May 14th: Anti-Aging WorkshopRegular price $40.00 Save Liquid error (product-template line 117): -Infinity%
Date: Thursday, May 14th from 6:00pm-8:00pm
Join SLFMKR founder Kait Turshen and Dr. Melissa Manilla for an evening centered on anti-aging education and holistic, non-toxic prevention. In this workshop, you will learn how to effectively and correctly practice the ancient Chinese medicine technique of facial gua sha, how to use sculpting spoons and receive a mini anti-aging acupuncture treatment from Dr. Melissa Manilla.
All attendees will receive a 15% discount for SLMFKR purchases that evening and a $100 gift certificate for meditation training and/or advanced coaching.
About Facial Gua Sha
Gua sha is an ancient Chinese medicine technique often referred to as a natural alternative to Botox. Facial gua sha improves both the appearance of your face and skin through sculpting, reducing fine lines and wrinkles, reducing under eye puffiness and dark circles, as well as improve overall elasticity for smoother, brighter skin.
About Anti-aging Acupuncture
With anti-aging acupuncture, the acupuncturist will insert 40-79 tiny and painless needles on the face. When these needles are inserted into the face, positive micro traumas result. These micro traumas cause the body to start a natural repair process, re-generating skin tissue. It is the same idea as micro needling, however cosmetic acupuncture uses less needles. These small punctures also stimulate the lymphatic and circulatory system, which delivers oxygen and nutrients to the surface of the skin. This promotes the anti-aging effects by evening out complexion and creating a glow. These punctures also help stimulate collagen production, which improves the elasticity of the skin.
About Dr. Melissa Manilla
Dr. Melissa Manilla is passionate about health & wellness and living the greatest life you possibly can. She is a Chiropractic Physician who specializes in Functional Medicine & Clinical Nutrition and is Board-Certified in Acupuncture. Originally from the Cleveland area, she spent multiple years in Chicago working on her academic career and is excited to be back in her hometown to bring her knowledge of preventative medicine to Cleveland. She has collaborated with multiple health & wellness groups in the past to engage others about the benefits of preventative medicine-the greatest being CHAARG, a health & wellness community for college aged students.