Indian Head Massage

Indian Head massage is a truly holistic therapy that aims to bring balance to the mind, body and spirit to install a sense of wellbeing and calm. Its origins lie in the traditional system of medicine known as Ayurveda and it plays a central role in Indian family life. It was originally developed by Indian woman as part of their grooming process as it keeps their hair strong and in a beautiful condition. It is now passed on from generation to generation for both the men and women of the household.

During the treatment you will be seated on a chair and the massage is carried out through a thin layer of clothing. I massage the top of the back, neck, arms, shoulders, head and face. If you require oils these can be used on the back, hair and face but these are entirely optional. It is not suitable if you have or ever had a back or neck injury, whiplash, high blood pressure, stroke, epilepsy, heart condition or any ailment affecting the brain or head.

It is a deeply relaxing treatment and you will feel very refreshed and relaxed after a treatment. It is very suitable for office workers, those using computers or people who drive as they often carry tension in their neck and shoulders. I finish the treatment with an energy balance of your chakras if required. This treatment is very beneficial to the scalp and hair and if you can leave the oils in your hair for as long as possible this will act as a deep conditioning treatment.

 

 

Your investment for a treatment lasting 45 minutes £30.00

Your investment for a treatment lasting 45 minutes including oils on your hair £35.00

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