Month: November 2015

Tantric Massage different from Erotic Massage, differences between tantric and erotic massage,

Tantric Massage different from Erotic Massage

Tantric Massage different from Erotic Massage -Is Tantric Massage different from Erotic Massage? The simplest answer to this is only you can judge based off your own experiences. In Tantric Massage you are not asked to disrobe, but wear loose comfortable clothing. The clothing protects your skin as we work with compression pressure along the meridians and into the joints. It also adds ease to performing more active range of motion of the joints as there is no need for complicated draping

In Erotic Massage you are asked to disrobe and then oils and lotions are used to protect the skin. The client is also draped in sheets or towels. After a session of Erotic Massage or deep tissue you will probably feel relaxed and sleepy. After a session of Tantric Massage however, you will probably feel relaxed and energized.

These styles of bodywork/massage address many of the same issues. Both reduce stress and both address injury recovery and pain relief. Both address the skeletal muscular system although Erotic Massage has more focus on the muscles while Tantric Massage is more focused on the fascia and the joints. Overall for one to say tantric massage is different from erotic massage they would have the be sure about their own experience and how they are comfortable during the treatment

Tantric Massage and other Asian bodywork therapy adds another layer of healing with the use of the meridians and points of Chinese medical theory. This is a dynamic healing system that has evolved from ancient times to remain relevant today, and is also the basis of acupuncture. We use this system to balance the body’s energetics, which we don’t consider to be separate from the physical body.

All bodywork therapies continue to evolve as modern science gains new understandings of anatomy, physiology and physics. And all practitioners develop their own style over time regardless of what system they use.

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Benefits of Asian Massage,Asian Massage and the benefits,

Benefits of Asian Massage

massage oil Benefits of Asian Massage – As you lie on the table under crisp, fresh sheets, hushed music draws you into the moment. The smell of sage fills the air and you hear the gentle sound of massage oil being warmed in your therapist’s hands. The pains of age, the throbbing from your overstressed muscles, the sheer need to be touched – all cry out for therapeutic hands to start their work. Once the session gets underway you will feel the benefits of Asian massage, the problems of the world fade into an oblivious 60 minutes of relief and all you can comprehend right now is not wanting it to end.

But what if that hour of massage did more for you than just take the pressures of the day away? What if that gentle, Asian massage helped you combat cancer? Or what if bodywork helped you recover from a strained hamstring in half the time? What if your sleep, digestion and mood all improved with massage and bodywork? What if these weren’t just “what ifs”?

Asian Massage as a Healing Tool

Asian Massage as a healing tool has been around for thousands of years in many cultures. Touching is a natural human reaction to pain and stress, and for conveying compassion and support. Think of the last time you bumped your head or had a sore calf. What did you do? Rubbed it, right? The same was true of our earliest ancestors.

Healers throughout time and throughout the world have instinctively and independently developed a wide range of therapeutic techniques using touch. Many are still in use today, and with good reason. We now have scientific proof of the benefits of Asian massage – benefits ranging from treating chronic diseases and injuries to alleviating the growing tensions of our modern lifestyles. Having a massage does more than just relax your body and mind – there are specific physiological and psychological changes which occur, even more so when massage is utilized as a preventative, frequent therapy and not simply mere luxury. Asian Massage not only feels good, but it can cure what ails you.

The Consequences of Stress

Experts estimate that 80 percent to 90 percent of disease is stress-related. Asian Massage and bodywork is there to combat that frightening number by helping us remember what it means to relax. The physical changes massage brings to your body can have a positive effect in many areas of your life. Besides increasing relaxation and decreasing anxiety, massage lowers your blood pressure, increases circulation, improves recovery from injury, helps you to sleep better and can increase your concentration. It reduces fatigue and gives you more energy to handle stressful situations.

Massage is a perfect elixir for good health, but it can also provide an integration of body and mind. By producing a meditative state or heightened awareness of living in the present moment, Asian massage can provide an emotional and spiritual balance, bringing with it true relaxation and peace.


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