What is a faceplastic specialist?
A faceplastic specialist is someone who deals with the rejuvenation of their clients, removing not only the symptoms, but also the causes of age-related changes, working in depth with the whole body and even harmonizing the proportions of the face.

By choosing this profession, you will be able to:

– Open your own office or studio, have your own private practice, and independently decide when and how much to work;
– Or make a career in a beauty studio, fitness/SPA center, or even a clinic.
How is the training carried out?
Module 1: "Basic"
6 weeks - 25 lessons - 9 lectures - 3 online seminars
Module 2: "Training specialists in faceplastic and natural rejuvenation"
2 months of online support - 89 technicians - 2 workshops of 5 days - Class time from 9:00 to 16:00
MAFO exam
Submission of undergraduate work and theory
Demonstration of techniques
You will receive a diploma in the specialty: "Specialist of faceplastic" with inclusion in the state registry

Training program

Module 1
Week 1
Fundamentals of osteopathy and faceplastic. A holistic approach to the diagnosis and correction of age-related tissue dysfunctions. Development of palpation, wellbeing. Learning Techniques

Introductory broadcast by Ales Ulishchenko
Lesson 1 – Biomechanics of aging of the face and body. Visual examination and diagnostics of the face and body
Lesson 2 – Meditation, development of therapeutic wellbeing
Lesson 3 – Body alignment
Lesson 4 – Development of layered palpation, perception
Lesson 5 – Techniques for correcting tissue dysfunctions (muscles, fascia, bones, internal organs)
Weekend – Lecture on the anatomy of the pelvis and spine.
Weekend – Lecture-practice psychologist
Week 2
Fundamentals of working with the pelvis, spine, and posture. Dysfunctions and correction techniques

Lesson 6 – Pelvis, sacrum and coccyx.
Lesson 7 – Lumbar spine. Lumbar lordosis. Hernias. Intraosseous tension.
Lesson 8 – Thoracic spine and pectoral girdle. Thoracic kyphosis. Asymmetry of the shoulder blades and collarbones. Hump.
Lesson 9 – Cervical spine. Muscle triggers and neck pain. Shortening and asymmetry of the neck.
Lesson 10 – Atlas and the base of the skull. Putting the atlas back in place. Improved blood flow to the head.
Weekend – Lecture by a nutritionist
WeekendLecture on the muscular-fascial system and the diaphragm
Week 3
Fundamentals of working with the body's diaphragm, internal organs, lymphatic system, and blood vessels. Correction techniques

Lesson 11 – Abdominal diaphragm and diaphragmatic breathing
Lesson 12 – Work with the abdomen and internal organs
Lesson 13 – Pelvic organs: Elimination of stagnant processes, lifting of internal organs
Lesson 14 – Lower limbs. Techniques for correcting muscular-fascial tension
Lesson 15 – Lymphatic and vascular systems. Prevention of congestion and stimulation of the lymphatic system. Relaxation of the ligaments of the pericardium. WeekendLecture on the anatomy of the skull, craniosacral system
Weekend – Orthodontist lecture

Week 4
Skull. Craniosacral system. Techniques for the Correction of Diagnostics

Lesson 16 - Brain skull #1: Sphenobasilar synchondrosis. Dysfunctions of the sphenoid and occipital bones. Dura mater
Lesson 17 – Brain skull #2: Temporal bone
Lesson 18 – Brain skull #3: Parietal bones
Lesson 19 – Brain skull #4: Frontal and ethmoid bones
Lesson 20 – Facial skull. Dental system
Weekend – Lecture by a cosmetologist, plastic surgeon of faces
Weekend - Lecture on facial anatomy

Week 5

Lessons 21 – Introduction: age-related changes in the face. Techniques for correcting the muscles of the diaphragm of the mouth
Lesson 22 – Chewing muscles
Lesson 23 – Mimic muscles
Lesson 24 – Eye zone, oculomotor muscles
Lesson 25 – Classical self-massage of the face
Week 6
1 Practical conference: palpation and perception
2 Practical conference: practicing body correction techniques
3 Practical conference: practicing face and skull correction techniques

Online testing
Module 2
Seminar 1
Day 1 – Alignment of the body. Gymnastics for aligning the specialist's body. Development of palpation and therapeutic conditions. Holistic diagnosis of the body. Working with the body's diaphragm, internal organs, and the lymphatic system.

1.1 Introduction
1.2 Body alignment
1.3 Gymnastics for the development of specialists
1.4 Palpation of layered tissues
1.5 Palpation of the liver
1.6 Holisitic diagnosis of the body
2.1 Correction of the sternum and mediastinum
2.2 Correction of withers
2.3 Correction of the thoracic diaphragm
2.4 Lymphatic pumping of the supraclavicular zones
2.5 Thoracic diaphragm, diagnosis and correction while sitting
2.6 Thoracic diaphragm. Correction of posture while lying
2.7 Correction of the liver
2.8 Correction of the abdominal cavity

Day 2 – Work with all levels of the body, correction of the pelvic and thoracic diaphragms, sternum and mediastinum, lymphatic drainage of the lower extremities, techniques for lifting internal organs, work with the neck and posture

