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Wellness in Vietnam: This Summer, Discover Dien Chan Facial Reflexology With Alex Scrimgeour at Four Seasons Resort the Nam Hai

Hoi An, Vietnam – WEBWIRE

From June 7 to 28, 2024, experience the Vietnamese art of healing with Alex Scrimgeour, an expert visiting practitioner at Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai. A master of Dien Chan facial reflexology, Alex invites guests on a voyage of physical and emotional revitalization, with a focus on full-body balance and adaptability.

During his residency at the Resort, Alex will offer his signature Dien Chan therapy, alongside a series of treatments reflecting his expertise in acupuncture, Qi Gong and body massage.

Unravelling the Mystery of Dien Chan

In Dien Chan, the face is regarded as a microcosm of the body. Certain facial points are intricately linked to organs and functions across the body via the nervous system. By stimulating these vital points using specialized tools, healers such as Alex facilitate an invigorating flow of energy, helping to rebalance the nervous, hormonal and circulatory systems. Along with promoting relaxation, immunity and sleep quality, Dien Chan also creates the ideal conditions to release mental and emotional burdens, thus refreshing the spirit.

The origins of this practice can be traced back to the heart of Vietnamese culture, where facial massage has long been a means of fostering vitality. In the 1980s, Professor Bui Quoc Chau advanced this centuries-old tradition to develop “multi-reflexology,” leading to the development of Dien Chan as we know it today.

Dien Chan offers a profound connection to Vietnam’s rich wellness heritage. More than just a therapeutic modality, it is a reflection of the country’s holistic approach to healing, woven around a core belief in the interconnectedness of mind, body and spirit. The Heart of the Earth Spa at The Nam Hai also echoes this concept by embodying the essence of “interbeing,” the inherent link between humanity and nature.

Alex’s Journey

Motivated by a keen desire to work with his hands in a meaningful way, Alex Scrimgeour embarked on a path of exploration, delving into diverse wellness modalities and disciplines. After gaining qualifications in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Tuina massage, he honed his real-world skills through clinical internships in Vietnam.

A licensed acupuncturist and massage therapist, Alex has studied Dien Chan with the renowned Dr. Tran Dung Thang in Ho Chi Minh City. With more than 15 years of experience as a wellbeing practitioner, Alex currently resides in London and shares his passion for holistic healing around the globe, from Spain and Morocco to Thailand and Vietnam. His newly released book Facial Reflexology for Emotional Well-being provides a comprehensive understanding of Dien Chan.

Treatments at The Nam Hai

From June 7 to 28, explore a collection of curative treatments with Alex at Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai. Each private session is customized to the unique concerns and aspirations of the guest.

  • Dien Chan Facial Reflexology: This therapy stimulates facial reflex points to enhance energy flow and bring about a state of equilibrium. 60 minutes, VND 4,000,000; 90 minutes, VND 5,800,000
  • Full-Body Reflexology: This method focuses on reflex points located all over the body to unlock its innate healing potential. 90 minutes, VND 5,800,000
  • Tai Chi Qi Gong: Flow through the gentle, meditative movements of two ancient Chinese practices — Tai Chi and Qi Gong. 45 minutes, VND 2,500,000
  • Traditional Acupuncture: Rebalance and renew with acupuncture, which uses micro-needles to treat a variety of concerns. 45 minutes, VND 4,500,000
  • Acupuncture and Dien Chan: Experience the combined benefits of two remedies in one powerful session. 60 minutes, VND 5,000,000

Heart of the Earth Spa

Nestled in the Resort’s lush, peaceful grounds, the Heart of the Earth Spa brings to life the teachings of Vietnamese Zen monk Thich Nhat Hanh. Set by a lagoon teeming with lotus blossoms and koi fish, this soulful sanctuary encourages guests to slow down and revitalize by connecting with the natural world around them on a deeper level. Each treatment begins and ends with crystal singing bowls tuned to 432 Hz, the harmonic intonation of nature.

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