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Indian Head Massage

Also popularly known as Champissage, the massage has been practised in India for over 1000 years.
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Indian Head Massage

Also popularly known as Champissage, the massage has been practised in India for over 1000 years. In the beginning, it was just centred around the head alone with the aim of improving Indian women’s hair growth and condition. It was introduced in the west in 1970s by Narendra Mehta
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Benefits of Indian Head Massage

Alleviates stress and tension

One of the primary benefits of Indian head massage is its ability to alleviate stress and tension. The treatment provides a deep sense of relaxation, improving mental wellbeing. As a result, it can also help to reduce feelings of anxiety and depression. Many people undergo Indian head massages during periods of stress and worry.

Relieves headaches and migraines

Tension in the mid-back, neck and head can cause headaches and migraines. An Indian head massage can help in many cases, with the massage therapist applying pressure to the back, arms, and shoulder to reduce pain and tension in the muscles. Massaging these areas of the body encourages the circulation of cerebral fluid, helping to reduce any headache-causing blockages.  

Relieves insomnia

Since an Indian head massage promotes deep relaxation and calms the mind, it’s not surprising that it can help to relieve insomnia. You can expect this type of massage to have a positive effect on your sleep cycle, promoting better quality sleep and helping you feel more alert and refreshed in the morning.

Stimulates lymphatic drainage

The body’s lymphatic system is responsible for removing waste products from the tissues and into the blood circulation. Indian head massage can help this process by stimulating circulation, promoting the natural drainage of lymph. It can also help to bring oxygen and nutrients to cells. Indian head massage is often the go-to holistic treatment for those suffering from swelling and oedema after bruising, fractures or a surgical procedure.

Enhances hair growth

The massage can also do wonders for your hair. Massaging the scalp and head provides nourishment and delivers oxygen to the hair follicles, helping to stimulate hair growth. The massage techniques used opens up the blood vessels, improving absorption by the blood vessels. Research has also shown that this type of massage can increase hair thickness by stretching the cells of the follicles, stimulating them to produce thicker, healthier hair.

What to Expect During an Indian Head Massage

It is a deeply relaxing holistic treatment that uses acupressure massage to release stress that has accumulated in the tissues, muscles and joints of the head, face, neck and shoulders.
£40.00

Indian Head Massage

45 MINUTES

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