All the usual benefits of massage apply to an Indian head massage along with lots of unique physical and psychological effects.
General and specific relaxation for muscles, providing immediate relief.
Fibrous adhesions (knots) can be broken down.
Disperses toxins from tense, knotted muscles.
Relief from acute and chronic neck and shoulder stiffness.
Loosens the scalp.
Relaxes the whole body.
Increases oxygen uptake in the tissues.
Improves blood circulation in previously congested muscles providing additional oxygen to the brain.
Promotes high levels of alertness, concentration and better memory.
Improves lymphatic drainage, allowing for the disposal of toxins from the body.
Increases joint mobility.
Provides relief from disorders such as earache, eye strain, tinnitus, aching jaws from clenching or grinding teeth, sinusitis, tension headache, migraine.
Provides relief from hair disorders associated with stress, alopecia, dandruff, psoriasis.
Improves disturbed sleep and insomnia.
Can give your hair lustrous shine and promotes hair growth.
Reduces stress and fatigue.
Revitalizes and uplifts spirit.
Increases levels of alertness and concentration.
Lifts feelings of depressions, despondence and desperation.
Clears the perspective and thinking.
Induces a state of calm, peace and tranquillity.
Balances chakra energy.
Releases stagnant energy, boosting available energy on all levels.
Provides a feeling of having been healed.
Information provided by the Camelot Spa Group
The Camelot Spa Group's professional therapists specialise in everything from traditional holistic health treatments to the latest skincare technology, affording clients an unforgettable sensory experience.
Boasting world-class spas in Gauteng, Kwa-Zulu Natal, the Western Cape, and even Swaziland, the Camelot Spa Group take pride in creating tranquil environments in which clients can find balance and serenity.