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The Multireflexology diagrams

International School of Multireflexology - Dien Chan

The original method of facial reflexology.

Multireflexology is complex but not complicated!

The diagrams of reflection were drawn by Pr. Bùi Quôc Châu to represent the human body on the face.
Pr. Châu established at first the map of the 257 fixed points from which he deducts in 1984 the diagrams of reflection.
These charts are also based on symbolic and æsthetic concepts. For example, the diagram of Tai-Qi divides the face by following a curve which reminds the symbol of the yin and the yang. Really, the face is divided in two parts by the vertical median straight line that passes down on the nose. We notice that the effects of the stimulations of the right-hand side are yang when on the contrary those of the left-hand side are yin.
In the same way, the diagram of the extremities on the face represents the yang body with a red man on the stomach and the yin body as a blue woman on the back. In spite of these representations, we do not have to take into account the sex for our treatments.

In the history of the medicine, there is already a large number of therapies which lean on the principle of projection and look like Multireflexology - Dien Chan at first sight. Although based also on the reflexology principle, Dien Chan has a multi-directional character, while the classic projections have only a unique dimension on a plane surface.
To use correctly the multireflex tools we look for the most sensitive points or zones on the chosen diagram of reflection.
The in-depth study of the diagrams allows us to understand and memorize the fixed points of the Dien Chan map.
The multiplicity of the diagrams of reflection seems complicated, because often they overlap, but they articulate and complement between them. The diagrams of reflection establish the basis on which lean the particular theories of Dien Chan.

Extremities on the face

Extremities on the face

‘Yin-yang diagram’

This diagram contains two projections of the body on the face.
The yang body is represented by a red man, face down, with his head in the lower half of the forehead. His hands seize the temples of the face, his back covers the nose, and his legs cover the ears and mouth. His knees coincide with the corners of the mouth, his heels join beneath the lower lip, and his toes are spread across the chin.
The yin version is represented by a blue woman whose head occupies the whole central area of the forehead. The trunk coincides with that of the yang representation but the hands emerge from the cheekbones, with the thumbs situated at the point where the nostrils meet the cheeks. The ring and little fingers reach the corner of the mouth. The feet of the blue woman extend the man’s foot area over the lower jaw. The face of the yin representation serves to treat numerous disorders involving the eyes, nose, ears and mouth.

Multireflex tools recommended to work on this diagram:

Multireflex tools recommended to work on this diagram: nº128 Multireflex tools recommended to work on this diagram: nº206

Pointers

The interactive diagram
Extremities, back, face and neck on the face

Extremities, back, face and neck on the face

‘Penfield’

This diagram projects the full body in a position inspired by Dr Penfield’s cortical homunculus. Pr. Châu discovered that many points on this map perfectly describe the correlation between parts of the anatomy and the diagram.
The representation is symmetrical.
The foot is situated at the root of the eyebrow. Rising vertically are the leg, the knee, the thigh and, just beneath the hairline, the hip.
The shoulder is situated at the corner of the hairline, and the arm continues to the temple.
The fingers spread out across the top of the temple.
The narrow space between the hand and the eye in the diagram defines the nape area.
The face is projected in front of the external ear. The eye lies at the point where the ear meets the cranium when the throat is situated where the bottom of the earlobe meets the jaw.
The nose and the mouth in this diagram are located in front of the tragus, on the face.

Multireflex tools recommended to work on this diagram:

Multireflex tools recommended to work on this diagram: nº128 Multireflex tools recommended to work on this diagram: nº206

Pointers

The interactive diagram
Internal organs on the face

Internal organs on the face

‘Viscera’

The multireflexology diagram if the internal organs on the face serves to rebalance and treat a great many disorders.
As well as being very effective in the treatment of imbalances directly related to a particular organ, we can use it to reactivate the energy flow according to the principles of traditional Chinese medicine.
In-depth study of the diagram allows us to interpret blemishes and marks on the face.
Chan’beauté combines the yin and yang effects of stimulating treatment with functional knowledge of each organ to obtain far-reaching, lasting results.
We can stimulate each reflexology area with the detector or with the roller or little hammer.

