KO BI DO Ancien Way of Beauty – Tradition Japon !

03 Apr

Natural Facial Lifting KO BI DO – New to Institut Anca – 80.00$

The Ko Bi Do, known as Kobido or facial massage, is a branch of ANMA, a traditional Japanese massage therapy.
Its origin is uncertain and goes back to China around 7.000 years ago. It has been developed and then introduced in Japan around the beginning of 5th century AD, taking the Japanese name “Anma”.

The word “Anma” is literally translated into “pressure” (an) and “friction” (ma). Basically, it means “press and rub” that is the ancient Japanese massage Samurai used to practice to restore the body free movement through manipulative and energetic techniques aimed at recovering a physical and mental balance.

The Kobido experience was established in 1472 in Japan. The empress at the time asked for a special care to enhance and keep her beauty unchanged over the time, creating a specific treatment which was not only an exclusivity for Samurai.

SPA Institut ANCA – Institut A.Vogel Remèdes Phyto – Apothicaire – Pharmacie – Parfumerie Naturelle , Cosmétiques Bio
Anca de Cercel N.D.Holistic Beauté – Bien Être , MSST
Laval Quebec Canada
Roxboro 5 B Rue du Centre Commercial Et 1 Bureau 1
Concept Beauté – Bien Être Holistique Coach
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Posted by on April 3, 2014 in Holistic Therapies


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