Reflex diagrams and bqc·point of Dien Chan

Multireflexology synchronism
By carefully exploring the relationships between sensitive reflex zones and consulting the sheets of the most responsive bqc·points, we gain inspiration to enrich our diagnosis.

Multireflexological synchronism is a reasoning unique to Dien Chan that encompasses different methodologies used to identify potential relationships that guide us to the origin of the disorder. In this approach, research is conducted by combining various reflex zones from reflex diagrams, consulting sheets related to particularly sensitive bqc·points, or sometimes observing the ineffectiveness of the initial choice between the yin or yang effect of the multireflex tool.

Our main goal is to restore energy balance and promote self-regulation by simultaneously acting on several reflex zones that correspond to various systems and organs of the body.

The approach aims to optimise care by working in a coordinated manner on several bqc·points, thereby creating a synergy of intervention for faster and more lasting positive reactions. Dien Chan, as a holistic approach, takes a global view of the body, considering the interconnections between its different parts. This promotes natural recovery by taking into consideration the entire complexity and interactions of the body system.

We resort to this type of reasoning when we want to deepen the healing process, especially when our results are stagnant and show no significant improvement.

Therefore, you must have a certain level of knowledge (at least having completed the third training module called DienChan❜clinic) to be able to quickly check correspondences that will lead us to a more obvious origin of the disorder.

After studying and understanding the reflex diagrams for identifying reflex zones, we can then incorporate the bqc·points formulas into our protocols to enrich our approach and reach the root of the dysfunction.

Obtaining such results are not limited to stimulating random points but requires judicious use of the yin or yang effects of multireflex tools.

The initial steps in Dien Chan care plan, namely the general assessment and reflex step, are essential to prepare the ground for rigorous and effective work.

We optimise our sessions by offering superior quality care to our clients.

It is crucial, therefore, to receive proper training and practice regularly to master the gestures and reap all the benefits.

This innovative therapeutic approach is modern in that it integrates different dimensions to achieve a global balance of the body.

Therefore, it’s in the “reflex” and “consolidation” stages of the treatment plan that we can make the most of the insights provided by multireflex synchronism. These stages open up new possibilities based on the gathered information. But before we delve into this concept, let’s revisit how to interpret each Dien Chan reflex diagram. To make it easier to understand, I’ll use two metaphors: the “sketch” and the “amphora.”

The sketch of a Road map

The first metaphor compares each Dien Chan reflex diagram to a rough map, similar to a coarse road map we used to draw before the arrival of GPS. These maps were not precise in terms of scale or distance, but they were useful for orientation.

We must approach the reflex diagrams in the same way, as approximate guides transposed onto each face and its specific characteristics.

It is essential to be able to project them mentally onto the person we are treating. This means that every time we draw on someone (or on their photoshopped portrait), it will only be accurate for that person and not for everyone.

That’s why we emphasise the exercise of mental projection in our training so that you can adapt to each client, as well as to yourself for self-care.

This approach may seem approximate to logical minds, but Dien Chan is not a surgical technique. Imprecision is actually necessary to discover painful points. If the sensitive point does not belong to the Dien Chan bqc·points map, it indicates that it is located in an area corresponding to a specific reflex diagram.

On the other hand, if we are convinced that it is a specific bqc·point, it is interesting to consult its complete sheet to establish cause-and-effect relationships. These “multireflexological bridges” encourage us to inquire about other possible dysfunctions.

Thus, the “facial reflex” stage of the care plan provides us with valuable clues to combine reflex diagrams. Once we have incorporated the “multireflexological dimension” of the method, Dien Chan truly invites us to become creators of custom care.

The bqc·points index cards are all available in the Dien Chan app called Faceasit.

The amphora metaphor

Before the advent of digital and virtual imaging, we used to contemplate solid restorations of archaeological pottery in museums.

Imagine a broken amphora discovered off the Mediterranean coast. Instead of showcasing the small fragments found in a display case, the amphora was reconstructed using plaster to complete the missing parts. This technique allowed us to appreciate the object in its original size and shape.

Some of the interpretations of Dien Chan reflex diagrams work in a similar way. The drawn parts of the diagram are based on clinical verifications, while the missing parts are assumed based on logic and anatomical coherence. This means that not all described areas are necessarily precise. Reflex diagrams guide us to find “open doors” receptive to yin work or yang stimulation.

To illustrate the concept, I choose the reflex diagram of the Blue Lady (also sometimes called Madame Yin) because it is sometimes a bit neglected by some students. This is a good opportunity to restore its brilliance!

• The Blue Lady’s feet extend the area of Mr. Yang’s feet on the chin.

• The Blue Lady’s thumbs rest on the wings of the nose (bqc·points 61·).

• The ring fingers point to the corners of the mouth.

• The pinky fingers are slightly lower towards bqc·points 85·.

• The Blue Lady’s mouth is located between the eyes, with her upper lip on the glabella.

• Her nose is on the first quarter of the forehead, which invites us to link it to the nape and Mr. Yang’s head.

• Her eyes are on the horizontal line that divides the forehead in two equal parts, vertically from the edge of the eyebrow arch (bqc·points 197·).

• Her head occupies the entire forehead.

Multireflexological synchrony

And since we have taken the example of the Blue Lady’s reflex diagram, let’s now examine some interesting multireflexological correspondences:

— The Blue Lady’s thumbs are on bqc·points 61·, which is known for its beneficial effects on the lungs. Moreover, it is fascinating to note that the Lung meridian also ends on our thumbs. The effects observed at bqc·point 61· are similar to those of 11L; an acupuncture point located at the angle of the thumb, regulating lung function.

— The Blue Lady’s ring finger rests on the corner of the mouth, precisely at bqc·points 29· and 222·. These points regulate not only the urinary system but also the Triple Heater meridian. In Dien Chan, we incorporate bqc·points 29· and 222· to refresh the body, just like in acupuncture with the 1TH and 2TH points of the Triple Heater meridian.

