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Indian Head Massage is an essential component of the Ayurvedic healing system - the Science of Life. It has formed an integral part of Indian family and social life for over 5,000 years. Indian Head Massage is a deeply relaxing, non-invasive treatment given to a fully clothed patient, sitting in a chair. It centres upon the head, neck and shoulders, the areas most prone to stress. The efficacy of this style of massage has been known to be effective in the treatment of headaches, migraines, sinus problems, insomnia and release of tension in the neck and shoulder areas. Supervised Practical and Clinical Experience, Case Histories, Home Assignments and Individual Projects are an integral part of the Course. Some of the topics covered on the course include - Anatomy & Physiology of head, neck and shoulders. - Diseases & disorders of head, neck and shoulders. - Principles of Indian Head Massage. - History, theory and development of Indian Head Massage. - Classical massage movements. - How to perform an effective Indian Head Massage. - Physiological and psychological effects of Indian Head Massage. - Beneficial qualities and selection of specific oils. - Contra - indications to Indian Head Massage. - Methods of consultation. - Create, evaluate and review Indian Head Massage treatment - programmes. - Advanced massage techniques. - Hygiene and client care. - Professionalism and ethics. - Setting up in practice. - Introduction to Acupressure points of the head, neck and shoulders. - Introduction to Hand Reflexology. - Introduction to Chakras (energy centres) - How to look after yourself as a therapist.

Indian Head Massage is an essential component of the Ayurvedic healing system - the Science of Life. It has formed an integral part of Indian family and social life for over 5,000 years. Indian Head Massage is a deeply relaxing, non-invasive treatment given to a fully clothed patient, sitting in a chair. It centres upon the head, neck and shoulders, the areas most prone to stress. The efficacy of...

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