INDIAN HEAD MASSAGE

Crystal Serenity

Intuitive Complimentary & Holistic Healing

Training & Workshops

in

Halifax, West Yorkshre

 

Taking charge of your Health & Well-Being

 

Cathy Ritchie SSSCHT ACHO.AP22004 Dip BCMA Reg.

 

 

Including consultation (25 - 45 mins) £25

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What is Indian Head Massage?

 

Indian Head Massage is a form of massage therapy that was an integral part in India’s family

life thousands of years ago. This form of massage was mentioned in the Ancient Ayurveda texts

4000 years ago.

 

The massage focuses on the head, neck, shoulder and face. By applying pressure on the

acupressure points around the neck and shoulders it releases blocked energy within the bodies

energy system. It stimulates the blood circulation and the lymphatic system.

 

What to Expect in a treatment?

 

The Indian Massage can be given whilst sat in a chair or laid on a massage bed.

The massage can be over clothes or usually with massage oils.

Starting at the upper back pressure is applied by the therapist to the points that dissolve knots and relaxes the muscles. Different applications of deep kneading and pressure movements are applied on

the neck, shoulder, arms and scalp areas. To complete the treatment the therapist will gently apply pressure and stimulate the acupressure points on the face creating a feeling of serenity and peace.

 

Benefits of Indian Head Massage:

 

  • Relieving built up tension that can lead to headaches, migraines, neck and back pain
  • Detoxifies the body by stimulating lymphatic drainage system
  • Boosting overall immunity.
  • Relieves symptoms of sinusitis
  • Improves function of circulatory system
  • Promotes healthier looking skin
  • Encourages supply of blood to the head and brain for mental clarity
  • Relieves muscle tension in head, neck, upper back and shoulders
  • Creates a balanced feeling of peace and calm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Anatomy and Physiology for Holistic THerapists, Francesca Gould 2001

 

 

A Consultation prior to a treatment is mandatory to ensure there is no reason for the treatment

not proceed e.g recent strokes, early pregnancy, heart conditions or epilepsy.