Professional erotic massage
Massage therapy is a professional and often licensed practice. The gender of the therapist doesn't determine the techniques or quality of service; rather, it's based on their training, skills, and experience. A female massage therapist (often referred to more professionally as just "massage therapist" without gender distinction) would perform a body massage in much the same way as a male therapist, adhering to standard massage techniques and practices.
Here's a general overview of how a professional erotic massage therapist would conduct a body massage:
Client Consultation: Before starting, the therapist usually discusses any health concerns, pain points, and preferences with the client. This ensures the massage is tailored to individual needs.
Preparation: The client is led to a massage table in a private room. Depending on the type of massage, the client will be directed on how to prepare, usually undressing to their comfort level. The client then lies down on the table, covered by a sheet or towel.
Massage Technique: Using professional techniques like effleurage (long, gliding strokes), petrissage (kneading), tapotement (rhythmic tapping), friction, and stretching, the therapist addresses the client's body. The therapist always ensures only the part of the body they are working on is exposed, maintaining the client's privacy and comfort.
Use of Oils or Lotions: Massage therapists often use oils, lotions, or creams to reduce friction on the skin. These can also have therapeutic properties, such as relaxation or muscle relief.
Feedback: Throughout the massage, the therapist might ask for feedback regarding pressure and comfort. Clients are encouraged to communicate openly about their comfort level.