Facial Acupuncture and Massage with Lhamo
Facial acupuncture therapy was founded by Professor Wang Yongzhou. It is based on the connection between the body and the mind and its need for integration. It works on the principle that there is a holographic miniaturization system covering the whole human body, so that the whole body is represented on the face. Very small needles are used solely on the face of the patient, which is a mirror of the whole being. It uses a very interesting and immediate way to assess the changes in the body. The theory and techniques of this facial massage comes from facial acupuncture and it is useful for people who are more sensitive and feel uncomfortable with the needles. Through massaging the face, neck, head and using acupressure, the whole body is treated and supported. Very useful for relaxation, improving sleeping quality, balancing the organs and of course for beauty. Both facial acupuncture and massage are very soothing and gentle, one can quickly enter into a space of deep relaxation and calm consciousness.
This therapy lasts for about 1 hour; the cost is Rs. 2000 for guests, 50 % discount for Aurovilians, New Comers and volounteers. For more information or to make an appointment (book at least one day in advance), please contact directly Lhamo by phone or Whatsapp (+91 9565524237) or write to email@example.com .
Restarting from the 19th of September
By appointment only:
Phone or Whatsapp (+91 9565524237)
About the Therapist:
Lhamo (Zhao Zhengrong), from China, started her martial arts journey at age 11. Slowly shifting from outer martial arts to inner practices, she studied Ba Gua Zhang and Tai Ji Quan under different teachers, and kept on studying different aspects of Chinese Medicine, such as Moxibustion, cupping, infant and children massage, acupuncture and Chinese traditional massage. Moreover, through her years of learning she discovered an acupuncture method which resonated with her and that she loves sharing : facial acupuncture where very small needles are used solely on the face of the patient, which is a mirror of the whole body. It uses a very interesting and immediate way to assess the changes in the body. Lhamo moved to Auroville a year ago and since then she has been teaching and practicing a number of Chinese traditional martial and healing arts.