“Enjoy a deep relaxing and rejuvenating style of traditional head massage”

Feel stress-inducted discomforts simply melting away, promoting inner harmony and clarify of mind

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History

Practised for more than 5,000 years, Shiro Abhyanga oil treatment originates from India and is based on the ancient principles of Ayurvedic medicine. Translated from the Sanskrit as a holistic healing science, Ayurveda aims to harmonise the body, mind, senses, and soul. Ayurveda may be an ancient Indian therapy, but its appeal is thoroughly modern. This holistic system of diet, herbal remedies, and massage has become popular with thousands of celebrities, spa-goers and harried workers all around the world who wish to regain a balanced and healthy life.

“Experience instant calmness and rejuvenation”

shiro abhyanga-2“Shiro Abhyanga is a deeply relaxing and rejuvenating style of traditional head massage. Driving, reading or using the computer for too long are all known to cause poor posture and creates a tension in the neck and shoulders. Through a variety of techniques, our therapists release negative energy blocks in the body which otherwise may lead to adverse effects.

 

The Procedure

  • This incredible hair and scalp treatment is performed with scented herbal oil to nourish the hair, relax the mind and to release tension in the head, neck and upper back area.
  • A selection of marma points are manipulated to direct the flow of energy in a correct and balanced way thus enabling the release of pain and tension.

 

Shiro Abhyanga is known to help:

  • De-stress and balance the entire system
  • Strengthen the nervous system
  • Oxygenate the brain

 

Recommended to those who are experiencing eyestrain, tinnitus, jaw ache, sinusitis, and hair loss.

Banish tension that results from migraines and back pains

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Duration of Treatment

45 minutes
of rejuvenating treatment inclusive of head, neck and
shoulder massage.

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Tips

“Consider including Abhyanga Snanam treatment together with Shiro Abhyanga”