Types of Massage and Complementary Therapies

indian head massage

20 Nov: The Full Guide to Indian Head Massage at Events

If you have never experienced the blissful relaxation that comes from Indian head massage, then you are in for a treat. The ancient Ayurvedic massage technique focuses on the head, face, neck and shoulders, working deep into the tissues to bring calm, peace and serenity.

events indian head massage

10 Aug: 5 Reasons Why You Need Events Indian Head Massage

If you have never experienced the blissful relaxation that comes from Indian head massage, then you are in for a treat. The ancient Ayurvedic massage technique focuses on the head, face, neck and shoulders, working deep into the tissues to bring calm, peace and serenity.

reflexology

02 Sep: Restoring Natural Balance with Wellbeing at Events

Reflexology is a style of massage that is often used to relieve tension and in some cases has helped individuals with other medical conditions. It is a non-intrusive complementary health therapy, based on the theory that different zones on the feet, lower leg, hands, face or ears correspond with different areas of the body. The theory goes that by manipulating one of these zones it stimulates the movement of energy along nerve channels and helps to restore homeostasis, or balance, to the whole body.

Backcountry skier

31 Jan: Injury Free Skiing – Our Top Tips

There are several types of massage effective for skiers. Warm up or pre-ski massage will help to prepare your body for the physical exertion by warming up the muscles. Deep tissue massage focuses on the deeper layers of muscle tissue, targeting on certain areas and applying firmer strokes and pressure on these areas, good for releasing knots from a vigorous day on the slopes. Relaxation or Swedish massage uses long strokes and gentle kneading and rolling of the skin and muscles, a great massage for creating a feeling of general all round relaxation and wellbeing.

wedding foot massage

30 Jul: Wedding Treatments to Help you Prepare for Wedding Bliss

August is the most popular month of the year to get married, with 15% of UK weddings taking place this month that was over 36,500 last year*. Weddings are a fantastic opportunity to celebrate with friends and family and planning your wedding day can be fun and exciting, but it can also be a bit over whelming. With venues to find, ceremony’s to organise, table plans to write it can sometimes all get too much. The trick is to pace yourself and plan in a few treats along the way to make the whole experience an indulgence.