What is a faceplastic and natural rejuvenation coach?
A faceplastic and natural rejuvenation trainer is a new type of professional, and with their help you will be able to help others to maintain their health, youth, and beauty.

By working online for only 4 hours a day from anywhere in the world, you will actualize yourself and earn good money.
How is the training carried out?
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Module 1: "Basic"
6 weeks - 25 lessons - 9 lectures - 3 online seminars
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Module 2: "Preparation of a faceplastic and natural rejuvenation trainer"
10 weeks - 40 lessons - 131 videos - 8 promotion lessons - cosmetology course
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MAFO exam
Submission of homework, online testing in faceplastic and cosmetology
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Diploma
You will receive two diplomas with the inclusion in the state register for the specialties: "Coach in faceplastic and natural rejuvenation" and "Cosmetic-esthetician"

Training program

Module 1
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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
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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
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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

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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

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Week 5
Face

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
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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
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UNIT 1: FACEPLASTY AND OTHER REJUVENATION TECHNIQUES

Week 1
Lesson 1 – Faceplastic. Protocol for working with the body - Meditation, techniques for correcting the abdominal and pelvic diaphragms of the body, posture and slouch, neck extension, and lymphatic drainage complex

1.1 Meditation. Explanation
1.2 Exercise on the abdominal diaphragm. Diaphragmatic breathing. Explanation
1.3 Elevation of the internal organs and relaxation of the pelvic diaphragm. Technique
1.4 Releasing the pelvic diaphragm. Technique
1.5 Twisting the spine using the "crocodile" technique while sitting. Technique
1.6 Twist of the spine while sitting with arms extended. Technique
1.7 Releasing the shoulders and stretching the neck. Technique
1.8 Stretching the pectoralis minor.
1.9 "Anti-slouching" technique
1.10 Technique against withers and slouching
1.11 Exercise with the withers. Technique
1.12 Pumping the supraclavicular zones
1.13 Lymphatic shaking of the heels. Technique
1.14 Lymphatic drainage exercise using the "cockroach" technique lying on your back. Technique

Lesson 2 – Popular methods of rejuvenation. Taping
2.1. What is face taping and how to use it
2.2. Types of taping, which tapes to choose
2.3. Rules for the use of taping
2.4. Preparing for face taping
2.5. Tape removal rules
2.6. Contraindications
2.7. Brief functional anatomy of the face

Lesson 3 – Online seminar on faceplastic in small groups. Topic: Review of the exercises of the first lesson and individual training with the teacher

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Week 2
Faceplastic - Protocol for working with the neck and neckline. Techniques for the correction of trapezius muscles, platysma, and SCM. Improvement of venous outflow

Lesson 4 – Work with the neck and neckline
4.1 Correction of the trapezius muscle. Technique
4.2 Relaxation of the SCM. Technique
4.3 Twisting the neck. Technique
4.4 Relaxation and stretching of the back of the neck.
4.5 Improvement of venous outflow from the skull. Technique
4.6 Lymphatic drainage of the neck. Technique
4.7 Techniques for the correction of the neckline
4.8 Technique for correction of the platysma

Lesson 5 – Popular methods of rejuvenation. Taping
5.1. Lymphatic drainage of the face and neck (including rings of Venus)

Lesson 6 – Online seminar on faceplastic in small groups. Topic: Review of the exercises from the second lesson and individual practice with the teacher

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Week 3
Lesson 7 – Faceplastic – Correction of the cerebral skull, part 1. Work with the base of the skull and SBS. Correction of the cerebral suture

7.1 Working with the skull. Introduction
7.2 The structure of the skull. Introduction
7.3 SBS. Anatomy
7.4 Working with the base of the skull and SBS
7.5 Techniques for the diagnosis and correction of the skull and SBS
7.6 SBS. Correction of rotation
7.7 SBS. Correction of flexion (compression)
7.7 SBS. Correction of flexion (compression)
7.8 Cerebral sutures
7.9 Occipitotemporal suture. Correction
7.10 Lambdoidal suture
7.11 Pterion correction
7.12 Squamosal suture. Correction
7.13 Coronal suture. Correction
7.14 Sagittal suture. Correction

