Practical course on the exclusive Kagayaki massage
Kagayaki massage is a unique combination of Rukako, Korugi and Kobido massages, thanks to which there is a more profound effect not only on muscles but also on facial bones. During Kagayaki we influence the muscles and we apply pressure on the bones of the face, and this makes them move in the direction we want them to move in.

Kagayaki improves microcirculation by stimulating the bones, blood vessels and lymph nodes. There is a build-up of toxins between the bones and this causes the bones of the skull to expand. With the Kagayaki massage, the waste products are removed and the lymph nodes return to normal. The swelling that occurs as a result of microcirculation disorders disappears.
The massage also helps in:

• Relaxation of the masticatory muscles
• A visual reduction of the face
• Prevention of bruxism
• Prevention of hair loss
• Prevention of depression and insomnia
• Cervical collar stiffness relief
• Prevent Migraines and Headaches
• Prevention of facial swelling

The aesthetic part:

▪️ visual eyelid lifting, eyes open;
▪️ reduction of bags under the eyes;
▪️ elimination of dark circles;
▪️ reduction of fatigue;
▪️ reduces "crow's feet".

As part of the course, we will teach you the Japanese facial treatment using the unique GLOW carboxy machine, double cleansing and a mask based on 24-carat Japanese gold leaf.
Everything in the course will be explained in terms of anatomy, guaranteed hand positioning and a personalised approach.
The lymphatic drainage part of the massage:

• Improves lymph flow, skin turgor and elasticity

Korugi massage movements:

• correct facial asymmetries
• promote elasticity of tendon helmet
• eliminate the double chin
• lift cheekbones
• partially reduce nasolabial folds
• reduce swelling
• increase the size of the eye sockets
• reduce the visual size of the face by 20-30%.

The aesthetic part of the Massage - includes manual techniques, it helps to:
• accelerate the elimination of toxins;
• improve the nourishment of tissues and free them from an excess fluid;
• relax the muscles;
• deliver a beneficial effect on the skin, vessels and muscles of the face;
• keep them in good condition.

The sculptural part of the Rukako massage:

• the facial oval is shaped;
• skin becomes supple and elastic;
• jawline disappears;
• facial wrinkles are smoothed;
• crow’s feet around eyes are reduced;
• black circles and bags under the eyes disappear;
• puffiness disappears;
• nasolabial folds and brow lines are reduced;
• decollete and neck area is toned;
• the skin becomes more hydrated;
• complexion improves;
• the amount of subcutaneous fat decreases;
• a firm muscular framework is formed;
• pores are contracted.

Japanese acupressure facial exercises have a number of positive effects:

• improvement of blood circulation;
• smoothing of wrinkles;
• relief of puffiness;
• improvement of the skin colour;
• improving firmness and elasticity.

The combination of all five techniques gives unbeatable results from the 1st treatment and long-lasting effects.
The first day of training

10.00 - 11.00 Theoretical block. The Japanese concept of health and beauty. Anatomy and Physiology of the face. History of massage, objectives and hygiene requirements of Rukako facial massage. Indications and contraindications for the massage.
11.30 - 12.00 Demonstration of Rukako massage with a demonstration of the Japanese demake-up ritual. Demonstration and training on the use of Japanese cleansing towels.
12.00 - 13.00 Study of massage techniques with practical training by blocks: lymphatic drainage, sculpture, aesthetic, relaxation, pressure point.
13.00 - 14.00 Study of massage technique products
14.40 - 17.00 Exploring massage techniques with a practical workout.
The second day of training.

10.00 - 10.45 Homework check, studying muscle massage techniques with hands-on practice
12.00 - 13.00 practice
13.00 - 15.30 practice
15.30 - 17.00 Demonstration of 24K gold mask application. Learning how to apply and implement it.

The third day of training.

10.00 - 10.45 Homework check. Studying and practising bone massage techniques.
12.00 - 13.30 practice
13.30 - 15.00 practice
15.00 - 16.30 Proficiency test of the technique, certificate handing.
Olga Romanovich
Founder & Director of Spagiria, Massage Specialist
Founder of the company Spagiria. Trainer in authentic Kanadzawa Rukako - Rukako and Kagayaki massage techniques.
Has more than 15 years of experience in the beauty industry.
Graduated with honours from the Russian State University of Physical Culture, Sport and Tourism.
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