Are you running on empty? Tired and stressed out?
When we feel like this our nervous systems are working overtime, often giving rise to discomfort in the body. My nurturing Aromatherapy Ayurvedic Massage could be just what you need to recharge your batteries, bringing you back to balance and bliss.
My heated massage table has super snuggly blankets for your comfort. Soft music and candlelight help you drift away…
Warm, nourishing oil is applied in slow, rhythmic, sweeping strokes which warm the skin and muscles, calming the nervous system and preparing the body for some deeper work. The combination of carefully chosen essential oils and gentle warmth make this massage a deeply restful and rejuvenating experience.
As the circulation increases, the herbalised oils are absorbed through the skin and carried round the body, allowing their healing effects to benefit all the tissues, releasing tension and encouraging the elimination of toxins, speeding up recovery time from illness or injury.
Lyn is a fantastic therapist- incredibly warm and compassionate with a great deal of knowledge and experience. The treatment is amazingly powerful and relaxing, and my very sore arm is so much better. Thanks so much Lyn- and hope to return soon. Fiona
The oils are extracted from the parts of herbs and plants and contain all the properties of the plants themselves. You can add the oils to your bath or use them in a diffuser, but the most popular and effective way is through a lovely warming oil massage.
Benefits of Aromatherapy Ayurvedic Massage
- boosts energy levels
- improves circulation
- speeds up the healing process
- eases headaches
- improves sleep
- strengthens the immune system
- reduces inflammation
- improves digestion
- reduces stress
The power of essential oils is twofold. Firstly, through inhalation (and the magnificent limbic system) you’ll be relaxed by their calming smell, helping to ground you emotionally. Secondly they penetrate the skin and move quickly into your bloodstream to help loosen pain and tension in the muscle and fascia.
Massage is wonderful! Besides the obvious making us feel great, more and more people are learning the wonderful physiological effects that it has on us. Read my blog post…