Lesson 8 – Popular methods of rejuvenation. Taping

8.1 Forehead taping (horizontal wrinkles)
8.2 Taping of the glabellar area (vertical wrinkles)
8.3 Taping of the temporal region (drainage technique)
8.4 Taping against edema in the eye area (drainage technique)
Taping wrinkles around the eyes (muscular technique)

Lesson 9 – Online seminar on faceplastic in small groups. Topic: Review of the exercises from the second lesson and individual practice with the teacher

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Week 4
Lesson 10 – Faceplastic – Correction of the cerebral skull, part 2. Correction of the temporal, occipital, parietal bones, dura mater, and cerebellar tentorium

10.1 Temporal bone. Correction
10.2 Relaxation of the occipital bone
10.3 Relaxing the neck muscles
10.4 Correction of the dura mater and cerebellar tentorium
10.5 Correction of the dura mater at the base of the skull
10.6 Parietal bones. Correction
10.7 Parietal lift
10.8 Massage of aponeurosis in the head
10.9 Technique for the traction of neck and posterior MFC Lesson
11 – Popular methods of rejuvenation. Taping
11.1. Taping of nasolabial folds (muscular and drainage technique)
11.2 Taping of the nose area (transverse wrinkle under the bridge of the nose)
11.3 Taping of masticatory muscles (jowl)

Lesson 12 – Online seminar on faceplastic in small groups. Topic: Review of the exercises from the second lesson and individual practice with the teacher
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Week 5
Lesson 13 – Faceplastic – Correction of the facial skull. Work with facial asymmetries, frontal bone, upper jaw, TMJ. Review of techniques for harmonizing facial proportions, nose correction, and lifting cheekbones.

13.1 Relaxation of the metopic suture
13.2 Flattening the frontal bone
13.3 Relaxing the bridge of the nose
13.4 Relaxation of the frontomaxillary suture
13.5 Frontal bone lift
13.6 Relaxation of the upper jaw
13.7 Extension of the upper jaw
13.8 To harmonize the face and push the maxilla forward
13.9 Lifting the cheekbone
13.10 Correcting the nose
13.11 Frontozygomatic suture
13.12 Relaxing the mandible (intraosseous pumping)
13.13 Mandibular traction

Lesson 14 – Popular methods of rejuvenation. Taping
14.1 – Taping the mouth (purse-string wrinkles)
14.2 – Chin taping (horizontal wrinkle)
14.3 – Taping the lower corners of the mouth (puppets)

Lesson 15 – Online seminar on faceplastic in small groups Topic: Review of the exercises from the second lesson and individual practice with the teacher
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Week 6
Lesson 16 – Faceplastic – Muscles of the face. Part 1. Correction of the diaphragm of the mouth, double chin, chewing muscles, and restoration of the angle of youth

16.1 Diaphragm of the mouth. Correction of the muscles of the hyoid region
16.2 Diaphragm of the mouth. Correction of the diaphragm of the mouth and muscles of the constrictors of the pharynx
16.3 Correction of the muscles of the tongue
16.4 Relaxation of the muscles of the diaphragm of the mouth and correction of a double chin
16.5 Diagnosis of masticatory muscles
16.6 Relaxing the masseter muscle
16.7 Relaxing the masseter muscle intraorally
16.8 Correction of the temporal muscle
16.9 Restoring the angle of youth
16.10 Correction of the pterygoid lateralis

Lesson 17 – Popular methods of rejuvenation. Taping

17.1. Taping of the facial oval (comprehensive work)
17.2. What rejuvenation techniques can be combined with taping

Lesson 18 – Online seminar on faceplastic in small groups Topic: Review of the exercises from the second lesson and individual practice with the teacher
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Week 7
Lesson 19 – Faceplastic – Muscles of the face. Part 2. Correction of the nasolabial fold, zygomatic and buccal muscles, depressor muscles, circular muscles of the eyes and mouth, brow wrinkles, relieving tension from the oculomotor muscles. Protocol of working with the face.

