Ayurverdic Indian Head Massage has always played an important role in Indian family life. Early Ayurverdic text, which date back nearly 4000 years show that it originally was developed by woman, who used different oils according to the seasons to keep their hair strong, lustrous and in beautiful condition.
Champissage or Indian Head Massage is a holistic natural treatment modality which treats the whole person. Even though only the upper back, arms, neck scalp and face in getting treated.
An early version of Indian Head Massage was brought to Europe in the early 1300 hundreds, by barbers. It proved to be quite popular for some time, but then petered out.
It was re-introduced by an Indian Narendra Mehta, who grew up in India and was used to this kind of treatment. On moving to England he saw that this very relaxing and holistic massage was missing and returned to India where he studied the ancient art of head massage 출장마사지. Narendra then returned to England in the 1980’s, where he re-introduced Indian Head Massage.
A treatment last approximately 25 to 30 min. it is done fully clothed and without any oils. The client is sitting in a low backed chair, which means that this massage can be done virtually anywhere.
Indian Head Massage use acupressure points located on the head, neck shoulders, arms and face to stimulate circulation (both blood and lymph), re-balance energy and release blockages which cause stress and strain. It increases oxygen uptake in tissues and dispersal of toxins, loosening of the scalp, which is often a reason for tension headaches or migraines.
Indian Head Massage has numerous benefits. It works on the physical, mental and emotional levels and works areas most vulnerable to stress and tension.
Some more benefits:
o General relaxation
o Improved blood and lymph circulation
o Calms, revitalizes and uplifts the spirit
o Relaxes taut and uncomfortable muscles
o Can give your hair a healthy lustrous shine
o Encourages deeper breathing
o Help on concentration and clearer thinking
Can help relieve the following conditions:
o Eye strain
o Tension headaches
o Jaw ache
o Sinusitis congestion
Indian Head Massage is not for everyone: the following conditions cannot be treated or must be treated with care.
o Any recent head or neck injury, including whiplash an concussion
o Severe bruising in the areas to be treated
o Recent hemorrhage
o Infectious skin and scalp disorders
o Cuts and abrasions in the treatment areas
o Recent operation
o High temperature, illness and fever
For best effect please refrain from using any hair spray or hair gels.
A Champissage treatment also provides the client with something of great value, which is often missing in our fast paced world. The power of touch! It is a treatment that must be experienced to be fully appreciated.