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Indian Head Massage
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Indian Head Massage has been practised for thousands of years. It is a very relaxing treatment and excellent for neck and shoulder tension.
is Indian Head Massage?
The art of Indian Head Massage is an Ayurvedic form of healing and relaxation used widely in Asia, mainly by masseurs and hairdressers, to combat daily tension and stress. This form of massage is now one of the most popular therapies available at the moment.
The Malish technique addresses the back, neck, scalp and face using a variety of massage pressures and techniques and is one of the most relaxing types of massages you will ever experience. A typical treatment normally lasts 45 minutes.
Why would you have an Indian Head Massage?
Ideal for any neck or shoulder tension, the massage starts on the back and neck working deeply over the muscles and pressure points that help the muscles to relax.
Moving on to the scalp, massage techniques are used which relax, stimulate and revive this area. The whole scalp is covered to encourage circulation, oxygen and nutrients to the area. The effect of this is to help stimulate hair growth and revitalize the brain.
Finally, the treatment finishes with a wonderful soothing face massage, which includes pressure points and draining techniques that may help headaches and sinus problems.
The massage does not require removal of clothing - wear comfortable clothing and a thin top (such as a t-shirt or shirt, etc).
The day consists of:
At the end of the course you will receive a fully illustrated colour manual along with a certificate of completion.
(near Yorkshire border)
Central Manchester M1, UK
Note: Locations can be organised closer to you if you have a group of people that wish to be trained.
Class sizes are limited to 4 people to ensure individual attention, so please return a completed booking form to reserve your place.
Due to demand throughout the year, further courses may be provided which are not advertised. Please contact us if any of these dates are not suitable.
Training is also available on weekdays.
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