Indian Head Massage (Champissage)

Information provided by, Indian Head Massage has its roots deep within the Indian culture. It was originally practiced by Indian women as part of daily family grooming and as a means of bonding with their family. As such, it was passed down the generations from mother to daughter. Indian Head Massage is often seen practiced by Indian barbers as part of a visit to the barber. It can also be seen being practiced on the beaches in some areas of India. Indian Head Massage or Champissage was brought to the West by Narendra Mehta, who on moving to England, missed his regular massage treatments and set about teaching his form of Indian Head Massage, refining the techniques and routines into a standardized form. He began teaching in London, but his work is quickly spreading worldwide.

What is Indian Champissage?

Indian Champissage ™ includes massage of the shoulders, upper arms, neck, scalp, face, ears and ends with energy balancing. It is based on the traditional form of Champi (head massage) practiced in India for over 1,000 years. It is a wonderfully relaxing therapy. This massage is safe, simple to learn and very effective to give, without the need to undress or use oils. It can provide relief from aches and pains, stress symptoms, insomnia, promote hair growth, soothe, comfort and rebalance your energy flow, which gives you a deep sense of peace, calm and tranquility.

What are the benefits of this therapy?

Recipients regularly report reduction in muscular tension. There are many benefits including: 1. Muscular relaxation 2. Loosening up of neck and shoulder joints 3. Relief from headaches, eyestrain, sinusitis, insomnia, migraine and jaw ache 4. A sense of calmness, release of anxiety and help in clearer thinking. This therapy is excellent for computer users and all office workers. It is also good for everyone who is leading a stressful life.
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