Face Yoga – The Mini Facelift

Face yoga

We'd like to introduce you to our good friend Fumiko Takatsu. If you want to reduce the appearance of forehead wrinkles, tighten the look of your double chin, or give your face a lifted look (naturally), you're definitely going to want to get to know her.

Fumiko specializes in face yoga, which is exactly what it sounds like. By doing these poses designed to exercise the muscles in your face, you can restore your youthful appearance without any expensive, painful, or unhealthy procedures.

We invited Fumiko into our office to show us three poses she uses to stay looking youthful. Today we have ‘The Mini Facelift,' a pose designed to minimize your nasolabial fold lines, reduce droopy eyelids, or give your face a lift.

It's simple!

The Mini Facelift

Fumiko has an amazing program that teaches you all her face yoga poses and how to incorporate them for the best possible results. We connected with her and asked her if she could give the Annmarie Skin Care community a discount and she came up with a really generous offer.

Click Here for a Special Offer from Fumiko

See More Face Yoga Videos

We filmed two additional videos of Fumiko when she came by our office. Make sure to watch both, as they all provide different benefits!

Click Here to See Her Face Yoga for Forehead Wrinkles

Click Here to See Face Yoga For Eliminating a Double Chin

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  1. Good video and knowledge. I am a Board Certified Massage Therapist and I have studied Facial Rejuvenation, which is massage for the facial muscles. Very similar to this, but more in depth, also helps with smoothing the face. Thanks for sharing.

  2. This is great! I could feel myself trying to raise my eyebrows during the pose. I will definitely try this as I tend to be very expressive with my face, which has lead to wrinkles… Thanks and blessings!

  3. I didn’t feel any movement in the eyebrow/forehead area when I squinted and opened my eyes. Am I supposed to be creating tension with the eye movements? Or am I trying to train my forehead not to wrinkle when I make those movements?

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