Multireflex tools recommended to work on this diagram:

Multireflex tools recommended to work on this diagram: nº101 Multireflex tools recommended to work on this diagram: nº252

Pointers

The interactive diagram
Body and head in the face profile

Body and head in the face profile

‘Rodin’

This diagram takes its nickname from The Thinker by the sculptor Auguste Rodin and is symmetrical.
The diagram is situated by locating first the jaw joint (the shoulders of the diagram) and the masseter muscle of the jaw (for the hips).
The back is projected in front of the ear on the jaw.
This diagram illustrates the multireflexology similarity that exists between the knee and the elbow, which meet on the side face of the zygomatic bone.
The whole hand holds the head of the diagram and is situated on the temple of our face.
The feet of the diagram complete, on the lower jaw, the bottom part of the diagram of the extremities.
Very good results are obtained by rolling or tapping each one of these areas.

Multireflex tools recommended to work on this diagram:

Multireflex tools recommended to work on this diagram: nº430 Multireflex tools recommended to work on this diagram: nº207

Pointers

The interactive diagram
Heart and brain on the face

Heart and brain on the face

‘Shen’

This diagram combines the reflection of the heart on the face with the reflection of the two frontal lobes of the brain on the forehead.
It is based on the relation between the brain and the heart in traditional Chinese medicine. We use it to calm and stabilize tachycardia, insomnia, restlessness and recovery of consciousness after fainting.
Rolling the left of the forehead provides a yin effect to the brain; it calms and helps combat bad dreams.
Avoid stimulating points 34 and 3 in the event of cardiac fatigue.

Multireflex tools recommended to work on this diagram:

Multireflex tools recommended to work on this diagram: nº101 Multireflex tools recommended to work on this diagram: nº128

Pointers

Female reproductive system on the face

Female reproductive system on the face

‘Female’

Projection of the female reproductive system on the face. The eyes reflect the ovaries, the eyebrows the fallopian tubes, the nose the uterus and the upper lip the vagina.
A very useful diagram for treating many female disorders.
Rolling along the eyebrows helps to unblock the fallopian tubes and treat fertility problems. Stimulation around the mouth treats both vaginal dryness and fungal infections.
This diagram explains inflammation around the eyes that may appear during ovarian activity. Gently stimulate the area under the eyes to relieve painful periods.
For example, to stimulate the libido, roll the upper lip with a yang tool for 2 minutes a day.

Multireflex tools recommended to work on this diagram:

Multireflex tools recommended to work on this diagram: nº307 Multireflex tools recommended to work on this diagram: nº219

Pointers

The interactive diagram
Yin-yang division of the face

Yin-yang division of the face

‘Tai chi’

Inspired by the yin-yang symbol, Professor Bùi Quôc Châu clinically proved that stimulation on the left half of the face produces yin effects whereas, on the right half, it produces yang effects.
This diagram allows us to amplify the desired effects when applying a formula of points or carrying out facial stimulation. Choose which side to work on according to the desired effect.

The curve in the diagram is for aesthetic purposes; the vertical division of the face coincides with the line down the middle.

Multireflex tools recommended to work on this diagram:

Multireflex tools recommended to work on this diagram: nº128 Multireflex tools recommended to work on this diagram: nº133

Pointers

The interactive diagram
Brain on the face

Brain on the face

‘Cranial nerves’

Diagram of the central nervous system on the face. The projection of the right hemisphere, where the emotional content is located (yin), is situated on the left side of the face.
Conversely, the left hemisphere, the rational (yang) side, is projected on the right side of the face.
The projection of the cerebellum coincides with the cheeks and the pituitary gland is set in the space between the eyebrows (point 26).
This diagram offers many solutions to complex disorders associated with the cranial nerves. We usually work with the detector on the points that correspond to each cranial nerve.
For example, to treat loss of the sense of smell, we stimulate BQCpoint 197 on the forehead, which reflects the olfactory nerve. To regulate secretions or treat hearing disorders, we stimulate BQCpoint 5, which reflects facial nerve no. 7. This cranial nerve controls movements of the facial muscles and the secretion of saliva and tears, as well as sensibility of the ear and of part of the tongue.

