Indian Head Massage Diploma

This Indian Head Massage training course is an ideal starting point for beginners or as a welcome addition to skills of the practicing therapist.  This stress-relieving therapy can be performed anywhere, there is no need for undressing and clients can be seated upright in a chair.  It promotes deep relaxation and relief from stress, strain and tension and requires no expensive equipment to get started.

You will learn how to safely use massage techniques on upper back, neck, shoulders, upper arms, head, and face.

Duration: One full day

Cost: £120.00

Entry Requirement: No prior learning required but will need relevant A & P (available as pre-course study if required)

CPD Points: 12

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8th September 2018

10am - 4pm

10th November 2018

10am - 4pm

5th January 2019

10am - 4pm

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When we are feeling stressed or angry, tension builds up in energy centres around the head, face, neck and shoulders.  This can later display itself as eye strain, headaches, migrane and stiff neck and shoulders.  This firm but gentle massage technique helps to unblock this uncomfortable build up of tension and aid relief.  The effect of this therapy is not just physical but works on and emotional level too, calming the spirit, relieving stress and promoting relaxation.

Physical benefits

  • improved blood circulation
  • general feeling of relaxation, calmness and well-being
  • improved muscle tone
  • improved respiration by encouraging deeper breathing
  • release of muscular tension
  • relieves muscular pain and fatigue
  • relief of physical and emotional stress
  • softens and regenerates skin
  • stimulates lymphatic system
  • encourages hair growth
  • helps relieve eye strain and tension headaches
  • helps relieve sinus problems
  • promotes better concentration
  • improves sleep pattern and general relaxation

Psychological benefits

  • creates balances feeling in whole body
  • revitalises and refreshens mind and body
  • relieves stress, anxiety and depression
  • can promote emotional release in some cases