Indian Head Massage Diploma
Investment - £150
(£50 non-refundable deposit to secure your place on the course)
Indian Head Massage has been practised in India for over 1000 years. Traditionally the techniques were restricted to the head and hair, to improve scalp and hair condition of Indian women.
The massage you will learn is for the upper back, shoulders, arms, neck, face and scalp.
Indian Head Massage is a safe, accessible, and convenient therapeutic treatment that can be performed either in the clinic or the workplace. This holistic treatment can provide instant relief from tension and stress symptoms promoting a state of calm, peace and harmony.
This simple yet effective therapy uses a variety of techniques to manipulate soft tissue. It is performed with the client in a seated position, with or without the use of oils. The therapist uses a range of different massage pressures and rhythms to stimulate the head, neck, and upper back and shoulder area. A typical massage will last about 45 minutes.
Benefits and Effects
Indian Head Massage provides relief from aches and pains, promotes a healthy scalp and hair, and helps induce relaxation and a feeling of well-being.
Other physical and psychological benefits include:
General and specific relaxation of muscles, providing immediate relief.
Fibrous adhesions (knots and nodules) can be broken down.
Loosening of the scalp.
Relaxation of the whole body.
Dispersal of toxins from tense, knotted muscles
Improved circulation of blood and increased oxygen uptake.
Stimulation and improvement of the circulation of the lymphatic system.
Help in the relief of eyestrain and tension headaches.
Excellent for disturbed sleep and insomnia
Help with mental tiredness and tension.
Relief from mental and emotional stress.
A wonderful addition to your therapy room.
How will you be assessed?
Practical Indian Head Massage assessments
Do I have to do any work outside of class time?
Case studies - 3 clients x 3 treatments
Assignment and Anatomy and Physiology section is Home Study
The anatomy and physiology will be embedded within the practical sessions.
Students will be expected to focus on this section of the course as part of their home study.
1 day practical course - 10am - 4pm
Assessment to follow upon completion of case studies
Refreshments and a vegetarian lunch will be provided if required, or bring a packed lunch.