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Data sheet nº101.
Size: 12 x 2 x 2 cm | Weight: 15 grs.
Made of: natural horn.
Manufacturing: sustainable handicraft.
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!
Thin detector - Smooth sphere
This tool is essential for Multireflexology – Dien Chan and Chan’beauté. It’s small size makes it easy to carry and use in treatments whenever a situation arises.
The fine, rounded detector is used to stimulate the
bqc·points (set points) on the face without damaging the skin and the Smooth sphere allows gentle massages of the reflex zones.
Using the Fine detector you can check the sensitivity of specific areas (pain means there is an imbalance) and then exert a constant pressure for up to 30 seconds on the most painful point. Be careful not to use too much pressure (so as not to damage the skin), however it must be firm enough to be able to distinguish the sensitivity of the
bqc·point and any pain caused by the pressure.
As an example: To treat tension in the trapezius muscle (the large muscle extending across the back of the shoulders), stimulate both of the
bqc·points 34·, located at the inner edge of each eyebrow, with the Fine detector. If it is very painful, use the Smooth sphere, which is very versatile in treatments as well as relaxing, to massage the area for one or two minutes.
Empower your treatment
The fine detector is used to stimulate the
bqc·points in treatment formulas. We can use the detector to treat and to check the sensitivity of specific areas, which allows us to determine the origin of the imbalance.
In the event of hypersensitivity to the detector, we recommend use of the smooth sphere. It is also used to treat structural pain, giving a gentle massage on the reflexology map situated on the scalp.
We use the smooth sphere as a precise massage tool to relieve tension in specific areas, like the trapezius muscle.
The Smooth sphere can be used for the Reflex-drainage protocol (also known as the 6 Zones massage➀) which reduces edema and opens the lymphatic system to release toxins and waste for elimination by the body.
bqc·points correctly➁, we recommend that you practice on your own face using a mirror.
We also recommend that you participate in one of our many training courses, offered world wide➂, where under the supervision of a qualified teacher you will learn Multireflexology - Dien Chan and Chan’beauté and have the opportunity to experience practical applications with clients.
Little yin-yang hammer nº128
Highly recommended for stress management, neck tension and migraines, the Little yin~yang hammer is a well rounded tool that offers fast relief.
For students and beginners it is an alternative tool to detectors for stimulating the
bqc·points on the face.
How to take care of your tools
Instructions on the page:Care.Multireflex.com