Aromatherapy Massage uses essential oils from plants to enhance holistic wellbeing and improve physical and emotional symptoms of discomfort. The therapeutic properties of the oils can relieve many health conditions, whilst holistic body massage leads the recipient into a state of deep relaxation and inner healing.
Holistic massage and bodywork supports and nurtures the relationship between mind, body and spirit. It integrates elements of therapeutic and classical massage bodywork techniques using elements of deep tissue manipulation, Swedish massage, Ayurvedic massage, Shiatsu, Cranio-sacral therapy, Reiki and chakra balancing to promote deep relaxation and revitalization. Different massage strokes, rhythms and pressure are used to soothe, invigorate and aid rejuvenation.
Reflexology is a gentle, yet powerful treatment that works on reflex or pressure points on the feet that mirror the entire body’s systems. Through gentle massage techniques, the practitioner can unblock stagnant energy, releasing tension and toxicity in the body. This treatment helps to balance and revitalize the body’s systems leading it into optimum natural health.
The recipient sits fully clothed whilst the practitioner works on the feet.
Reiki is a form of hands-on healing, channeling prana or life energy to the recipient. To connect to a source of healing energy raises the cellular vibration of the body, realigns chakra imbalances and reminds the mind, body and spirit to return to wholeness.
The recipient remains fully clothed (seated or lying down) whilst the practitioner channels healing energy through the palms of the hands. These are gently placed on or over the person’s major energy lines to encourage relaxation, peace and equilibrium.
Indian Head Massage is based on the ancient Ayurvedic healing system of India. It is a powerful massage tool, ironing-out knots and tension held in the upper back, shoulders, scalp and face through pressure points. This releases tension, enhancing the supply of oxygen to the brain, improving circulation, lymph flow and aiding concentration.
The recipient sits fully clothed in a chair whilst the practitioner works on the upper back, shoulders, head and face. Oils can be used.