Indian Head Massage
Indian Head Massage is an ancient Indian medical system believed by many to be the oldest medical system in the world. It is based on acupressure massage and its benefits are felt throughout the body.
Traditional Indian head massage is carried out while sitting upright on a chair. The treatment includes the upper back, shoulders, arms, neck, scalp and face. A session lasts approximately 45 minutes.
Indian Head Massage is excellent for treating both physical and mental ailments. It can be used to:
- Relieve eyestrain
- Relieve insomnia
- Reduce stress
- Release anxiety and improve mood
- Ease tension headaches and migraine
- Relax muscles
- Stimulate the hair and scalp
- Boost the immune system
- Relieve sinusitis
- Help localized blood and lymphatic circulation
- Promotes an overall feeling of relaxation and calmness
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I received my first Indian head massage from Aoife Hayes. I went in with the expectations of a head massage but was pleasantly surprised to receive head neck shoulders arms, back and face massage. It was splendid. Aoife’s caring and nurturing energy new exactly what my body needed, leaving me feeling very relaxed and in such a loving space where I could let go easily. The surroundings and the room also added with its cosy homely loving feel to it. Beautiful experience.Sinead Collins
I had my first Indian Head Massage with Aoife and I completely felt incredibly relaxed, I felt stress leaving my body and the warm tranquil surroundings filled me with peace. I can’t wait to experience the other treatments available. Aoife is extremely talented, warm and friendly.
Thanks againLynette Bowes
Thank you Aoife for the wonderful experience in your therapy room at Croom Mills. You surely have magical hands. The Indian head massage was relaxing to the point of sleep inducing. The back and shoulder massage ironed out the knots that are caused by holding tension. Well done Aoife. Keep unravelling folks like meMary Burke