Indian Head Massage works on the upper back, shoulders, neck, scalp and face. The areas are massaged using firm yet gentle, rhythmic movements. The use of oil is optional.
â€¢eases headaches and migraine
â€¢helps localised blood and lymphatic circulation
â€¢boosts the immune system
â€¢restores joint movement
Reiki is a natural healing technique and is easily adapted.
â€¢ promotes natural self healing
â€¢ reduces/eliminates pain and discomfort
â€¢ deep relaxation
â€¢ reduces stress
â€¢ increased energy levels
â€¢ helps sleep problems
â€¢ calms and balances the mind
â€¢ heals emotional and physical pain
Being complementary reiki works well alongside other healthcare.
A Reiki treatment involves the client lying down, fully clothed, with their eyes closed whilst the Reiki Practitioner places their hands on or above the body.
Firming Facial Massage
This massage can help prevent new lines appearing and make skin look smoother, firmer and younger!
This treatment uses a combination of massage and acupressure techniques to stimulate the flow of blood to the face and encourage the lymph system to drain away any excess fluid as well as soothing and firming specific points. This treatment is fantastic for draining sinuses and easing headaches too.
Aromatherapy massage is a holistic therapy that treats the mind, body and spirit. When essential oils are applied to the body during a massage, the essential oils enter the skin through the hair follicles where they are absorbed in to the blood stream and circulated around the body.
Aromatherapy has many benefits to the person being treated and can:
*Enhance mood and general feeling of well-being through massage and the use of essential oils.
*Improve blood and lymphatic circulation through massage and the use of essential oils. Depending upon the essential oils used the blood vessels will either constrict or dilate thereby raising or lowering blood pressure.
*Balance the hormone production by the endocrine system. Essential oils such as clary sage can mimic oestrogen.
*Strengthen the immune system by helping to kill viruses, bacteria and fungal infections.
*Encourage restful sleep.
Nutritional therapy involves the application of nutrition health and science in order to promote optimum health and peak performance and prevent illness. It involves dietary intervention and if appropriate, the sensible use of dietary supplements.
Nutritional therapy can help to alleviate a wide range of conditions and support recovery from ill health.
Nutritional therapy is recognised as a complementary medicine and is relevant for individuals with chronic conditions, as well as those looking for support to enhance their health and well-being.
Every person is, of course, unique and treatment plans will differ according to that particular individualâ€™s requirements and genetic constitution.
As a qualified Holistic Nutritionist and Herbalist, in a consultation I will create a plan with you to include food, herbs and lifestyle recommendations, recipes, and guidance on food. Prior to your appointment, you will be asked to fill out a questionnaire detailing your medical history, diet and current lifestyle. Itâ€™s important I see this prior to your consultation to allow me to analyse any contributory factors to your health issues. During your consultation I will go through the questionnaire with you in detail.
Clients will always be referred to their GP should there be any signs or symptoms of concern.