Here's How You Can Learn How to Give a Zen Cryolift Facial

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Cheryl Miller, owner of Zen Institute (Ortig, WA), announced her new training program for the Zen Cryolift Facial has been published on Salon Gurus. The course is for experienced estheticians and massage therapists to bring her “Lift and Lock” signature technique into the treatment room.

The advanced massage uses cryoglobes that are filled with frozen jelly to lift, tone, stimulate cell rejuvenation, improve skin tone balance, lock in essential nutrients, lower vascular and reactive conditions, arrest inflammatory response, and flush out lymphatic toxins when combined with steam. According to Miller, this facial is extremely versatile, so it can be used during any portion of the treatment. The Zen Cryolift Facial works well as a complement to the Zen Facelift Facial, which Miller does on Salon Gurus as well. 

"It is especially effective in any anti-aging series to ‘re-educate’ muscle memory to improve tensile strength,” says Miller. “I call it fitness for your face.” 

The course doesn’t require any pre-requisites, but those who are interested will need a pair of cryoglobes. In the course, students will receive course handouts, participate in Q & A, learn particular movements using cryoglobes, watch an instructional video in high-definition, and understand the benefits of using cyroglobe therapy. In order to receive a certificate of completion, students will also have to take a summative test online, submit a two-minute video of themselves demonstrating the Zen Cryolift Facial to the instructor, and, most importantly, fully complete the online course. 

Right now, the course can be purchased online as a bundle with the Zen Facelift Facial for $209, saving students $109. Otherwise, the Zen Cryolift Facial is $139 independently. 

Miller has extensive history as a group fitness instructor, esthetician, and massage therapist, and has become highly respected in the massage and esthetic industries as an educator. She enjoys any style of teaching, whether it is online or hands-on, and is known for doing what it takes to make it an effective learning experience for her students. 

“Teaching unique and effective techniques that combine elements from fitness, massage, and skincare to holistically minded-business and savvy entrepreneurs hungry for knowledge and seeking to elevate their practice is what I love to do," says Miller.

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