Outside Beauty by balancing the inside
The Face is a reflection of the soul and our internal balance.
With Facial reflexology we can recognize the origin of an imbalance and obtain surprising results in natural æsthetics.
Chan’beauté is a natural method that synthesizes therapeutic knowledge such as Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) with modern medicine, without using needles or other invasive techniques.
Multireflex tools gently stimulate the blood and lymphatic micro-circulation of the dermis and epidermis offering a quick and effective result without ever damaging the skin.
In addition to studying and using the diagrams of Multireflexology, (learned in DienChan'reflex) Chan’beauté offers the opportunity for Beauticians to talk to their client to find the internal origin of an imbalance which could be an accelerating factor of the facial imperfection. By encompassing this therapeutic dimension the results of their treatment become deeper and more sustainable.
Depending on the imperfection Therapists, to complete a Multireflexolgy treatment and Beauticians, to add the therapeutic dimension to their service are able to design treatments for their client who appreciate his or her personalized care and share their satisfaction with friends and colleagues.
Outside Beauty by balancing the inside
Chan'beauté, the beauty and æsthetic part of Dien Chan (the original method of facial reflexology) offers a new way of observing the face and helps complete the sentence “The face is the reflection of the soul” by adding “... and of our internal balance”.
Beauty marks, moles, wrinkles, dimples and spots on our face reflect a potential internal imbalance and indicate present or past weaknesses. By observing tone, brightness and texture, the face is an important source of information about the general internal state of the body and is a very good indicator of our health.
Bumps found on the face during a massage using cleansing milk or cream, as well as the marks mentioned above, enable us to find the origin of the imbalance. As a result the æsthetic Chan'beauté session, thanks to Dien Chan projection of diagrams on the face, offers a therapeutic dimension as well.
Tips and Tricks
Our face is a garden!
In Chan’beauté we think of the fixed points on the face as medicinal plants.
As a Therapist or Beautician we find the location of the imperfection by projecting the facial diagrams of reflection learned in DienChan'reflex. By stimulating and massaging the area we impact the corresponding part of the body or organ reflected in that zone. The result is that we compose a personalized treatment for each client to rebalance the internal origin of the imperfection.
• For example, to treat “Crows feet”: Roll the left temple, with multireflex tool nº307a diagonally, down from the eyebrow out to the hair line and from the cheek bone, just below the outer edge of the eye, diagonally up to the hair line, for one minute. This stimulates the blood and lymphatic micro-circulation. The Dien Chan diagram of reflection shows us that this zone reflects the hands and wrists so using the same tool nº307 stimulate the palm of your left hand from the wrist to the end of the fingers for 4 minutes, repeat on the right side. In this way we tone up the extremities, which in turn strengthens the facial care.
• By working on furrows between the eyebrows we are also working the cervical zone as it is between the eyebrows that the nape of the neck is reflected.
To become more familiar with a yin or yang tool see the chapter about multireflex tools or visit www.DienShop.com.
·a: Direct access to the index card of the tool 307.multireflex.com.
Tips and Tricks
To better understand the action of Chan’beauté protocols we like to use a horticultural example and the easy to use multireflex tools offer excellent results.
We start by 'working the land'. As in a garden, where we dig deep into the dirt to prepare and aerate it, we begin by using a non damaging spiked yang tool which encourages deep micro-circulation of nutrient rich blood and lymphatic fluid of the Epidermis. The yang effect warms, concentrates, strengthens and improves the cellular activity to bring fluids to the surface.
Once the fluids are reactivated and raised we have to distribute the nutrients. So, as we rake the soil in a garden to break up lumps and to distribute the rich soil, we use a tool with yin effects to disperse the nutrients throughout the Dermis and drain any excess to avoid stagnation.
• To work on wrinkles, we roll back and forth perpendicular to the furrows, using the yang1 ball, for one minute. We then work in the area in the same way using the yin2 tool, for one minute.
• To reduce a pigmentation mark on the face or body we begin by rolling in and away (as in a star burst) all the way around the area without actually passing over it, with a yin2 tool. This movement reactivates micro-circulation to scatter the fluid and normalize the skin. Repeat the treatment at least once a day for 2 minutes. As the mark gets paler the “star burst” can become smaller and the mark rolled over.
1: Facial tools nº206, 307, 103 for small or medium areas and nº410 or nº438 for large areas such as thighs, hips, buttocks, back or arms.
2: Facial tools nº206, 308, 219 for small or medium areas and nº433 or nº411 for large areas such as thighs, hips, buttocks, back or arms.
The multireflex tools
Ergonomic and complementary
The multireflex tools are beautiful, easy to carry and available for use at any time!
Multireflex tools with “yin” effects are used to hydrate, distribute, cool and stabilize. They are ideal when you want to perform a treatment involving cold or fight pigment concentrations such as spots or beauty marks.
Yin tools are made of metal; toothed brass cylinders, rollers with rounded spikes and smooth spheres or rollers. In addition the suction end of the big hammer and the rounded spiked end of the small hammer, as well as rakes (which provide extremely relaxing effects), are also yin.
