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


Mirror mirror on the wall, tell me I am the prettiest of them all. When was the last time that you told yourself “I am beautiful?” Beauty stars your face is alive, and it loves to be nourished, cared for, and loved.

Let’s get glowing with 10 super tips and an exclusive royal facial massage

1.Shake the facial tension out

Make funny expressions for 1-2 minutes then wash your face with cool water.

2. Breathe

Slowly inhale the beauty and vitality and exhale negative thoughts for 1-2  minutes.

3. Be stress-free

Avoid stress and train your face to stay calm when negative emotions such as: worriedness, anger, and frustration creep in.

4. Exercise holistically

Move, honor and train your body naturally to decrease stress, detox, improve oxygen and blood flow, so that you create a healthier radiant you.

5. Drink more water

Drink water with ph level 7.0 +

6. Think positive and love yourself

Compliment your face daily. Yes, you are gorgeous!

7. Love your colors

Your cells receive and radiate colors. Hang around yellow to brighten your soul. Orange to stimulate the building of new tissue. Magenta to strengthen circulation, and harmonize emotions.  Turquoise, is great to regenerate the skin. Red, will activate vitality, metabolism and digestion.

8. Go green and nuts

Eat green veggies and nuts such as flaxseeds and almonds.

9. Anti-aging yoga pose

Lie down on your back and put your legs up the wall for 1- 3 minute daily.

10. Perform your Royal Facial Massage

This massage (see below) will open and unblock marma points (vital life force energy points) and can be used anywhere at any time.

Royal Facial Massage

1. Preparation – Wash your face with cool water and pat dry. Neutralize all facial expressions.

Mirror mirror2. Anti-stress massage – Slowly massage the center point between eyebrows with your index and middle finger. 10 times anti-clockwise and 10 times clockwise.

3. Anti-wrinkle eye massage – Using your index and middle finger, gently massage your temples. 10 times anti-clockwise and 10 times clockwise. This will help remove fine lines at the end of your eyes.

4. Anti-wrinkle mouth massage – Using your index finger gently massage the corners of your mouth 10 times anti-clockwise and 10 times clockwise. This will help remove fine lines around the mouth.

5. Affirmation – End your massage by affirming to yourself “I am beautiful. I love my face. I will care and feed myself everything that only my mouth can taste.”

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, 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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