Stress Relief Aromatherapy Massage
Everyone appreciates the soothing and invigorating effects of a good massage. Add the properties of therapeutic grade essential oils and you’ll understand why many professional massage therapists use essential oils for added benefit to their clients.
If you’re planning to give a full body massage at home, lay down a blanket covered by a towel on the floor. For a back and shoulder massage have the person sit backward on a chair, resting their head and folded arms on the back of the chair. Here’s a basic recipe to get you started:
- 30 mls of Sweet Almond carrier oil
- 10 drops of Bergamot essential oil
- 10 drops of Geranium essential oil
- 5 drops of Chamomile (roman) essential oil
- 5 drops of Lavender essential oil
Gently mix these together in a bottle, and smell the soothing, stress-relieving properties of these oils!
*This is educational information and any opinions expressed here-in do not replace professional medical advice. If you are ill, see a suitably qualified medical practitioner.*
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