— The Blue Lady’s pinky finger is located in the reflex area of the small intestine according to the internal organ diagram. It is interesting to note that the Small Intestine meridian starts at the tip of the pinky finger.

— Bqc·points 197· are in the center of the Blue Lady’s eyes. These points are already used thanks to the “Penfield” reflex diagram to relieve knee pain. And we can define a multireflexological connection knowing that in acupuncture, the Stomach meridian passes through the knee and acts, among other things, on eye disorders.

Thus, we have the possibility not only of “verifying” the propositions of the diagram by confronting them with other recognised knowledge, but also of establishing coherence between the diagrams and the bqc·points.

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Dien Chan is a complex, but not complicated approach that requires proper training to unlock its potential. It’s essential to learn from talented and competent teachers to develop logical and inventive reasoning, enabling you to become creators of personalised care.

Remember that Dien Chan offers long-lasting results while providing a pleasant and soothing experience for your clients. Practice with passion and dedication, and you will witness the benefits of this therapeutic approach materialize.

By exploring and deepening your knowledge of reflex diagrams, using bqc·points formulas, and the appropriate multireflex tools, you will be able to provide effective care and become a proficient Dien Chan practitioner. Offer unparalleled well-being experiences to your clientele by fully utilising the training support materials we provide.

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Sleep apnea: advanced approach in Dien Chan

Sleep apnea in Dien Chan

Sleep apnea is not a disease but a complex condition with various origins, involving many factors.

In this captivating video [in French, so activate subtitles], we take advantage of the presence of experienced therapist Yvan Binggeli to explore the management of sleep apnea in depth.

Discover how to create a detailed care plan, relying on innovative ideas to target the underlying causes of this condition. This approach incorporates precise concepts to target the organs involved while restoring the biological and energetic balance of the body.

This holistic method goes beyond conventional treatments, including parts of the body as well as facial reflex zones. It relies on the exclusive use of high-quality multireflex tools.

Indeed, we prefer instruments with wooden handles to avoid disruptive static electricity produced by plastic. We also emphasize that parts in direct contact with the skin should be made of high-quality metal (for the yin effect) and natural horn (for the yang effect) because the latter is a noble material respectful of skin microbiota and with biological antiseptic properties.

This is the best way to work consciously with the utmost respect for the skin.

We illustrate our approach through a real case

That of an ambulance driver who obtained very positive results thanks to Yvan Binggeli. Testimonials from other therapist students also reinforce our proposal, demonstrating the effectiveness of Dien Chan in many cases.

Sleep apnea is a complex condition, and we admit there is no one-size-fits-all solution. However, the art lies in creating personalized treatments. The video also explores addressing the Water element by stimulating bladder and kidney bqc·points, with the help of the Faceasit application to facilitate the creation of constellations and personalized formulas.

In the course of the video, we review key concepts, covering various aspects of the care plan:

  • The general condition of the patient.
  • Management of blood oxygenation and pressure.
  • Dialogue and questioning to obtain essential information
  • Recommendations on multireflex tools.

Our goal is to support you in enriching your care protocols by integrating external knowledge, such as traditional Chinese medicine.

Throughout our training program, spread over several modules, we teach you to translate the information obtained during dialogue with your patient into concrete gestures of Dien Chan.

To enhance your viewing experience, we recommend using the time codes found in the video description. They will allow you to easily navigate to each section with a single click.

During our discussion, we share many ideas to help you create a personalized care plan. Our goal is to inspire you to adapt your approach.

Here is a list of ideas to try:

1| To begin the care plan and address the overall condition, we refer to the anti-stress protocol with the Yin rake nº416. The article is here ›

2| Body phase: Facing a rather yang disorder, we offer a “Sleep Apnea” kit composed of yin tools we talk about:

  • The Double yin ball nº411 to work the heart and lungs in the back.
  • The Yin-yang roller nº206 to roll on the facial reflex zones of the lungs and the heart by guiding yourself with the diagram of the internal organs.
  • [For phase nº4 of our treatment plan] The Yin health ball nº433, to roll it between the hands before going to sleep. The palms of the hands being a reflex zone of the lungs, this exercise promotes respiratory fluidity.

3| For the consolidation phase of the treatment using bqc·points formulas, we provide several constellations. This term refers to sets of bqc·points that we consider relevant to create a custom Dien Chan formula.

You have various techniques at your disposal to create your own constellation, and after testing them with a detector, only the most responsive bqc·points will be retained to compose your entirely personalized formula.

✔︎ Take, for example, the case of the throat and the flexibility of the soft palate, a crucial aspect to prevent the “flap” from collapsing during sleep, which can cause airway obstruction and episodes of sleep apnea. To address this, we propose a constellation involving the following bqc·points: 14· 274· 275· 64· 71· 8· 20· 109· 106·.

✔︎ To enhance the elasticity of the soft palate, we add the pair of bqc·points 16· 61·, which contributes to making the internal body structures more flexible.

At the end of the treatment, an ideal practice involves applying heating patches to the bqc·points that reacted the most (i.e., the most sensitive ones) to ensure a gentle but prolonged effect.

✔︎ It’s also interesting to test bqc·points related to the heart and lungs to promote oxygenation and blood circulation, such as: 38· 3· 13· 61· 432· 428· 561· 125· 60·.

✔︎ We will also stimulate bqc·points related to the Bladder meridian to release energy blockages in the neck: 87· 293· 156· 85· 21· 65· 191·
Once again, retain only the most sensitive bqc·points in this constellation.

The Bladder meridian in Dien Chan

These proposals are just starting points, and it’s easier to create your own constellation using the Faceasit application. This allows you to select the most sensitive points that will ultimately compose your entirely personalized formula.

