I love teaching my clients easy tips for being beautiful that don’t involve toxic products, or aggressive techniques! And this is one of my faves! An easy 5 minutes acupressure routine to help smooth wrinkles, promote collagen production, lift and firm, and promote lymph circulation.

BONUS,this routine also can alleviate headaches, calm the mind and promote a peaceful, easy feeling. Love your face, gently, joyfully, and remember…. you ARE Beautiful!!



  1. Marg and Norm Shaw

    We thought your 5 minute facelift video was perfectly illustrated and we love the name “dancing dragonfly” simply ***** stars. Wish you were in our backyard – you’d have our business for sure. Cheers, Marg and Norm

  2. I liked your video. I have a question. When you come up the side of your neck do you just do one side or both?

    • Yes do both sides of the neck to promote lymph drainage and lift the area. thanks for watching my video! Have a lovely day.

  3. Thank you for posting it!! And you have a great day.

  4. Hey, just did your two face routines. Wow unbelievable how much heat Imfeel in my face and how long it is lasting, definitely stuff is happening
    Thanks so much and may the sun shine on you!

  5. Thanks for the great videos – I have been sharing them with my clients (and doing them myself!) to help prolong the effects of my natural facelift massage treatments -:)

    • That’s wonderful to hear! If there is anything specific you would like to see let me know and I’ll see if I can pit something together. 🙂

      • Patricia Painter

        I’ve been in a surgical collar for 7 weeks with 3 more to go (hopefully). The collar is doing horrible things to my outer cheek area. I’ve been doing some modified version of your videos but wonder if you could give me something specific for this cheek area. Thanks,

        • patricia, I am sorry to hear about having to deal with the surgical collar. since the cheek is connected to the rest of the face and neck via various muscles and blood vessels and lymphatic vessels, doing the full routine can be of great benefit, emphasizing the movements that go thru the cheek area. also, you might consider using coconut oil mixed with aloe vera gel topically as a nice treatment for the irritated tissue.
          I hope that you feel better soon and recover quickly. Kindly, emma

  6. Anne Murnaghan

    Love the 5-minute facial…treat myself to it frequently, while watching wonderful you… Greetings from Vancouver, British Columbia on the beautiful west coast of Canada.

    • I am glad that you are enjoying the video! In vancouver….I am from idaho so am very familiar with vancouver!

  7. Hi, I just started watching your video’s, and, doing the routines. It is great, and so easy to follow.
    Thank you so much for being there.
    I’m here in California.

  8. I love your video. Is there a routine I can use to get rid of lip lines? Thank you so much.

    • HI karen….
      I will try and create a video on lip lines as one of my upcoming videos. thanks for the suggestion….

  9. I love the video and the routine – very refreshing! Is it just as effective to do at night? Thank you so much.

    • Absolutely! Morning and or night. I sometimes will do the facial routine less repetitions and more slowly at night as a nice calming feel good routine. In the morning, I do more repetitions more rapidly, as sort of a WAKEUP!

  10. Hi Emma. I have been doing the facial exercises regularly and have noticed an improvement with my face….so thank you for that. However I could do with some additional exercises to improve my neck (it is long which I know tends to show my crepiness and lines/wrinkles). Do you have any suggestions..please?

    • Yasmin, the neck can be tightened a bit first by ensuring adequate hydration and then using great moisturizers. You can stroke upward from throat up to chin, and then along jaw line to ear and then drain the lymph from ear down neck. The neck crepiness is tough as we age, since there are a lot of factors involved. any changes in body weight even can effect how the neck looks!keep using the area of the jaw line to firm the neck muscles, and stroke upward from throat. Hope this helps…..i may need to create a new video 🙂

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