The head, neck and shoulders are important energy centres within the body. If you are stressed, tension tends to accumulate here which can result in a stiff neck or shoulders, eyestrain or headaches. Physical or emotional stress tends to result in tightening of the muscles in the back, shoulders, neck, face and scalp.
Indian Head Massage focuses on these areas bringing about a release of tension and promoting relaxation. Clients tend to notice immediate improvements in physical and mental functioning.
Would you like to practise professionally as a therapist using Indian Head Massage? First attend the beginners’ course, then move onto Level 2.
Indian Head Massage Level 1 (beginners)
This is the perfect way to learn Indian Head Massage – a soothing complementary therapy massage course which is a fun and informative experience for beginners. The course is taught over two days in Edinburgh. Find out more about Level 1…
Indian Head Massage Level 2
The second stage of Indian Head Massage focuses on how you would practise as a therapist, including some additional, technical massage moves that enhance the basic Indian Head Massage routine. Stage 2 also includes an exam and case studies to ensure you are safe and ready to practise as a therapist. Find out more about Level 2…