Qi beauty Practitioner Training with Prenaka Ram, Toronto

  We are absolutely LOVING following Qi beauty Master Practitioner and Qi beauty Trainer, Prenaka Ram, on her journey as a Qi beauty Practitioner and Teacher. Where energy goes, energy flows! You can follow her journey via Instagram @bosslady_status_ or contact Prenaka directly for practitioner training. @ Atouchofkarma@hotmail.com Via @bosslady_status_ bosslady_status_Qi Beauty demo was a huge…

Your BEST SKIN: A Bright complexion starts with Qi

VIA Qi beauty Wellness journal “Achieve a healthy, glowing, even complexion with Qi’s Fade ritual combining the Home Kit protocols, and the peptide-rich Fade Serum featuring scientifically proven ingredients to naturally even skin, and reduce the appearance of uneven skin tone. The Fade Ritual is a luxurious at-home treatment to boost the natural recovery of skin and support a healthy,…

Practitioner Feature: Linda Langenegger

Linda Langenegger is a medical aesthetician and certified Qi beauty Practitioner in Ontario, Canada. Linda has devoted her entire adult life to helping people look and feel their best, promoting healthy, vibrant skin with non-invasive treatments. 


Luxurious Certified Australian Made, Natural and Made with Organics. The foundations of healthy skin start with a nourishing and luxurious experience. Healthy, vibrant, and energetic skin starts with Qi

Facial Symmetry

The Qi beauty facial Treatment naturally enhances facial features, naturally stimulates collagen and elastin to create lift and volume, and can naturally assist to balance uneven facial features for a more symmetrical facial landscape…

Factors contributing to how we age

Top factors contributing to health as we age Physical activity and exercise Healthy body composition Adequate water, fibre and micronutrient intake Phytochemical-rich diet Work/life balance Healthy sun exposure Strong social networks and deep interpersonal relationships Optimistic cardiovascular health through diet and lifestyle choices Meaningful conversation and creative expression Read More

The 80% of aging

Only 20% of the signs of aging is caused by biological factors such as DNA, time and metabolism. The other 80% is down to environmental and lifestyle factors; UV light, smoking, pollution, stress, oxidative stress and inflammation. Reactive oxygen molecules (free radicals) cause damage to our cells