Head massage involves some of the easiest techniques to master – it’s also quick and straightforward to give.
Getting started is easy, as you can give a head massage almost anywhere. All you need is a suitable chair, with no arms and a relatively low back, and a pair of hands.
Despite its name a head massage also includes the upper back, shoulders and neck – the main areas where we store tension in the body.
Giving this massage uses a combination of the basic strokes described below. They each have different effects and the speed and depth with which you apply them also affects how they will feel.
Basic stroking can be done with hands, fingers or forearms over the head or upper body. Although it works as a stand-alone, you can do this head massage before the back or foot massages described on the following pages.
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