Training Equilibre Anti-âge


Anti-aging balance training – 20 minutes for your beauty Place your fingers on the temples and
slightly stretch the skin upward. Look straight ahead and open your eyes
by contracting the upper eyelids. Hold on the contraction 1 second and then release. Repeat 30 times. Only your upper eyelids should move. Open your eyes wide while stretching the skin
outward with your fingers. Keep your forehead and eyebrows relaxed. 10 movements left 🙂 Now direct your gaze towards your knees, and open your eyes
by contracting the upper eyelids. Repeat 30 times. Hold on the contraction 1 second and then release. Keep your forehead and whole face relaxed. Open your eyes as much as possible while keeping
your eyebrows perfectly still. 10 movements left 🙂 Imagine 2 points in the middle of your upper and lower lip, and open your mouth by drawing a large oval. Place an index finger on the top of each cheekbone and
smile with the corners of lips then release. Repeat the movement 45 times. Stretch your lips to cover the teeth. Push the corners of lips as high and as far as possible. The index fingers do not move, but are put in motion
by zygomatic muscles. Remember to keep your upper lip stretched on the teeth. Stretch the corners of the lips toward the ears
as far as possible at each movement. 10 movements left 🙂 Lips closed, smile as much as you can without discovering the teeth. Place the hand flat on the base of your neck and then
firmly stretch the skin toward the chest. Slowly tilt your head back and direct your gaze
toward the top of skull. Remove the hand from your neck and count to 3. Return to the initial position and repeat the movement 15 times. Direct your gaze to the top of your head when
you are toppling your head back. Keep lips stretched into a wide smile for the whole
duration of movement. You should feel the muscle that raises up
toward the chin and gains in density. Keep your forehead and whole face relaxed. Keep the lips stretched in a wide smile,
without discovering the teeth. Hold on the skin at the basis of neck
when you tilt the head back. You should feel the muscle that raises up
toward the chin and gains in density. Keep the lips stretched in a wide smile,
without discovering the teeth. You should feel the muscle that raises up
toward the chin and gains in density. 5 movements left 🙂 Open the mouth while covering the teeth
with your upper and lower lips. Direct your gaze to the top of the face and smile
with the lips commissures. While pulling your shoulders back, push your face forward. Like a figure at the bow of a boat, stand still. Feel the stretching of the muscles of neck and low of cheeks. Hold on the contraction until you feel a slight feeling
of warmth on the sides of face. Stretch the corners of the lips toward the top of the face. When you feel this heat, count up to 30. Remember to stretch the corners of the lips toward the ears. Hold on the contraction by stretching the corner of lips
as far as possible towards the top of the face. Another 5 seconds 🙂 Release and blow through your tighten lips. Imagine 2 points in the middle of your lips and
open the mouth by drawing a large oval. Cover the teeth with your lips while slightly reducing
the diameter of the oval. Hold on the contraction until you feel a slight feeling
of warmth around lips. Focus your attention on stretching your upper lip
both downward and outward the face. Hold on the contraction for another 25 seconds, let’s go! 5 seconds left! Release by blowing through your lips and redo the movement. Hold on the contraction by stretching your lips
both downward and outward of face. This time we hold for 30 seconds, let’s go! Focus your attention on stretching your upper lip
both downward and outward the face. 15 seconds left! Stretch your smile towards the ears and your upper lip
as far as possible downward of the face. Another 5 seconds 🙂 Release by blowing through your lips. Place your fingers on the temples and
slightly stretch the skin upward. Look straight ahead and open your eyes
by contracting the upper eyelids. Hold on the contraction 1 second and then release. Repeat 30 times. Only your upper eyelids should move. Open your eyes wide while stretching the skin
outward with your fingers. Keep your forehead and eyebrows relaxed. 10 movements left 🙂 Now direct your gaze towards your knees, and open your eyes
by contracting the upper eyelids. Repeat 30 times. Hold on the contraction 1 second and then release. Keep your forehead and whole face relaxed. Open your eyes as much as possible while keeping
your eyebrows perfectly still. 10 movements left 🙂 Stretch your upper lip under your teeth and slightly pinch
your nostrils between the thumb and the forefinger. Inhale through the nose by dilating your nostrils and trying
to push back your index finger and your thumb outward. Repeat the movement 35 times. It is your nostrils that make your fingers move. Hold on contraction for 1 second then release. Focus on the dilating movement of the nostrils at each inspiration. Another 20 movements 🙂 Keep the lips plated against the teeth, inside the mouth. Focus on the dilating movement of the nostrils at each inspiration. The last 5 movements! Place your middle fingers in contact above the bridge of the nose
and your index fingers on the outer corner of the eye. Direct your gaze to the top of the head. Blink forcefully with the lower and upper eyelids
for 2 seconds then release. Repeat 15 times. Your index fingers must withstand the pressure of the muscles
to increase the efficiency of the movement. 5 movements left 🙂 Imagine 2 points in the middle of your lips and
open the mouth by drawing a large oval. Cover the teeth with your lips while slightly reducing
the diameter of the oval. Hold on the contraction until you feel a slight feeling
of warmth around lips. Focus your attention on stretching your upper lip
both downward and outward the face. Hold on the contraction for another 25 seconds, let’s go! 5 seconds left! Release by blowing through your lips and redo the movement. Hold on the contraction by stretching your lips
both downward and outward of face. This time we hold for 30 seconds, let’s go! Focus your attention on stretching your upper lip
both downward and outward the face. 15 seconds left! Stretch your smile towards the ears and your upper lip
as far as possible downward of the face. Another 5 seconds 🙂 Release by blowing through your lips. Place your index fingers on the outer corner of eyes
and your middle fingers on the inner corner. Open your mouth by drawing an oval and direct your gaze upward. Blink forcefully with the lower eyelids and
smile with the corners of the lips. Keep your upper eyelids motionless and
hold on contraction for 10 seconds. Repeat 4 times. Another 3 seconds. Looking upward, firmly blink of lower eyelids and
smile with the corners of your mouth. Remember to keep your upper eyelids motionless. Take care to press your upper lip against the teeth. Release and repeat the movement, by stretching as far
as possible the corners of lips toward the ears. Another 5 seconds 🙂 You should feel the beat of the orbicular muscle of eye
at the inner and outer corners of your eyes. Release the contraction and repeat the movement. Count up to 10. You should feel the beat of the orbicular muscle of eye
