Self Massage to Improve the Look of “Turkey Neck”

“Turkey Neck”, a common complaint I hear about from clients, is often just a result of stagnant lymphatic fluid collecting in the neck area. This massage, when performed regularly, can help break that fluid up in order to improve the look of your neck.

This self massage for the neck is a great treatment, as well as preventative technique.

Remember: When self-massaging your face and neck, your intention matters. Massage with the intention of improving the flow beneath the skin, rather than erasing what you see to be flaws. Massage with the intention of supporting your skin and body, rather than attempting to force it. This simple change in mindset can make a big difference.

Enjoy!

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About Rachel Devine

Rachel Devine is the founder and skin care formulator of R Devine Organic Skin Care. With a passion and deep understanding of the skin from the inside-out, Rachel goes against beauty industry standards to treat the skin from a holistic, whole-body approach, with focus on the nervous system and lymphatic system in particular. Rather than forcing the skin to act in unnatural ways like most skin care lines, R Devine Skin Care supports the skin's natural processes. The skin is the body's largest organ and it's important to respect that. Rachel is also a certified breathwork coach and guided meditation teacher. She believes the mind-body-soul alignment is vital for both skin health and overall full body health.