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Indian Head Massage



For course details on Indian Head Massage please email Ziggie Bergman on directly for availability and information on the Indian Head Massage courses that are also held in person and on Zoom.

This Indian Head Massage Diploma is officially recognized by the Association of Reflexologists as a Continuing Professional Development course and carries with it two points per hour towards your mandatory requirements as a reflexologist.

The day course will teach you how to effectively treat a client with Indian Head Massage. 

Indian Head massage can easily be integrated into your reflexology practice and will attract more clients. Many therapists find this skill catches the attention of a new clientele and often doubles their business in a short period of time.


People enjoy being massaged, as they know the benefits, joy and relaxation it can bring. The physical and mental stress that accumulates each day can cause weakness in the nerves and impairs circulation of the vital life fluids to the brain causing tension, disease, depression and headaches. The skull feels tight and heavy and the brain cannot function properly.


The best, easiest and most natural way to relieve these problems is with Indian Head Massage. It offers many benefits including; stimulating and improving scalp circulation which in turn helps strengthen and grow hair, it removes tension from the jaw and smoothes out face muscles, energy increases as the circulation and respiratory systems open to provide fresh oxygen to vital organs. It helps strengthen and mobilizes the muscles, tissues and spinal nerves of the head, neck, shoulders, arms, hands and upper spine.


Over the day you will learn the complete Indian Head Massage sequence which will enable you to add this new and effective therapy to your client services. You will learn how to massage the face, scalp, upper arms, neck and the shoulders.


Indian Head Massage is effective in relieving headaches, temporomandibular joint syndrome, facial palsy, sinusitis, facial spasm, depression, insomnia, anxiety attacks, migraines, tinnitus, dizziness, eye strain, hypertension, carpal tunnel syndrome due to referred pain, frozen shoulder, neck and upper back pain.


There is no exam at the end of the course but continued assessment will take place.


On completion of the course you will be awarded with a London School of Reflexology Indian Head Massage Diploma

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