3.1 Correction of the pelvic diaphragm through compression of the sacrum and pubic symphysis
3.2 Correction of the pelvic diaphragm through abduction of the ischial bones
3.3 Lifting the viscera
3.4 Correction of MPS and lymphatic drainage of the lower extremities
3.5 Correction of foot plantar aponeurosis
4.1 Articulation of the neck
4.2 Relaxing the trapezius muscle
4.2.1 Relaxation of the shoulder girdle
4.3 Technique for the correction of SCM - sternocleidomastoid muscle
4.4 Technique for correcting the subcutaneous neck muscle
4.5 "Wheel" technique
4.6 Traction of the neck and spine
4.7 Venous and lymphatic pumping of the neck

Day 3 – Techniques for correcting the oval of the face and double chin, hyoid muscles, diaphragm of the mouth, tongue, and salivary glands. Work with masticatory muscles, mimic muscles, and correction of nasolabial folds

5.1 Correction of the sternohyoid muscles
5.2 Traction of the hyoid bone and trachea
5.3 Correction of the muscles of the diaphragm of the mouth from the outside
5.4 Correction of the muscles of the diaphragm of the mouth intraorally
5.5 Submandibular salivary gland correction technique
5.6 Tongue root correction technique
5.7 Technique for working with the subcutaneous fat and fibrous seals of the chin and facial contours
6.1 Correction of masticatory muscles (masseters)
6.2 Orbicular muscle of the mouth. Relaxation and toning
6.3 Correction of depressor muscles
6.4 Correction of levator muscles and nasolabial folds
6.5 Correction of the orbicular muscle of the eyes and upper eyelid
6.6 Correction of the glabellar wrinkle and the corrugator supercilii.
6.7 Correction of aponeurosis and forehead wrinkles

Day 4 – Popular face massage techniques.

7.1 Classical massage
8.1 Lymphatic drainage massage
8.2 Vacuum cupping massage
8.3 Shiatsu massage
8.4 Gua Sha massage

Day 5 - Craniosacral system. Sphenobasilar synchondrosis. Techniques for working with the base of the skull, correction of the sacrum, harmonization of the craniosacral rhythm

9.1 Introduction. Craniosacral system
9.2 Adjusting the therapeutic state before listening to the cranial rhythm
9.3 Correction of cranial rhythm
9.4 Sphenobasilar synchondrosis. Diagnosis and correction techniques through the base of the skull
9.5 Sphenobasilar synchondrosis. Correction technique through the fronto-occipital grip
10.1 Atlanto-occipital articulation decompression technique
10.2 Correction of the sacrum. Removing tension
10.3 Technique for correcting the peripheral part of the craniosacral system
10.4 Harmonization of the craniosacral rhythm through the sacrum and the back of the head ("rocking the baby")
Seminar 2
Day 1 – Techniques for working with the dura mater, dysfunctions of SBS, and the correction of skull bones. Working with the sutures of the skull

1.1 Correction of the dura mater through the base of the skull
1.2 Correction of traumatic SBS lateral displacement
1.3 Correction of traumatic vertical displacement of the SBS
1.4 Correction of the temporal bone. Option 1
1.5 Correction of the temporal bone. Option 2
2. Studying the cranial rhythm of bones
2.1 Technique for the correction of the occipital bone
2.2 Correction of the occipitotemporal suture
2.3 Correction of the cerebellum tenon.
2.4 Correction of the falciform process of the DM (sickle)
2.5 Parietal lift
2.6 Correction of the sagittal suture

Day 2 – Work with the facial skull, dentoalveolar system, and the entire group of masticatory muscles

3.1 Ethmoid correction
3.2 Frontal bone lift
3.3 Relaxation of the metopic suture
3.4 Technique for the correction of the upper jaw. Palatal suture
3.5 Maxillary expansion technique
3.6 Cheekbone lift
3.7 Technique for emphasizing the cheekbones and upper jaw
4.1 Technique for the relaxation of the temporal muscle
4.2 Correction of the medial pterygoid masseter muscle
4.3 Correction of the lateral pterygoid masticatory muscle
4.4 Mandibular correction technique
4.5 Mandible extension technique on the back
4.6 Technique for the traction of the lower jaw while lying on their belly

Day 3 – Harmonization of facial proportions, work with asymmetries, nose correction, and work with oculomotor muscles.

5.1 Technique for harmonizing facial proportions
5.2 Technique for decompression of the base of the skull (SBS)
5.3 Technique for harmonizing the alignment of the eyes and the alignment of the teeth
5.4 Technique for correcting the asymmetry of the nose
5.5 Nasal traction technique
6.1 Correction of the sphenoid bone
6.2 Technique for correcting the oculomotor muscles

Day 4 – Popular face massage techniques.

7.1 Sculpture massage
8.1 Buccal massage

Day 5 - Clinical analysis. Repetition and consolidation of techniques. Exam. Graduation and Diploma.

Online support for 2 months.
Studying and consolidating knowledge with faceplastic video protocols.
Support via a private group chat

Пример диплома специалист по Фейспластике и естественному омоложению

Opportunity to obtain an ITEC International Diploma* for the course "Holistic massage" with the legal right to conduct professional activities in 44 countries of the world, including CIS, USA, Europe and Asia
Made on