Check out the numerous example videos of using the Dien Chan app called Faceasit to understand how to structure a perfectly individualised formula.

4| The Prescription:

Treatment often involves exercises that the patient can perform at home, including the use of the Yin-yang roller nº206 to work on the reflex zones of the lungs and heart, following the reflex diagram of internal organs. 

Also, recommend to the person to roll the Yin health ball nº433 between their hands before going to sleep. The palms of the hands are reflex zones of the respiratory system. By stimulating them in a yin manner, we contribute to preventing lung dryness while promoting the circulation of flows.

If the person is committed to addressing their issue, you can teach them how to use heating patches at bedtime (reference nº644 in the It’s generally recommended to apply them to reflex zones of the throat (following the Penfield refrex diagram) and to the upper part of the lungs above the eyebrows, based on the internal organ reflection scheme.

📌 However, it’s essential to avoid applying heating patches to the bqc·points 3· and 13· (related to the lungs) as menthol fumes could irritate the eyes.

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3 types of skin

Let’s discover together how to naturally treat the three types of skin to restore elasticity, suppleness, and radiance. These Chan’beauté treatments will also teach you how to boost the active ingredients of your favorite cream.

Stress, pollution, sun exposure, and diet disrupt our body and make the skin more fragile. It then presents imperfections as it loses its elasticity and wrinkles appear.

📌 Note: This article is accompanied by the multireflex tool kit «Sublime your skin» including the booklet «3 skin types».
You can acquire it at the end of the article or from the Dien Chan kits catalog.
All booklets are also available independently from their collection.

What is a natural skincare?

The protocols of Chan’beauté not only allow you to prepare the ground by improving the microcirculation between the dermis and the epidermis, but they also activate the natural hydration of your skin.
In Chan’beauté, we gently stimulate the areas to be treated by alternating between a yang and yin effect.
We quickly restore balance and reach the origin of the problem.

For exceptional benefits and because our skin’s needs evolve with age, we present you a kit composed of four instruments designed to hydrate, purify, and illuminate your skin.
Some steps of this routine will become your daily beauty ritual.

All the treatments proposed in this article illustrate the «Sublime your skin» kit, which consists of several multireflex tools and the «3 types of skin» eBook.

The Dien Chan experts

Why are creams not so effective?

3 types de peaux en Dien Chan
Addressing the 3 types of skin in Chan’beauté

The multitude of cosmetics offered by brands does not make it easy when we don’t really know the characteristics of our skin. It is therefore necessary to be aware of our skin type in order to choose the right treatment, as there are three types: oily skin, dry skin, and combination skin.
To assist you, the experts in Dien Chan and Chan’beauté offer you a natural skincare routine tailored to each skin type.

Without preparation, all miracle products have little effect. However, treatments in Chan’beauté enhance the active ingredients of a quality cream, allowing you to use less and truly benefit from its properties. Without preparing the ground, the only benefit of an ointment is the massage when applying it.
Despite what the industry claims, our body is naturally capable of renewing its collagen. Although our synthesis capacity decreases with age, these Chan’beauté rituals inhibit the decline in production.

Lifestyle also plays an important role. Prolonged sun exposure, smoking, and poor diet contribute to oxidative processes that accelerate collagen degradation. The skin loses its suppleness, and wrinkles appear.

But how can you restore radiance and elasticity to your skin?

Treating wrinkles in facial reflexology with Dien Chan tools
Dien Chan tool No. 206: the Yin-Yang Ridoki.

Over time, stress, and pollution, the skin becomes imbalanced and more fragile. It develops imperfections, loses its elasticity, and wrinkles appear.
The protocols of Chan’beauté not only help prepare the ground by improving microcirculation between the dermis and epidermis, but they also activate your skin’s natural hydration.

It’s just common sense! Gently stimulating the areas to be treated by alternating between yang and yin effects is our secret. To fully respect our skin, we cannot use cheap instruments and products that can be harmful. Such products strain our immune system, which then manifests itself on the epidermis. An imbalanced skin is more fragile and provides an ideal environment for imperfections.
Knowing your skin type allows you to identify the most appropriate skincare protocol to maintain stronger skin and achieve optimal balance.

Here are some Chan’beauté rituals adapted to different skin types:

For “Oily” Skin

The face tends to shine, and many pores are enlarged. Products designed for oily skin are often too aggressive and do not provide proper hydration. However, sebum protects the skin and gives it its suppleness by retaining water, but its production needs to be properly balanced.

Shine appears due to an imbalance in the sebaceous glands, which produce excessive sebum, specifically in the T-zone, including the forehead, nose, and chin. The pores become clogged, and the skin can’t breathe, leading to imperfections.

Only subtle mechanical actions will restore harmony. All multireflex tools are designed to provide precise and delicate care, deeply respecting the body and, in particular, the face.

Dien Chan tools in natural horn.
Chan’beauté tool nº252: the Beauty-brush.

After a gentle cleansing with a low-foaming product that does not contain excessive sulfated detergents (such as Sodium Lauryl Sulfate and Sodium Laureth Sulfate, even though the latter is allowed in organic products), you can enjoy the refreshing effects of the golden cylinder of the Beauty-brush No. 252.
When dealing with oily skin, we want to slightly cool the skin before stimulating microcirculation.
This initial yin effect helps gently close the pores, preparing the skin for the subsequent yang treatment.
Start by rolling the brush on the left temple, then move towards the nose, passing over the cheekbone, for 1 minute. Repeat the same motion on the right side, then on the nose, forehead, and chin.

Next, use the small yang ball of the Yin-yang roller nº206 on the same areas. This yang treatment is essential for enhancing the exchange between the three layers of the skin. The tiny spikes on the natural horn ball offer incredible possibilities without damaging the skin.

