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Indian Head Massage

Indian head massage is an ancient therapeutic practice that has been used in India for over 2000 years, (since around 600 b.c.) this treatment focuses on massaging acupressure points along the head, neck, and shoulders, often using circular massage strokes to improve hair and scalp condition.



• Promotes hair growth by increasing oxygen in the hair follicles which stimulates growth and health.
• Prevents headaches and migraines by releasing built-up tension in the head and neck area and relieving muscle stiffness.
• Renews and balances energy levels by working with the three higher chakras.
• Relieves symptoms of depression and anxiety through relaxation.
• Boosts memory capabilities by relieving stress and quieting the mind.
• Stimulates lymphatic drainage by circulating blood to the neck area.
• Better sleep by reducing stress.
• Improves circulation of cerebral spinal fluid.


A head massage is a fantastic treatment for anyone and everyone to wind down, relax and give yourself a bit of tlc.


A typical Indian head massage treatment, usually starts with the shoulders, working into this area especially as it often holds a lot of tension. Following this, flowing motions will move up the neck massaging and stretching to relieve any stress and tension. Finally, the scalp is then massaged along the acupressure points on the head, followed up by the forehead and the area around the eyes, this massage is coupled with oils, which condition the hair and promotes growth and healthy skin.


To allow the indian head massage to be fully beneficial, please avoid the following for the next 24 hours:
Strenuous activity
Undertaking a long drive
Heavy meals
It is also beneficial to avoid shampooing your hair for several hours after treatment.
To remove the oils, it is advisable to massage shampoo into dry hair, then wash it off. If possible, try and relax for the rest of the day, and try to drink plenty of water. Be aware that you might experience a variety of reactions, following the treatment. Usually you will feel very relaxed, and be able to reap the benefits.
You may also experience:
Aching and soreness within the muscles - this is due to the release of toxins and the body’s nerves responding to the deep massage work.
Tiredness - caused by the release of toxins. After the tiredness has gone, you should feel refreshed and energetic.
Heightened emotions - perhaps even being tearful. This is due to the release of tensions.
Dizziness or nausea
Disrupted sleeping patterns
Increased release of mucus in the nose or mouth
These reactions are normal and show that toxins are being expelled from the body, & that it is rebalancing and cleansing itself.


-Soothes the sinuses - as well as being great for headaches, indian head massage is a great way to reduce sinus trouble for when you have a cold. To put a stop to sinus pain, simply massage the pressure points along your cheekbones.
-refreshes tired eyes - we all spend too much time staring at screens nowadays, and indian head massage is one way to ease eye strain. Massaging around the eye and into the temples loosens the muscles around your eye sockets and can help them feel rejuvenated and refreshed.
-a part of life across cultures - in countries such as india and turkey, head massage is commonly incorporated into the barber’s service, so if you’re ever abroad, consider getting your hair cut at the local salon! In india, head massage is also frequently part of wedding and birth traditions and rituals.

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