Yang tools are used to dry, concentrate, warm and revitalize. In Chan'beauté we use them to tone up the flesh, mobilize nutrients and free interrupted energy flows.
These tools are made of spiked, horn balls which do not damage the skin. Detectors, mini-brushes, the rubber prong end of the large hammer and the rubber end of the small hammer are also considered yang.
The natural horn (recovered from farm animals at the end of their natural life) as well as wood, high quality brass and stainless steel used in the manufacture of the tools, gives them resistance, elegance and efficiency and optimizes them to obtain the best results in facial and body reflexology.
To find all the tools available go to www.DienShop.com.
To learn how to maintain and clean the tools visit care.multireflex.com.
The multireflex tools
We all know that a caress has a deeper effect than a smack, so multireflex tools do not penetrate or damage the skin. Rolling, hammering, kneading and detecting only stimulate, increasing the blood and lymphatic micro-circulation and strengthening the active ingredients of facial products; creams, serums, etc, thereby accelerating the results.
The tools also 'speak' to our brain to encourage homeostasis (the natural balance within the body).
In Chan'beauté, as in Dien Chan we use the terms “yin” and “yang” which perfectly encompasses the effects we want to describe.
The small facial tools adapt perfectly to the outlines of the face and to the smaller facial zones, such as the corners of the mouth and the eyebrows. The larger sizes are excellent for the stomach, legs buttocks, arms and back.
Study and practice Chan’beauté
Chan’beauté arose from necessity to add the therapeutic dimension to æsthetic treatments.
Classes from the experienced, professional team at EiMDC offer authentic training in Chan’beauté.
Accumulated since 2002, our wide therapeutic and educational experience, in addition to numerous publications (in print and in Apps), allows us the opportunity to offer practical and well presented courses.
The Dien Chan techniques of stimulation are more effective than a simple facial massage. Every point and all the zones of reflection stimulate the body's auto-regulation process to reach its natural balance (homeostasis).
Many of our teachers as well as numerous Therapist students noticed the powerful repairing effect on the face when applying therapeutic care to their clients. In addition Beauticians discovered that by using the multireflex tools for their treatments the active ingredients in facial products were strengthened.
Often during a Chan'beauté treatment a client will talk about a pain or other discomfort. It is therefore important to rebalance the energy flow of the body to homeostasis.
As a result Chan’beauté becomes an æsthetic treatment with a therapeutic dimension, reducing the need for medicines.
We know that daily sessions of a few minutes strengthens the work of the Therapist or Beautician, so it is recommended that you encourage your client to continue working at home between treatments by offering the tool(s) they need for purchase.
Studying and practicing Chan'beauté allows students to offer individualized, successful æsthetics and well-being care.
To meet your teacher, consult the schedule of courses on the official site of the International School of Multireflexology - Dien Chan (EiMDC) www.Multireflexology.com.
a The complete index card of the tool is at 307.multireflex.com.
Study and practice Chan’beauté
Developed by the research team at The International School of Multireflexology – Dien Chan (EiMDC), the technique of therapeutic æsthetics (Chan’beauté), follows the Dien Chan protocol with multireflex tools to stimulate the zone and reach the internal origin of the disorder and restore the body's balance.
To that end our goal is to teach Therapists and Beauticians to build personalized treatments for their clients to provide tailored care.
As several short stimulations a week are more effective than longer ones spaced out over time, we encourage our students to teach their clients how to use multireflex tools (have the tools available for purchase) to continue working on themselves at home. Faster, deeper results will be seen at subsequent treatments.
Learning how to use the tools as well as the elementary principles of the techniques is quick. However it is important not to just use the power of the tools but to also fully understand all the diagrams of reflection.
The mental exercise of projecting the diagrams on the face is complex, but not complicated.
A professional team
Several useful links to obtain more information on our work:
Some of these links are electronic brochures, others are Pdf documents to download…
- Lots of answers in the FAQ section at Faq.multireflexology.com.
- Get acquainted with the diagrams of reflection: multireflexology.org.
- All our publications are at books.multireflex.com.
- The brochure (pdf) of Dien Chan: .
- The complete user-guide of Faceasit: en.Faceasit.com.
- The App Faceasit in the AppleStore: .
- Obtain more information about the multireflex tools in the on-line catalog at www.Dienshop.com.
- How to take care of your multireflex tools: Care.multireflex.com.
- Yin and yang classification of tools: outils.dienchan.org.
- Classification of tools for body and facial use: www.multireflex.eu.
- Handle muscular pains: multireflexology.co.uk.
- The team of the certified teachers: www.DienChan.pro.
- Small summary of the Multireflexology method: www.dienchan.us.
- Presentation of the iBook in english: dienchan.co.uk.
The training team
The training teamTo obtain more details aboiut our profesional team of experimented teachers, please visit the official domain at www.multireflexology.com.
Check the next dates and cities on our schedule course.multireflexology.com.
The program for Dien Chan and Chan’beauty courses in Canada and California is also available to download at www.dienchan.ca.