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Physical effects

  • Stimulates hair growth
  • Improves hair condition by increasing circulation & sebum level.
  • Improves skin condition by increasing circulation & sebum levels,

Psychological effect

  • Promotes health & well-being
  • Relaxes the mind and body
  • Improves sleep
  • Induces calmness
  • Reduces stress levels
  • Improves concentration

A full consultation will be carried out before treatment, so that your massage is adapted to your own physiological and psychological needs and termed the objectives of your treatment.

These objectives may include:

* Relaxation

*Maintaining a feeling of well-being

*An uplifting effect

*To improve the condition of your scalp and hair.

During treatment you can choose whether or not you would like oils to be incorporated into the massage which condition the skin & hair, also helping to induce relaxation.

Physiological effects of Indian Head Massage

  • Increases circulation
  • Increases cellular renewal
  • Increases Lymphatic circulation
  • Relaxes muscles & releases tension
  • Increases flexibility & movements of the neck & shoulders
  • Improves joint movement
  • Improves posture
  • Reduces sinus congestion
  • Relieves eye-strain
  • Eases headache

Indian Head Massage

Indian Head Massage is a treatment applied to the upper part of the body (shoulders, upper arms, neck & head).  It helps relieve stress & tension, and creates a feeling of well-being.  

Indian Head Massage is one of the most popular holistic therapies, evolved from traditional techniques practiced in India for thousands of years dating back to the beginning of Hindu religion.  Their family tradition of massage plays a central role in daily life, for its therapeutic effects on the muscle & skin, to encourage the body's own healing powers and to soothe & calm the mind, body & spirit.

 Indian head massage is known as "Champissage" in India and is part of the system of Ayurveda (Science of life), a sacred Hindu text, was written around 1800 BC.  In Ayurveda, life consists of mind, body and spirit and each person is different.  Massage is included among its principles of achieving balance of the body.  By restoring the balance and harmony of the body, mind and spirit the health and well-being of the individual improves.

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