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For centuries, head massage has played an essential part in Ayurvedic medicine, widely practised throughout India and some parts of Asia.

In India it is still a regular aspect of daily life, and head massage is frequently practised on street corners or beaches.

The massage is revitalizing, uplifting, invigorating and a very relaxing treatment that involves massaging the upper back, shoulders, scalp and face.

Using acupressure points on the head and scalp region bringing relief from many ailments including migraines, headaches, stiff neck, insomnia.

The headmassage can be done in a seated or lying down position – with or without oil, depending on the clients needs.