Indian head massage is based on the Ayurvedic system of healing which has been practiced for over a thousand years. It involves a massage to the head, face, upper back, shoulders, arms and hands. The massage relieves tension in the muscles; it can be relaxing, stimulating and invigorating. Sounds divine doesn’t it, a real treat? Actually, Indian head massage isn’t simply a ‘treat’ – it can help with a variety of physical and emotional issues.
What to expect from a head massage
An Indian head massage is a fabulous way to get in the now, to be in the moment. It helps release tension and as a result, gives you the opportunity to be far away from everyday physical and emotional issues and mental stress.
A massage is either 30 or 45 minutes. It is performed in a chair. It can be carried out with oils with you wrapped in a towel. Alternatively, it can be carried out over clothes if preferred with no oils (this is ideal in an office environment).
An Indian head massage is a fabulous way to get in the now, to be in the moment. It helps release tension and as a result gives you the opportunity to be far away from everyday physical and emotional issues and mental stress.
Initially starting at the upper back. I will begin by applying pressure to points that dissolve knots and relax the muscles. Then I move to the shoulders and upper arms to release other common areas of tension. Down the lower arms, hands and fingers. Then back up to the neck and head to release headache-causing blockages and to encourage better circulation. The massage then progresses to the scalp. Relaxing the entire head, encouraging circulation and stimulating hair growth. Lastly, I will perform a gentle face massage.
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Once I receive your request and payment you will receive a download with a link to my calendar. You can then choose a mutually convenient date and time for our session. I look forward to meeting you. You can always email me in the meantime at firstname.lastname@example.org