How To Give The Perfect Massage
Giving a massage should be a pleasant experience for the recipient and the person massaging. This is especially true for those giving an erotic massage. If you want to set the tone for an evening of romance and help your girlfriend or wife relax and feel secure enough to be uninhibited, begin the night with a full-body massage. Massage also has a number of health benefits, so you will guarantee your lady comes back again and again, looking for help with tense muscles, aching bones and toxin buildups that leave her feeling less than energetic. Here's how to give a massage that will leave her feeling warm, sexy and free of aches and pains.
What you'll need to give the perfect massage:
- Clean sheets
- Massage Oil
- Set the mood. Before beginning the massage, create an environment that is relaxing and comfortable. Check the room temperature and ensure it is warm enough for her. Remember, if you are fully clothed and engaged in movement, she will get chilly before you. Try to find a temperature that is comfortable for both of you. Add to the ambiance of the room by lighting candles, having her lay on clean sheets or a comfortable mat and provide a sheet or blanket to cover the areas of her body not receiving massage.
- Begin the massage slowly. Once she is comfortable, ease into the massage gradually. Take a few deep breaths and encourage her to do the same. It is important that you both enter the experience open to relaxing. If she has spent the entire day sitting at her desk working, or engaged in activities that do not include touch from other people, feeling someone else's hands on her skin may be jarring at first. Begin the massage by gently placing your hands on her back or scalp without moving them. Give her a chance to adjust to being touched and then slowly begin the massage. Warm your hands before making direct contact with her skin.
- Focus on sections of her body. It is important not to jump from one part of her body with another in a herky-jerky manner. If you begin at her feet, work your way up her legs to her torso and onto her arms and scalp. If you begin with her head, work your way down her body. Keep your movements flowing and relaxing. Use medium-strength pressure, but check in with her as you work to ensure what you think is medium pressure is not making her uncomfortable.
- Spend time on sensitive areas. You may already know where she holds her tension, but if not, ask her if any part of her body hurts. Most people hold tension in their backs, necks and shoulders, so you might want to concentrate on those areas. Those who are not professional massage therapists should not dig around too much if they find stiff muscles or knots, but there is nothing wrong with using added pressure and working tense areas more than others. Keep the lines of communication open while you work and remember you should stay relaxed during the experience.