Indian head massage is an invigorating, revitalising and uplifting treatment working on the upper back, shoulders, neck, scalp and face.
Indian head massage (or “Champi” in Hindi) is a practice that originated over a thousand years ago in India, where it stemmed from a tradition of family grooming. Indian mothers used to massage their daughters’ hair with different oils to encourage long, lustrous locks.
– Increases oxygen and glucose supply to the brain.
– Improves circulation of cerebrospinal fluid.
– Dissipates accumulated toxins in the head.
– Increases the brain’s pranic energy level.
– Helps reduce hair loss, premature balding and greying.
– Growth and lustre of hair is improved.
– Massage of the temples, eyebrows and forehead improves eyesight and concentration.
– Good for the sinuses.
– Helps in the development of a six- to nine-month-old baby’s eyesight and brain.