Indian head massageSue Johnson and Sarah Cohen
About Indian head massage
This form of massage takes place fully clothed on an ordinary chair, and works on the upper back, shoulders, upper arms, neck, head, ears and face. The areas are massaged using firm yet gentle, rhythmic movements that involve acupressure points called Marma points. Oils may be used in the hair if you wish.
Indian head massage is great for relieving the stress and tension in our everyday lives. The technique uses controlled movements and has a strong effect on the three higher chakras.
Indian Head Massage has been part of life in India for over 1000 years drawing on the Ayurvedic tradition.
It is a small therapy with huge effects bringing deep relaxation restoring physical and psychological balance to the whole body.
CONDITIONS That HAVE Been TREATED
With Indian Head Massage we have effectively treated many conditions over many years working with my clients and am interested in the relationship of each client with the condition they have.
It is this relationship and helping each client find their own body again which enables change to happen. Examples of treatments are:
- promotion of hair growth
- encouraging the body to detoxify
- relieving sleeplessness
- reduction of anxiety and depression.
Indian Head Massage will renew energy levels and boost memory capabilities.
About Sarah Cohen
I work both as a massage therapist and teach holistic and Indian Head massage to a professional level at the Fold as part of the Bristol College of Massage and Bodywork.
I qualified with BCMB with a level 4 qualification awarded by the Massage Training Institute and am on the CNHC register.
45 minutes session £35
I work both at the Fold and also from my practice rooms in Lower Moor between Pershore and Evesham.
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