Indian head massage is a centuries-old treatment focusing on the head, neck and shoulders using a mix of specialist techniques to alleviate stress and tension. If you want to relieve stress and anxiety, depression, fatigue and problems with sleeping, a head massage from one of our professional visiting massage therapists can help.
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A head massage helps to relieve stress and anxiety, depression, fatigue and problems with sleeping.
This type of Indian head massage provides many benefits, helping with:
Why we recommend
Indian head massage is an age-old treatment that has been around for centuries. Focused on the head, neck and shoulders, your therapist will use a mix of specialist techniques to alleviate stress and tension. As the scalp is massaged, nerves and blood vessels are stimulated as muscles relax. This is great to try after a hard day at work, being both invigorating and relaxing.
About your massage
This very special process is normally applied whilst the client sits comfortably in a chair. As the treatment progresses, the activity of the mind will gradually slow. You may begin to notice your breathing slowing down as a sense of peace and tranquillity replaces any stress that was previously present. Your head massage therapist will use a range of movements, such as stroking and kneading with light compression applied to key areas (as with acupuncture).
At times, modern life can be chaotic and all you wish for is a zen moment. If this sounds all too familiar, a mobile Indian head massage should be your top pick because it helps with headaches and tension, joint mobility in your neck and shoulders, blood circulation, lymphatic flow, relaxation of connective tissue and even elimination of toxins. Our professional massage therapists are available to bring that zen to you with a visiting head massage, working within your busy schedule at a location that works for you such as your home, office, or a hotel.
From a comfortable spot either lying down or sitting in a chair, your scalp is massaged stimulating nerves and blood vessels as your muscles relax. Your massage therapist will use a range of movements, such as stroking and kneading with light compression applied to key areas to give you the best results. During your head massage, you’ll notice both your mind and your breathing slowing down as peace and tranquillity replace any pent up stress you might have felt. This massage is great to try after a hard day at work, being both invigorating and relaxing.