Aromatherapy Massage

What is Aromatherapy Massage?

Aromatherapy massage is a holistic, hands-on therapy which promotes a physical, spiritual, emotional and mental sense of harmony. This entirely relaxing massage treatment uses the essences from plants to help balance and unify the mind, body and spirit.

Aromatherapy works in two ways – by the inhalation of essential oils and the application of them during a body massage. It is a very successful treatment in reducing stress and improving the general state of health and well-being. Therapy that combines the sense of smell with the healing value of touch. Essential oils are derived from plants and trees with properties known to have many beneficial actions which can soothe, relax, stimulate, heal and beautify.

Aromatherapy massage can encourage positive thoughts, boost the immune system, relieve muscular tension and encourage a general sense of well-being. On a psychological level, it may reduce nervous tension and anxiety, calm and soothe overworked mind and reduce feelings of depression.

What happens during Aromatherapy Massage session?

After an initial consultation synergistic blend of oils that specifically match your needs will be created. You can be confident in knowing that only Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade essential oils are used, none of which are adulterated with cheap or synthetic materials.

During an aromatherapy massage the essential oils, which consist of tiny aromatic molecules, are absorbed by the skin, and inhaled into the lungs. These aromatic molecules then enter the blood stream and then are carried around the body where they can deliver their natural health benefits. The smell of essential oils triggers the part of the brain which releases emotion which is why it can really affect the way you feel.

What conditions can be treated with Aromatherapy Massage?

Massage with essential oils can be used to support and treat many conditions including stress and depression, digestive problems, skin conditions and muscular pain and tension. More serious conditions, such as arthritis, depression and other chronic conditions can be supported by regular treatments.