Category Archives: Multireflexology Dien Chan

Recent Dien Chan Module 1 and Chan’beauté Training

This past month I recently went to Vancouver for a second training session on Dien Chan Module 1 and Chan‘beauté multireflexology training. A good friend of mine and fellow reflexology therapist & Dien Chan practitioner in Calgary, Erica Layton hosted the training session.

Each time I have completed this training program I am ever more inspired about it’s healing and beauty benefits.

Here’s a pic of the crew that took the spring 2018 training in Vancouver.

Dien Chan Chan'beauté Reflexology

For those of you that are wondering what Dien Chan, Chan’beauté is all about here is a brief explanation (excerpt taken from

“Born from Multireflexology – Dien Chan, Chan’beauté offers aesthetic treatments with a therapeutic dimension. Our philosophy is totally the opposite to that of the beauty industry.

THEIRS: Use of machines, surgery and other invasive procedures, such as injectables that ultimately are only effective because of their toxicity and only enhance a youthful appearance, temporarily.

OURS: A non-invasive, modern, cutting-edge technique using simple, natural hand tools to bring out your natural beauty – literally! No knives! No needles!

And remember the secret – Inner harmony = Outer beauty!

Here’s an example of how Dien Chan, Chan’beauté techniques can be used to help with your beauty routine using the Small Brush No. 252:


Dien Chan 12 Massages

Do you know the Dien Chan 12 massages that you can do each morning to maintain health and youthfulness, destress and prevent illness?


Follow the steps in this video:

Llearn more about how each of these massages improves overall health and wellness at:

Interested in experiencing a Dien Chan Multi-Reflexology Treatment? Contact Michele Mork at 250.920.8687 or or Click Here to Book Your Appointment Online!

Dien Chan Tool #206 – Yin Yang Roller

If you are looking for an easy to use, self-massage tool the Dien Chan Yin Yang Roller does just about everything you need it to.

This tool can be used in a variety of different ways to stimulate a number of multireflexology zones to help improve and prevent migraines, stomach pains, muscle tension and stress, all while helping to calm the nervous system.

No. 206 - Yin/Yang Facial Roller ($48)















With a spiked yang horn ball and a pronged yin metal roller, this tool is easy to use and you can to alternate between yang and yin effects as needed. The small rollers allow precise stimulation on the curves of the face, as well as hands and feet. It is perfect for small body parts, but also great for self massage in areas like the shoulders, chest, neck and upper back.

Check out the Video below for some examples of how to use the Yin Yang Roller #206.

Dien Chan multireflexology tools are available for purchase from Michele Mork. Call 250.920.8687 or email to order yours.

To see a complete list Dien Chan multireflexology tools and prices go to:

Dien Chan Drainage & Detox Self Treatment

After the long winter cold and flu season and with spring allergens in the air, now is an excellent time to help your body to detoxify.

Did you know you can easily drain away toxins using some simple Facial Reflexology Dien Chan techniques on a daily basis?

Tool #133 Detector Comet

Use Tool #133 – Detector l Comet

(Tool #133 – $30.00. Available for purchase. Contact Michele at 250.920.8687 or to place your order)

The comet is a detoxifying multireflex tool used to regain balance in facial reflexology treatments. The thick end of this detector is used for stimulation of delicate skin.  Its triple detector end has a cooling effect and can stimulate larger surfaces on the face. The basis behind many detoxifying treatments is to unblock the lymphatic system. Use of the comet detector can serves both to prevent and treat multiple disorders.


Complete the following steps using the thick end of the detector (single prong), then move through the steps again using the triple detector.

1)    Inner corner of the eye – On the side of the nose gently sweep down from the inner corner of the eye towards the inner edge of the eyebrow. Start on the left and work on both sides.

2)    Nose Sweep – gently sweep up and down the centre of the nose about 30 times.

3)    Nasal Wings – In the creases of your nose, sweep up and down 30 times from the top of the nasal wing to the bottom of the nostril. Start on one side of the nose first, then do the other.

4)    Smile Lines – Sweep up and down along the rictus/smile lines on both sides. Begin at the top where you smile lines meet your nasal week and sweep downward to the corner of the mouth. Do this 30 times each side.

5)    Chin Crease – Sweep the chin along the horizontal crease 30 times.

6)    Ears – Sweep around the ear in a full circle, coming from the back to the front about 30 times. Do this on each side.

Check out an instructional video on how to do this:

Dien Chan multireflexology tools are available for purchase from Michele Mork. Call 250.920.8687 or email to order yours.

To see a complete list Dien Chan multireflexology tools and prices go to:

Do These 12 Massages When You Wake Up

Book Your Appointment Now with West Coast ReflexologyDien Chan Multireflexology has 12 Massages that anyone can perform to help their body find strength for natural auto-regulation and improved wellness.

Check out this video that provides a visual guide to how to perform each of the 12 massages. They only a take a few minutes to complete.

Try out each massage and see which ones you like best. The best time to perform them is first thing in the morning when you wake up. If you don’t have time to perform all 12 massages #7 and #12 are the most important ones for rebalancing the body after waking up.


These 12 facial massages become really useful to maintain health and youth, to prevent illnesses and to generally reinforce tonicity. Practicing these massages in the morning will help you to develop a a preventive attitude and a life philosophy based on self-regulation.