What is Indian Head Massage?
Massage is the oldest form of medicine known to humans and has been practiced for thousands of years. The art of Indian Head Massage originated from Ayurveda, the ancient Indian system of medicine. This Sanskrit word can be translated as the “science of life” or “knowledge of life”. The Ayurvedic approach to health is the balance of body, mind and spirit and the promotion of long life.
Indian Head Massage, also known as Champissage, is a form of complementary therapy and relaxation massage that focuses on the face, head, neck, shoulders, upper back and upper arms which are important energy centers within the body. It is very relaxing and has a balancing effect on the recipient as it helps them to release stress and tension creating a sense of peace and well being.
Help relieve the following conditions:
Eyestrain, tension headaches, migraines, earaches, Tinnitus (ringing in the ear), jaw ache, sinusitis congestion, insomnia, and disturbed sleep
Indian Head Massage is done over the clothing in a seated position it can be done anywhere and at any time, making easily available just about anywhere.
What are some of the benefits of Indian Head Massage?
- Improved blood circulation increasing oxygen supply to the brain and drains away accumulated toxins
- Calms, revitalizes, uplifts the spirit, and balancing of the Chakras
- Eases stiffness, breaks down knots and nodules in muscle tissues
- Improved lymphatic drainage which helps in the removal of waste products and toxins helping the immune system
- Promotion of hair growth and giving your hair a healthy lustrous shine and improve skin condition
- Encourages deeper breathing and deep relaxation; very enjoyable and triggers the release of “feel good” chemicals called endorphins creating an almost euphoric sensation of contentment and happiness.
- Helps to dissipate mental tiredness, stress, depression resulting in greater mental alertness and concentration and clearer thinking.
Book your appointment with a Indian Head Massage practitioner, available on 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm on weekdays, and 11:00 am to 6:00 pm on Saturday, and 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm on Sunday.
Fee: $60 for 1.0hour