Ayurvedic head massage is a 5000-year-old therapeutic technique that has been used in India. It entails a variety of pressure techniques, such as circular massage strokes that target the head, shoulders, and neck.
When combined with aromatic oils and Ayurvedic herbal formulas, these deep massage techniques improve the condition of your scalp and hair. It also boosts your bodys natural healing ability.
Marmas or Pressure Points: What Are They?
According to Ayurveda, your body has 108 essential spots called Marmas, with 31 marmas in the head region. The pressure sites where the arteries, veins, and cranial nerves connect are known as marmas.
Important Points or marmas of Head
It is the soft region in the center of the skull, roughly an eighth of a finger width above the brows.
On either side of the cervical vertebrae, there are two Krikatika points at the connection of your head and neck (occipital-cervical joint).
Each of your ears has two Vidhuram points, one behind and one below. The depressions just behind your earlobes are these.
In the temples between the ears and the forehead, there are two Shankha points.
There are two Utkshepa points above the Shankha points, each at the level of the scalp hairline.
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