Beata Aleksandrowicz, the massage, healing and wellbeing specialist and founder of the Aleksandrowicz System has launched Face Cure – a series of treatment sessions to help people reconnect with their own face, to rest, rejuvenate and restore.

Beata will be offering this new therapy as part of her exclusive series of visiting practitioner engagements at spas around the world. This new facial technique can be included in spa training as part of the Aleksandrowicz System. Beata combines emotional awareness and self-appreciation through coaching, facial massage (using the best of Eastern and Western Techniques) with mindfulness, breath and body work. Using the hands and no oil, this is natural facial massage at its best.

Aleksandrowicz explains: “Face Cure is all about reconnecting with your own face. It’s not about fixing anything but rather give the face a time to rest, rejuvenate and restore.”

A course of personalised treatments helps to address the physical, emotional and spiritual aspects of how our face appears: what we eat, what we feel and what we think will have an impact on the appearance of our face – which is why those factors are incorporated into the Face Cure programme. The health and condition of the body and sleeping patterns will be discussed with advice and assistance offered. Beata also explores the relationship of each client with their own face (which is developed over time from the early stages of our life).

Every session begins with the Himalayan singing bowls to balance all energy centres in the body and to release any muscle tension. Beata trained with a Grand Master in Nepal and this enlightening start to the Face Cure elevates the sessions to another level.

Aleksandrowicz elaborates: “The Face Cure programme is a journey towards the acceptance of how to connect with your own face in a positive and loving way.” The face will experience a physiological boost to regenerate the skin and re-educate the muscles through Myofascial release, lymphatic drainage, face reflexology, and energy work through meridians. The treatment will also focus on changing the ‘face memory’ that impacts so much the current look of the face, leaving a more gentle, younger and happier appearance.”

Blockages in the body will also be targeted, especially muscular tension, postural limitations – using a variety of techniques, particularly body massage and abdominal work (if needed). Emotional aspects of the face (and mind) will also addressed through mindfulness practices, meditation and breath work.

Aleksandrowicz concludes: “The face is a map, each session will reveal the memory of different part of the face using different techniques to address it. It is a journey, a process to reconnect with your own face. It is unique way to address the face and achieve a visible result through the inner work rather than through simple short-term fixing approach.”