Welcome to Indian
Head Massage at Natural Earth
Indian Head Massage is a form of
natural therapy that aims to promote natural health- it is considered
an alternative and natural treatment used to enhance a happy and
described in the ancient Indian Ayurvedic medical texts, Indian
Head Massage is a technique designed to aid, support and, if necessary
rectify any problems concerning the uppermost three of the major
'Chakra' or energy points within the human body.
The technique involves an intensive but gentle massage of the head,
neck and upper body. The beneficial effects are said to be particularly
effective in the relief of headaches, eye problems, improving blood
and lymphatic circulation also helping scalp and hair follicle health.
The technique is very popular in India where massage therapies
of many types are routinely used on a day to day basis as an aid
to a healthy, fit and well balanced lifestyle.
recipient of the massage is normally required to be sitting in a
chair and relaxed. Clothing is normally worn although due to the
aromatic essential oils the masseur will employ, some people like
to wear either a tea shirt or no top at all in order to avoid the
oils staining their clothes.
The neck and shoulder muscles are usually the therapists main focus
at the beginning of a massage session followed by an intensive massage
of the head itself. The muscles are needed and probed by the masseurs
fingers, the scalp and hair are worked on with rubbing and combing
movements of the hands and fingers. The ears are manipulated with
pressing and pulling actions which increase circulation and can
reduce blood pressure.
the massage the recipient will gain greater benefit by remaining
in a relaxed position for a further 20 - 30 minutes.
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