Indian Head Massage
This wonderful, relaxing, non invasive treatment is very beneficial for physical and emotional health . Indian Head massage is excellent for all types of stress related problems. During and after an Indian Head massage session you will experience the following benefits:
- Wellbeing and Calm
- Increased blood circulation in the muscles of upper back, neck, shoulders, head, face, arms and hands
- Relieve stiffness, eyestrain, tension and headaches
- Helps as a preventative treatment in stress-induced migraines
- It is soothing, helps with concentration, mental fatigue and insomnia
- Increases lymphatic flow, helping to release toxins adding detoxification of the body
- It helps the brain to release endorphins
- Indian Head Massage lubricates, nourishes and soften the scalp
- Relieves skin disorders affecting the scalp
- Stimulates hair growth
- Hydrates and moisturise hair promoting vibrant and shiny hair
Healing for your energetic body.
During this treatment I will work to restore balance and harmony by working on the four higher chakras. Anahata - heart chakra; Vishuddha - the base of the throat; Ajna - the third eye and Sahasrara - the crown on the top of the head. If you need more information on the Chakras system, please click on Chakras at the top of this page.
Indian Head Massage is a practice that originated in India as part of an ancient system of medicine called Ayurveda. Ayurvedic medicine is one of the oldest medical practices. The overall aim of Ayurvedic medicine is to integrate and balance the body with the use of herbs, massage and specialised diets.
- Essential oils are part of this treatment (optional)
- Crystals are used during Reiki
- Note that it is not deep tissue massage.
All treatments are empowered by Reiki healing energy
* For on-location callouts, there will be an additional fee. Please contact me for details.
I advise against users of Holistic Therapies to partially or totally discontinue any medical or psychological treatments they are undergoing. Your doctors and/or health care providers should continue to monitor your health and recommend any changes in your treatment.