Aromatherapy

This is more of a well-being therapeutic massage that prominently uses aromatic essential oils as catalysts. These invigorating oils have been naturally extracted from beneficial plants and herbs and retain their capacitive healing powers. Various methods of using these oils include applying them before a bath, adding them to your bath, or inhaling them. The areas of application may include the face, back, chest, arms, legs, stomach, face, buttocks, and head. Long Sweeping Strokes are used to warm up the muscles, then deep massage is provided with increased pressure, squeezing and rolling of skin above the muscle, as the skin warms, the blood surfaces while improving circulation. The benefits of this massage are,

  • Body Toxins Elimination
  • Speeding of Injury Recovery Time
  • Reduced Blood Pressure
  • Release of Tense Knotted Muscles
  • Repairing Wear and Tear after Workouts
  • Sleep Induction
  • Deep Relaxation of the Senses
  • Body Organ Healing
  • Joint Pain Relief
  • Antimicrobial and Anti-Inflammatory Properties

Either Diffusers or oils like Lavender, Eucalyptus, Peppermint, Rose, Tea Tree, Jojoba, Blue Chamomile, Oregano, Jasmine, Copaiba, Bergamot, Lemon Balm, Pomegranate, and Frankincense may be used for the process. A Synergistic blend is created with three oils based on the problem to be addressed and mixed with a carrier oil that facilitates the reach of the blend deeply. It is recommended to avoid driving or drinking immediately after this massage.