1. Starting at the wrist, oil the arm and top of the shoulder, making contact with the whole of the arm.Sandwich the shoulder between both hands and glide hands outward and down the arm.
2. Reach around to the back of your neck this time, grasp your elbow once again and pull to the
opposite side, which stretches your upper arm and further opens your shoulder joint. For an
extra stretch, bend toward the side you’re pulling with at the same time.
Massaging the arms is enjoyable for both partners. For the receiver it relaxing and enjoyable. For the giver is satisfyingly easy and effective.
Being by placing your partners hand alongside your chest. The relieves your partner from holding their arm in the air. Knead the muscles of your partners arms using both hands. Using your thumbs to knead the muscles of the arms is best.
Sometimes hand massages are better, quicker, and easier than back massages. Just use your thumbs and rub your friend's hand in a circular motion throughout their palm. Then grab and pull each finger--but not too hard. Finally, massage the area in between his thumb and pointer finger in a circular motion.
To stimulate circulation, rub your palm over the back of the hand and then repeat with the other hand. This movement is very similar to washing your hands and it does not only stimulate circulation, it also warms the hands.
1. Sandwich your partners hand between your own for a few seconds. Using your thumbs, massage the palm of the hand.
2. Stroke the back of your hand, pushing firmly up toward the wrist and gliding back gently. Then squeeze the hand all over, pressing it between your palm and your fingers.
3. Turn your hand over and support the back with your fingers. Do firm circular and static pressures with your thumb, working all over the palm and around the wrist.
4. Work in small areas at a time, such as the upper and lower arms and hands; back of thighs, lower legs and feet; back and buttocks; upper chest and abdomen; front of thighs, lower legs and feet; the scalp, face and neck. Keep your movements primarily directed toward the heart. Your aim is to improve the body’s circulation; and by moving your hands in the direction of the heart, blood is being released to circulate to the heart to become oxygenated, then pumped back throughout the body.