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Posted by Suan-Lee Clynick, Mar 19 2013 8:02PM

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Re: How to achieve a "natural facelift" CNL Meeting Sunday, 24th March 3-5 pm

Dear Therapists,

A quick reminder about our meeting this coming Sunday. Do please come and discover how Tsuboki Japanese Face Massage promote a natural facelit.

DATE: Sunday, 24th March 2013
TIME: 3 – 5 pm
VENUE: Maida Centre
221 Lanark Road
London W9 1NX
(nearest tube station: Maida Vale Station, Bakerloo Line
Buses: 16, 98, 332 – Elgin Avenue/ Maida Vale Station Stop)
Parking is free.

TOPIC: Tsuboki® Japanese Face Massage
SPEAKER: Anne Parry


We will learn:
* A useful oil-free technique for loosening tight neck muscles
* A traditional Japanese face massage stroke
* The facelift acupressure point that is called "Facial Beauty"


(PLEASE NOTE: There is a small contribution of £3 to cover the costs of room hire and refreshments)

Please RSVP by text, e-mail, or posting on this forum

P.S. We would welcome more massage tables if any member is driving and can pop one in the car. Thanks.

With warmest regards,

Suan
Mob: 07811780622
e-mail: central-and-north-london@chta.com
CThA Co-ordinator for Central & North London Group
Nicola Hamilton
Mar 20 2013 11:25AM
Hi Suan-Lee

By attending this 2 hour event, will it enable the therapist to then go away and perform this procedure successfully,or is it a taster for an actual course?

Kind regards
Nicola
Suan-Lee Clynick
Mar 20 2013 2:39PM
Hi Nicola,
CThA meetings are held to expose therapists to a variety of advanced techniques/therapies and self development with the experts in their field. They can then choose to take it further and attend a course which will qualify them to practice. It is not possible to get qualification within the 2 hours meeting, so, yes, it is an introduction and a taster to Tsuboki Japanese Face Massage. Please let me know if you still intend to attend the meeting.
Warm regards,
Suan

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