at the inner and outer corners of your eyes. Release by breathing out. Imagine 2 points in the middle of your upper and lower lip, and open your mouth by drawing a large oval. Place an index finger on the top of each cheekbone and
smile with the corners of lips then release. Repeat the movement 45 times. Stretch your lips to cover the teeth. Push the corners of lips as high and as far as possible. The index fingers do not move, but are put in motion
by zygomatic muscles. Remember to keep your upper lip stretched on the teeth. Stretch the corners of the lips toward the ears
as far as possible at each movement. 10 movements left 🙂 Open the mouth while covering the teeth
with your upper and lower lips. Direct your gaze to the top of the face and smile
with the lips commissures. While pulling your shoulders back, push your face forward. Like a figure at the bow of a boat, stand still. Feel the stretching of the muscles of neck and low of cheeks. Hold on the contraction until you feel a slight feeling
of warmth on the sides of face. Stretch the corners of the lips toward the top of the face. When you feel this heat, count up to 30. Remember to stretch the corners of the lips toward the ears. Hold on the contraction by stretching the corner of lips
as far as possible towards the top of the face. Another 5 seconds 🙂 Release and blow through your tighten lips. Lips closed, smile as much as you can without discovering the teeth. Place the hand flat on the base of your neck and then
firmly stretch the skin toward the chest. Slowly tilt your head back and direct your gaze
toward the top of skull. Remove the hand from your neck and count to 3. Return to the initial position and repeat the movement 15 times. Direct your gaze to the top of your head when
you are toppling your head back. Keep lips stretched into a wide smile for the whole
duration of movement. You should feel the muscle that raises up
toward the chin and gains in density. Keep your forehead and whole face relaxed. Keep the lips stretched in a wide smile,
without discovering the teeth. Hold on the skin at the basis of neck
when you tilt the head back. You should feel the muscle that raises up
toward the chin and gains in density. Keep the lips stretched in a wide smile,
without discovering the teeth. You should feel the muscle that raises up
toward the chin and gains in density. 5 movements left 🙂 Place your middle fingers in contact above the bridge of the nose
and your index fingers on the outer corner of the eye. Direct your gaze to the top of the head. Blink forcefully with the lower and upper eyelids
for 2 seconds then release. Repeat 15 times. Your index fingers must withstand the pressure of the muscles
to increase the efficiency of the movement. 5 movements left 🙂 Stretch your upper lip under your teeth and slightly pinch
your nostrils between the thumb and the forefinger. Inhale through the nose by dilating your nostrils and trying
to push back your index finger and your thumb outward. Repeat the movement 35 times. It is your nostrils that make your fingers move. Hold on contraction for 1 second then release. Focus on the dilating movement of the nostrils at each inspiration. Another 20 movements 🙂 Keep the lips plated against the teeth, inside the mouth. Focus on the dilating movement of the nostrils at each inspiration. The last 5 movements! Make the pout pressing your lips one against each other
and aspirate the corners of lips inside the cheeks. Place your index finger in the middle of your lips
and move it away slowly, as if you were holding a pencil between your tight lips. Your teeth should not touch each other. Hold on the contraction until you experienced a slight
feeling of warmth between your lips. When you feel this heat, gently tap your lips from up and down and count up to 35. Keep the commissures aspirated inside the cheeks. 10 seconds left 🙂 Release by blowing through your lips. Imagine 2 points in the middle of your upper and lower lip,
and open the mouth by drawing a large oval. The upper lip stretched against the teeth, place an index finger
on the top of each cheekbone. Smile with the corners of lips by raising them up
toward the ears, then release. Repeat the movement 10 times. At the 10th movement, open your mouth by spreading
as far as possible your upper lip of your lower lip. Now direct your gaze to the top of the head
and topple slightly your head back. Count up to 30. Keep the upper lip firmly pressed against the teeth. Try to keep a gap as wide as possible between your lips. Stretch the corners of the lips as far as possible toward the ears. Few seconds left! Open the mouth while covering the teeth
with your upper and lower lips. Direct your gaze to the top of the face and smile
with the lips commissures. While pulling your shoulders back, push your face forward. Like a figure at the bow of a boat, stand still. Feel the stretching of the muscles of neck and low of cheeks. Hold on the contraction until you feel a slight feeling
of warmth on the sides of face. Stretch the corners of the lips toward the top of the face. When you feel this heat, count up to 30. Remember to stretch the corners of the lips toward the ears. Hold on the contraction by stretching the corner of lips
as far as possible towards the top of the face. Another 5 seconds 🙂 Release and blow through your tighten lips. Make the pout pressing your lips one against each other
and aspirate the corners of lips inside the cheeks. Place your index finger in the middle of your lips
and move it away slowly, as if you were holding a pencil between your tight lips. Your teeth should not touch each other. Hold on the contraction until you experienced a slight
feeling of warmth between your lips. When you feel this heat, gently tap your lips from up and down and count up to 35. Keep the commissures aspirated inside the cheeks. 10 seconds left 🙂 Release by blowing through your lips. Place your index fingers on the outer corner of eyes
and your middle fingers on the inner corner. Open your mouth by drawing an oval and direct your gaze upward. Blink forcefully with the lower eyelids and
smile with the corners of the lips. Keep your upper eyelids motionless and
hold on contraction for 10 seconds. Repeat 4 times. Another 3 seconds. Looking upward, firmly blink of lower eyelids and
smile with the corners of your mouth. Remember to keep your upper eyelids motionless. Take care to press your upper lip against the teeth. Release and repeat the movement, by stretching as far
as possible the corners of lips toward the ears. Another 5 seconds 🙂 You should feel the beat of the orbicular muscle of eye
at the inner and outer corners of your eyes. Release the contraction and repeat the movement. Count up to 10. You should feel the beat of the orbicular muscle of eye
at the inner and outer corners of your eyes. Release by breathing out. Thanks for watching! Practice daily to keep
your skin looking younger. Vary the programs regularly and discover
a new video every Saturday. Perform a program every day to enjoy a radiant complexion
and prepare the skin for care. To achieve targeted results, practice this program
twice a day for a week, then increase the difficulty for shaping efficiently the volumes of your face. Adjust the level of the programs to your progress
by following the color code: GREEN to start, BLUE after one or two weeks, PURPLE from the fifth week
and PINK after 8 to 9 weeks of practice. Free your beauty

