About Face Yoga
Get real results - naturally.
Face yoga: facial stretches, exercises, and postures that help us regain and preserve a youthful and desirable appearance. This empowering practice can be incorporated into anyone's self-care plan, across any and all ages, genders, and abilities.
These techniques can change the shape of the face and can help the body maintain optimal posture.
A mindful face yoga practice helps in sending beneficial chemical messengers to our brains which can help uplift our mood and ease tension.
Past Education & Teaching Experience
De Anza College, Child Development Certification
Teacher's Assistant, Good Samaritan Preschool
Syracuse University, Renee Crown Honors Program
Barnard College, Columbia University, Chemistry BA
Organic Chemistry Teacher's Assistant
Imperial College London, MRes Catalysis Chemistry
PhD candidate Organometallic chemistry
Undergraduate Research Mentor
Undergraduate Laboratory Demonstrator
Face and Bodywork Experience
Koko Face Yoga Instructor Certification
Yoga Nidra Meditation Training
200h Hatha Raja Vinyasa Certification
10h Forrest Yoga Continued Education Training
My face yoga practice began when I starting seeing (what I thought was) 'ageing' and expression lines in my face. Within a few short weeks, I started seeing results almost immediately.
More importantly, I began to notice a profound shift in my state of mind as the muscle-knots and tension melted away from my face.
How could I keep this secret to myself any longer? Why is this method not being used? We exercise and massage our bodily muscles and tissues–when did we forget our faces?
I was trained to teach the Koko Face Yoga method, developed and taught by celebrity face yogi Koko Hayashi. From my research, Koko's method is highly effective– giving quick and often drastic results, and (unlike most other face yoga methods) minimises damage to the delicate tissues in our faces. Crucially, this method prioritises the ultimate face-perfecting gamechanger: Face Posture®.
Face yoga is virtually unknown in our society and so my aim is to help spread the knowledge of face yoga far and wide. My goal is to make face yoga accessible and easily incorporated into our often chaotic lifestyles. I intend to promote a message of self-awareness and empowerment.