Natural Slimming Techniques

Blog Posted on September 7, 2009 : Bryan Lao-Shi slimming method 

Sunflower Slimming Oil
This blend not only slim but helps to detox and tone body. It can be used on stomach, thigh and hands. Oil is even more effective than serum and helps to smoothen skin. When combined with the following massage, it can also help to overcome BLOATED STOMACH PROBLEMS AND DIGESTIVE PROBLEM. The oil helps to remove water retention and fats cell, remove toxic from body systems.

Ingredients: Certified Organic Sunflower oil, Sweet Fennel Oil, Holy Cypress Oil, J.Juniper Berry oil. Etc…
The mixture also helps to figh vericose VEINs. (those green veins at legs)

Method A: Intensive tummy slimming shaping 
Massage stomach with the oil 54 times clockwise while lying down on bed.
Followed by pressing the following points:
Press each acupressure point (as indicated in the diagram).

For each point, press 6 sec (hold it) than release repeat 30 times.

Point A: Four fingers above navel (as shown below improve digestion and body energy too).
Point B: Two fingers beside navel to remove fats and water retention.
Point C: Four fingers below navel to remove bloatedness.

Method B: Well Define Lines
Apply SunFlower oil on tummy: Lie flat on bed:
Picture 1: Massage tummy clockwise 54 times.
Picture 2: Push downwards with 10 fingers 30 times(starting position shown to end position below navel)
Picture 3: To have 2 sexy lines, use thumb and glide downwards 30 times.

Method C: Yoga Method
As illustrated in this picture, lift legs from position 1 to 4, 4 to 1 slowly. Helps in slimming and digestion. Must breathe IN slowly from 1 to 4. Then breathe out from 4 to 1 slowly.
One set is 20 times. Super power to align stomach Qi and Indigestion.

Method D: Kwa Sa method
Apply oil to tummy and use Kwa Sa plate to kwa from above navel to below navel of tummy 40 times downwards.

Slimming Soup Recipes:
排骨300g,玉米须 20 g, 冬瓜(连皮)500克,赤小豆60克,葱头5个,煲汤,不放盐。 赤小豆、冬瓜煲瘦排骨汤功效:补脾、利水、消肿,其作用为补脾而不留邪,利水而不伤正气。

Blog Posted on June 24, 2008 : Slimming 3 

I was busy with my workshops for the past few consecutive days and I didn’t realised my work was being featured in today’s Wan Bao again. Thanks Kemmy for scanning the picture. I am really touched to have so many helping hands lately.

Let me introduce a special scrub to all of you today. It can help to cleanse emotion, awaken mind as well as smoothen skin. I strongly enourage all of you to try even if you do not have any aroma oil. Just give it a shot. Try at least once with plain sea salt. You will know what I meant by smooth and comfy. Adding of aroma oil is optional for emotional properties and detoxification purposes.

250 gram fine sea salt, 1 stalk of fresh Rosemary herb, 4 drops Rosemary oil, 2 drops Lavendula Vera, 4 drops Lemon, 2 drops Rose Geranium. Mix into 10ml ricebran oil. Pour this mixture into salt. Store in a nice glass bottle.

In the States, there is a service whereby an aromatherapist will prescribe a bottle salt for people to oversome stress and emotion. There are many recipes in my Beauty black book. This is one I would like to share. You can blend this for your friends or as a gift. Label it with their name. It will be a very thoughtful and sweet gift 🙂 I call this blend ‘Clarity’.

In terms of Yin and Yang, this blend helps to balance our Liver. It is cleansing and will help to reduce anger. Hope you enjoy this findings. I have so many things to share but the space here is too small 🙁

Rosemary is the most useful plant, after lavender, of the Lamiaceae family, which has long been used in medicine and religious rituals. The use of Rosemary can be traced back to thousands of years ago in ancient Egypt, where it was used as a scared plant in tombs and was believed to strengthen memory. It was also known to the early Greeks as an “incense bush”, who burnt the plant on their shrines. Today, Rosemary is mainly cultivated for marinating food and beverages. Essential oil of Rosemary is obtained by steam distillation of the silver-green needle shaped leaves or sometimes the flower tips.

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