Dien Chan Multireflexology

Professor Bùi Quoc Châu studied the face and it's relationship with the body as a whole while he practised facial acupuncture at a drug addiction centre in Saigon at the beginning of the 1980s. He projected various diagrams of the body onto the face and tested how applying pressure to points on those diagrams impacted the related parts of the body. He used the diagrams in conjunction with his in-depth knowledge of eastern medicine, acupuncture and western medicine.

The diagrams used in Dien Chan are based on corresponding shapes of the body. For example, the bridge of the nose corresponds with the spinal column; the eyebrows with the arms; the lip area with the legs; and the chin with the feet. Various Dien Chan tools are used to stimulate the relevant areas.

Chan'beauté

Wrinkles, freckles, dimples, scars or moles can be an indication of possible internal imbalances and of present or past weaknesses in the body. Chan'beauté was developed to add a therapeutic dimension to aesthetic treatments. Dien Chan tools, techniques and diagrams can be used to reduce signs of aging, physical illness, exposure to chemicals, poor nutrition,  poor circulation or stress. They have also been found to be very effective in treating cellulite deposits in various areas of the body.
Back to Reflexology