Indian Champissage includes massage of the shoulders, upper arms, neck, scalp, face, ears and enery balancing, with or without oils.  This method originated from Narendra Mehta.  It is based on the traditional form of Champi (head massage) practiced in India for over 1,000 years.  The word 'shampoo' originated from the Hindi word  'Champi'  It was originally developed as a technique to keep long, thick hair healthy, as part of the grooming routine.  Different oils were used according to the season to keep hair strong, lutrous and in beautiful condition.

The head, neck and shoulders are important energy centres within the body.  When feeling stressed or angry, tension accumulates and can show up as a stiff neck, shoulders, eyestrain or headaches.  Indian Head Massage relaxes the scalp, reduces stress and can eliminate muscle tension and stimulate circulation in the neck and shoulders.  It aids relief from tension headaches, eye strain, jaw ache and improves sinus problems and aid relief from nasel congestion.