Reverse Facial aging by improving posture

For the first time on record, Americans spent more than 13.5 billion dollars on aesthetic procedures in a single calendar year, according to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS). Demand will continue to grow. As many look for more affordable alternatives, Olympic sports therapist and posture expert, Aaron Parnell, has developed a new therapy called Facial Reposturing®. The therapy is a deep‐tissue facial massage and daily workout that tones and relaxes the core muscles of the face that have been affected by time, stress, and gravity.

Parnell served on the Official Sports Massage Team for the Los Angeles Olympics, and later discovered that by minimizing tension patterns from the core muscles of the face, deep lines and wrinkles progressively relax and diminish, leaving a smooth and more youthful face, jaw, and neck contours.

Parnell originally developed Reposturing—The Pain Elimination Method therapy for his pre-Olympics clients who sought relief from chronic pain or support for peak athletic performance. When they expressed a desire to receive treatment for their facial, neck, and jaw tension, Parnell began to conduct extensive research, noticing that a person’s posture has a direct effect on how tension patterns are formed in the face, jaw, and neck. This discovery eventually led to his development of Facial Reposturing®.

“As facial muscles are restored to their natural tone, the skin will plump and tighten over the muscles, leaving it smoother, with a healthy, radiant glow. It works because we are restoring the freedom and natural muscle tone in the face, jawline, and neck,” says Parnell. He adds, “Regular Facial Reposturing treatments, combined with the Facial Reposturing Workout, will produce positive and long lasting results.”

Client, Marian Jung, CPA says, “After being introduced to Facial Reposturing… people have commented that I look 20 years younger. Through this non-invasive treatment, Aaron Parnell has helped reduce the strain and fatigue in my jaw and face. I consider him a vital contributor on my Wellness Team.”

Silicon Valley dentist, Dr. Richard Gregory, DDS states, “Temporomandibular joint disorder is muscular in nature…[such as with] bruxing and clenching… This treatment adjunct is excellent for people suffering with TMJ problems because the reduction in jaw tension may help with pain, headaches, teeth grinding, and uneven jaw opening, all of which can impact the body’s overall health.”

Parnell declares, “Poor posture and facial tension are at the root of premature aging. When you improve posture and minimize facial stress, you actually feel good all over.” He adds, “People are searching for a non-invasive solution that requires no drugs, surgery, or down-time. I think we have something of value with this treatment.”


First published by Natural Solutions 


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