Aromatherapy Massage Oil An uplifting & rejuvenating blend, Tao Tension Muscle Massage Oil contains natural ingredients to help melt away a stressful day. Rosemary and Lavender warms, soothes and tones the body.
Bergamot, relaxing with a warm spicy floral quality.
Mandarin, calms and slows down the mind.
Aromatherapy Massage Oil Benefits
Aromatherapy massage is utilised for a variety of purposes, including relaxation, pain relief, and mood enhancement. These are just a few of the many advantages of massage therapy. Essential oils are thought to augment these advantages.
The following are some of the most commonly used essential oils in aromatherapy:
bergamot ,cedarwood ,chamomile ,eucalyptus ,geranium ,ginger ,lavender ,lemon ,orange ,peppermint ,tea tree
Aromatherapy is frequently added as an extra service to a standard massage session. During your massage, the massage therapist may diffuse an essential oil in the room or mix a few drops of oil into massage lotion and apply it straight to your skin.
What is aromatherapy, and how does it work?
Aromatherapy is the therapeutic use of essential oils. Lavender, orange, and bergamot, as well as eucalyptus, are examples. All of these “aromas” are derived from plants, such as herbs, tree extracts, and flowers. Essential oils are highly concentrated, thus they should be diluted in gentler oils, humidifiers, or lotions before usage.
Massage tips for aromatherapy
- Based on your requirements, select an essential oil. For example, you may use a fruity perfume to lift your spirits, lavender to relax, or eucalyptus to relieve discomfort.
- During your massage, decide whether you want the oil to be dispersed or administered directly to your skin. If you have any known sensitivity to a specific oil, you should avoid it and opt for something different.
- Going to your massage on an empty stomach can induce stomach trouble during and after your session.
- Drink water before and after your massage, and think about having a snack.