By gently stimulating the skin, we manage to bring the deep nutrients from the dermis to the epidermis, and we benefit from the natural antiseptic properties of the horn to preserve the skin’s microbiota.
With this flagship tool, we can firm the skin and boost collagen production.

The previous yin step, which slightly closed the pores, prevents the loss of nutrients to the skin’s surface. In oily skin, excess heat encourages sebum production, dilates the pores, and ultimately disrupts the skin’s ability to retain water.

These subtleties were discovered through our research and shared clinical experience among professionals.

By the way, when looking at the statistics of many commercial creams, it’s astonishing to see that their studies are often conducted on only about forty women!

To achieve the same yang effects on the eyebrow arch, nose, and facial contours, we prefer using the concave yang cylinder nº207, which is also made of genuine horn and adapts better to the facial curves.

As for the delicate skin around the eyes and the area where dark circles appear, we use the small brush with rounded rods of the Beauty-brush nº252.

It’s important not to exert pressure on the skin. Instead, gently and softly describe half-circles on these areas using a delicate and gentle kneading motion (not sweeping) for 30 seconds per under-eye circle.

After this yang step that restores skin exchanges, we will distribute these rich nutrients through yin stimulations.

Start by using the roller with soft mini–rods of the Yin-yang roller nº206 on all the previously treated areas.
Always use a gentle and comfortable motion, similar to that of a makeup artist, without applying pressure or marking the skin. About fifty back-and-forth movements per area will be necessary.

Only authentic multireflex tools are capable of stimulating the skin in a yin way without damaging it, which means dispersing, hydrating, and refreshing.

After this tender moment for our skin and face, we can apply a high-quality cream. By awakening the lymphatic and blood exchanges, the penetration index of the product is increased, and its active ingredients are energized. Therefore, less product needs to be used.

To finish off in the clouds, glide the smooth golden sphere over your eyelids and fully enjoy this moment of relaxation.

For “dry” skin

You may experience tightness and discomfort when you smile or make facial expressions. Dry skin is prone to redness, premature wrinkles, and may have areas with rough patches.
In fact, your skin appears dull due to lack of hydration, it is thin, and its pores are tight.
We will therefore restore its radiance and elasticity by boosting its natural hydration and allowing it to properly absorb the high-quality cream applied afterwards.

It goes without saying that aggressive treatments (micro-needling, abrasion, etc.) are extremely dangerous and should be avoided.

Even though your skin is dry, we need to mobilize the deep nutrients before starting the Chan’beauté protocol. Fortunately, the yang effects of multireflex tools have this extraordinary ability.
We must revitalize the functions of the hypodermis without heating or stressing the epidermis.

Chan’beauté tools: two Beauty Ova bars nº373

Preparation for dry skin:

That’s why, when dealing with dry skin, we will prefer to start with the Beauty Ova bar.
Perform gentle sweeping motions from the bottom to the top of the face. Do about 7 sweeps per area and repeat from the beginning at least three times.

The sensation should be pleasant, and don’t hesitate to lightly touch the skin to avoid displacing it.
Focus on the nasolabial fold and vertical lines around the corners of the mouth if you feel they are too pronounced.

Yes, it may seem trivial, but you will see for yourself that besides being extremely pleasant, your skin regains its radiance and becomes more supple. Common sense confirms that pleasant and gentle words reach much deeper than aggressive remarks.
Well, it’s the same for our cells!

This slightly yang first step allows us to use the small horn ball with its spikes. Roll the Yin-yang roller nº206 on the most wrinkled areas only (crow’s feet, frown lines, etc.).

— For more delicate regions, we prefer the mini brush of the Beauty-brush nº252 (upper lip, under-eye circles).
The motion should be gentle, never causing the skin to turn red. Only tenderness goes deep.
Draw comma shapes to knead the skin without pulling it; 1 minute per area will be enough.

— For the contours such as the brow bone, jawline, and chin, use the roller of the tool nº207. Its genuine horn concave cylinder also provides gentle yang effects.
Horn has the particularity of having natural antiseptic properties that, unlike plastic, do not spread bacteria but respect the skin flora.

Now that we have mobilized the deep nutrients and stimulated the blood and lymphatic microcirculation, we are going to distribute all these vital fluids throughout the epidermis.

To do this, use the other end of the Yin-yang roller nº206. The yin effect of its soft mini-rods allows for a subtle dispersion of the emerging hydration. You will experience a pleasantly refreshing sensation beneath the skin.
With this yin roller, go over each area for 1 minute.

For smaller areas of the face, use the golden cylinder of the Beauty-brush nº252. Its yin effects provide a refreshing and, most importantly, reviving effect on the natural hydration of the epidermis by distributing the nutrients mobilized in the previous steps.

After this cocooning session, we can apply our favorite cream. By reactivating lymphatic and blood exchanges, the penetration index of the product increases and energizes its active ingredients.

To finish off on a cloud, roll the golden sphere over your eyelids and fully enjoy this moment of relaxation.

For “mixed” skin

Combination skin is generally oily from the chin to the forehead, with shine and enlarged pores on the nose. However, the rest of the face tends to be drier.
This is due to the non-uniform distribution of sebum on the face, resulting in changes in the composition of the skin flora in different areas. These “boundaries” are responsible for excess sebum (blackheads), clogged or enlarged pores, and roughness.

Estheticians are increasingly faced with combination skin, which is also slightly more complex to treat. We need to differentiate between dry regions such as the cheeks and the T-zone, which includes the chin, forehead, and nose.

We will therefore need to combine the two treatments and treat the T-zone as oily skin and the rest as dry skin. The sebum-overloaded surface can vary, and we will adjust the treatment to each individual’s face.

On a face with combination skin, it is important not to use jade or synthetic instruments that can spread bacteria. Only the biological properties of genuine horn are respectful of the skin flora balance. Beware of the inelegant black tools that are not made of buffalo horn, but of plastic.

