- Talma Gotteiner
David Kunik: Where to Get A Chinese Facial Massage Near Tel-Aviv or Learn How to Give One
I am happy to share with you some information about a Chinese facial massage that I underwent at a private holistic clinic. David Kunik is a renowned Chinese medicine expert, a senior lecturer and currently a professional teacher at Reidman College. He has successfully treated people from all over the country for over 20 years and has developed a special massage technique based on traditional Chinese medicine. By using a neck and scalp massage and Chinese vacuum cups, the blood flows to the face blurring fatigue lines and improves the appearance of the skin. He also teaches a course on his technique to other holistic professionals.
Above: David Kunik
David Kunik was in the first class of students to graduate from Reidman College's Chinese medicine track. After graduating with honors, he specialized in the Chengdu University Hospital in China and since then has taught hundreds of students in Israel various disciplines of Chinese medicine, including Chinese Tuina (Chinese physiotherapy), acupuncture and Chinese medicinal herbs. David specializes in treating joint problems and orthopedics, as well as treating internal diseases. He has recently developed a breakthrough method based on traditional Chinese medicine in the field of facial and neck massage, and is currently teaching a new course to holistic cosmetologists and therapists.
Over the years he has become a sought-after mentor in his field for many therapists and students, who come to learn from him at the Reidman College and receive inspiration and knowledge.
Above: Before Therapy
David has a private clinic near Tel-Aviv, where many patients from Israel and abroad come for treatment. His patients include people from all walks of life including rabbis, businessmen whose dynamic lives lead them to spend a lot of time in flights to actors and singers who need to look and feel their best before performances.
Above: The Private Clinic
The head&neck massage that he developed is based on a traditional technique that has existed for thousands of years in Chinese medicine, which he continued to develop on his own. The massage begins at the base of the neck and moves up to the face and scalp. David uses a gentle organic oil for the massage followed by treatment with special Chinese vacuum cups that increase the blood flow to the face. The treatment lasts about 30-40 minutes. It improves the appearance of the skin, removes signs of fatigue and boosts the energy and vitality of the expression. David said that patients undergoing this massage reported a feeling of uplifting and satisfaction from the glowing look that was achieved. You can see for yourself the after treatment ruddiness indicating the improved blood flow to my face. I can just add that the treatment was very pleasant and time flew by.
Above: After the Massage
As mentioned earlier, David is teaching a professional course on his technique that is suitable for cosmetologists, physiotherapists and physicians who wish to expand their holistic education. The course includes theoretical study as well as technical practice. A certificate is issued at the end of the course.
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