Tao FACE YOGA

We practice facial and cranial muscles by practicing Tao facial yoga. Exercise also rejuvenates hormones, turns us on hormonally, emotionally, muscularly and stimulates the circulation of energy throughout the body.

The positive effects are:

improve skin structure, reduce facial wrinkles, more toned skin, raise eyelids, strengthen the jaw line, smooth the chin, lift the corners of the mouth and positively affect the condition of our thyroid gland. It also affects the circulation and improves blood circulation, as well as the flow of lymph and the joints and periosteal structures and bones in the head, neck and face. Exercise increases blood flow to the head area, which increases focus, blood circulation to the brain, soothes and has a beneficial effect on the eyes, ears and nose. Facial yoga works on emotions, potentials and has a strong psychotherapeutic effect, as facial yoga massages the glands in the head that control the secretion of hormones. Improper functioning of the glands in the head leads to various diseases. With facial yoga, however, the functioning of the glands is normalized. Facial training also massages certain organs as the face is connected to them.

It is important to follow the 10 golden rules for the most effective execution of exercises.

We know 57 facial muscles. It is important to activate all 57 muscles through exercise. On the head, the muscles are intertwined with each other and the condition of one affects the condition of the others. 58 muscle is the tongue. It is important that when we do the exercise we feel the tension of the muscle, i.e. the resistance and against the resistance. It is important to perform the exercise gradually, in parts. We breathe deeply in the abdomen during the exercises. Let's work on strength. Go slowly from one step of the exercise to the next. Repeat, repeating each exercise at least 3 times. We are present and focused on working with the facial muscles. We realize that with each exhale there is a change, that is, we make every new movement on the exhale.  When we finish the exercises, we observe how we feel in the physical body.

We know the following three types of facial gravity and they are:

1. Muscle loss of position

2. Muscle loss of position and volume

3. Loss of volume.