Travelling and vacationing are all coated with the intention of exploring and relaxing. Spa treatments and massages are a fantastic addition to any travel or vacation arrangements. Thus, most hotels and accommodation options include the facility of spas to offer various types of massages. On that note, Ayurva Traveller in the paradise of Maldives is one of the dedicated wellness retreats offering a unique experience in private islands of the country.

Aromatherapy is one of the most famous spa treatments all over the world. It is a type of therapy that relaxes as well as rejuvenates mind and body using physical manipulation with aromatic oils. Aromatherapy is known to bring a very pleasant and calming experience along with numerous health benefits.

Aromatherapy massage techniques use mild to strong strokes which concentrate on mixing the sense of touch with smell in oils. Oils used for aromatherapy massages are specifically pre-blended and prepared using base oils such as essential oils and cold-pressed vegetable oils. Aromatherapy massage techniques also use the smell of different oils to relax the mind by providing impressions linked to previous experiences or feelings.

As nostrils are closely linked with the mind, various odours can determine pulse rate, relieve mental tension, and control hormonal imbalances while also improving blood circulation. Overall, the use of essential oils can attain many positive mental and physical outcomes as aromatherapy can also provide help to relive ill health, skin infections and immune deficits.

To sum up, aromatherapy is viewed by many as holistic therapy that produces a deep and an intense effect on both body and mind as it is concerned with using the power of touch and smell, the most enduring senses. Finally, enjoying an aromatherapy massage during your vacation can be an unwinding experience.

Uditha Dharmawardhane is a travel writer who writes under the pen name Roland Lefevre. He specializes in creating features on leisure as well as business travel destinations across the globe. Google+