Indian Head MassageBased on the ancient Ayurvedic healing system
Indian head massage aims to rebalance your body’s energies
What is an Indian Head Massage?
Indian Head Massage is based on the ancient Ayurvedic healing system using the upper Chakras and this tradition is still carried out in modern India today. A person born in India can expect to be massaged regularly from their birth to their death by members of their family.
The efficiency of the circulatory and lymphatic systems improves, toxins are dispersed from tense muscles and flexibility and fluidity of movement is restored.
The head, more than any other part of our body represents who we are. It is the centre of our nervous system, and home to our identity and intelligence. The Chakra at the top of our head (Crown Chakra) is the one we use to communicate with our higher self. If our head feels good, we feel good.
What are the benefits of an Indian Head Massage?
Indian Head Massage works on areas of the body particularly prone to stress, especially the neck and the shoulders where tension affects major muscle groups, it can often bring immediate relief.
Helps prevent migraines, headaches and back pain
Promotes hair growth
Detoxifies the body by stimulating lymphatic drainage
Relieves sleeplessness, restlessness and insomnia
Relieves symptoms of anxiety and depression
Renews energy levels
Boosts memory capabilities
What to expect
A complete Indian head massage will probably take between 25 and 45 minutes.
In a similar way to reflexology, all the organs are not only linked to nerves in the feet but also to the head.
Ideal for people who do not like their feet being touched and those who love their head being massaged.
The massage to the head is not only very relaxing but you get to give the whole body an MOT releasing toxins and stimulating organs to work more efficiently.
Your therapist will chat with you beforehand to get an idea of your lifestyle, any particular aches, pains or ailments you have. She may ask you if you are having any medical treatments or taking medicines, as this might affect which oils she uses, and what type of pressure and technique.
In an Indian head massage, you are likely to have oils rubbed into your scalp. You may be asked whether you have dry, greasy, normal hair so that the therapist can use an oil which will most improve your hair’s shine and texture. It’s worth mentioning, too, if you have dandruff or thinning hair, as some oils are can help improve these conditions.
You will feel wonderful afterwards but be aware your hair will look very oily.
Limited availability, booking for courses and treatments is essential.
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