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Every day we experience, love and hate and an entire array of feelings, passions, sensibilities and emotions. In order to be healthy you must express them. Our ability to be in touch with and express our emotions has a large part to play in the types of choices we make. Essential oils when combined with massage, is a precious tool for naturally and easily getting in touch with and healing locked feelings.
Categories of Oils for Aromatherapy Massage
Plant essences act in two ways. Initially, the essence has either a soothing or an exciting effect on the nervous system. Your senses react to the aroma of the essence as you would to the aroma of perfume or a flower. In addition, the chemical composition of each individual essence has its own specific effect on the tissues and organs of the body.
Many emotional problems can be cared for with essential oils, particularly if they are detected and treated early. Essences can be classified according to function including antispasmodics, antiseptics, stimulants, and sedatives. It is the stimulating and sedating oils that have the strongest effect on the emotions.
Stimulating oils – Cardamon, cedar, cinnamon, fennel, lemon, and ylang ylang. These are best when a person experiences a sense of immobility and is so depressed that they feel as if they can’t even get out of bed
Sedating oils – Cajuput, chamomile, melissa, and peppermint are used to relieve insomnia and nervousness, and manic activity. Clinical study’s into the psychological effects of chamomile oil was carried out recently at Cambridge University and the University of North Wales which confirmed the oil’s soothing effect on the nervous system of humans.
Many of the essential oils used for depression are from flowers and fruits. Many aromatherapists report that any of the following oils may be used to combat depression: Allspice, ambrette, basil, bergamot, Canadian balsam, cassie, cedarwood, clary sage, grapefruit, helichrysum, jasmine, lavender, melissa, neroli, orange, patchouli, rose, rosemary, rosewood, thyme, violet, ylang ylang.
Though you may experience almost immediate benefits from aromatherapy when combined with therapeutic massage a consistent stabilization of the symptoms of depression is difficult to achieve in less than a few months. Impatience and frustration can even aggravate the depression and make your client impatient, irritated, and anxiety-ridden. Be patient
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Below is a chair massage demo that shows techniques our corporate chair massage therapists use to massage their clients’ upper back, shoulders, and neck — using elbows and forearms, with minimal use of the thumbs.