Indian Head massage is a technique of manipulating soft tissues in the shoulders and scalp. It works on areas affected by mental and emotional stress. Indian Head Massage can soothe away stress and tension leaving you relaxed, revitalised and re-energised.
Indian Head Massage has its origins in the ancient system of healing known as Ayurveda
which was developed in the Himalayan regions of India. Having been practised in India
for over 1000 years it was brought to the West in the 1970’s and the therapy was extended to include the face, ears, shoulders and upper arms.
The underlying philosophy is that health results from harmony within one’s whole self.
The technique manipulates soft tissue in the shoulders and scalp.
The therapist uses a range of different massage pressures and rhythms to stimulate the head and neck areas.
Indian Head Massage works on areas affected by mental and emotional stress.
Today we spend much of our time in our heads. This treatment can really help calm the mind and is deeply relaxing.
Indian Head Massage can soothe away stress and tension, leaving you relaxed, revitalised and re-energised. The itreatment is great for promoting a calm mind and a stress free body and can be part of maintaining optimum health.
Indian Head Massage is a form of healing which can benefit –
- General and specific relaxation for muscles
- Relief from neck and shoulder stiffness
- Relaxes the whole body
- Provides a sense of calmness, peace and tranquillity
- Releases anxiety and stress
- Clears perspective
- Provides a general feeling of well being
The session starts with a consultation and the taking of a medical history. A discussion will follow on what you, the client needs or wants from the treatment.
The treament is performed with the client sitting and fully clothed. Clients are offered the opportunity to lie on the treatment bed for the face and ear massage.
Let the massage relax you. Day dream, listen th the music.
Maureen will advice you to be gentle with yourself. Increase your water intake over the next few days.
Following the medical consultation some clients may be recommended to seek medical advice before a treatment goes ahead.