How To Give A Good Massage
It can be hard to be sensual without knowing how to give a good massage. Well, granted, it doed not necessarily have to be an intimate thing. Hopefully you have not been condemned to giving your grandmother a good massage (no one should have to suffer that fate). A good massage is a combination of technique and relaxation on both the part of the performer and receiver. Want to give a good massage that is memorable? Read on.
- Make the environment just right. The room should be neither too lit nor too dim to give a good massage. Music should be subtle and scented candles should not be overwhelming. Reserve the room in advance and clear any children, pets or distractions out beforehand.
- Clean your hands. The utmost important instruments when giving a good massage are the fingers and palms. Washing your hands should be an obvious must, as well as a good rub down of lotion. A smooth hand is a must for a good massage.
- Make the receiver comfortable. The body of your receiver should be flat, naturally in line with the mattress/sofa/whatever you are using as a support frame. To give a good massage, it is an absolute must to make your partner very comfortable. A pillow or two should suffice in areas like the head or feet that are not exactly vertical with the plane.
- Start up. From the shoulders you will begin to give a good massage. From there, head to the neck, then down the back of the lats and to the sides. Use your fingertips gracefully, smoothly, slowly and firmly.
- Be passionate. Ever seen an annoyed masseuse? Passion is an absolute must for a good massage, as emotion transfers from person to person. Love what you do and the receiver will too.
Although it is not always easy, giving a good massage is a definite possibility for even the most mediocre masseuse. You too can give a good massage, with or without the proper tools. Besides, too much oil is not good at all.