Reiki and Hypnotherapy in Liverpool

Indian Head Massage

Amanda offers Ayurvedic Indian Head Massage from her therapy room located in Liverpool.

Indian Head Massage
Indian Head Massage Liverpool

Indian Head Massage with Amanda

Ayurvedic Indian head massage is a therapeutic technique that has been practiced for centuries in India. It offers a wide range of benefits for both the body and the mind. Below you will find some of the key benefits of this ancient healing practice that also includes a chakra balance.

  • Cost: £35
  • Duration: 35-45 minutes
  • Consultation is required, please add an additional 15 minutes
  • With or without oil

What do I need to know about receiving an Indian Head Massage?

  • It is important that you read through the contra indications and disadvantages below prior to booking your treatment. Please, if you’re unsure of anything, get in touch with me first to discuss further
  • A consultation will always be carried out prior to treatment
  • Please ensure you are hydrated prior to massage
  • You will be seated on a chair
  • Please wear appropriate clothing that will bare your shoulders. Also, oil, which is optional, may transfer onto your clothing
  • Please bring a brush or comb for your hair

The Benefits of Receiving an Indian Head Massage

Relieves Stress and Anxiety

One of the primary benefits of Ayurvedic Indian head massage is its ability to relieve stress and anxiety. The gentle and rhythmic movements of the massage help to relax the muscles and release tension, promoting a sense of calm and tranquility. This can be particularly beneficial for individuals who lead busy and hectic lifestyles. As a result, it provides a much-needed break from the daily grind.

Improves Blood Circulation

Another important benefit is its ability to improve blood circulation. The massage techniques used in this practice help to stimulate the flow of blood to the scalp, which in turn nourishes the hair follicles and promotes healthy hair growth. Improved blood circulation also helps to deliver oxygen and nutrients to the brain, enhancing cognitive function and overall mental clarity.

Relieves Headaches and Migraines

If you suffer from frequent headaches or migraines, Ayurvedic Indian head massage may offer some relief. The massage techniques used in this practice help to release tension in the head, neck, and shoulders, which are often the primary culprits behind headaches. By targeting these areas and promoting relaxation, the massage can help to alleviate the pain associated with headaches and migraines.

Stimulates Hair Growth

Ayurvedic Indian head massage is known for its positive effects on hair health and growth. The massage techniques used in this practice help to increase blood circulation to the scalp, which nourishes the hair follicles and promotes hair growth. Additionally, the massage helps to improve the health of the scalp by removing dead skin cells and promoting the production of natural oils, which can help to prevent dryness and dandruff.

Relieves Insomnia and Promotes Better Sleep

If you struggle with insomnia or have difficulty falling asleep, this type of massage may be worth considering. The massage techniques used in this practice help to relax the mind and body, promoting a state of deep relaxation that can facilitate better sleep.

Assists with Lymphatic Drainage

Your lymphatic system plays a vital part in protecting your body and providing immunity from disease, and infection. It does this by removing waste from your muscular system.

Reduces Sinusitis

If you suffer with blocked sinuses, head massage may assist with providing you with relief.

Enhances Overall Wellbeing

In addition to its specific benefits, this type of massage also offers a holistic approach to well-being. The massage techniques used in this practice help to balance the body’s energy, or doshas, promoting a sense of harmony and equilibrium. This can have a positive impact on both physical and mental health, helping you to feel more grounded, centered, and connected.

Medical Conditions and Consultation

Although an Indian Head Massage is suitable for most, there are times when you can not have a full treatment. This is why I perform a consultation to determine if an Indian Head Massage is suitable for you. 

I put your health first, so you may need to consult your doctor to get permission before treatment. 

To avoid being refused treatment on the day please ensure you contact me in advance to tell me of any medical conditions past and present.

Your information is treated in the strictest of confidence.

One final note as with any holistic therapy, you should not be using it instead of conventional medical care. Consult a healthcare professional in the first instance.

Possible After Effects of an Indian Head Massage

  • Dizziness following an Indian Head Massage may arise if you have a problem with your blood pressure. This is a consequence of stimulating blood flow that is responsible for rasing or lowering blood pressure
  • Persistent Migraine or headache following your massage may be a bad reaction to your therapy. Also, if your hydration is low this may lead to headaches. It’s important not to have this treatment if you’re suffering from a headache or migraine
  • Irritation is another possible disadvantage especially if you are sensitive or allegic to any ingredient of the massage oil. This will be discussed during your consultation with Amanda
  • Urinating more is a possibility due to the elimination of toxins and waste materials

Ayurvedic Indian head massage is a therapeutic practice that offers a wide range of benefits for both the body and the mind. From relieving stress and anxiety to promoting hair growth and better sleep, this ancient healing technique has stood the test of time for good reason. If you’re looking for a natural and holistic approach to improving your overall well-being, this massage may be just what you need. Consider incorporating this ancient practice into your self-care routine and experience the transformative effects for yourself.



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