19.1 Relaxation of the muscles that lift the ala of the nose
19.2 Postisometric relaxation of the ala of the nose and upper lip muscles
19.3 Postisometric relaxation of the zygomatic minor and major muscles
19.4 Postisometric buccal relaxation
19.5 Correction of the depressor muscles
19.6 Post-isometric relaxation of the orbicularis muscle
19.7 Relaxation of the orbicular muscle of the eyes (glasses and slingshot)
19.8 Flattening the upper eyelid
19.9 Massage of the corrugator supercilii
19.10 Postisometric relaxation of the corrugator supercilii
19.11 Relaxation of the occipitofrontalis muscle
19.12 Postisometric relaxation of the oculomotor muscles

Lesson 20 – Popular methods of rejuvenation. Massage

20.1 Vacuum cup massage. Introduction. Technique with explanation.

Lesson 21 – Online seminar on faceplastic in small groups Topic: Review of the exercises from the second lesson and individual practice with the teacher

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Week 8
Lesson 22 – Popular methods of rejuvenation. Massage

22.1 "Shiatsu" acupuncture massage. Introduction. Technique with explanation.
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Week 9
Lesson 23 – Popular methods of rejuvenation. Massage

23.1 Sculptural facial massage. Introduction. Technique with explanation.
23.2 Buccal facial massage. Introduction. Technique with explanation
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Week 10
Lesson 24 – Popular methods of rejuvenation. Massage

24.1 "Asahi" Japanese massage
24.2 "Gua Sha" massage
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UNIT 2: COSMETOLOGY
Lesson 1 – Theory
1.1 Profession "Cosmetologist - esthetician"
1.1 Sanitation and hygiene in the cosmetologist profession

Lesson 2 – Theory and practice
2.1 Fundamentals of microbiology and epidemiology
2.2 Examination of the client, assessment of the skin phototype, type of aging, condition of the skin, hair, and nails of the client. Clarification of the requirements. Collection of information about home care. Recommendations for home care. Care plan.

Lesson 3 – Theory and practice
3.1 Anatomy, histology, and physiology of the human scalp
3.2 Elimination of acne in adolescents and adults. Choice of procedures. The main stages for the procedure for dealing with acne. Mechanical cleaning.

Lesson 4 – Theory and practice
4.1 Dermatology
4.2 Wrinkles and changes in the oval of the face (formation mechanism and types), swelling of facial tissues. Methods for correction by cosmetic means. Cleaning of the skin of the neck and neckline.

Lesson 5 – Theory and practice
5.1 Contagious skin and venereal diseases and measures for their prevention
5.2 Vascular pathologies of the skin (rosacea). Causes, methods of correction with cosmetics.

Lesson 6 – Theory and practice
6.1 Cosmetic defects, their prevention
6.2 Dehydration of the skin: causes and methods of restoration with cosmetics.

Lesson 7 – Theory and practice
7.1 Hygiene and cosmetic products
7.2 Pigmentation, hyperpigmentation: causes, types, methods of prevention and elimination.

Lesson 8 – Theory and practice
8.1 Phytocosmetics
8.2 Types of peelings. Rules for preparing peelings, depending on the type, methods of peeling.

Lesson 9 – Theory and practice
9.1 Ethical culture and its role in the service industry
9.2 Hair and scalp: features, causes of hair loss, types of hair loss, methods of eliminating these conditions. Healthy nails and hand skin care. Testing based on the results of the "Care cosmetology" unit
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Unit 3: PERSONAL BRAND PROMOTION
Lesson 1. Fundamentals of building a business and its operation. Infobusiness
Lesson 2. Instagram. Personal brand
Lesson 3. Advertising
Lesson 4. Website
Lesson 5. Maintaining social networks. Instagram
Lesson 6. Review of questions and homework
Lesson 7. Fundamentals of legal activities
Lesson 8. Fundamentals of accounting and bookkeeping
Lesson 9. Conclusion. Evaluating the overall structure. Scaling.

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