About Indian Head Massage
Indian Head Massage has its roots in Ayurvedic medicine, which has been practiced in India for over 1000 years and is still very much part of daily life there. As a physical-therapist in London during the early ‘70’s, Narendra Mehta recognised that the head was never part of general massage practice. Returning to India, he researched and developed a technique, which he called ‘Champissage’. Narendra’s treatment massaging the shoulders, upper arms, neck, scalp, face and ears was found to have many benefits to de-stress and re-balance the energy flow producing a feeling of peace and tranquility to the client. To share his research with the Western World, Narendra founded the London Centre of Indian Champissage in 1995 to create a high standard of training. With his blessing, Caroline set up the Kent Centre of Indian Champissage in 1997, delivering high quality training and treatments.