How does an Indian Head Massage treatment work?
When you receive an Indian head massage treatment, I would focus on releasing the stress that has accumulated in your head, face, neck, shoulders and back.
It also works on an emotional level too – calming your mind and promoting relaxation.
What Conditions can an Indian Head Treatment help with?
- Tension Headaches / Migraines
- Muscle tension – neck and shoulder stiffness
- Eye strain
- Sinus congestion
- Stress and Anxiety
- Tight, clenching jaws, grinding teeth
- Relieves mental fatigue
- Improves concentration and alertness
- Promotes hair growth
The Indian Head Massage Treatment
You will remain clothed and seated throughout the treatment. I start working on your head and then move onto massaging your neck, back, shoulders and also upper arms. I return to return to your head to further relax your mind. I finish the treatment with a relaxing facial massage focusing on releasing tension in your jaw, clear sinus congestion and calm your mind.
No oil is used on the head or hair.
For more information, click on Indian Head Massage or if you wish to make an appointment, e:mail your details on the Contact page.
Interested in Learning Indian Head Massage?
I teach the 2-day training course throughout the year. The next course is Saturday 11th & Sunday 12th November. It is an excellent introduction into Swedish/Remedial Massage. It allows you to find out if you enjoy doing massage on clients before committing your time and money to a year’s course. You don’t need to have any previous massage to enrol in the course. There are also low set up costs as just require a chair.
By attending the 2-day course, completing case studies and doing a practical exam, you will be qualified to perform a professional Indian Head Massage treatment.
The treatment is versatile and popular at Staff Wellbeing Days, Charity Events and at Pamper parties.
If you would like to learn more about Indian Head Massage, click on Indian Head Massage Course Edinburgh or you can e:mail for more information by clicking on Contact the page.
I am a member of the Complementary Medical Association – http://www.the-cma.org.uk/Colleges/Me-Time-Therapies-Training-463/