1. When is it best time to practice Face Yoga?
Ideally twice a day. Immediately in the morning in bed or the bathroom. For the second time in the evening and just before bedtime.
If it is difficult to exercise in the morning or evening, exercise throughout the day! While riding a car or public transport, on a walk, while cooking, watching TV, in the shower! Try to make it a daily habit and fun at the same time. Just imagine the driver in the next car looking at you when he sees you, for example, “Bumblebee” or “Hangman” at the traffic lights at an intersection.
Life must be taken with humor and exaggeration! 😊
2. How often do I have to practice Face Yoga before I see results?
Some people see results right away, even after one workout! Most people will see results after just two weeks of practice.
3. Do I have to practice, train and perform all positions every day?
No, no, not at all. Exercise for at least 5 to 15 minutes a day. For best results, practice at least a little every day instead of one long lesson at a time. But exercise must be joy and fun, not the burden of duty.
4. How long is the endurance or duration of each pose required?
This is stated with each position description. Many represent three series of ten seconds, others can be longer or shorter.
5. Do I get wrinkles with Face Yoga?
No, you won’t.
While unconsciously repetitive movements cause unwanted wrinkles (eg, unconsciously raising eyebrows when communicating, smiling), conscious movement of facial muscles in the right way can prevent them from occurring, and even reduce wrinkles.
6. What if I can’t move some of the muscles in my face?
Practice, practice, practice! Practicing makes you a Master.
If you are not used to move certain muscles of the face, it may take a while for this movement to be conscious and visible. Trying to move certain so-called sleeping muscles is a great exercise for the brain.
7. I like to practice only some Face Yoga poses. Is it necessary to train everyone?
Practice on the areas of the face that interest you most.
However, just like exercising with the body, comprehensive facial training will give you better overall results.
8. After practicing Face Yoga, do I feel strange and unusual on my face?
It means that you move the muscles of the face that you are not used to, that you have them in your face at all.
If you still feel uncomfortable pain or an intense, strange feeling while doing Face Yoga, reduce the intensity of the exercise. Increase the load or frequency of exercise gradually.
The basic rule is: “Perceive and listen to your body.”
9. We have a genetic occurrence of a double chin in the family. Can I reverse it with Face Yoga?
Yes, sure! Your parents’ faces can be great indicators of your future face. Study what your parents look like and work on all the areas of your face that you want to edit and change. To achieve your goal, it is essential to maintain your motivation to practice Face Yoga regularly.
10. I have face-lift surgery and/or after Botox application. Can I still practice Face Yoga?
Yes. One of the benefits of Face Yoga is the ability to practice it and combine it with other facial treatments. Besides, Face Yoga is a natural way without any additives or invasive interventions.
However, Botox suppresses the movements of the facial muscles, so it can be difficult to move the right muscles during Face Yoga.
If you feel extreme discomfort, stop exercising and consult your doctor on how to proceed.
11. It is important to drink plenty of water for healthy skin. Sometimes I don’t have time to drink the recommended volume of water. I also don’t like to drink before bed, because I often have to go to the toilet at night. So, what should I do differently?
Try to add flavors to the water. I like warm or even hot water with a slice of lemon, or cold water with sliced cucumbers in summer.
If you go to the toilet too often, try drinking warm to hot water before going to bed and notice how it affects you. Warm water is more easily absorbed by the body than cold water, which the body must heat to body temperature. And this is also one of the consequences of the urge to run to the toilet at night.
12. Is it better to do several poses with Face Yoga every day or to practice all positions, for example, every other day?
Your success with Face Yoga depends on daily practicing. If you do not use the muscles on your face, you will lose them again. It is better to do several positions every day than once in a while all the positions. Create your daily routine, which consists of your favorite poses, so that the efforts of taking care of your face remain in a great development.
13. When I started practicing Face Yoga, the amazing results immediately showed me! Now, after three months, I don’t see any change. What to do differently?
This is a great indication that facial exercise works for you! As with physical exercises from the neck to the ankles, your muscles on your face strengthen. At this point, you can add another challenge in the form of longer endurance in a position, increasing the number of repetitions, adding positions to your lesson, or trying positions that are challenging for you, and even the exact positions you have subconsciously avoided.
The exercises that are most difficult for us are often the ones that our faces need exactly the most.
14. Do I have to continue to practice Face Yoga even after I achieve the desired results?
Yes! As with the whole body, it is appropriate and necessary to continue practicing Face Yoga poses to maintain the results achieved. After training for some time, your face can make specific movements of the facial muscles, making them easier to perform and you can exercise anytime and anywhere (and without the necessary mirror in front of your face in the beginning). Even if you do something else, such as driving a car, walking in nature, or cooking. There are no limits to the flexibility and creativity of practicing Face Yoga.
15. I sometimes feel pain or discomfort in certain positions. What to do differently?
Please perceive and listen to your body and face. You may need to slow down the exercise or do fewer repetitions. Also, make sure you breathe deeply while concentrating on the muscles you use to perform poses while resting. Perceive your inner sight, but also the voice of your body. Talk to your body.
If pain or discomfort persists, stop performing the pose completely. If necessary, seek the advice and opinion of a doctor or specialist.
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