Indian Head Massage

Indian head Massage is a simple, safe and highly beneficial therapy which has been popular in the sub-continent for over a 1000 years.

Massage of the scalp, face, neck and shoulders soothes, comforts and re-balances the energy flow to produce a feeling of peace and tranquillity. The head, neck and shoulders – all energy centres where tension is most likely to accumulate – are gently and rhythmically massaged until the pressure begins to simply float away.

By stimulating scalp circulation, Indian Head Massage relaxes the scalp and tones up the subcutaneous muscles, relieving eye strain and headaches and improving concentration. It also eliminates muscle tension and restores joint movement by stretching and mobilising the tissues of the neck and shoulders. It is, therefore, especially beneficially to computer users who often experience pain and stiffness in these areas. Additional benefits can be gained from the (optional) use of special oils to nourish the hair roots, promoting improvement in the texture and growth of the hair and even reducing hair loss.

The treatment is quick (up to 30 mins) and easy to perform. It is done in a special massage chair with the client fully clothed, and therefore avoids any embarrassment or anxiety.

A simple yet very effective therapy that provides relief from aches, pains and tension and brings relaxation to the neck, shoulders, head and face. It is especially good for the relief of headaches, stress and insomnia.

Practitioners

The Indian Head Massage Practitioner at Keats is Vivien Jackson.