Indian Head Massage

The art of Indian Head Massage is an Ayurvedic form of healing and relaxation used widely in Asia, mainly by masseurs and hairdressers, to combat daily tension and stress. This form of massage is now one of the most popular therapies available at the moment. The Malish technique addresses the back, neck, scalp and face using a variety of massage pressures and techniques and is one of the most relaxing types of massages you will ever experience.
Ideal for any neck or shoulder tension, the massage starts on the back and neck working deeply over the muscles and pressure points that help the muscles to relax. Moving on to the scalp, massage techniques are used which relax, stimulate and revive this area. The whole scalp is covered to encourage circulation, oxygen and nutrients to the area. The effect of this is to help stimulate hair growth and revitalize the brain. Finally, the treatment finishes with a wonderful soothing face massage, which includes pressure points and draining techniques that may help headaches and sinus problems.
The massage does not require removal of clothing - wear comfortable clothing and a thin top (such as a t-shirt or shirt, etc).

Hopi Ear Candle

Hopi Ear Candling or Thermal Auricular Therapy as it is also known, can be used to treat many
conditions of the ear, nose and throat area. The candles work by vapourising their ingredients
once lit, causing convectional air flow towards the first chamber of the ear. The candle creates
a mild suction which lets the vapours gently massage the eardrum and auditory canal.
The candles can be used today as a relaxing treatment to ease away the stresses of our Western
culture and to address a number of problems relating to the ear, neck and face areas. Many people have described the nose from the Hopi Candle as a slight hissing sound mixed with snapping and crackling like rice crispies!

Hopi Ear Candling can help with :-
Tinitus, compacted ear wax and glue ear, Sore throats, hay fever, Headache and migraine
Sinusitis and rhinitis - inflammation of the paranasal sinuses / irritation and inflammation of some
internal areas of the nose Catarrh and asthma, Vertigo, Meniere's Disease and Neuralgia.

If you are in doubt about any of these conditions or problems you have with your ear you
must consult your GP before attending a treatment.


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