vendredi 9 novembre 2012

Body massage oils



Body massage oils


This document gives you a clear idea of How To do a full massage.


1.Laying On Of Hands

l . A.Center yourself.Tune into your breathing.







  

1. B 
B. Rest your left palm on the upper back, your right palm on the sacrum.
 
Laying On Of Hands

C. Lightly pull your hands downward, separating at the waist and then flowing down off the tips of the toes.
If you have feathers or other sensuous materials, stroke your lover — all over — now before you apply any oil.

 2. Spreading Oil

2. A.Warm oil in your hands. (Be careful not to let drops fall on your partner.)
 2. B B. Spread the oil by sliding your hands up the back side:
starting at the feet, pull up the legs, the torso, all the way off the fingertips.
Repeat the same sequence on the other side. (It is easier if you first move to the other side.)
This is not the only oil application. Generally, you add more oil in the initial stroke of each section.

3. Connecting Stroke
3. A Slide your parallel palms down the back to the buttocks.

3. B B. Slide your palms outward to the sides of the waist and then up the sides to the shoulders.

3. C. On the shoulders, pivot your hands outward.

3.D.Slide upwards across the shoulder muscles (not the throat).



Repeat this whole stroke (A-D) several times.

4. Prayer Stroke
4. Prayer Stroke
A. Just to each side of the spine, slide the outer edge of your hands down the back to below the waist.
B. (Now follow the same movements as in the previous stroke, #3.)
C.Slide your palms outward to the sides of the waist and then up the sides to the shoulders.
On the shoulders, pivot your hands outward (as in the previous stroke, #3).
D. Slide upwards across the shoulder muscles  not the throat (as in the previous stroke, #3).
Repeat this whole stroke (A-D) several times.

5. Shoulder Strokes

5.A. Just to each side of the spine, make circles with the flat parts of your thumbs.
Here the thumbs mirror each other:
down together, outward from spine together, etc.
Focus the pressure in the direction toward his/her feet.
Let your fingers remain in contact with your partner.
This series of circles gradually comes UP the back.

5. B.On the right shoulder between the spine and scapula, make circles with your thumbs
this time alternating your hands one after the other.
Focus on the area near the neck.

5.C.On the groove between the right scapula and clavicle, slide your thumbs outward toward the shoulder tip  alternating one hand after the other.

D. Now apply Parts B and C on the left shoulder.

6. Fingers' Pull


With a finger pad on each side of the spine at the neck, pull downward toward the buttocks.
Use a firm pressure. (You can have even more pressure by putting the fingers of your other hand
on top of the first.) Repeat this whole stroke several times.

7. Side Pulling 
7.A Alternating your hands on one side, slide them in a pulling manner across the side of the torso
toward the spine. (This series includes the area from the hips to near the underarms.)

7.B. Move to the other side, and apply the pulling movements to the opposite side.

8. Connecting Stroke

8. A With your right hand in front, slide your hands up the back of the leg.
(For both hands, the little-finger-side leads; the thumbs are beside their index fingers.)


8.B. Near the buttocks, rotate your hands in an outward movement. 

8.C. Slide (in a pulling manner) down the inner and outer sides of the leg.

9. Kneading
A. First focusing on one hand, gently squeeze with your thumb opposite your fingers.
While squeezing, slide a few inches in the direction of your other hand. Next release your squeeze.

B. Then follow the same pattern with the other hand. Gradually knead the entire calf, thigh, and buttocks.

10. Thumb Slide

10.A. Slide the flat of the thumbs up the middle of the back of the leg. (Let your fingers remain in contact a long the sides of the leg.)
10.B. Slide your hands down the inner and outer sides of the leg.

11. V Stroke

11.A. Slide your hands in a V shape up the back of the leg. To form a "V," form both hands as if to shake hands. Then place the right hand above the left hand so that the right little finger is on the left thumband the right thumb is on the left index finger.

11.B. Slide down the inner and outer sides of the leg (as in the previous stroke, #10).

12. Repeat: Back-Of-Leg Connecting Stroke

13. Back-Of-Leg Feather Stroke.
Alternating your hands in a pulling movement, delicately stroke your fingertips over the entire leg sometimes short strokes, sometimes long ones.
14. Follow the same sequence on the left leg Remember to reverse your right- and left-hand positions.



