Massage Guide

Massage Guide

After experiencing the indulgence of a full body erotic massage, every part of your body will feel restored and energized. The natural high lasts for hours. One hour of pure peaceful sensual massage stabilizes the mind as well as the body. You will experience a meditative state which banishes all nervous tension and allows you to think more clearly.

Massage is a drugless therapy and likely to be the oldest therapy, predating most medicines and stimulants. In the earliest medical records, massage was prescribed by Hippocrates, healers in China, Egypt, Peru, Siberia and the American Southwest for problems we now attempt to solve by popping a pill. Massage was even practiced extensively by physicians until the turn of the century, when it became more cost effective to write a prescription, rather than to lay one’s hands on a patient.

Master Massage Strokes – Conduct Your Erotic Massage!

If you must think during a massage, think about how you can be generous with your strokes. The more you do a stroke, the better it feels. If massage had a Master Plan, it would simply state,’ Be generous, allow that good feeling to continue.’ When your recipient centers on the delectable sensations that unfold during a full body erotic massage he/she will begin to feel things in unexpected ways. As his/her body becomes the instrument of pure sensual pleasure, your massage becomes the focus of his/her attention. Everything you do as a Masseur is registered and every sensation noticed. At this point, you no longer ‘do‘ massage, you ‘conduct it.’ The recipient’s body – fine tuned like a symphony orchestra – responds to every tiny sensation created by your hands. Henceforth, we utilize Six Master Strokes to help prolong that serenity and delicious mood.

Six Master Strokes

1. Circulation

2 Kneading

3. Friction

4. Compression

5. Passive exercise

6. Percussion

Massage strokes should never begin or end abruptly; they should flow into each other so the recipient feels a single wave of sensation moving across the body. Massage stroke transitions are opportunities to be generous and extend a sensuous moment, rather than abandoning it. Your goal as a Masseur is to grant your recipient an hour or more of uninterrupted physical pleasure.

Circulation Strokes

Circulation strokes are the perfect introduction to your erotic massage. This luxurious sequence will encourage your recipient to experience a feeling of suppleness and lightness. Circulation strokes travel up and down a limb and from one end of the chest or back to the other. Full body massage circulation strokes extend from the toes to the shoulders, heightening all the recipient’s sensations. Ideally, a circulation sequence should be repeated ten times during a full body massage. As a Masseur, your hands need to be relaxed and supple so your fingers and palm can mold to the changing shape of the recipient’s body. Circulation strokes should flow smoothly without pulling at the skin or any body hair. Surplus massage oil needs to be applied to more hairy parts of the body. Circulation stimulates the venous and lymphatic systems simultaneously, increasing lymph and blood flow without speeding up the heart – a wonderful effect that cannot be achieved outside of massage. When massaging the limbs, press towards the heart. Each time you press up the arms and legs, the recipient’s capillary valves open and oxygen rich blood flows forth. This fabulous fluid release effect eliminates tension-causing chemicals that collect in the body’s tissues. If your cells are bathed in toxins, neither exercise nor pills will aid your relaxation. Massage is key to a healthy mind and body.

Kneading – Make Tactile Music

Kneading the fleshy part of the recipient’s torso is very much like kneading bread! Kneading is the centerpiece of any and every full body erotic massage. People love being kneaded! To master the art of kneading, use one hand at a time. Keep your fingers together and use your thumbs to pick up the fleshy parts. Knead in smooth, rhythmic circles. Feel the interior muscles roll off your fingertips. It is advisable to make ten rhythmic circles with your right hand, picking up a fold of flesh with your thumb and letting it go each time your complete the circle. Then make ten identical circles with your other hand, focusing on the same spot. Circle over the same spot with both hands, picking up a fold of flesh with the left thumb whenever the right thumb is open and vice versa. The thumb is key to the kneading technique. Open and close it as you pick up and release the squeezed flesh. Your thumbs are even more important when you knead smaller areas such as the hands and feet.

