Head massage is extremely relaxing. Indian head massage gives great relief from stress and a person will feel truly valued after such a powerful treatment. Massage starts with a focus on the neck muscles and moves into working over the scalp and face - this takes around 40 minutes to one hour. The method is light but the subtlety of the technique creates a gentle release of tension and this enhances energetic flow giving a sense of mental and physical well being.
This is a terrific treatment for anyone new to massage or a wonderful progression for those who are more experienced and are looking for a different style. Gift vouchers available.
GIFT VOUCHERS AVAILABLE
Treatment Costs: £50
Consultation & treatment times vary but are usually between 30-45 minutes. This allows time, after your treatment before the next patient arrives, for your practitioner to complete any note taking, cleaning and room aeration.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 11am-6pm
To book a treatment or a consultation please contact me, Samuel Jones, on 07816 303742 or (01584) 873587 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Indian head massage, or champi, is over 5,000 years old and is derived from Ayurvedic principles of balancing the body's energetic flow. Clothes are worn during treatment and combination massage techniques to the shoulders, arms, neck, scalp and face are applied. An Indian head massage will last around 40 - 60 minutes (although treatments can be shortened if massage is required in the workplace) and oils are an optional extra.
Eastern medical outlook takes into account that good health is dependent upon a balance of mind, body and spirit. The Ayurvedic principle considers that if a body's energetic channels do not flow properly negative energy builds up causing many common ailments, including stress, pains and aches, neurological impairment and baldness or hair loss. Indian head massage is considered to reduce this energetic build up and, as a consequence, a head massage may bring relief to those suffering from neck strain, headaches, jaw tension and migraines.