In order to rebalance the distribution of sebum and achieve beautiful skin, here is a Chan’beauté ritual that we recommend on a daily basis for the first 3 weeks. Once harmony is restored, you can choose to continue with the steps that work best for you.

Treatment for the T-zone

We start by cooling down this oilier zone before reactivating microcirculation. This initial yin effect allows the pores to gently close before proceeding with a yang stimulation.

Firstly, roll horizontally on the forehead for about 2 minutes. If the golden cylinder has become too warm, cool it down by dipping it in cold water.

Now move it over the nose, performing about thirty back-and-forth movements, and finish on the chin horizontally for 1 minute. The chin is the reflex zone of the bladder (see the Dien Chan diagrams of reflexion), and we like to stimulate it to promote fluid exchange within the body through the functions of the Bladder meridian.

Next, use the small yang ball of Yin-yang roller nº206 on the same areas, applying gentle pressure. This work with yang effects is essential for enhancing interactions between the three layers of the skin. It is the small spikes of its natural horn ball that offer us incredible possibilities.

— To enjoy these same yang effects on the eyebrow arch, nose, and chin curves, we prefer the yang concave cylinder nº207, which is also made of genuine horn and better adapts to the contours.

Probleme de peau et solutions naturelles avec les outils du Dien Chan.
Dien Chan tool nº207:
Yang concave cylinder in natural horn and yin smooth golden sphere.

— To work on the delicate skin around the eyes, use the small brush with rounded mini rods of the Beauty-brush nº252 and gently draw half circles without sweeping, but kneading for 30 seconds per eye.

This way, we manage to bring forth the deep nutrients from the dermis to the epidermis and benefit from the antiseptic properties of the horn to protect the skin’s flora.

In oily areas, excessive heat dilates the pores and causes water loss. However, it is thanks to the prior yin stimulations that we prevent the escape of nutrients to the surface. We will thus restore the skin’s normal elasticity and increase natural collagen production.

After restoring the skin exchanges, we will distribute these rich nutrients through yin stimulations.

Start with the roller equipped with soft mini rods of the Yin-yang roller nº206 on all the previously treated areas.

Without pressing or wrinkling the skin, make about fifty back-and-forth movements in each region. Only high-quality multireflex tools are capable of stimulating in a yin manner without damaging the skin, which means dispersing, hydrating, and refreshing.

Working on the dry areas:

Start with the Beauty Ova bar by gently sweeping along the natural curves of the face. Aim for about 7 sweeps per area and repeat from the beginning at least three times.

The sensation should be pleasant, and be sure to glide over the skin without moving it. Focus on the nasolabial fold and vertically along the corners of the mouth if you feel those wrinkles are too pronounced.

Beauty-Brush nº252
Concave-roller smooth-sphere nº207

This should be extremely enjoyable for your skin to regain radiance and suppleness. This slightly yang first step allows us to then use the yang side of the Yin-yang roller nº206. Roll its small horn ball with spikes on the most wrinkled areas only (crow’s feet, mouth area, etc.).

— For smaller and delicate areas, we prefer the mini brush of the Beauty-brush nº252 with a gentle motion, never causing the skin to redden, drawing small arcs for 1 minute per area.

— For contours such as the eyebrows, jawline, and chin, opt for the concave cylinder of the tool nº207. Horn material has biological properties that, unlike plastic, will not spread bacteria but instead respect the skin’s flora.

Distribution of Nutrients

Now, use the yin tip of the Yin-yang roller nº206 to distribute all these vital fluids through the epidermis and subtly disperse the emerging hydration. A pleasantly refreshing sensation appears beneath the skin.
› Roll over each area for 1 minute with this yin roller.

For smaller areas of the face, we recommend using the golden cylinder of the Beauty-brush, as its yin effects refresh and trigger the natural hydration of the epidermis by distributing the nutrients mobilized by the previous steps.

After this pampering, we can apply our favorite cream. By activating lymphatic and blood circulation, the penetration index of the product increases and enhances its active ingredients.

To finish beautifully, pass the copper sphere over your eyelids and fully enjoy this moment of relaxation.

Outil du Dien Chan pour un soin naturel de la peau
Facial reflexology tool nº206: The Yin-Yang roller
Ensemble d'outils du Dien Chan pour s'adapter aux différents types de peaux.
The «Sublime your skin» kit

All the treatments presented in this article showcase the «Sublime your skin» kit, which consists of several multireflex tools. The booklet «3 types of skin» is included with the kit.

If some tools are currently missing, the kit may not be available. However, you can purchase each available instrument separately using the individual buttons.


The Dien Chan app called Faceasit allows you to create personalized formulas. You can find detailed videos here

The interactive Chan’beauté magazine is an app dedicated to natural aesthetics and therapeutic well-being. You can find more details here


The booklet

If you only want the booklet “Managing the 3 types of skin in Chan’beauté” in PDF format, use this button. All booklets are available from the collection.


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The «Penfield» diagram of reflexion

Diagram of Penfield


This is in fact the first diagram of Dien Chan. While Professor Bùi Quôc Châu had established his map of specific points, he was interested in the work of Dr Nogier who introduced a pattern of reflection lodged in the ear.
At first, he even thought that his bqc·point 0· belonged to auriculotherapy.

But why is this called the “Penfield”?

Diagram of “Penfield” and the Double yin roller nº308

I gave it that name after learning the story of its discovery. Initially, Professor Bùi Quôc Châu numbered the diagrams in the order of publication. But because we don’t always publish them in the same order and also use numbers to name bqc·points and multireflex tools, I started giving names to the diagrams.
It really pleased Professor Bùi Quôc Châu and his sons.

Those which refer to a story bear the name of the artist or the scientist: “Rodin” for the diagram which recalls the position of the famous sculpture of the “Thinker of Rodin”.