+info at: cranial.multireflex.com

Multireflex tools recommended to work on this diagram:

Multireflex tools recommended to work on this diagram: nº101 Multireflex tools recommended to work on this diagram: nº128

Pointers

The interactive diagram
The school

The school

study multireflexology

The school +info: www.multireflexology.com
Chan’beauté

Chan’beauté

therapeutic æsthetic

Chan’beauté

Chan’beauté is a natural method that synthesizes therapeutic knowledge such as Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) with modern medicine, without using needles or other invasive techniques.

Multireflex tools gently stimulate the blood and lymphatic micro-circulation of the dermis and epidermis offering a quick and effective result without ever damaging the skin.

In addition to studying and using the diagrams of Multireflexology, Chan’beauté offers the opportunity for Beauticians to talk to their client to find the internal origin of an imbalance which could be an accelerating factor of the facial imperfection. By encompassing this therapeutic dimension the results of their treatment become deeper and more sustainable.

Depending on the imperfection Therapists, to complete a Multireflexolgy treatment and Beauticians, to add the therapeutic dimension to their service are able to design treatments for their client who appreciate his or her personalized care and share their satisfaction with friends and colleagues.

+info: www.chanbeaute.com
The catalog

The catalog

of therapeutic tools

The catalog

High quality and sustainable handicraft , they allow fast and complementary results both for the healthcare professionals and those of the natural esthetics.
The multireflex tools are made of collected natural horn from the traditional farming. No animal suffered or is brought up for its horn.
By reactivating the blood and lymphatic microcirculation, we rebalance the energy flow thanks to their effects dispersing agents, refreshing, moisturizing (yin) and their faculties to channel, to tone up, to warm, to dry (yang).

In Chan'beauté —the technique of multireflexology esthetic— we use the tools of Dien Chan with yin effects to irrigate, hydrate and drain. They are very effective when we wish to realize a care implying cold.
Tools with stimulating effects, heating and drying are considered yang. They are provided with spikes ball which do not damage the skin. Detectors as well as mini-brushes are also considered yang while rakes allow yin effects extremely relaxing.
In Chan'beauty we use yang tools to distribute physical liquids and tone up.

The multireflex tools are beautiful useful and practical objects in consultation and also to have them on one permanently. They allow us to obtain very good results by combining their effects according to the care.

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Faceasit’clinic

Faceasit’clinic

interactive App

Faceasit’clinic

Dien Chan entered by the main entrance of the new technologies with Faceasit'clinic. The interactive application able to build in real time an infinity of protocols of care in facial reflexology.

Self-treatment as the support to the pupils was never so easy. From the anatomy and then completing with the most appropriate symptom, Faceasit offer 100% of the formulae of bqc·points as well as pointers on the use of the advised multireflex tools.
Faceasit is also capable to propose a map of reflex zones outcome of the multireflexology; various diagrams of Dien Chan.

In the same way, we can study the technique. Better than an on-line course, Faceasit allows you to understand the multiple diagrams of projection on the face and the relations which exist between the fixed points and them.

Faceasit'clinic is the best therapeutic and educational instrument to help you to build personalized formulae and to keep the history of every client. We can also share our protocols by e-mail to help our consultants to continue the treatment.

With the guarantee and the seriousness of the International School of Multireflexology - Dien Chan (EiMDC) as quality security, we invite you to discover Faceasit on your iPad by testing its free version.

+info: en.Faceasit.com
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