Three Types of Massage
Head, neck and shoulders massage
This is just what it sounds like – and perfect for those of you who sit at a desk or behind the wheel of a car and thus have loads of tension in the neck and shoulders. The head side of this is based on Indian head massage, and if you would like to have oils, just let Derby know.
I created Featherbright to give people a chance to combine the wonderful properties of natural oils with a very much lighter massage than is often given by aromatherapists. This will be particularly helpful for people under extreme stress, those recovering from mental trauma and loss, or from physical injury or surgery. It is also gentle and comforting enough for all stages of pregnancy.This is the only one of the three massages offered where you may choose to be undressed, so it’s a good idea to let me know if you require this, so I can make sure the room is warm enough for comfort.
For Light-touch I use a massage chair, that supports you so well that you feel like you are floating – and that is before I begin the massage. Also using the chair means that you are fully clothed. It is particularly useful for people with tension and pain in their spine, arms, neck and shoulders, and can be very effective in reducing headaches and in promoting improved sleep patterns. It focuses on releasing tension from the musculature of the body through gentle repetitive strokes. It also helps to unblock the flow of energy by reducing tension and easing constriction throughout your system. Light-touch brings about deep relaxation and a sense of buoyancy to mind and body.