But it was by consulting a scientific journal that referred to Dr Wilder Penfield’s (1891-1976) research into the brain that Professor Châu had enlightenment.
Dr Penfield’s diagram of the homunculus represents regions of the human body corresponding to specific stimuli from the cerebral cortex.

Professor Châu observed this diagram while mentally projecting it on his Dien Chan point map.
He remembered that in geometry we define a surface with at least three points. And the first 3 bqc·points came to his mind; they were 34· 16· and 14·.

Positioning Dr Penfield’s homunculus on the face, bqc·point 34· coincides with the foot of the diagram, bqc·point 16· with the eye and 14· with the throat.

The first drawing of the “Penfield” diagram

Let us remember that at that time Professor Bùi Quôc Châu only had his map and detailed records of the effects and indications for each bqc·point discovered.
He perfectly remembered having used bqc·point 34· to treat numerous pains in the feet, bqc·point 16· for vision problems and obviously all ENT diseases treated with bqc·point 14· and reflex zone around the earlobe.
It matched so well that he went back to his notes to check if other points on the map confirmed the coincidence.

Yes, yes, yes! Incredible, bqc·points such as 197· were already being used for knee disorders. Pr Bùi Quôc Châu was already successfully working the surface of the top of the forehead and which is now described by the hip in Penfield’s diagram. And so on…

This first pattern of reflection therefore opened the immense door to multireflexology.
He thus understood that he could join —following the anatomical coherence— the points of his map in constellations to describe diagrams of reflection.

It was when he saw the full-body outline on his face that he was able to draw the “Red man” sometimes referred to as Mr Yang. He completed it with the diagram of the “Blue Lady” or also called “Madame Yin”.

This board actually embodies two combined diagrams and became his logo illustrating not only two representations of the body, but also the two forces in equilibrium.

The story of the discovery is important

It allows us to better understand the method, which is why we explain it in our educations. This makes it easier to study each diagram, to understand them well in order to know how to project them correctly on any face.
The goal of the experts in Dien Chan is to help every practitioner to become a care designer. This means that taking each curriculum module, you learn to personalise each treatment to the patient.

Pr Bùi Quôc Châu showing his diagrams of reflexion in 1984

Let us not limit ourselves to the nomenclature of the pathology which is borrowed from Western medicine, but rather learn to “translate” into therapeutic gestures the narration of the disorder offered to us by the person treated.

Both Dien Chan and Chan❜beauté are very effective if we follow a holistic care plan.

That is, we must be aware of:

  • The general condition of the person before starting.
  • Then work locally on the part of the body concerned to find out which effects (yin or yang) is best suited to the description of the disorder.
  • Then continue on the facial reflex zones of this same anatomy by combining the diagrams of Dien Chan.
  • Consolidate our treatment with bqc·points composing the most appropriate formula.
  • And finally, teach the person how to maintain the treatment by practising self-care maintenance exercises.
  • Whether it’s the 12 morning massages or the use of a multireflex tool, our clients must not remain passive between sessions.
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Dienchanely yours,
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Emotional rebalancing

Emotional rebalancing


We would like to believe that you made it through the rigor of the past year unscathed, but I know that you have probably had to fight various dragons. It must be said that everything that gives us the stature of being human is well damaged:

  • What is the new definition of “feeling protected”?
  • What does it mean to be “safe”?
  • Whether it is the economy, leisure and health, everything was turned upside down!

However, we will have to take care of his emotional health.

So now is the time to congratulate us on this renewal, for what we have managed to do and overcome. But it is not over…

We will do everything to remain strong in the same way as bamboo.
To fold, but not to break, as Jean de La Fontaine tells it so well in his fable.

Emotional health is the most valuable asset we have, because it is the one that allows you to overcome all the challenges that appear on our life path.

Emotional health is our close friend and companion in all of our joys and pitfalls, and there is nothing more pleasing to it than being pampered.

“Oh yes, give me gifts!” she said, cuddling in the recesses of our being.

  • But what are the right gifts for her?
  • How are we going to equip ourselves to face the new hazards?

Well, gifts which will nourish in depth and which include the entirety of our living entity. That is to say those which act both on the physical body, but also on the emotional and spiritual sphere.

For this reason, we will calmly work on the stagnant emotions of the past year. We will do everything to help you reach cells all over your body, including neurons, to generate positive, revitalizing energy; a real emotional reset.

Your body and mind will be extremely grateful.

What you offer him will be returned to you a thousand times over.

That’s why it’s worth doing business with him.

The master keys to accessing the subtle language of the psychic are the five groups of emotions. Real gateways to connect the outside world with your inside world.

We have therefore concocted a splendid explanatory and educational booklet for you to learn how to properly manage each emotion.

  • What are you afraid of?
  • Do you lack self-confidence?
  • Do you have trouble making decisions?

All of these questions signal our inability to handle our feelings well. 

However, traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) like modern Western medicine underlines the close link that exists between our emotional states and the pathologies from which we suffer.

Be careful, not everything is psychic! When you fall down the stairs or catch a cold from swimming in a frozen lake in January in order to drown your problems… 
In short, however, many common disorders can be the fruit of stress and emotions.

Dealing with stress and anxieties in Dien Chan

For Western medicine, the brain and nervous system manage emotions. We must use this knowledge to translate it into therapeutic gestures through a treatment protocol in Dien Chan which will reassure us.

Once the stress is under control, we can then address each emotion in a precise way.
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) offers us a classification of natural phenomena into five elements. These are closely related to certain vital organs and fundamental emotions.

The human body is a unit, so our care must be holistic and accompanied by advice drawn from your experiences and other disciplines that you practice.

We thus understand that we will be able to interact, from the face, on a concrete emotion by stabilizing the organs involved and attached to the element.
This will allow us to address the somatic manifestations caused by these organic imbalances.

