What is Indian Head Massage?
Indian Head Massage involves the massaging of the head, neck, upper back, shoulders, arms, and face by using moderate pressure.
The head, neck, back, shoulders, arms and face are all energy centres where tension, anxiety and stress is most likely to accumulate and can lead to stiff, aching muscles, back pain, eye strain, and headaches. By rhythmically massaging these areas using moderate pressure the tension may be relieved, aches and pains eased, anxiety and stress reduced - of all of which help to promote relaxation.
It is a simple, safe, non-invasive treatment.
Benefits of Indian Head Massage
The benefits of Indian Head Massage are numerous.
Indian Head Massage:
- Helps deep relaxation
- Relieves muscle stiffness
- Relieves tension, anxiety and stress
- Aids sleep
- Improves mood
- Promotes a sense of health and general well-being
Indian Head Massage is used by people for a variety of reasons. Some use it alongside conventional medical care, to help them manage or cope with a specific physical, mental or emotional problem. Others use it as a means of relaxation, or to help maintain good health and a sense of general well-being.
Indian Head Massage is often used alongside conventional care in hospices, hospitals, and other health care settings.
The negative effect of stress on health is well known. It is important for your overall well-being to take time out and switch-off. Indian Head Massage can help to relieve stress, anxiety and tension.
Give yourself time to restore and rebalance your mind, body and soul.
The History of Indian Head Massage
This ancient therapy has been practised for thousands of years in India using aromatic oils, herbs and spices. Indian Head Massage practised in the West has been adapted and is a mix of traditional Indian and Western massage techniques.
Is Indian Head Massage Right For You?
Indian Head Massage is not a medical treatment. In fact, there are certain medical conditions that may restrict or prevent an Indian Head Massage or your doctor’s permission may be required before treatments can commence.
Before having your first Indian Head Massage, I will undertake a consultation with you, which takes about 15 minutes, to establish whether a full or restricted treatment can be given, and to inform you of what you can expect during and after treatment.
Indian Head Massage should not be used in place of conventional medical care. Always consult your GP or other health care professional for medical attention and advice.
Pricing and What to Expect
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