Ayurvedic head massage

Indian head massage has been practised for thousands of years by Ayurvedic healers. It is a soothing therapy that involves massage of the upper back, shoulders, neck, head and face. It acts on the central nervous system and reduces the aches and tension in the head. It reduces muscle stiffness and tenderness, relieves anxiety symptoms, calms sensory overloads, improves sleep patterns, eases frustration, and boosts mental, physical, and emotional wellbeing in people of all ages.

Thai foot massage

This ancient healing art is a massage of the lower legs and feet which originated in Thailand 2000 years back. This relaxing therapy has elements of Reflexology, Shiatsu, Chinese massage and Yoga incorporated into the massage itself. Thai foot massage involves hands-on stretching and massage, along with the use of a stick to stimulate the reflex points. This therapy is an effective way to stimulate the internal organs, detoxify and strengthen the immune system, promote self-healing, and help to relieve stress.