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Massage With Aromatherapy Oils

Massage With Aromatherapy Oils

Whats on This Page:

What Happens During a Massage Treatment

Aromassage Tips

Massage Movements

Safety Information

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Other Gelisy Aromatherapy Pages:

Aromatherapy Guide
Aromatherapy Carrier Oils
Aromatherapy Chemistry
Aromatherapy Oils Application
Aroma Massage
A-Z Essential Oils
Blending Essential Oils

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What Happens During a Massage Treatment ?

An aromatherapy treatment with a professional therapist usually consists of a massage after they have given you a consultation and decided  which oils are best for you.


This is a holistic treatment for mind body and spirit everyone should try it at least once ! although its not the same as a professional treatment you can try it out on a friend, here are a few tips.



Aromassage Tips

  • If you to not have a treatment couch use the floor an ordinary bed is too soft, place towels on the floor, and have towels ready to cover the recipient don't forget to vacuumed up first! 

  • Set the atmosphere, draw the curtains, dim the lights or use candles spray the room, find some nice relaxing music no heavy metal please ! choose a warm quiet room, avoid chatting during the treatment. 

  • Start by choosing the oils with your partner find out if they have any problems such as stress or oily skin ect, read about safety, if you are not confident about mixing buy some ready blended oils. Do a skin patch test the day before  mixing essential oils is a trained art yet there are some you can use at home.

  • Learn some simple massage techniques

  • Always massage in the direction of the heart

  • mix the oils you are going to use in a small glass bowl or ashtray, wash and warm your hands before application.  Do not massage the stomach if you don't know how to do it properly.

  • Tell your partner : to shower before the treatment and not to apply any moisturizer , drink alcohol, or eat a large meal, Do not massage anybody with a cold or temperature. 

  • After the treatment don't get up quickly, don't bathe for 12 hours to allow the oils to penetrate, and  drink plenty fluids.  Be careful if driving as they may be sleepy.

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Massage Movements

There are five basic massage movements:
1. Effleurage: Smooth slow long strokes with the open palms of the hand a soothing, Used to apply oils at the beginning of your massage and to finish it. Effleurage can be used to link other movements together so the massage flows continuously.
2. Petrissage: To pull muscle away from the bone with these kneading, rolling, and wringing movements performed with the thumb and fingers or hands. In the wringing movement, pinch skin between thumb and fingers, wringing in opposite directions as you were wringing a wet cloth; for rolling, pinch skin with both hands and allow skin to roll out from under thumbs like kneeding bread. The pressure is smoothly and firmly applied, then relaxed.
3. Tapotement: A series of swift, sharp movements given from the wrist. Hacking: a chopping action using sides of both hands alternately. Clapping: use cupped hands to slap the skin. Beating, pounding: use sides of clenched fist or half-closed fists to hit the skin. These movements a stimulating and not used in a relaxing massage.
4. Friction: Circular movements using thumb to rotate around a joint.
5. Vibration: Two fingers gently vibrate the skin while the other hand supports the wrist and moves vibrating the hand slowly

Safety Information

Aromatherapy products such as toiletries contain only small amounts of essential oils. But in their concentrated form the oils can be very powerful and should always be handled with care – you only need a few drops in a bath for example. More could cause irritation, and some essential oils are toxic if used incorrectly such as eating or drinking them.

Aromatherapy oils can have side-effects nausea, headaches or an allergic reaction for instance. Some of them, including citrus oils such as orange, lemon and bergamot, react with ultraviolet light and can cause skin to burn more easily in sunlight.

Essential oils should almost never be used neat on skin – exceptions are lavender oil and tea tree oil in small amounts. You should only ever take them internally on the advice of a fully trained professional therapist, and some professional organisations advise against using the oils in this way at all.

Check with a professional therapist or your doctor before using an essential oil if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. There are several oils that should not be used during pregnancy or breastfeeding, as some may find their way into breast milk.

Some oils can aggravate skin conditions in susceptible people, so essential oils should be used with caution on:
infectious skin conditions
broken skin
varicose veins
Anyone recovering from surgery should not use aromatherapy.

It’s also not suitable for anyone with any of the following conditions:
high blood pressure
deep vein thrombosis (a blood clot in your leg)
Some essential oils may either reduce or enhance the effects of certain conventional medicines, including antibiotics, antihistamines, sedatives and anti-epileptic drugs. Most homeopaths advise against the use of essential oils if you are taking a homeopathic remedy.


Disclaimer-Please note the information given on this web site is for reference only, Gelisy.com advises anybody considering using essential oils to consult a trained  aromatherapist, we are not responsible for  any side effect or allergy which may occur as a result of using essential oils

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 Find an Aromatherapist in Manchester Back to Top

Andrea Halsall RNA Cimi Ihht

01204 887106
Bolton St
Bury, BL9 0LL

The Diane Nivern Clinic

0161 796 1169
Holistic Health and Cosmetic Enhancements
Bury New Road, Whitefield, Manchester, M45 7SX



Emma Lawson

07913 708419

The International Society,
William Kay House,
327 Oxford Road, Manchester M13 9PG

Human Touch Clinic

0161 881 3421
83a Great Stone Road
Manchester M32 8GR


The Essential Oil Works

01625 536651

77 Wilmslow Rd
Wilmslow, SK9 3EN

Cath Davies

0161 837 3535

The Y Club, Liverpool Road, Castlefield,

Manchester M3 4JR

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