Friction

Friction provides deep direct pressure. Friction (rubbing the body) sends a fundamental message that is understood by all mammals: rubbing the body produces instant relief. Massage oil is not even required. For example there are many ‘on site’ Massage Therapists who use this technique on office workers in the workplace. However, like all massage strokes, friction does work best on naked skin. Friction strokes reach through the skin to massage the underlying muscles. It is advisable to avoid surface blood vessels as well as bony parts of the body, such as the ribs. By moving your hands up and down the recipient’s body as you rotate your fingers, you can easily cover an entire muscle group in a few minutes. Friction promotes lymph flow and blood circulation and within seconds the recipient will feel an irresistible penetrating warmth flow within his/her body.

Surface Friction

Keep your fingers apart, hands bent at the wrist and brush fingers back and forth. Use light pressure to warm the surface of the skin.

Muscle Friction

Keep your fingers together and circle with your fingertips on visible muscles. It is advisable to use an anchor hand to support the body. Follow the contour of muscle groups.

Deep Friction

This more intense version of muscle friction should be utilized to reach into the body’s largest joints at the hips and shoulders. Anchor every stroke before you commence and it is wise to perform these stokes in an unrushed manner.

Compression

Compression is the easiest of all massage strokes. As the Masseur, you need to ensure you are comfortably seated so you are not reaching too far to the left or right. Press down on a broad part of the body such as the forehead or the back of the knee, making contact from your fingertips to the base of your palm. Allow your contact hand to mold itself to the shape of your recipient’s body: your fingertips should trace the contour of every curve. This is passive compression. For active compression, plenty of massage oil is required. Circle on muscular parts of the body with one or two hands and press down firmly. On large body areas make contact with the full surface of your hands. Use the flat part of your knuckles for compression on the thick tendons around the larger joints. Press down into the muscle tissue and circle slowly. Compression generates good feelings within the recipient of the massage. This technique can be utilized at any point.

Passive Exercise

Passive Exercise involves gently lifting the recipient’s limbs as well as lifting the body, lowering it and carrying it. The recipient is entirely passive during a full body massage and should not be tempted to lift a limb. This is the Masseur’s responsibility. The Masseur lifts, supports and carries the limbs throughout the entirety of the erotic massage journey. Some of the most exquisitely sensual moments in a full body massage involve simple anti-gravity effects: whilst part of the recipient’s body floats through the air, he/she does nothing at all. Passive exercises increase the body’s mobility. Tendons and ligaments are gently stretched and the internal joint lubricant is, thus, stimulated. Chronic stiffness is, consequently, eliminated and the body becomes more supple and fluid.

As a Masseur, each time you begin a lift you will discover a natural body handle such as the recipient’s wrists, ankles, lower back and shoulders. There is something very primal and tender about these passive exercises. The recipient is gently lifted into the air (i.e. via the arch of the back) and gently lowered, held and supported, often for the first time since childhood.

Percussion

For the percussion massage technique, massage oil is not required. Percussion is ‘light tapping’ and as a Masseur is is crucial to concentrate on visible muscles as opposed to the bony areas or the spine. Every percussion stroke should be cushioned by either snapping your wrists just before your hands make contact with the recipient’s body or with the deeper strokes, striking the back of your own hand. It is important to select a comfortable rhythmic speed that you can maintain for at least a few minutes. Combined with friction and kneading, percussion strokes provide the perfect sequence for relieving fatigued muscles in the upper back and around the neck and shoulders.

As an erotic Masseur/Masseuse it is crucial to give a thorough therapeutic massage experience and, thus, to incorporate all these master massage strokes within the erotic massage journey. The more deliberate and informed your touch becomes, the more trust you will build. It is essential to read the recipient’s body and to look as well as to listen to signs/groans of contentment and pleasure. Be sure your hands are warm at the start of the full body massage, vary the pressure and always maintain physical contact with the massage recipient. Be generous with your massage strokes and get into the right zone/frame of mind. Massage is about giving. The recipient totally surrenders to your touch. Massage has a simple programme: give the recipient what he/she wants. Your aim as a Masseur is to leave the recipient fully relaxed and utterly content.

6th October 2014 Heidi