Welcome Back! We are glad to announce a come back after a long hiatus. This time will strive to be there for longer.
We have planned a strong comeback with this video series special, where the couple enjoyed the scenic beauties of Meghalaya and this brilliant massage.
Followed by few ASMR Massgae videos from the Late Sohan Lal Sen (Baba)
To Sum it up in 1 Sentence.
This Massage was Nice & Gentle.
No irritation. No Disturbances. No much talking.
Only and Only Massage. And Yeah you will also get to hear brilliant cracks.
This was recorded at a Shop named Black Scissors somewhere in Meghalaya (Wettest Place in India)
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How to perform Indian head massage Tutorial:
Have the recipient take a seat and get comfortable. Explain what you will be doing, and tell them to notify you of any discomfort or pain. Stand behind, placing your hands lightly on their shoulders as you both take several deep breaths.
Massage the shoulders. Begin easing away fatigue and tensions with an upper back, shoulders, arms, and neck massage. Squeeze the trapezius muscle (at the base of the neck) gently, starting close to the neck. Work your way outward to the shoulder. Repeat this three times, allowing the pressure to increase with each pass.
Massage the tops of the shoulders. Place your forearms at the sides of the neck and roll them outwards toward the shoulder by rotating at the wrists. After rotating, lift your forearms and move them a couple of inches away from the neck and repeat. When you reach the shoulder, come back to center and repeat this process two more times.
Massage the neck. Step to one side of your volunteer, and place one hand at the base of the recipient's neck, and your front hand gently on their forehead to keep their head from falling forward. With the rear hand, open your thumb and glide your hand up the back of the neck. Don't put pressure directly on the vertebrae.
Once you reach the hairline, remain there for a moment with light pressure on the back of the head. Lower your rear hand and repeat from the base of the neck. You can even add some circling to the upward stroke if there seems to be a lot of tension present. Repeat this about five times. When your rear hand reaches the hairline for the last time, let it remain there.
Massage the head. Step back behind the recipient and loosen his or her hair if it is restrained. Bring your hands, with fingers spread, to the sides of the head, fingers pointing up. Use a light pressure and slowly move the hands up with a shampooing-like motion, trying to keep the heel of the hands in contact with the scalp as well as the fingers.
Once you reach the top of the head, allow the fingers to rise off while maintaining a gentle traction from the heels of the hands. Now lower your hands and move them around to a different area of the head. Repeat four or five times, covering the entire scalp.
Stroke your fingers through your recipient's hair from the top of the forehead back. Let the final strokes draw their head back slightly and then lay the fingers over the forehead and draw the fingers down and along the brow line to each temple, making small circles over the temples.
Know the benefits. The therapeutic benefits of the Indian head massage are comprehensive, suggesting that you make it a part of your overall health routines. They include:
Relief from pain and stiffness in the muscles of the face, neck, upper back, and shoulders.
Increased mobility of the neck joints.
Relief from tension and hangover headaches, eye strain, TMJ, and nasal congestion
Reduction of depression, anxiety, and other stress-related issues
Higher levels of creativity, clarity, and concentration, and better memory.
A sense of tranquility, calmness, and positive well-being.
Sound, restful sleep that leaves you refreshed.
Deeper, calmer respiratory system.
Stronger immune system.
Improved skin tone, health, and colour.
Healthy hair and scalp.
Increased self esteem and self worth with greater self awareness