13 thoughts on “Training Equilibre Anti-âge

  1. Bonjour,
    Alors en faite je suis d’origine coréenne/vietnamienne du côté de ma mère mais du côté de mon père je suis allemande et quand j’étais petite j’avais de jolie yeux bridés mais j’ai l’impression que plus je grandis plus ça se “débride” et je sais pas si vous avez des exercices pour m’aider à retrouver ma forme de yeux originel

    Voilà merci d’avance ☺️

  2. Merci ! Comment ne pas rider le front quand on fait les excercices oú l'on doit regarder vers le haut ? Car j'ai peur d'accentuer les rides du front

  3. Bonjour j'avais de grande paupières fermes mais la il y a des plis comment faire et il y a des exercices que je n'arrive pas à faire 😔 pourtant je relis bien mais j'ai impression que mes yeux arrive pas a regardé en l'air svp répondez moi et merci beaucoup pour les samedis je suis abonnés depuis la moment mais je m'y mets aujourd'hui car avant je faisais pas sérieusement 😁 là je suis prête 👍à faire des efforts 💗💗💗💗 pouvez-vous faire un spécial paupières fermes ou lisse je sais pas le terme SVP

  4. bonjour.jai 60 ans et .j ai le problème de poche et cerne .est ce que ces exercices pourront m'aider ?et j aurais aimé avec à faire les exercices sans devoir à chaque fois lire mais écouter. est ce possible ?

  5. C géniale.on sent que ça travaille. Certains exercices sont difficiles.par contre j’aurais souhaité avoir une explication chaque exercice cible quoi exactement.

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