I enjoy when people get genuinely interested in their faces, its lines and wrinkles. Our faces reflect the feelings of the body, mind and the soul. This is a very basic feature we are born with. The face naturally expresses the inner state and the way we move our faces has in return a big impact on how we feel. Keeping the ‘worried’ face for a period longer than a particular situation requires, negatively affects the mind that tells the body to keep being alert. On the other hand we experience a sense of relaxation and well-being by keeping a smile as a reflection to a pleasant memory or in anticipation of something nice. A famous Body <-> Mind connection
When we are conscious about this connection, we feel importance and need of the holistic approach to our health including social aspect, work, nutrition, physical, mental, emotional and spiritual training.
Practicing yoga and meditation, using ancient Chinese medicine, Indian Aurveda and other well proven holistic approaches, supported by modern science and medicine make us healthier, happier, less tired and less reactive to constant outer stress, promote an overall feeling of wellbeing.
All of this includes our FACES which are like a hologram: reflecting and showing all from within in a 3D image. Looking at it, you can see a lot more than just a smooth or wrinkled face.
Facefullness is a way to see your beautiful faces in this special way, a way towards within you. We explore our facial muscles by exercising them, giving them light massage and tapping. A very important part is breathing and meditation. Similar to a body training, physical exercises stimulate blood circulation, increase cell turnover rate, freshen up and smoothen the skin, soften the looks, lead to better body posture, lift up the spirit, etc. Meditation gives us awareness of our total system and its well-being.