Now this is not to be interpreted to mean that you can rub your midsection excess baggage away. But you can stimulate your system including cardiovascular, lymphatic and digestive systems through massage. The next time that you go to your massage therapist, ask them to massage your abdomen. A professional can show you how much you have been missing if you have skipped this area of your body in massage therapy sessions before.
Abdomen Massage Steps
On the abdomen, use very slow circling movements in a clockwise direction to aid the digestive process. Make sure your partner is comfortable and relaxed with this movement.
Oil in large circles working around the navel in a clockwise direction, using both hands. Continue circling the abdomen and begin to work a little more firmly using the fingertips to make small circles.
Adjust the depth of presure to your partner's comfort; If done slowly, deeper pressure can be very relaxing but do not overdo it.
Abdomen Massage TIPS
The abdomen is the softest, least-protected area of the body and is, therefore, an area of great vulnerability for many people. Always work very gently and rhythmically in this area, only increasing the pressure once the recieve feels secure and relaxed.
On the abdomen, use very slow circling movements in a clockwise direction to aid the digestive process, make sure your partner is comfortable nd relaxe with thismovement,
Some people may not like you to touch their abdomen. When you reach this point in the sequence, you might like to first check with your partner that they feel comfortable with you massaging the stomach area.
Abdominal massage is a slow, deep, penetrating massage which releases deep muscle tissue spasms in the entire abdominal area, helps prevent and correct a fallen, tilted uterus and facilitates the normal flow of blood, lymph, nerves and chi throughout the entire body.
These ancient massage techniques correct poor hemodynamics of the abdomen and its many organs so vital to digestion, assimilation, elimination, secretions and reproduction in women.