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Massage in South London – Want to Be Better at Back Massage?
Everybody likes to get a massage but not everybody is okay giving them to somebody. We’re frightened of accidentally hurting the other person. We are scared that we may not help enough. We’re afraid that they will dislike what we are doing. Thankfully, it is absolutely possible to learn how to give a great massage every time you would like to do so. Here are several tips on how to give an awesome back massage.
To start, you need to make sure that the person is comfortable while he is lying down. They must be laying down on a surface that is firm yet soft. You don’t have to have a fancy table but you can try to have them lie down on a bed. If the person is lying on the floor, provide them with some soft towels or blankets to lay down…or even invest in an inexpensive mat. If the person wants to keep his or her shirt on, see to it that it is of a soft material so there will be less friction and scratching.
Begin with a couple of simple rubs. Slowly, and using the entire flat side of both of your hands, rub up from the lower back area and toward the neck. This rub should have at least a bit of pressure in it but don’t try to use your full massage pressure yet. Start out at the lower back area and slide your hands in an upward motion, along either side of the spinal column toward the neck then across the shoulders and back down the back. As you keep doing this, make your loops smaller and smaller so that you can be sure to cover all areas of the back.
You can generate good and direct pressure when you make use of the heels of your hands. Using the heels of your palms to put on pressure, begin working in small circles at the base of the back on either side of the spinal column and then work those tiny circles out toward the person’s sides, up a little bit and then back across to the spinal column and upward until you have massaged the entire back.
Try sitting on one of the sides of the individual you are massaging. Next, with your one hand on top of yor other hand, thrust into the back using your fingers. Get start at the spinal column and dig in steadily and with firm pressure across the back away from the backbone and then gently sort of move your hands back across the back toward the spine and move up. Do this again as you move upward along the person’s back and then repeat on the other side of the person’s back.
Knead the backbone. Begin at the base of the person’s spine and then work up all of the sausage like muscles on each side of the backbone with two of your fingers or your thumbs. Knead each small node at least five times to create some friction before moving on to the next. Rub one side of the spine and then the other.
It is vital as well to relax the person repeatedly between each section of the massage that you are giving. This means that after you’re done using the heels of your hands for specific applied pressure, you need to go back to the rub you used at the beginning for a few minutes.