The MRL Signature Facial has been created specifically to incorporate Marie’s skin care range with intuitive touch, and is a totally relaxing experience focusing on feeding and supporting the skin. The Signature treatment is performed by Ez Dyer, personally trained by Marie.
Marie says, “The intuitive mind is something we all have, yet ignore and not trust. The process of tapping into a sense or feeling is a blessing that every therapist should utilise, especially within treatments. To ‘feel with the seeing touch’ – is to allow the hands and fingers to ‘see’ and ‘feel’ what the body tissues, muscles, tendons and fascia is telling me. It is key to not go through ‘mechanical’ motions but communicate and tap into the client’s body, not what the client tells you in consultation but what you see in body language, what you hear through tone of voice, speed of speech and what you sense in the fingers, and how the communication of body tissues act within treatment – and believe me they do communicate.”
Introducing Ez Dyer
Ez started her career 14 years ago in Finance, however the change to skincare came with the encouragement from some of the Industry’s greats. This was coupled with her own experiences of skin conditions and was a very natural and intuitive progression.
“Understanding how bodies react to different environments so you can restore balance and treat the underlying causes is a great joy. The power of connection through a holistic therapy such as the MRL Signature Facial gives a deeper connection between the client and therapist.” Marie’s training changed Ez’s technique away from simply visual towards intuition, which was the foundation of this facial – knowing and feeling how you are making the client feel through touch.
THE MRL HOLISTIC SIGNATURE FACIAL
This treatment is not a corrective treatment but a therapy that allows complete relaxation using the MRL Skin Care range that feed, nourish and support the lipid barrier and the skins flora and fauna. The massage itself continues into the scalp and upper body targeting tense superficial fascia and allowing full relaxation to commence.