indian head massage
Ultimate relaxing massage
This is a wonderfully relaxing, stress-relieving and re-energising treatment, traditionally from India and also now including oily massage of the upper back, shoulders, neck, head and face.
It not only eases tension within in the shoulder and neck area, but also helps to improve the condition of the skin and hair, stimulating the flow of blood, lymph and oxygen in your upper body, and therefore may clear your sinuses, relieve stress and help you sleep better.
Usually done whilst seated comfortably and wrapped in a blanket (although can be done laying on the massage couch if necessary, and is an even more amazing treatment when combined with Reiki.)
£30 for 40 minutes
£39 for 60 minutes
£99 for 3 x 60 minute treatments
All treatment and private sessions are available at these wonderful venues in Bedfordshire:
The Karma Room, The Old School, Oakley, MK43 7RX
Little Breathing Space @ The Granary Yoga Studio, Manor Farm, MK43 0YD
Please contact me to book or if you have any questions
"The recent Indian Head Massage with Pippa was so relaxing, I felt so calm and chilled out afterwards. Highly recommend Pippa for the treatments she offers."
"Had an amazing Indian Head Massage and Thai Foot Massage with Pippa. The massages were very good: relaxing and in a lovely calm environment."
"I love having my head massaged so this was a real treat, I also felt those knots in my shoulders and neck melt away. Felt really revived afterwards."
"Pippa's treatments are incredible! I have had both that Indian head massage and closing the bones ceremony and both were highly therapeutic, beneficial and excellent value for money."
"Thank you to Pippa, for a shoulder, neck, head and face massage that was so relaxing after suffering from stiff, achey muscles from breast feeding my baby son. Pippa offered to watch me feed and helped adjust my positioning too which was fantastically helpful. I would definitely recommend the massage to any mummy's that are feeling the physical strain of breast feeding or any other activity that leaves you feeling tight and achy."