Indian Head Massage

Claire Mark

Laura Hart

Gay Lancaster
Beckie Shaw

Claire Mark, CIBTAC, BABTAC, Dip. CIBT, Dip. GHT

Claire studied beauty therapy and aromatherapy at a beauty school in Northern Ireland and qualified if 1997. Since then Claire has worked as a spa manager and therapist and during that time gained diplomas in advanced massage and waxing!


Laura Hart, Massage Therapist ITEC Dip. GW Dip. LSM Dip. CthA

Laura gained an ITEC diploma in Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology and Body Massage at Brooklands College, Ashford and is a member of the CthA. She furthered her training and skills by gaining diplomas in Indian Head Massage, Seated Acupressure and Thai Massage and more recently Manual Lymphatic Drainage. Laura is happy to combine various bodywork techniques according to the clients needs.

 


Gay Lancaster - Holistic and Sports Massage Therapist  BTEC Level 4

Gay is fully qualified to provide Deep Tissue and  Pregnancy Massage, Hot Stone Massage, Myofacial Release,  Indian Head Massage and Clinical Massage.


Beckie Shaw MCThA - ITEC

Beckie is a member of the Complementary Therapist Association and qualified with ITEC in Holistic Massage in 2005. She specialises in trigger point and Myofascial release techniques to alleviate muscle problems in the neck, back shoulders and arms.

What is it?

This is a wonderfully relaxing therapy, which relieves tension in the scalp, face and shoulders - a true stress buster. It involves a massage of the head, face, upper back, neck and shoulders in a seated, upright position. It can help rid one of aches, pains and stress symptoms, promotes healthy hair growth, soothe, comfort and re -balance your skin, whilst giving you a deep sense of calm and tranquility.

The History

Indian Head Massage is based on the ancient Indian healing system called Ayurveda. It has been practised in India for thousands of years, originally by women grooming themselves, keeping their hair healthy, thick and in beautiful condition. Massaging the scalp stimulates circulation thus increasing blood supply and nourishment to the hair follicles (roots). To increase relaxation and the aspects of tranquility the face, neck, and upper back are also incorporated into the session.