Indian head massage is an ancient therapeutic treatment that focuses on the shoulders, head, face and neck. regions of the body.
This massage is a deep massage, which uses a variety of different pressures and techniques that will help to relieve tension and encourage general healing and enhance general well-being.
This type of massage will often focus on a specific area of the body, such as stiff necks, lower back pain and sore shoulders.
It is also extremely good in the treatment of chronically tense areas of the body,
It can also be effective in treating such conditions as fibromyalgia, osteoarthritic pain, postural problems, limited mobility and muscle tension.
Reflexology is an ancient holistic treatment, which is based on the principle that there are areas and points on the feet or hands that map via the nervous system to corresponding parts of the body through the meridians (energy channels).
These correspond to the organs and functions of the body helping to maintain the bodies equilibrium and also bring about a sense of well-being
Hopi Ear candling also known as Thermo Auriculaur Therapy is an ancient, non-invasive complementary therapy designed to help treat conditions associated with the ear, nose and throat.
The treatment can be beneficial for sinus problems, compacted ear wax, tinnitus and headaches.
It can also be used to promote deep relaxation, which can help to relieve stress and revitalise the body.
Thai foot massage is a combination of massage techniques applied to the lower legs and feet that has its origins in Thailand over 2000 years ago. The techniques used in the treatment have elements of Japanese Shiatsu, Reflexology, Indian Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine.
The Massage works the lower legs and feet with stretching and compression to open up the energy lines(Meridians). A stick is used to stimulate the reflex points on the feet which correspond to the internal organs of the body, resulting in general health, relaxation and well-being..
Hatha Yoga is known as the yoga of physical excellence and refers to a set of physical exercises and sequences of asanas to help align your skin, muscles and bones.
The postures are also designed to open the many channels of the body, known as the Chakras (the wheels of energy)
especially the main channel,the Sushumna which travels the length of the spine-so that energy can flow freely throughout the body.
This form of yoga helps to improve your overall well-being on all levels.
Chair Yoga is part of the Hatha Yoga branch of yoga. In this form of yoga students practice the postures whilst seated in a chair or use the chair for assistance in some standing poses.
It is very beneficial for those with chronic conditions, such as arthritis, fibromyalgia, and other chronic conditions, weight issues, past injuries, disabilities or anyone looking for a gradual and gentle way to increase their range of movement and is suitable for people of all ages, levels and physical conditions.
Here at Portsmouth Yoga and Massage we can offer a range of services to help reduce stress and bring about better health and wellbeing in your workplace for your staff :
Back Massage which includes shoulders, neck and head
Massage/Yoga during the Lunch Break
Hatha Yoga /Chair Yoga Class
½ Day Yoga workshops as part of a Wellbeing Day
The range of Holistic treatments and Yoga that we offer can all help in the following ways::
Boost motivation and morale
Raise awareness of stress and stress management
Relieve back, shoulder, neck and head pain
The Back Massage treatment is provided on our massage chair without the need to remove clothing or use oil.
We can offer any of these services on a weekly, monthly or single day basis with an option to pay per session, per treatment or per hour.
Please contact me, Andy Webb to find out more about how I could benefit you and your staff in the workplace..