Indian Head Massage

A nourishing massage of the upper back, shoulders, neck, head and face.

The massage is done with or without oils depending on your preference and can be given as a fully clothed massage.

Pregnant Woman

Pregnancy Indian Head Massage

from 12-40 weeks+

Intuitive Counseling

Post-natal Massage

Extra time given for feeding / tending to baby

Reiki Treatment

Indian Head Massage

Home visits available for all massages

Booking information

Indian Head Massage is available at the following locations:

Yoga Therapy Manchester home treatment room £40/60 minutes

Manchester Yoga Central, Trafford Wharf Road, M17 1AB £45/60 minutes

Home visit £40-£45/60 minutes depending on travel costs

I offer Indian Head Massage each week at low cost for people with mental health conditions who become members of Creative Living Centre, Prestwich. These sessions are subsidised by me and the charity and can be accessed for £8/hour.

Visit their website for more information on how to join.


  • may reduce tension headaches, aches and pains

  • reduces stress and anxiety

  • relieves muscular tension and fatigue

  • improves circulation to head/neck/shoulders

  • helps relieve blocked sinuses

  • stimulates immunity

  • increases lymph drainage to remove waste from tissues

  • increases blood flow to nourish tissues

  • may reduce muscle spasms and adhesions

  • improves mobility and flexibility

  • decreases inflammation reducing pain and stress on joints

  • helps reduce blood pressure

  • promotes good sleep

  • improves digestion

  • improves cell regeneration

  • promotes healthy hair growth

  • improves quality and condition of skin and hair

  • relieves tired eyes and eye strain

  • increases supply of oxygen to the brain

  • stimulates the release of beta-endorphins and serotonin

  • releases stagnant energy to improve flow


At your first massage you will have a consultation to discuss your health, your priorities and preferences.

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