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 Face yoga  of eye area:

 1. Gliding stroke for the orbicularis  muscle .




As you perform the gliding stroke, your fingers elevate your eyebrows at the same time.

Keep your eyes closed and avoid pressing your eyeballs. Repeat the gliding stroke several times.


Impact on health: Relaxes the eyes. Impact on appearance: Elevates the eyebrows.



2 .Stretching technique for the orbicularis muscle.

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Press your index fingers under the lateral edge of the eyebrow, a little apart from each other.

Health impact: Relaxes the eyes. Appearance Impact: Reduces fine lines around the eyes and enhances the side of the eyebrows.


Cheekbone area:


1. Gliding stroke for the cheekbone area.



Procedure: Relaxes the zygomaticus major and zygomaticus minor muscles. Health Impact: Promotes healthy vocal production by removing tension from the muscles that move the lips. 


Impact on appearance: Lifts and gives volume to the cheekbone area. Smoothes the folds from nose to mouth.


2. Gliding race for the middle zone.





Slide your fingers firmly against the skin from the top of your upper lip to your cheekbones.

Open your jaw as the sliding motion takes place and lifts the soft tissue in the mid-facial area.


Health Impact: Promotes healthy vocal production by removing tension from the muscles that move the lips.


Impact on appearance: Lifts and gives volume in the middle of the face. Smoothes the folds from nose to mouth.


3.Stretching technique of the middle area of the face.




Press your fingers near the edges of your nostrils. Continue to press the fingers very firmly against the skin and push the soft tissue in the middle area upwards.


Health Impact: Promotes healthy vocal production by removing tension from the muscles that move the lips.


Impact on appearance: Lifts and gives volume in the middle of the face. Smoothes the folds from nose to mouth.


Oral area:


1. Technique of stretching the orbicularis muscle;




Stretch the ring muscle of the mouth by first pushing the upper lip slightly outward and upward, then gently pulling the muscle with your fingers in the opposite direction.


Health Impact: Promotes healthy voice production by removing tension from the ring muscle in the mouth. Appearance Impact: Smooths vertical lip lines and restores lip fullness.



Chin area:

1. Gliding course for the chin area:



Place your fingers in the middle of the chin under the lower lip.


Continue to press the fingers against the skin and first slide the fingers from the middle of the chin to the angle of the jaw.


Health Impact: Promotes healthy vocal production by removing tension from the muscles that move the lips.


Impact on appearance: Decreases chin crease and lines coming down from the corners of the mouth.



2. Technique of stretching the mentalis muscle.




Press your index fingers firmly against your chin. Stretch the mentalis muscle by gently pulling it with your fingers in opposite directions.


Procedure: Relaxes the mentalis muscle. Impact on appearance: Decreases horizontal chin crease.



3. Stretching technique for the whole cheek.




Put your thumb in your mouth.

Gently push your cheek outward and upward. Do an arching motion from below the level of the corner of your mouth to the middle area.


The other hand can support the jaw. Hold each stretch for a few seconds and repeat twice. Use hygienic protective gloves.



Finishing massages:




Slide your hands slowly and very gently from the middle of your face outward and to the sides in a long, light sweeping motion. Stop in front of your ears.





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