Ultimate FaceLift Massage: July 27 & 28, 2019
As the body ages, facial muscle tone can be reduced and gravity may also set in. By utilizing the Ultimate FaceLift Massage, which is like to going to the gym for a body workout to keep the muscles toned & tightened, has similar results for your facial muscles; working them out to keep them toned & tightened. As with any workout, a regular routine must be adhered to achieve desired results
Facial massage also helps relieve stress & is very nurturing, while it reduces puffiness, stimulates circulation, releases toxins, helps assist in lymphatic drainage & improves muscle tone over time. The face has a myriad of acupressure and reflexology points as well as cranial nerve #7 innervating the facial muscles. When these areas are stimulated, a calming, lifting and toning affect occur to the facial muscles and the ‘whole’ client benefits & relaxes. Truly a service your client will appreciate.
The Ultimate FaceLift Massage can be offered as a “stand-alone” modality or it can be an “add-on” service to a massage as an 60 or 30 min treatment.
The instructor, Marsha Mathes, is a LMT graduate of Kaleidoscope School of Therapeutic Massage in University City, MO in 1988 and a NCBTMB Approved Provider #326. She is a licensed Managing Esthetician that graduated from St. John's School of Esthetics in Huntsville, AL in 2006.
What to Bring:
- 1 sheet set
- 5 hand towels
- face cream or oil (recommended oils: jojoba, coconut, olive, rosehip seed, almond, or apricot)
- 1 bath towel
- 1 small non breakable bowl or cup
- 1 medium/large stainless steel bowl
- a blanket (Optional if you think you may get cold)
Schedule: Saturday, July 27, 8:30am to 5:30pm
Sunday, July 28, 8:30am to 5:30pm
Instructor: Marsha Mathes
The Ultimate FaceLift Massage can be offered as a “stand-alone” modality or it can be an “add-on” service to a massage as an 60 or 30 min treatment. This class is excellent for both Massage Therapists and Estheticians!
About the Instructor: Marsha Mathes
Marsha attended Kaleidoscope School of Therapeutic Massage in St. Louis, MO, and graduated in January 1998. Her AL Massage license # is 1885. She taught as a massage therapy instructor at Virginia College. Her AL Massage Instructor’s license is I-115# and her NCBTMB Approved Provider is #326.
Marsha’s quest for further studies have led her to many continuing education workshops including Si Jin Bao Chinese FaceLift Massage, Eminence Deep Tissue Face Massage, Belavi Facelift Massage, Upledger Face Lymph Drainage, MediCupping, Core Structural Integration, Ahh…Shiatsu Barefoot Massage, Thai on the Table, Aromatherapy, Reflexology, Healing Touch, Reiki I & II, TuiNa, OrthoBionomy, Upledger Cranial Sacral Therapy, Matrix Energetics and iRest Yoga Nidra Meditation.
Marsha’s desire to attain more knowledge of face massage, she acquired another state licensure by attending St. John's School of Esthetics in Huntsville, AL. She graduated in August 2006 and her Alabama state esthetic license number is 112459. Now she is also licensed in Tennessee; #188808.
Marsha is a Dermal Educator for the herbaceutical company Si Jin Bao which specializes in custom organic herbal blends for pain relief and facial rejuvenation.
Marsha graduated from Southwestern Illinois College in Belleville, IL, in May 2004 with a degree in CIS (Computer Information Systems). She loves creating her brochures and web site, as well as many other graphic design projects.
Mission Statement: Through the instruction of massage and bodywork, I strive to assure a high standard of personal attention for my students to improve their mastery of the massage modality as well as promote their own creativity of this art and to improve the integrity of their body mechanics which will sustain their career longevity.
Objective: To assist massage therapists with new modalities that will enhance their practice and sustain their career longevity.