Dien Chan tool nº430
Dien Chan tool nº430
  • Big yin-yang hammer

    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.

    Many disorders and structural pains are a result of insufficient nourishment in the tissue. Yin stimulation (with the suction end) draws the blood and lymph to the surface of the tissue to nourish it. This initial protocol is necessary to accelerate rebalance. It is complemented by tapping with the yang end to distribute body fluids and tone tissue.
    Muscular tensions in the lumbar region are easily treated by steadily tapping the painful area with the yin end for 3 minutes.
    Gentle yin-yang tapping of the reflex areas of the face and skull is also very useful. Many reflexology diagrams offer treatment areas that include gentle, repeated use.
    For example, knee pain is treated on the cheekbones of the affected individual; knees in the Rodin diagram.
    Overall, the yin-yang hammer helps to activate vital energy without reducing the relaxation achieved by therapeutic work. Using the yin end, complete the tapping treatment 7 times along the spinal column.
    As referenced by traditional Chinese medicine, use the yin-yang hammer to unblock and activate the meridians.

    The reflexology diagram showing the body on the profile of a face is called the «Rodin diagram» and is available in the App Faceasit at (Faceasit.com).

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

    Tap the affected area steadily for 3 minutes with the yin end, the rubber suction cup. Check the difference and complement by gently tapping for 2 minutes with the rubber tips of the yang end.
    Therapeutic work using the yin-yang hammer serves to improve the body’s receptivity and enhance the result of subsequent facial stimulation.

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  • Empower your treatment

    Many disorders and structural pains are due to insufficient nourishment of tissues. Yin stimulation (with the suction end) draws the blood and lymph to the surface of the tissue to nourish it. This initial protocol is necessary to accelerate rebalance. It is complemented by tapping with the yang end to distribute body fluids and tone the tissues.
    Muscular tensions in the lumbar region are easily treated by steadily tapping the painful area with the yin end for 3 minutes.
    Gentle yin-yang tapping of the reflex areas of the face and skull is also very useful. Many reflexology diagrams propose treatment areas that are suitable for gentle but in-depth percussion.

    For example, knee pain is treated on the cheekbones of the person affected; knees in the Rodin diagram.
    In general, the yin-yang hammer helps to activate vital energy without affecting the relaxation achieved by foregoing therapeutic work. Carry out tapping treatment 7 times along the spinal column using the yin end.
    With reference to traditional Chinese medicine, use the yin-yang hammer along the meridian you wish to unblock and activate.

    Study the diagrams with the Faceasit App. Look for «multireflex» in the AppStore of your iPad.

    Tool for use on the body with combined yin and yang effects.

    In large parts of the body, we have to mobilize body fluids before revitalizing them. Yin stimulation of the area followed by yang stimulation facilitates more intense treatment.
    Although experience and constant documentation are the basis for describing a disorder as yin or yang, it is always the most pleasant sensation on the patient’s skin that determines the choice of the end of the tool to be used.

  • Chan'beauté use

    The tool that balances the thick anatomical parts because it allows the blood and the lymph to go up to the surface of the skin to nourish and tone it.
    It is also an excellent ally for mobilizing fluids housed in large body regions and containing a lot of fat.

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

  • Tool specifications

    Data sheet nº430.
    Size: 30 x 6 x 3 cm | Weight: 115 grs.
    Made of: mimosa wood, stainless steel and rubber.
    Manufacturing: sustainable handicraft.

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    Yang health ball nº432

    multireflex #432

    Very easy to use and small enough to carry around in your pocket, the health ball is a versatile tool both for self-treatment and professional practice.
    Use it for three minutes in your hands and do not forget it when you feel too hot to help you refreshing the body.

    The tools of Dien Chan

    Eco-friendly, multireflex tools are hand-crafted from natural horns from traditional farming so that no animal suffers or is bred for its antlers.

    Your instruments become authentic jewels of health thanks to the biological properties (antiseptic and antistatic) of the horn which does not disturb the cutaneous microbiota unlike the polluting plastic.
    We also use high-quality materials such as mimosa wood for medium and large handles and premium metals.

    True multireflex tools deliver fast and deep results for both health professionals and natural aesthetics.
    By reactivating the blood and lymphatic microcirculation, we rebalance the energy flow in two complementary ways:
    — The yin effects disperse, refresh and encourage the natural process of hydration.
    — Yang tools allow you to concentrate, tone, heat and dry.
    — Their actions improve the penetration index and reinforce the active ingredients of the products used thereafter.

    Much less expensive than cosmetics📌, multireflex tools are beautiful objects effective and practical in consultation as also to have them on all the time.
    We no longer count testimonies of individuals and professionals conquered in Europe and North America.

    📌 A multireflex tool is for life, while a cream only lasts a month!

    How to take care of your tools

    Instructions on the page:

    Care.Multireflex.com

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