Category Massages, Natural, Therapy

The combination of Massage therapy with aromatherapy can do wonders for your body. Essential oils are being increasingly utilized today for their amazing properties. They are concentrated liquids containing volatile oils extracted from plants. What makes these essential oils special other than their aroma is the long list of benefits they provide to your body. Some essential oils are known to create hormonal balance in your body while others reduce stress and anxiety, while some others alleviate pain and improve brain functions.


It would be a great choice to incorporate these oils in the massage therapy sessions for effective healing. You can either use them along with your massage oils or add them to a diffuser. Whichever way you choose, you are going to love every second of the session because essential oils have a rejuvenating impact on your mind and body. Ask your therapist about these the next time you head out for a massage session. Do not shy away from asking about your favorite essential oil.

Here is a guide to help you with the different essential oils that can do wonders if incorporated with massage therapy!

Lavender Oil

5 Essential Oils to use in Massage Therapy

You must have heard of the mighty Lavender Oil, but do you know about the benefits this oil has to offer? Lavender’s fresh and soothing aroma calms the nervous system. It reduces stress, improves the quality of sleep, and boosts stamina. It is one of the most popular and commonly available essential oils.

Eucalyptus Oil

5 Essential Oils to use in Massage Therapy

Eucalyptus Oil is a special oil obtained from the leaves of the Eucalyptus plant. It is known to have excellent antimicrobial properties, which is why it is a preferred oil in massage therapy for people who suffer from allergies or sinus infections. Since It keeps germs at bay, many people prefer Eucalyptus oil for their massage therapy.

Bergamot Oil

A cold-pressed essential oil obtained from the rind of Bergamot orange, it has a citrusy smell which will have positive effects on our body. It is beneficial for those with mood disorders. People who suffer from depression prefer Bergamot oil in their massage therapy.

Angelica Oil

This oil is popularly referred to as the “Oil of Angels” because it calms the nervous system. It also soothes the muscles, relieves pain, and therefore, the essential oil of choice for many people.

Mandarin Oil

Mandarin Oil is therapeutic and calms our nervous system as well as our muscular system. It gives off a sweet yet tangy aroma and is used against insomnia and obesity. It also rejuvenates the mind and the body. Mandarin Oil is commonly known as the ‘Happy Oil’ in Ayurveda because of its stress-relieving properties.


In your next massage therapy session do consider an oil. If you wish to avail the benefits of oil-infused massage therapy, consider booking a session with us. We would be happy to serve you!

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