We will then ensure that the energy of the invigorated organ is spread throughout the body.

Emotional rebalancing

In this eBook, we recall the five elements of TCM which take up the energy functions of each organ-viscera pair. We will thus act on these elements and their organs to examine a particular emotion.

If you are a professional and your patient has not made an appointment to treat a specific emotional disorder, it is always interesting to unseal —through dialogue— the possible subdued feeling.

By knowing the element-emotion relationships indicated by TCM, we will then be able to complete the treatment of the nervous system by stimulating the organ concerned.

Do not forget about your emphatic talent in advising to take care of his sanity. Not to get lost in the vagaries of life, to avoid excess social media and other anxiety-provoking information.

Encourage self-indulgence, not withdrawal.

Here is a recap of the correspondence

  • Metal: sadness shakes the lungs and the large intestine.
  • Water: fears affect the kidneys and bladder.
  • Drink: Anger disturbs the hepatic energy flow which affects the liver and gallbladder.
  • Earth: Concerns, anguish and obsessions disturb the stomach and the spleen.
  • Fire: euphoric states, irritability and fears upset the heart and the small intestine.

We teach you how to get the best results by combining the Western approach (central nervous system treatment) with that of TCM (the element involved), all from the face!

You will learn how to translate facial diagnosis into multireflexology therapy.

In this 36-page eBook, illustrated by explained care diagrams, each emotion group is detailed by step.

We have also provided self-care recommendations that will be useful for advising your customers.

In order to get started quickly, the booklet is of course available in PDF format and, if you wish, accompanied by a multireflex tool kit.

These instruments are specially selected so that you can —with the minimum— deal with each of the situations described in the booklet.

Satisfied or reimbursed, we invite you to click on this button to choose your version of the Dien Chan emotional kit.


The eBook is optional at a very special price with the kit. You can also buy the eBook only if you already have multireflex tools.

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Dealing with anemia

Treating anemia in Facial Reflexology

What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘anemia’? 
Blood? Iron? Fatigue?

Anemia is an iron deficiency, which the body may express with symptoms of fatigue, shortness of breath, pale skin, and even cold hands and feet.  This condition frequently accompanies a woman’s menses, especially in those who experience heavy periods.

When you are anemic you lack enough healthy red blood cells to adequately transport oxygen to your body’s tissues. This is what brings on the fatigue and weakness, and for some with more serious symptoms, increased heart rate, shortness of breath, and chest pain.

While existing treatments for anemia aim to replace deficiencies, (iron, oxygen), our Dien Chan methods allow for bodies to self-regulate and ‘wake up’ organs and functions that have become lazy.

It is by using the Dien Chan teachings that we can intervene from the very first symptoms, without waiting.  Although Dien Chan is considered to be the original method of Facial Reflexology, its benefits extend throughout the entire body.

All of the strength lies in the fact that we can challenge the brain while stimulating blood and lymphatic circulation.  By incorporating the yin and yang effects of the multireflex tools, we can give even more meaningful attention to our treatments.

As always, it is by setting intentions for our treatments that we obtain the best results.

Therefore, we will follow the classic treatment plan.

We start by stimulating the blood and lymphatic systems, and the body parts this involves. Because we want to treat anemia, we can assume that the disorder is more yin which means that we are going to intervene with yang stimuli, whether offering treatment to the body or to the face.

Why are we assuming anemia is creating a yin state?

  • This puts the body low and there is a lack of Qi. 
  • Low energy,
  • Dark circles
  • Kidney fatigue
  • It affects the bowel movements
  • Lack of nourishment to the tissue
  • Muscle fatigue 
  • Dull skin 
  • Nails are brittle

A Small Reminder
Our yang balls are equipped with spikes and are made of natural horn. We thus take advantage of the biological properties of this noble material which –unlike plastic– does not produce disturbing static electricity.
In addition, its intrinsic antiseptic value is respectful of the skin’s natural microbiome.
This is why all the instruments equipped with yang balls that come in direct contact with the skin are made of horn.
The yang effect allows to energize, concentrate, heat, and restores movement to fight against dispersion.

We will then perform yang stimulations on the facial reflex zones representing the corresponding parts of the body.

And also taking care to thoroughly work the reflex zones of the organs involved in maintaining and improving the quality of the blood. 

Using precise bqc·points we will compose a formula, the objective of which being to create a bespoke treatment plan.

✔︎ The ensuing treatment sessions will be all the more effective if we provide ‘homework’, allowing our clients to continue the healing at home.

The Stages of Treatment:

1| Local care:

a] The Back
With the Double yang ball nº410, roll the back from bottom to the top, focusing well on either side of the spine without touching the vertebrae.  This action restores movement and warmth to the blood systems.
5 minutes.

b] Lung zone
Let’s take advantage of this position to now energize the lung zone around the shoulder blades.  We can keep the Double yang ball or use the Double yang mini-ball nº307 if the surface area is small or if the person is rather thin. 
This will energize the respiratory system to increase the transportation of oxygen in the blood.
3 minutes per side.

2| The stomach

Continuing treatment on the body we move to the abdomen, rolling with the same Double yang ball nº410 (or the Triple yang roller nº438 if the surface is wide).  As with the anti-cellulite treatment, start on the sides and work towards the navel. 
This massage stimulates the digestive system and encourages microcirculation while warming the lower abdomen.
8 minutes total.

