Himalayan Salt Stone Massage
Himalayan Salt Stone Massage is a healing technique using warm stones to bring the mind, body and spirit into balance. These warmed salt stones produces negative ions that neutralise free radicals, revitalise cell metabolism, boost immune system, purify the blood and balance the autonomic nervous system. This make us feel completely wonderful.
Similar to traditional basalt stones, Himalayan salt stones can be used over the entire body. Not only does it deliver superb thermotherapy, they contain 84 minerals that may be absorbed by the body and offer lymph movement with light skin exfoliation.
The benefits of adding warm stones to your massage sessions are plentiful. Heat can aid in softening muscles, encourage circulation through vasodilation, allow you to work deeper layers of tissue in less time and enhance the body’s parasympathetic response as stated above. In this training. Using warm salt stones encourage and stimulate, Acupoints and energy flow in the Meridian Channels.
Benefits of Hymalayan Salt Stone Massage
*Delivers 84 minerals to the body
*Helps lower blood pressure
*Supports a healthy respiratory system and sinuses
*Boosts bone health and prevents muscle cramps
*Improves circulation of Lymph and Blood
*Balances the Nervous System
*Recharges and Balances electromagnetic field
*Relieves anxiety and addresses insomnia
*Lightly exfoliates the skin and is highly relaxing
*Produces negative ions when heated, delivering a myriad of health benefits
*Encourages free flow of Qi in the Meridians
This one day workshop is for level 3 therapists.
Overview of the training:
- Health & Safety
- Sterilisation & Disinfection
- Therapists Appearance
- What is Himalayan Salt Stone Massage
- Relevant Anatomy & Physiology
- Himalayan Salt Stones/Types of Stones
- Application of Himalayan Salt Stones, Massage, Placement, Ritual and Spa Treatments
- Use of Salt Stones in a Facial
- The use of Stones as bio-energetic medicine
If you would like to book this course, please book below by selecting an available date and following the booking process.