Gua Sha Tutorial: Advanced Techniques for the Face and Neck

Gua Sha is a traditional Chinese healing method, which is recent years, has become really popular for the face and neck.

“Gua” means scrape.
“Sha” means sand.

This treatment involves “scraping” (in massage, we’ll call it stroking) a flat jade stone over the skin to stimulate lymphatic drainage and blood circulation, relax the nervous system, relieve tension from stiff muscles and improve tissue functioning.

I have compiled a series of Gua Sha tutorials, which I have added below. You can choose which tutorial is best for you based on your unique, specific needs. The advanced techniques are the same techniques that I use in my professional Holistic Facial Treatments.

Basic Gua Sha Routine for the Face and Neck

Advanced Gua Sha for Neck Rejuvenation

Advanced Gua Sha for Puffy Eyes

Full Advanced Gua Sha Routine for the Face and Neck

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About Rachel Devine

I’m a Holistic Skin Therapist, Germanic Healing Knowledge Practitioner, Somatic Healing Therapist and a Breathwork Coach. I am here to help you deeply understand and nurture your skin, discover the biological root causes of your skin symptoms, and then guide you to ignite your inner-healing. I’ve been through my own deep healing journey for the past decade. I am now certified in many of the holistic healing modalities that I’ve used to heal my own skin and body. By working with me, I’ll help you deeply connect to your body, so that you can better understand your skin and then heal it for good, naturally.