Dien Chan tool nº424
DienShop
  • Massage stick

    Ideal tool in assisting the massage of large areas of the body and the sole of the foot, helps prevent tired and strained fingers.

    Easy-grip cone shaped stick, with one end larger in diameter than the other.
    Its ergonomic form prevents tired fingers during manual work on the feet and back. Highly valued by masseurs and foot reflexologists, the massage stick allows you to exert precise, deep pressure.

    Press the black arrow (+info) to obtain more details about this tool.
  • Therapeutic use

    To relax the desired area, massage for 4 minutes using the thick end. Once the surface has loosened up, use the smaller end to work in depth for 2 minutes. We recommend using a cream or balm during massage to avoid discomfort from friction.

  • Empower your treatment

    A perfect substitute for manual manipulation, the massage stick helps release knots in the back, thighs and shoulders without tiring your hands. Starting with the thicker end, loosen surface tensions and then work in depth using the smaller end.
    Enjoyed by foot reflexologists, it is excellent for deep work on the reflex areas of the soles of the feet.
    In the case of hypersensitivity to a thick detector, use the massage stick to carry out teh Reflexdrainage protocol on the face. Lubricate the smaller end of the stick and repeat the complete stimulation process 3 times to generate lymphatic drainage.

    The Reflexdrainage also known as the 6 zones massage is detailed from the school's (EiMDC) website www.Multireflexology.com.

  • Esthetic use

    Es la herramienta ideal para masajear a otros y descargar al dedo pulgar del terapeuta.
    Permite trabajar nudos musculares, en todo el cuerpo, siendo una gran ayuda para el trabajo en la espalda y los pies.
    Muchas amigas del Chan'beauté también gustan de usarlo para el Reflexodrenaje en lugar del detector grueso.

    El reflexodrenaje o masaje de las 6 zonas está detallado en la web de la escuela www.facioterapia.org.

    Discover the incredible technique of natural esthetics in the official site of Chan'beauté.

    www.ChanBeauté.com
  • Tool specifications

    Data sheet nº424.
    Size: 12 x 2 x 1 cm | Weight: 35 grs.
    Made of: natural horn.
    Manufacturing: sustainable handicraft.

    Complementary tool

    [430] Big yin-yang hammer

    multireflex #430

    Tool for use on large areas of the body, allowing rapid relief of back pain and other muscular spasms. It unblocks the flow of the Qi along the meridians.

    How to take care of your tools

    Instructions on the page:

    Care.Multireflex.com

    The multireflex tools

    The multireflex tools are handcrafted by local Vietnamese artisans from horn (recovered from farm animals at the end of their natural life), wood and high quality metals. They offer fast, complementary results to both the heath care professional and natural aesthetic beauticians.
    The natural horn, wood and metals used in the manufacture of multireflex tools provide strength, elegance and efficiency.
    The tools are handcrafted to achieve lasting and profound results in facial and body reflexology.
    Much less expensive than cosmetics📌, the multireflex tools are beautiful useful and practical objects. They allow us to obtain very good results by combining their effects according to the care.
    📌 A multireflex tool it is for life while creams last one month!

  • 32,07 CHF

DIENSHOP©

Validate—›DIENSHOP

Additional help

To continue shopping, erase an item or complete your purchase, click on VALIDATE to return to the DienShop.

✤ You can buy the tool from here. To erase an article or validate your purchase, you have to go to the DienShop (on-line shop), by clicking on —Validate—.

✤ To change the currency for prices, click —Validate— and you will reach the main entrance of the DienShop.

✤ By clicking the image of the complementary tool, you reach its index card.

➤ Find numerous pointers and protocols at blog.multireflexology.com of Dien Chan.


Official partner of the International School of Multireflexology - Dien Chan