If you are looking to learn the art of tantric massage you will want to know these tantric massage techniques. The art of tantric massage is as much about the atmosphere and ambiance as it is about the massage itself. Tantric massage teaches the body to be alive and living in the moment, to actually feel as it is being touched and how it is being touched.
- Atmosphere. When using tantric massage techniques create a soft, sensual, and soothing atmosphere. Dim the lights or turn them off completely. Light candles for a soft glow. Create a flowing and silky flow to the visual surrounding by moving blunt and hard furniture from the view. The goal is to create a tranquil atmosphere so that the receiver of the tantric massage can feel totally relax, enjoy the moment, and feel stress and anxiety floating away.
- The start. When you start a tantric massage have the receiver lying on their belly. Begin with soft and gently stroke at the neck and shoulder area. These are the most tense areas of the body and once they are caressed and loosened the rest will come naturally. Don’t apply too much pressure. Tantric massages are not a deep tissue massage. They are soft and sensual.
- The middle. Once the backside is massage have the receiver roll over onto their backs. Separately massage each of her toes, the ball of her foot, the arch, and then the heel. Slowly make your way up her body using soft strokes and circular motions.
- The end. Once you have caressed all other parts of her body begin massaging her breast in a slow and natural way. Continue caressing her using the signals she provides you in her response to your touch. Although it may not seem like it, this is the most natural part of the tantric massage.
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