Cosmetic Dry Needling Course Australia OnlineRegular price $295.00
Cosmetic dry needling is a popular treatment that involves inserting acupuncture needles into the skin. The treatment can help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, scars, sagging, and other early signs of aging.
Although it seems similar to acupuncture, the two treatments are quite different. This is mainly because a dry needling massage therapist needs no knowledge of point location or Chinese medicine to perform the treatment.
At White Lotus, we offer professional dry needling courses that are designed for practitioners who are qualified to perform skin penetration treatments but haven’t studied Traditional Chinese Medicine, acupuncture meridians or acupressure point location.
Unlike traditional Holistic cosmetic acupuncture courses, the White Lotus course contains sections that will help students understand how dry needling works and includes a range of detailed diagrams and explanations of distal and acupuncture points.
What’s included in the White Lotus Cosmetic dry needling short course?
Our dry needling courses for physiotherapists and other specialists consist of:
- 14 video demonstrations
- Quick quizzes to test your knowledge throughout the course
- 20 illustrated guides on physio dry needle techniques
- Expert support from cupping and dry needling course leaders
- Certificate of completion at the end of the course
In our course, you’ll find detailed instructions on how you can help with the following cosmetic issues:
- Neck and cheek sagging
- Marionete lines and nasolabial folds
- Horizontal lines and undereye bags
- Subcision for scarring
- Crows feet
- Vertical lip lines and frown lines
- Lip enhancement
- Horizontal lines on the bridge of the nose
- Drooping eyelids
The course is taught through a dedicated interactive platform to improve the learning experience through live quizzes and instant video
What does dry needling do on the face?
Cosmetic dry needling is carried out using a threading technique that passes under fine lines and wrinkles.
The process stimulates natural collagen production and separates the healthy collagen so fine lines and wrinkles don’t appear so prominently.
Dry needling facial muscles can not only help reduce the appearance of wrinkles, but it can also help with scar tissue and sagging skin.
Cosmetic Dry Needling Benefits
The key benefits of cosmetic dry needling for face are:
- Increases natural collagen production
- Reduces the appearance of scars and wrinkles
- Lifts sagging and drooping skin
- Dry needling for sinus relief can reduce swelling and fluid retention
- Remedial massage dry needling can improve lymphatic drainage
- Stimulate microcirculation and improve facial complexion
Who can perform dry needling?
Who can do dry needling depends on the regulations of the country you live in. Generally, physio dry needling can be performed by medical doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, and chiropractors.
Many aestheticians, beauty therapists and massage therapists can also perform this treatment after taking our physio dry needling course.
Please be aware that our cosmetic dry needling classes do not aim to teach dry needling from scratch. Instead, the course is best for practitioners who already practice dry needling but want to add cosmetic treatments to their clinic or salon.
If you’re a chiropractor and dry needling is something you already practice but want to start cosmetic dry needling, you should check with your insurers first. Your insurers will be able to let you know if your qualifications allow you to perform these types of treatments.
If you aren’t insured, you may have to take a massage therapist dry needling course, or dry needling short course for beauticians and aestheticians course. These courses will last on average between 60–80 hours and must be attended in person.
if you are not sure if cosmetic dry needling or cosmetic acupuncture training is better for you then please follow this link to compare the courses.
About your dry needling course teacher, Anthony Kingston
In our dry needling classes, you’ll be taught by Anthony Kingston. Anthony has completed a 4-year degree in acupuncture and Chinese medicine and also holds a master's degree in Herbal Pharmacology.
Upon leaving university, Anthony and his wife travelled around Asia for several years studying traditional medicine for cosmetic purposes.
After moving back home to Australia, he and his wife founded the first specialist cosmetic skin needling clinic in the country, White Lotus. The clinic is now very well-known and has been featured on national television several times.
For the past 15 years, Anthony has been teaching the skills he has learnt to other practitioners around the world. By passing on his in-depth knowledge of traditional cosmetic medicine, he has allowed a global network of practitioners from all different backgrounds to get the most out of their clinics.
Cosmetic Dry Needling Qualifications
After you’ve finished the White Lotus cosmetic dry needling courses, you’ll receive a certificate of completion that you can display in your clinic for all clients to see.
We’re one of the premier providers of cosmetic dry needling accreditation in the world so, this certificate is something you can display with pride.
Our qualifications are trusted across the world, so when you learn from us, you know you’re getting the most up-to-date, professional knowledge you need to improve the treatments at your clinic.
Cosmetic Cupping and Dry Needling Courses Australia
White Lotus cosmetic dry needling courses will teach you how you can combine this treatment with cosmetic cupping, microneedling and jade roller massages to maximise results and provide top-quality treatments to your clients.
If you’re interested in learning more about how to use these therapies together in your clinic, you can buy all of our White Lotus courses together for a discounted price.
When you buy our course package, you’ll get 4 courses for the price of 3 – learn more.