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FAQs About Indian Head Massage Courses

What are the benefits of Indian head massage?

Indian head massage is beneficial in many ways as it works with the body's energy system as it does with the physical. It can address headaches, depression, anxiety, stress, as well as stimulating hair growth and energy levels.

Is Indian head massage good for sinus?

Yes, absolutely! Indian head massage can help with congestion and respiratory problems. A qualified practitioner of this modality works on the pressure points on the cheekbones to clear stuffy sinuses. It's also beneficial to people suffering eye strain. Applying gentle pressure on the forehead points as well, as those around the eye sockets, helps relax tense muscles in these areas.

Does Indian head massage stimulate hair growth?

Yes, it certainly does. In ancient times, Indian head massage was practised by men and women in India to stimulate hair growth and maintain scalp health. Working on the crown chakra is believed to help increase the energy in the hair follicles, which, in turn, boosts hair growth and relieves migraine and muscle tension.

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