Indian Head Massage

Indian Head Massage is also known as Champissage – from the Indi word champi which means shampooing or head massage – and comes from the ayurvedic medicine which bring a balance for good health.

Narendra Mehta, a Physiotherapist and pioneer of Indian Champissage from the 70’s, extends this technique done traditionally on head to face, neck, shoulders, upper arms and upper back where there is the most accumulation of stress and tension. Interested in adding the Therapeutic value of Indian Head Massage, he also incorporated the 3 higher chakras to work on the subtle energy and to balance the whole person.

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Inner Peace, Balance & Harmony – Any physical and mental tension melts away

Anne is wonderful – I have got done my feet done and my head massaged and felt so good after – able to walk much better.

Sean Q.RetiredDublin, Ireland

How can it help?

  • Relieves tension, headaches or migraines
  • Reduces stress and anxiety
  • Improves sleep pattern
  • Reduces aches and pains (neck, shoulders, back)
  • Relieves tension in neck and shoulders
  • Clarity of mind and peace
  • Improves concentration
  • Dissipates tiredness
  • Balances chakras energy
  • Releases stagnant energy and boost energy on all levels
  • Boosts immune system

Holistic Treatment

A first session with an initial consultation lasts sixty minutes. Consecutive sessions last forty five minutes. Although you can get good results from your first session, several sessions may be recommended for specific issues and for better results.

Indian Head Massage is a complementary therapy and as such doesn’t replace conventional medicine and medication.

Very effective and balancing. Suitable for all ages and can be done on a chair and fully clothed.

As it’s a Holistic Therapy, combined treatments (of different types) can usually be done from a 2nd treatment as there is an initial consultation during the first session.

COVID-19 Reopening notice : Wednesday 29th July 2020

Dear clients, We are pleased to announce Serene Reflexology reopens on Wednesday 29th July 2020. For safety measure, it is recommended to keep a safe distance, to wear a mask during consultation and to bring your own pillow and blanket with you for the session. We're Looking forward to starting again and supporting your health and well-being. Serene Reflexology