Dearest Carolyn,

Thank you for the wonderful workshop (Online classes coming soon) and personal analysis you did for me yesterday in Seattle. I am so grateful to have found you online and that you offered this class. I know I’m starting late at 58, but this is when I found you, so I have to trust that it is in Divine Order and this is the time for me to begin. As I was aging, I knew that I would never have surgery and that I would not be able to afford facials and fillers all the time, so I had almost given up hope of ever looking any better. …

The workshop was very informative and thorough, I’m so glad I took the leap to do it in person. I hardly ever travel, San Jose is not that far from Seattle, but it was a big trip for me. … traveling to see you and experience your theory of rejuvenation. Thank you for creating this program and for sharing it with all of us. It’s obvious how much research, thought, and sweat equity you put into developing the exercises, and you are living proof of how they work – you look absolutely awesome. I have never liked the rigid look that surgery and fillers give, which I why I love the naturally beautiful look that you have.

There is one side effect of doing the exercises that I can’t quite explain. After I finish the routine in the morning, my face feels alive, sort of an uplifted feeling, like an internal smile that radiates to the outside. It’s interesting, but when I feel those physical sensations I feel an emotional happiness too, which I have not felt in years. I have never touched my face much and certainly did not use all the products I am using now (all CFF skin care of course), I didn’t think my skin would accept it all, but I am doing everything you recommend and my skin after less than a month, looks considerably better. This is so exciting, but the feeling of happiness is even better! Who knew?!?!

Please accept my gratitude for all that you do and I hope I will be able to take another workshop with you one day and that I will make you proud when I walk in with a younger-looking face! 🙂 With much appreciation, J