Ayurvedic Head Massage
The head is the most important part of the body because the sense organs, like the eyes, nose, ear, tongue, and skin are located there. Consequently, a head massage provides nourishment to all these senses and promotes their natural function. Traditionally, Indian women practiced head massage to increase blood circulation to the head, neck, and shoulders. It has been found to promote sleep, and improves tension headache and to boost the powers of concentration because the massage improves the delivery of oxygen and nutrients.