Scalp massage with gyratory massagers

With Angela Sawecki
Duration18 minutes
Skill levelFoundation
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Overview

Gain knowledge on how to perform three types of scalp, neck and shoulder vibratory massage treatments - percussion, vibration and directional stroking - using large gyratory massagers or audio sonic machines with Carlton Professional educator Angela Sawecki. You will also discover how a high-frequency device can be used to deliver an electric current to stimulate blood flow to the cells within the scalp. Vibratory massage is an excellent way to stimulate circulation and blood flow, to relax your client and add a new back bar service to your service menu.

Members can also download our Hair and Scalp Treatment Services step by step guide.


Technical skills

  • Argon
  • Audio sonic
  • Blood circulation
  • Blood flow
  • Cells
  • Cellular activity
  • Consultation
  • Contra-indications
  • Directional stroking
  • Electric current
  • Electrode
  • Electron
  • Follicles
  • Glass electrodes
  • Gyratory massagers
  • High frequency
  • Inert noble gas
  • Manufacturer's instructions
  • Metabolic process
  • Oxygen
  • Oxygenates
  • Ozone
  • Percussion
  • Repetitive strain injury
  • Sound waves
  • Soundhead
  • Stimulate
  • Superficial
  • Transference
  • Transmit
  • Vertical and horizontal planes
  • Vibration
  • Vibratory treatment

Credits

Contributor: Angela Sawecki
Photographer: Jamie Harrison

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