Aromatherapy massage is a massage therapy similar to the Swedish massage, but with essential oils added to the massage oil. Inhalation of essential oils through the nose promotes favorable changes in the mind and body, favorably affecting the limbic system (an area of the brain that controls emotions and affects the nervous system and hormones). Essential oils are also absorbed through the skin. Different essential oils are thought to affect us differently. That’s why at Thai Zen we give you the opportunity to choose what you want to achieve with aromatherapy. We offer the following compositions of essential oils:
Energy-boosting composition: with essential oils of lemon, grapefruit, cypress and mint.
Citrus aromas in combination with cypress and mint invigorate and leave you feeling full of recovery. It tones the body and creates a fresh feeling.
Anti-Depression Composition: Essential oils of lemon, geranium, lavender and rose.
The composition Against Depression recovers inner peace and spiritual equilibrium. Reduces anxiety and accumulated negativity. Restores confidence and confidence. Soothing. Improves mood. It gives a rush of new forces. Restores the desire for life and harmony with the world around us.
Composition for restful sleep: with essential oils of mandarin, orange, ylang-ylang and lavender.
The composition of pure essential oils contributes to a pleasant and peaceful dream. Reduces fatigue, relaxes the body, creates a sense of calm and peace of mind.
Full relaxation composition: with lavender essential oil
Aromatherapy with lavender oil soothes the nervous system by lowering blood pressure, heart rate and skin temperature, as well as changing brain waves to a more relaxed state.
Common benefits of Aromatherapy:
– Reduces stress
– Helps fight depression
– Reduces pain and muscle tension
– Helps control blood pressure
– Prevents cellulite
– Helps with menstrual cramps
– Removes toxins in the body
– Helps to relax and relax
– Rejuvenates and revitalizes the body
Massage is not recommended for the following conditions: heart disease, pregnancy, people with acute infections and fever, cancer patients, and people with open wounds.