21-Day Summer Cellulite Challenge

Summer is in full swing, which means it’s time to pay extra attention to your skin!

Take the stigma out of cellulite and learn how to use MELT and manual therapy techniques to improve the texture of your skin with this 21-day challenge. Watch educational tutorials about what cellulite is and the science behind it, so you understand how to restore the superficial fascia under the skin that’s causing you to see the lumpy texture on the skin’s surface. This beginner-level challenge is also ideal for anyone who wants to enhance circulation, promote lymph flow and drainage, unclog pores, reduce the appearance of scars, and tone your legs.

Over the next 21 days, you’ll practice a variety of treatments, sequences, and maps that will directly and indirectly address the areas where cellulite loves to live: the back of the thighs, calves, glutes, abdomen, and upper arms. You’ll also learn key treatments to hydrate your face and reduce wrinkles.

Remember: Cellulite isn’t a disorder, so there is no cure for it. MELT can however help release the tension and compression that cause cellulite to appear in the first place, restore your fascia’s supportive qualities, and smooth out the lumpiness you see on your skin.

Practice the videos in order and follow the protocol below for best results.

Week 1 Protocol

  • Mini Soft Ball Foot Treatment
  • Basic Lower Body Compression Sequence
  • Basic Lower Body Length Sequence
  • Grab and Twist Tutorial
  • Week 1 Map
  • Week 2 Protocol

  • Soft Ball Foot Treatment
  • Seated Compression Sequence
  • Lower Body Stability Sequence
  • Mini Face Treatment
  • Skin Rolling Part 1 Tutorial
  • Week 2 Map
  • Week 3 Protocol

  • NeuroCore Stability Sequence
  • Dry Brushing Tutorial
  • Skin Rolling Part 2 Tutorial
  • Face Treatment
  • Week 3 Map
  • TOOLS YOU NEED: MELT Soft Roller or MELT Performance Roller, MELT Hand and Foot Kit

    TIPS

  • Practice 1-2 treatments, sequences, or maps per day for all 21 days
  • Sip water regularly throughout your day to stay hydrated
  • Take “before” and “after” photos of the back of your thighs to track your results
  • Pick one consistent time per day to MELT (such as early morning or late evening) and commit to doing it daily, no matter what
  • Always perform the Rest Assess: it’s how you will notice positive changes are taking place, and it will motivate you to keep MELTing daily!
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