15. Back Hug

15.A. (This may be a difficult stroke unless you are using a massage table.)
Using the soft, inner side of your forearms, begin at your lover's lower back and slide them to below the buttocks and to the upper back.
Then slide your forearms back together. Repeat this whole movement several times.



15.B. After a few repetitions of Part A, rest your chest on the back. Be very careful not to put pressure on the neck and throat area.

16. Concluding Stroke


In one long movement, slowly slide your hands up from the feet to the shoulder and off the fingertips.
If you wish, then gently feather stroke with your fingertips the entire back side.
After a while, with a gentle voice, invite your lover to turn over when ready.

17. Connecting Stroke :


17.A. First, gently hold the right wrist in your right hand. Then with the little-finger side leading,
slide your left hand up the outside of the right arm.


17.B. Pivot on the shoulder tip and slide down on the back side of the arm.


17.C. Now let your left hand hold the wrist away from his/her body.
Slide your right hand up the inside of the right arm, with your little-finger side leading.


17.D. Just before the underarm, pivot your hand to the back side of the shoulder and slide downward
on the back side of the arm.

18. Upper Arm Stroke




A. Hold the right hand on your left rib cage. Slide your left hand upward on the outside of his/her upper arm
while your right hand slides downward on the back side.


18.B. Your left hand rotates on the shoulder and slides downward on the back side of the upper arm while your right hand rotates at the elbow and slides upward on the upper side of the upper arm.

18. C. Your left hand rotates at the elbow and slides upward on the outside of the upper arm (which is Part A again) while your right hand rotates at the underarm and slides downward on the back side.

19. Forearm Stroke


A. Holding the forearm upright, slide the flat sides of your thumbs down the inside of the forearm.
Let your thumbs be parallel with each other.

B. When your thumbs reach the inner side of the elbow, lighten your touch and slide your hands back up to the wrist. Continue with the right hand before massaging the left arm.

20. Hand Curl
On the back side of the hand, firmly slide the heels of your thumbs outward to the sides of the hand while curling the hand inward.


21. Palm Massage

Alternating your thumbs, firmly push your thumb pads upward on the palm.
Repeat the movements many times, covering the palm entirely.

22. Web Stroke

With your right thumb and curled index finger between the right thumb and first finger, slide outward firmly.

23. Finger Stroke



23.A.Starting at the tip of the finger,  slide very lightly down the sides of the finger with your thumb and finger.
23.B.Grasping the finger firmly at its base, slide up and off the finger.
Repeat Part A and Part B once on the thumb and once on each finger.

24. Palm Reading

24.A.Interlacing your fingers with your lover's, stretch the palm open and lightly feather stroke the palm
with your thumb tips very, very, very lightly.

25. Repeat: Arm Connecting Stroke

26. Arm and Hand Feather Stroke.
Alternating your hands in a pulling movement, delicately stroke your fingertips over the entire arm and hand
sometimes short strokes, sometimes long ones.

27. Follow the same Arm and Hand sequence on the left arm.
Remember to reverse your right- and left-hand positions.

28. Connecting Stroke
A.With your left hand in front, slide your hands up the front of the leg.
(For both hands, the little-finger-side leads; the thumbs are beside their index fingers.)


B.Near the pelvis, rotate your hands outward and slide down the inner and outer sides of the leg.

29. Mini-Connecting Stroke On the thigh, make a series of connecting strokes similar to the previous stroke but shorter and only on the thigh.
Each succeeding stroke starts a little farther up the thigh and ends a little farther up.

30. Thigh Kneading
30.A. First focusing on one hand, gently squeeze with your thumb opposite your fingers.
While squeezing, slide a few inches in the direction of your other hand.
Next release your squeeze.

30-B-Then, follow the same pattern with the other hand. Gradually knead the entire front thigh.

31. Repeat: Front-Of-Leg Connecting Stroke

32. Ankle Circling


33. Connecting Stroke:

Alternating your hands, squeeze the foot and slide off the end.

34. Arc de Triomphe

Firmly slide the heel of your right hand downward on the arch. (The ankle rests in your left hand.)

35. Finger Circles


On the top of the foot, make small circles with your finger pads.
(Slide your fingers over the skin and/or, with a little more pressure, slide your lover's skin over the muscles,
tendons, and bones beneath.)