Deep Tissue massage: focuses on the release of muscle tension and chronic knots in the deeper layers of muscle tissue. Its technique consists of slower, stronger massage that stimulates deep into the muscles to break up and releases the built-up of toxins locked into stressed muscle and scar tissue.
Hot Stone massage: the therapist uses smooth, heated stones, placing them on the body while she/he massages other parts of the body. The heat can be both deeply relaxing and help warm up tight muscles so the therapist can work more deeply, more quickly.
Indian Head massage: is a relaxing therapy that involves massage of the upper back, shoulders, arms, neck, scalp and face using different pressures and rhythms to stimulate these areas and help balance natural energies and clear any localised areas of negativity. It can bring relief from tension headaches and eyestrain, promote relaxation, relieve stress and increase concentration.
Kansa Vatki Foot Massage: has been practised in India for centuries, following the Ayurvedic tradition. A small 3-metal bowl is used, along with ghee or oil, to help rebalance the doshas of Vata, Pitta and Kapha.