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By Columnist Julie Rammal – International Celebrity Personal Trainer, Yoga and Pilates Pro:


Photo credit: The fountain. She knows what you are thinking. via photopin (license)

Mirror, mirror on the wall, tell me who is the most beautiful of them all? You are! Wait, do not over stretch your smile because you just used around 26 facial muscles! The face is an amazing creature, it can transmit messages, and is the house of all your emotions. Did you know, it can produce around 20 different expressions!

Say Goodbye Devil and Hello Angel

The key to having the angel’s look is to understand how to use your face, re-vitalize and maintain it, think like an angel, and protect it from stress and those incomplete unstable crazy free radicals.

Step 1

First, stress and free radicals are your beauties’ biggest enemies so avoid tension, smoking, drugs, pollution, and UV radiation.

Step 2

Secondly, play around with your facial muscles.  For example, try to lift your right cheek upwards 20x without moving other facial muscles. Try the left cheek. Can you wiggle out all of your facial muscles? Now add a drop of almond or organic coconut oil to the palms of your hands and gently massage your entire face. Breathe in deeply for one minute, and then make a surprised look by opening your eyes and releasing all of your facial expressions (especially your forehead). Did you feel that facial stretch? Perform 10-20x/day to release facial tension.

Step 3

Thirdly, didn’t Popeye say eat your spinach? Load up on the green and yellow anti-wrinkle veggies. Eat berries, pomegranate, nuts, ginger, cabbage, grapefruits, oatmeal, and oranges. Start loving your anti-aging vitamins: A, B, C, E, F, zinc, and copper.

Step 4

Fourthly, say goodbye to negative devil thoughts and replace them with positive. Remember, positive attracts positive. Now take a selfie, and during the next 3-months truly believe you are forever young. Compare your second selfie 3-months from now. Miracles do exist you just have to believe in them!

Step 5

Now for final pose, yoga’s savasana. This is an amazing powerful restorative, healing, relaxing and anti-stress exercise. Animals do it all the time! Just play dead by lying down on your back and let go of everything. You might want to put calming nature sounds to release bodily and facial tension. During this pose observe your breath and use your it to release every muscle starting from your face to your toes. Rest for 5-7 minutes.

You’re a star and your face is amazing, start loving and honoring it and it will give you that miraculous glowing look. Need a halo?

About Our Alternative Complimentary Medicine News and Review Columnist

Julie RammalJulie Rammal is an International Celebrity Personal Trainer, Yoga and Pilates Pro, and a leading holistic fitness and Ayurvedic practitioner. She has trained some of the biggest stars and Royal families in the middle east. Therefore, it is no wonder she is called, “The Middle East Princess of Holistic Fitness.”

Growing-up in over 40 countries, Julie has helped thousands of people to find themselves by connecting back to their body and mind. Her diverse fitness background in: Aerobics, dance, gymnastics, Pilates and  Yoga have led her to create the first holistic fitness dvd that focuses on changing, connecting, and training the body and mind together in a 2-week program to make you younger, firmer, and slimmer! Her recently produced DVD, “IN LIGHT OF CHANGE” (52 minutes, www.jsport.co) was a huge hit seller.

Julie demonstrates a variety of fitness moves inspired by aerobics, primal movements, stretching, Yoga and Pilates. She honors the mind and body. Julie focuses on spreading her messages of natural holistic fitness, health, and motivation to inspire our current and next generation to connect to a healthier and naturally fitter, stress free population.

Disclaimer: The information published in this column are based on the author’s own professional and personal knowledge, and opinion. This information and opinion is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment of any manner. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding any medical condition and consult a qualified medical professional before beginning any nutritional program or exercise program. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on InShape News.

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