Indian Head Massage: Simple Routines for Home, Work and Travel

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Gaia, 2007 - Health & Fitness - 144 pages
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From the ancient Indian tradition of Ayurvedic healing, these head massage techniques have long been shown to relieve headaches, improve circulation, and ease muscle pain and tension. Combined with meditation, visualization, and breathing exercises, they can treat indigestion, harmonize the body’s energies, help with psychological problems, and even drug and alcohol dependency. This guide gives busy people ways to experience the benefits of head massage throughout the day—starting with a shower massage, continuing with a series of brief self-massages during travel and at work breaks, and then, at bedtime, sharing an intimate massage routine with a partner.

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About the author (2007)

Eilean Bentley is trained in Indian head massage, shiatsu, reiki and acupressure. She teaches in adult education centres, and treats patients in the detox unit of a National Health Service hospital. Eilean is author of the best-sellling Step-by-step Guide to Head, Neck and Shoulders Massage and The Busy Person's Guide: Massage. Location: UK.

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