Joseph Corvo says, “Squeeze your mouth to the size of a pea.” Following this, slap your face with both of your hands for two minutes. This might sound a trite masochistic, but it works wonders!
For maximum benefit, the above exercises can be used in conjunction with the ten-minute facial massage, which concentrates on key points on the face and will be detailed in part two.
These exercises will do more for your face than any number of expensive creams and potions and the real beauty is that you can practice these whilst watching TV, doing the ironing or undertaking any other task when you are not in public view!
Zone Therapy is the only programme that gives your body a total workout from the inside out. Not only can it make you look and feel younger, but it can alleviate pain, disease and all manner of medical illnesses.
Why not try it. After all, you have nothing to lose except the years.
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Jan Andersen may be contacted at http://www.mothersover40.com email@example.com. Click here to view more of their articles. Jan Andersen is a British freelance writer and mother of four children. Her youngest three children are aged 17, 16 and 3. Jan's eldest son, Kristian tragically died on 1 November 2002 at the age of 20, as a result of which she has launched a new supportive website for families who have lost a child to suicide: http://childsuicide.homestead.com. Jan specialises in humorous, satirical and thought-provoking articles, essays and columns on diverse topics, from relationships, parenting and women's issues, to psychology, health and social issues. She also owns and run Mothers Over 40, an inspirational and supportive site for older parents and those considering midlife pregnancy. www.mothersover40.com http://worldwriter.homestead.com
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