A practical course on Korugi massage
It is a massage technique that involves working not only on the muscles but also on the bones of the skull.

The method triggers the body's natural processes and reverses the ageing process. The method restores and maintains the muscular framework of the face and lifts the deeper layers of the skin, ensuring a long-lasting effect.
As we age, our face becomes larger, flattens out and slumps down, due to an increase in fat deposits, flaking of soft tissue, and age-related changes in the bones that diverge after the age of 35.
Muscular facial tone decreases and there is a gradual accumulation of fat in certain places under the skin. The structure and configuration change, the skin sags, and there is puffiness under the eyes and a general puffiness of the face.
Korugi is basically a manual facelift. The Korugi massage forms the triangle of youth, lifts the cheekbones, evens out the décolletage area and improves lymphatic drainage.

The essence of the Korugi massage is quite simple - our skull consists of many soft and flexible bones that can be moved in the direction we want.
The effect of Korugi (the Nosenjo method by Fujikawa Emiko) is much longer than that of a regular massage. A regular massage has a duration of 3 days, while Korugi has a duration of 1 month
The general effect of the massage:

▪️ We can make the forehead bigger or smaller;
▪️ By elevating the cheekbones, we can reduce or eliminate nasolabial folds;
▪️ By improving the shape of the chin, we can tighten the oval of the face;
▪️ By elevating the bones of the eye cavities, we can enlarge the eyes and reduce the puffiness of the eyelids;
▪️ By pressing the nasal bones from both sides, we can give the face more relief in the centre, making the face appear smaller than it actually is;
▪️ We can reduce the face by 20 percent by acting on the bones of the lower jaw;
▪️ Relax the masticatory muscles.

Massage effect on eyes area:

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

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

The sculptural part of Korugi massage:

• the facial oval is shaped;
• skin becomes supple and elastic;
• second chin goes away;
• mimic wrinkles are smoothed;
• bags under the eyes and black circles disappear;
• puffiness disappears;
• nose lines and brow lines are reduced;
• decollete and neck area are toned;
• skin hydration increases;
• complexion improves;
• a firm muscular framework is built;
• tightens pores;
• accelerating the elimination of toxins;
• improving tissue nutrition and freeing excess fluid from the tissues;
• muscle relaxation;
• has a beneficial effect on the skin, vessels and muscles of the face;
• helps to keep them in good condition.

The combination of all the techniques gives an unrivalled result from the 1st time and a long-lasting effect.
The first day of training

10.00 - 10.30  Getting to know each other.
Theoretical block. Human anatomy and physiology. The Japanese concept of health and beauty. History of massage, objectives and hygiene requirements of Korugi facial massage. Indications and contraindications for massage.
10.30 - 14.00 Nosenjo massage techniques (demonstration and practise of techniques working on feet, on the head points, working on the face without using cream)
14.00 - 17.00 Continuation of studies and practical work out of Nosenjo techniques.
The second day of training.

10.00 - 13.00 Repetition and correction of the studied techniques of the first day.
13.00 - 15.30 Massage techniques of Korugi (demonstration and working off of décolleté and neck techniques, face work with cream, work with a Guasha scrub, mask, bandage, work with hands, finishing techniques).
15.30 - 17.30 Closing of the second day of training, practical exam, 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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