How To Give Full Naked Body Massages
So you want to know how to give a full naked body massage. Don’t be nervous because it’s simpler than you think. The key is to know when and where to apply the pressure, what areas to avoid, and knowing the different stroke techniques at each area of the body. Once you learn this, you will have mastered naked body massages in no time.
- Purchase a massage gel or oil. Massage oil and gel help the quality of the massage, making your hands smoothly glide across the body. You can purchase massage oil or gel at a spa or in the skin care area of Walmart or Target. Be sure that the person who is receiving the massage is not allergic to oil.
- Set the atmosphere. A full naked body massages is not only about caressing the body. The atmosphere is also a very important component of the massage that can be just as therapeutic. Light candles, play soft music, and dim the lights.
- Begin by applying the massage oil or gel on your hands and slowly caressing the back. Informing the person on the receiving end to tell you when to apply more or less pressure. Caress the back in a full circular motion using your entire hand, avoiding areas that may cause tickling such as the waste and areas that may be painful such as direct pressure on the spine. Use the bottom of your palms to stroke the back in a linear motion. Next, glide your thumbs across the lower back in a circular motion, applying pressure.
- Move to the neck, shoulders and head. Massage the neck using your two thumbs and for the shoulder and head massage use all of your fingers. Apply more or less pressure as needed.
- Apply more oil into your hands and massage the shoulders and hands. Smoothly rub the entire arm using both hands. Run your thumb up and down the lower arm. Squeeze the top area of the arm. Apply firm pressure on the palm of the hand using your thumb. Use this technique for the other arm.
- Apply more oil into your hands and move to the lower part of the body. Begin with stroking the buttocks in a circular motion using your hands and gradually applying pressure with the bottom of your palms. Avoid using your fingers in this area. Slowly move to the legs, kneading the thighs and calves and then switch to using your elbows. Be sure not to put pressure on the back of the knees, as this may create discomfort. To massage the feet, hold the foot firmly and stroke it from heel to toe using the bottom of your palm. Squeeze the heel and ankle. Work the toes by squeezing each one individually and pulling it back. Do the same for the other foot.
Massages are therapeutic, stress relieving, and they can improve circulation through out the body. By practicing, you can learn more techniques. Use this as a guide to get you started.