Head Massage is a truly holistic therapy in
that has many physiological and psychological
benefits. The traditional art of Indian Head
Massage is based on the ancient system of healing
known as 'Ayurveda', which has been practiced
in India for thousands of years.
word 'Ayurveda' comes from Sanskrit and means
'the science of life and longevity'.
Ayurvedic approach to health is based on the
balance of mind, body and spirit and the promotion
of long, healthy life. It recommends the use
of massage, together with a natural diet, meditation
Head Massage includes the face, scalp, neck,
shoulders and upper back. It can be performed
using oils, as a dry massage or any combination
of the two. It is perfect for the treatment
and relief of tension and stress that has accumulated
in the tissues, joints and muscles.
is especially effective for relieving general
stress, tension, fatigue, insomnia, headaches
and migraines. Clients tell me that the experience
is deeply calming and relaxing, leaving them
feeling energised and revitalised and better
able to concentrate.
Ayurveda, as in many other beliefs from all
around the world, the body is said to contain
seven energy centres; the Chakras.
flow of energy between these centres is believed
to have a huge effect on a person's wellbeing.
They do not work independently of each other.
A dysfunction any of them can effect each of
have found that an element of Chakra balancing
at the end of an Indian Head Massage session
massively complements the effect of the treatment
for the client.
is included as standard at the end of any treatment.
However, you can choose to omit it if you so
Head Massage sessions are most effective when
taken regularly for a period of time, every
week or fortnight, for example. This allows
the effects to build up over the course of treatments.
note that your modesty is respected at all times
during any treatment
can be taken either at your home, or at my personal
studio and therapy room, The
Studio , located just outside Warrington
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