Posted: September 8th, 2011 | Author: admin | Filed under: massage therapy benefits | Tags: husband, massage | 8 Comments »
Question by Samantha: Which massage for my husband?
My husband will be home in a few months from Iraq and I’d like to set him up an appointment to get a massage(it’s going to be a surprise for his birthday). I’ve never gotten a massage before so I don’t know which one I should choose for him, a couple options are swedish, lomi lomi, reiki, hot rock therapy, deep tissue, sports, and trigger point therapy. Anyone have any experience with any of these that they’d care to share or recommend. Thanks!
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Posted: May 2nd, 2010 | Author: admin | Filed under: massage therapy | Tags: husband, massage, prostate | 4 Comments »
Few months ago my wife came up with the idea to massage my prostate for pleasure. I like it and she does it regularly now. Do you perform it to your husband? Where did you get the idea?
Posted: April 15th, 2010 | Author: admin | Filed under: massage therapy | Tags: give, husband, massage, Pleasurable, prostate | No Comments »
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If you think that your husband or lover is seeking for a new way to spice your bedroom romance, then I just have the fix for you. You may actually initiate this change and surprise him. This is an article for women or men who want to please their partners. So, let me answer the question “How do I give my husband a pleasurable prostate massage?”
Now, before I disclose the tactic that would leave your lover’s head spinning, let me just give you a crash course about this prostate. Your man’s prostate is part of his reproductive gland. This is located below the bladder and adjacent to his rectum. So, for you to massage this prostate, you have to access it through his anus. Are you ready for this? Well, it takes a little getting used to, but you can definitely do it.
These are the proper preparation that you have to do. First, you have to make sure that your lover’s body is clean, as well as yours. You may take a shower together. You may give his butt a gentle scrub. This is a sexy gesture that may turn him on. Clean your fingers and trim your finger nails. You cannot perform this activity with long nails as this might cause a sickness like prostatitis, an infection in the prostate.
Purchase a good lubricant to help your partner ease out during the penetration. You may choose from the three variants, oil-based, water-based, and silicon-based. I prefer water-based lubricant because it has the right amount of lubrication. There are times when I opt to go for an oil-based lubricant to provide myself a different feel. You may get the three variations so you and your lover can try it all, and decide afterwards.
Now, the anus can be tensed if it gets stimulated. So, you want your man to be in a relaxed state. You may do this by giving him a back massage for a few minutes. You can do these with fragrant oil like lavender which has relaxing properties. You may also tweak your bedroom by installing a dim light and lighting out some candles. This is a fool-proof way to put your partner in a sexy mood.
I have to be honest. It does take a certain amount of practice for you and your partner to get used to this. So, it is a hand-in-hand work with your lover. Both of you must be willing to do this massage in order for it to be successful. Do not rush on things. Your first few attempts may just be focused on getting him familiar with the feelings of being touched in the bottom. Consequently, you also need to get a feel of how is it to touch his anus.
Once you are used to the idea of having to touch your partner’s anus, and your lover got the hang of it, you may already start on penetration. Two centimeters away from his opening, the bump or the location of his prostate can be felt. The measurement that I have given is not necessarily true to every man, others may have the prostate at the deeper part of their anus. So, do not fuss if you weren’t able to find the bump two centimeters away.
Once you have felt the bump, touch this gently. You may press it and massage but be sure that you are very gentle. You may do this while stimulating his penis. I hope I was able to answer your query on “How do I give my husband a pleasurable prostate massage?”
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Posted: March 11th, 2010 | Author: admin | Filed under: masage supplies | Tags: accept, from, husband, male,, married, massage, offer, receive, sensual, Therapist, Women, would | 15 Comments »
My husband and I have been married 10 years, together for 16. We are best friends, intimate lovers and true soulmates. Over the years, we found we truly enjoy the gift of massage. We have enjoyed couples massage but receive most massages seperate from each other. Over the last year, I have been fortunate to be getting my massages at home from a wonderful male therapist. I receive my massage nude and have come to the comfort level of no draping. My last massage visit had something different happen that took me by surprise. My therapist asked at the end of my massage if there as an area of my body that he had been leaving out that may need some attention. His hand position at that moment gave no doubt what “an area” meant. I told him I was unable to accept but thanked him for the offer. Later, I told my husband and he gave his approval to accept the offer next visit if I desired. This is no doubt out of his love for me! Would other wives feel this way and accept this “additional area”?
Just to clarify as it looks as if “the area” was in fact still questionable what that area is. I (we…my husband and I) believe a full body massage includes the buttocks and breasts, we have always agreed this and had no problems with it…its common in all other cultures except Western culture (America). My buttocks was included within the first couple sessions (under draping), my breasts maybe 5 or 6 sessions later (I receive massages 2-4 times a month). The draping was removed simply out of convenience and comfort once I indicated to the therapist it was OK. I have been receiving my massage now for approx. 1 year nude w/ no draping including my buttocks and breasts. So therefore “the area” is my anal and vaginal area. And for the record, my husband does also give me full body massage and includes these areas when he does. This is about allowing the therapist to do so also to bring our sessions to a higher level of release and satisfaction. Thanks everyone!
1 more thing: The question is about “would you accept the offer?” so therefore the your husband’s have already said you can if you want. I am asking for married women to be honest in stating if they would accept if given the OK from their husband’s to do so. So its not a question of “first of my husband would not allow this”. Thanks!
how funny…I knew that answer was coming eventually. “This means your husband is enjoying this offer himself from his therapist”. We are best friends, intimate lovers and true soulmates for a reason. We have been together for 16 years and married 10 for the same reason. Reason: Trust, Honesty, Respect and Communication (that includes those elements). I can stand up for my husband and say that “he is not receiving this service from his therapist” because if it had been offered he would have came to me with it just as I came to him. And for the record, “would I mind if he was receiving this service from his therapist”. I don’t truthfully know. If we get there, we will discuss it and I will decided then. Do I love and trust him enough to allow him this if he desired, yes I do! Does he love and respect me enough to accept if I said no, yes he does! Thanks everyone…
why when we read do you choose to to only understand part of what we have just read? Its called perception. Once we have already precieved the situation, we close out any further influence apart from the perception made. Point 1: We have been recieving massage for approx. half (8) of the years we’ve been married. Point 2: Have never had a massage in this time period that was not fully nude…no matter the therapist, male or female. We do not have any concern with our nudity in this practice or at all for that matter. Point 3: If we were getting divorced because of some form of jealousy, guilt, shame, conviction…we would have already done that. For approx. 8 years, we have both been naked in front of mutiple others with hands as close as you can get to a genital area without it being direct. Point 4: Appears most married women live with the spirit of adultry. In fear that if they or their spouse was put in a place of temptation, they could not resist. The enemy has you here…
Sorry! I put in Point 1 above “approx. half of the years we have been married”. Should have said, half the years we have been together almost all the years we have been married. And, thank-you for the answers,,,its helps us to truly see that we have a sacred marriage bond much more as He created it to be than most others. A bond without jealousy, shame, guilt, fustration, dishonesty, mistrust, nonrespect, etc…all the emotions of the enemy. Instead we have a marriage of love, respect, honor, sacrifice, joy fulfilled…all the emotions of our Creator.