AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine


Facial Rejuvenation

Acupuncture Acupressure Facial Rejuvenation
with Susan Krieger
May 17-18


Professional: $275 | After April 11th $325
: $235

This dynamic, 2-day workshop, with internationally renowned practitioner and presenter Susan Krieger, L.Ac. MS, will provide hands-on training, knowledge and skills for Acupuncture/Acupressure Facial Rejuvenation Treatments with a strong emphasis on practical applications.

We will integrate special Facial Acupressure techniques, using organic non-scented cream and a herbal lotion, as well as external Qi-Gong and Palpation techniques to enhance and renew Facial Vitality and for Anti-Aging, while strengthening the receiver’s root Qi energy.

You will learn and practice a dynamic, easy to administer, effective method of enhancing the glow and clarity of the facial features.  We will be lifting sagging areas, toning the skin, clearing unwanted lines and furrows, stimulating collagen, blood and qi to rejuvenate the face and the internal systems.

The knowledge and skills gained will allow participants to treat the following cosmetic conditions confidently and effectively; Lines and Wrinkles, Enlarged Pores, Acne Scarring, Discoloration, Dull complexion, Dryness, Sagging and Loss of Muscle Tone, Puffy Eyes, Sagging Neck.

We will explore the fundamentals of Ageing in Chinese Medicine; Organs and body Fluids, Inflammation, dietary Influences, Heat and Dryness and other factors such as Environmental Damage, Importance of Lifestyle, Diet, etc.   

See your patients leave your office looking and feeling fabulous!


1 Apply Hands on techniques of Acupuncture Facial Rejuvenation Treatment based on Oriental Medicine Practices.

2 Apply Knowledge of the Principles of Facial Rejuvenation Treatment from Oriental Medicine Principles.

3 Develop Confidence and skill in integrating acupressure and Qi-Gong for Acupuncture Facial Rejuvenation Treatment.

4 Identify the most appropriate Facial Rejuvenation Treatment to be administered for each patient through Discussion, Observation and Palpation.