3| Facial Treatment- zones

We will now reproduce the same effects but from the face. Let’s take advantage of the following thought patterns:

  • The “Redman” thought pattern allows us to precisely locate the back (the nose). 
  • The diagram of the internal organs on the face tells us that the lungs are mainly on the cheekbones, spreading from the top of the eyebrows to the corners of the mouth.
  • We use this same pattern to locate the liver, spleen, large intestine, and small intestine.

a] The Back on the Face
Using the mini-ball of the Yin-yang roller nº206, perform about 50 back and forth movements along the bridge of the nose.
±2 minutes.

b] The Intestines
With the same mini-ball, stimulate the upper lip with comfortable and delicate pressure. Consider a gentle touch when treating this delicate area, it can be quite sensitive. Follow this by rolling the nasolabial fold to stimulate the intestines.
30 back and forths by zone.

4| Reinforcing the treatment by stimulating precise bqc·points

In this  Faceasit’clinic video you see the multiple treatment possibilities that are offered by the app. 

Anemia can be the result of many dysfunctions, and it is interesting to test the sensitivity of each point. It is by being most receptive that we compose a personalized formula.

By pressing each bqc·point, you use its detailed information to succeed in establishing correspondences.  Thanks to this source of inspiration, we can ask relevant questions and thus identify the origin of the disorder.

Please keep in mind that the client’s diet must be taken into account. 
In Faceasit we choose: Groups&systems/Circulation/Blood/anemia…

To help with understanding, here is the list of the essential bqc·points involved, whatever the origin of the failure.

▸ To get the most out of food, we stimulate the digestive system:
38· (large intestine) 50· (liver) 39· (stomach) 127· (small intestine).

▸ To encourage oxygenation, we stimulate the respiratory system:
3· 61· (lungs) 269· (heart).

▸ To nourish the blood and encourage it to circulate:
37· (spleen) 290· (Triple heater) 1· (spinal cord) 60· (pericardium) 188· (cerebral irrigation).

◨ To apply only a pre-established formula in a yang order (from the bottom of the face to the top):
127· 38· 39· 50· 37· 3· 61· 269· 290· 1· 60· 188·

Do not forget to test the other bqc·points, which can allow us to learn more about the origin of the disorder.

5| The Prescription

Ideally, the client should be advised to stimulate the reflex zones indicated by the most sensitive bqc·point, the ‘Homework’ we mentioned earlier. 

If these points are located on the forehead or nose, the Small-hammer nº128 (rubber side) is the ideal tool. 

For more plump areas, like the cheeks and lower face, Yin-yang roller nº206 is more popular. 

The client will want to continue rolling the nose (the back on the face) and cheekbones (lungs) to strengthen oxygenation.

When to perform self-care?

If the client preferred Yin-yang roller nº206, she should keep it in her bag to use whenever she feels a drop in energy.

It is better to practice small self-care sessions frequently, rather than long stimulation sessions spaced out over time!

When to repeat a session?

Invite your client to rebook an appointment the following week, at the least. At the next appointment, you will observe and record the improvements in sensations and the differences in sensitivity of the bqc·points discovered during the previous treatment. 

If the client implements the self-care advice, the following visits will be used to refine the treatment.
Remember the importance of starting with the Dien Chan principle:

  • Working the local area on the body,
  • Followed by working the face on the same facial reflex zones.
  • Then, personalize the bqc·points formula again. 

If your client can have regular blood tests, you will be able to check the progression. 

What is this amazing app?

The app is available in 3 versions and if you still don’t know Faceasit… this is where you will get videos and more explanations:

This app is only compatible with the iPad.

The genuine multireflex tools are made from natural horn, mimosa wood, and high-end metals.

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How to create appropriate treatment plans in Dien Chan?

Dien Chan app

Through dialogue with our patient, we aim to establish a diagnosis that allows us to build a plan of fully personalized care.
It may seem complex, but it is not complicated!
In this file, you will discover how to organize your therapeutic work and establish a treatment plan.

We will illustrate all theory and practical concepts with examples and the Faceasit’clinic app.
Although this procedure is illustrated by care in Dien Chan and using the Faceasit’clinic application, you can obviously extend it to other techniques you practice.

Our objective

  • To offer an inexhaustible source of inspiration for the professional therapist as for the beginner who wishes to hold the reins of his health in a natural way.
  • This work was presented at the annual reflexology conference in Canada in 2019 in Halifax, Nova Scotia. At the end of this important general assembly, the Faceasit’clinic application received the innovation award in reflexology 2018.
  • Thanks to Faceasit, Dien Chan entered by the wide door of technologies in 2013.
  • It is rewarded!

Here is what we will develop through these pages:

Evaluate + Locate + Treat
  • How does Dien Chan, the original method of facial reflexology, allow us quickly discover important diagnostics from our patient?
  • How to integrate these details to create a personalised treatment plan.
  • Decode the patient’s story to know if we are dealing with a yin or yang expression of the disorder.
  • Discover the various steps within Dien Chan protocols and how to select the most appropriate instruments for the patient.
  • Working knowledge of the yin and yang effects of each multireflex tool in order to quickly restore energy balance.

Body Work

Active stimulation on the local area of the body using multireflex tools:
— Relieve pain to gain the trust of the patient.
— Energise the blood and lymphatic microcirculation of the local area.
— Take steps to program the brain to the process of self-regulation.
— Direct Qi towards the problem area allowing for enhanced results during the facial work that follows.

Facial work

Combining several types of stimulation on the face:
— Choosing the most appropriate diagram of reflection.
— Detect living points in the reflex zones to confirm the correct course of action.
— Stimulate the reflex zones using the most appropriate multireflex tool according to our diagnosis.

Boost our treatment by applying a precise bqc·points formula in the face to energize the main internal organs.
— Through existing ready-made formula located in our course book, online blogs.
— Creating and adjusting formulas using the practitioners experience, critical thinking, intuition and utilisation of the Faceasit app.


Through dialogue with our patient, we aim to establish a confirmed interpretation that allows us to build a plan of fully personalised treatment plan.
It may seem complex, but it is not complicated!
We will illustrate all theory and practical concepts with examples and the Faceasit’clinic app.