Hand Massage

Hand Massage

Updated on 4th June 2024 at 1:49 pm
As a Massage Therapist one of the many things I am grateful for would be my hands, they have got me to where I am today. Throughout massage I can close my eyes to get quiet within, then let intuition and my hands work the magic. Our hands whatever field of work we are in take on a lot in day to day living so we need to take care of them.

Did you know?

Massaging your hands can release tension throughout your whole body.

There are pressure points in your hands that mirror image your body, using these points stimulate the nervous system, strengthening the connection between mind and body.
Hand Reflexology Chart

Benefits of hand Massage

  • Reduces anxiety 
  • Reduces stress
  • Better mood
  • Improved sleep 
  • Alleviation of headaches 
  • Relieves aches and pains 
  • Reduction In allergy symptoms 

How to Give Yourself a Hand Massage

  1. Using KORA Organics Daily Hand Cream or a few drops of the Noni Glow Body Oil start by rubbing your thumb in wide movements over your palm, working out from the centre to the edges. Then, gently rub down in long straight motions using your knuckles from fingers to the wrist.
  2. Wake up the hand meridians by pinching the end of each finger.
  3. Starting at the base of each finger rub in small anti-clockwise circles until you reach the tip.
  4. Thumb walk across wrist then up all over palm towards the base of your fingers.
  5. Thumb walk on top of hand in between each metatarsal from the base of your fingers down to your wrist.
  6. Finish by clasping fingers and rotating wrists and massage left over cream up to your elbows. Repeat for other hand.
KORA Organics Daily Hand Cream
Using these 6 steps you are stimulating the digestive system, kidneys, adrenals and much more so drink plenty of water after your self-care hand treatment.
This method will also moisturise hand and cuticles helping with nail growth and strength.
Kylie xx

Kylie has been in the Beauty Industry for over 21 years. Her career has taken her all over the world, on land and at sea. Still to this day beauty therapy is her passion, mixing old ancient remedies with new evolved techniques and technology. Kylie is always learning.

Kylie is known for her healing hands. She thrives on working the Meraki way, using soul, creativity, passion and love in each and every treatment leaving a part of herself to every client. Working on intuition, she works from various spaces on Sydney’s Northern Beaches and also in the comfort of your own home.


Kylie Wells

3 thoughts on “Hand Massage

  1. Julie

    I really appreciated your sharing this very ‘doable and easy’ massage that can be done anywhere. My hands felt great from the massage coupled with my Noni Oil. I love doing something healthy for myself and am looking forward to passing this self care practice and healthy oil suggestion along to friends.

  2. Reshma Bane

    Fantastic article. I am very pleased to say that your article is fascinating to read.I always find myself wanting to comment on it.You’re doing an excellent job.Keep your writing up

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