The Magic of Indian Head Massage
“Ewan McGregor visited the Virgin Clubhouse at Heathrow for some pampering and caused a commotion. Our onlooker says: "Gorgeous masseuses were squabbling over who would give him an Indian head massage,”” according to a 2008 Mirror article.
Other celebrities like Madonna, Naomi Campbell, Nicole Kidman and Sophie Dahl have all too discovered the magic of massage and its therapeutic powers.
Calista Flockhart and Sophie Dahl are fans of the Javanese lular massage – an Indonesian massage which combines deep tissue massage with exfoliation – while Madonna, Salma Hayek and Samantha Mumba swear by Indian head massage for easing stress and tension.
Working with a firm and gentle rhythm Indian head massage helps to relieve muscular discomfort and tension as well as calming the spirit and aiding relaxation, it also improves circulation in the head, enhances the senses and promotes clear thinking.
Indian Head Massage has physical and mental benefits: release from anxiety, stress and mental stain, high levels of concentration, relief from depression, relaxation, aids memory, improves muscle tone, scalp stimulation increasing blood circulation, promoting healthy hair, increase of oxygen and glucose supply to the brain.
A light massage combined with migraine pressure points will give you the greatest relief. It can be done by a professional or you can do it yourself. A self-massage is a simple and effective way to reduce or remove the pain associated with tension headaches. If you want to learn how to do an Indian head massage, get enrolled into a massage course for a step by step How To!