Massage

Massage is one of the oldest forms of physical therapy, and was used by the Greeks and Romans as a principal source of pain relief and healing. In many cultures, massage is practised on a daily basis for general health, ceremonial purposes, and as a social activity. When used in combination with therapeutic-grade essential oils, it is a powerful method of relaxing and rejuvenating the body and mind.


Benefits of aromatherapy massage:

  • induces deep relaxation
  • reduction of stress hormones
  • promotes deep, restful sleep
  • relieves mental and physical fatigue
  • releases chronic neck and shoulder tension
  • improves circulation to muscles, reducing inflammation and pain
  • relieves neuralgic, arthritic, and rheumatic conditions
  • promotes correct posture
  • directly or indirectly improves the function of internal organs
  • improves digestion, assimilation, and elimination
  • increases the ability of the kidneys to function efficiently
  • flushes the lymphatic system by mechanical elimination of harmful toxins and waste
  • helps disperse different types of headaches originating from gall bladder, liver, stomach, and the large intestines
  • helps with headaches associated with PMS and emotional origin
  • stimulates the body and mind without negative side-effects
  • helps release suppressed feelings
  • reawakens the body
  • a form of passive exercise

"Always take time for some relaxation, so that your judgement may be clearer."

-Leonardo DaVinci