Dating back to 2700 BC, massage is an ancient practice which originated in the East as a form of medicinal treatment. This then sparked a revolution whereby numerous massage styles were developed to restore the body’s balance for good health. The word massage is thought to derive from the Greek “Massein” which means “to knead” while the Arabic word “Mash” means to “press softly”.
Many famous practitioners preached the benefits of massage and was welcomed by the West during the Greek Empire, where Hippocrates referred to it as “rubbing” to loosen the muscles, and it became standard practice in public baths. Techniques then evolved into the first form of sports massage by Galen who used it to treat physical injuries and believed it to be an essential element to maintaining good health.
Following from a decline in massage, the 17th century saw an upsurge as it was established in medical schools where the physical advantages were observed and documented. The most famous type of massage, Swedish massage, was then developed in the 19th century by Henrik Ling who incorporated techniques from Swedish gymnastics. Ling’s dedication led to one of his students opening a massage clinic and another student bringing massage therapy to Britain in 1840 which was then introduced to the U.S thirteen years later. In the 20th century, massage was used to treat World War 1 patients suffering from shell shock and nerve injury.
Massage was however, inaccessible to most, with it being associated with the wealthy and the sex trade. It was only until the later 20th century when interest in natural healing arose that it became an established form of therapy used by many.
Now, there are 250 types of massage which are used not only for medicinal treatment but also more widely as beauty and sports therapy
Lingam massage is a type of tantric pleasure for a man that includes his total male sex parts.
Orgasm is not the objective of the Lingam massage London though it is usually a pleasing as well as welcome side-effect. The goal is always to massage the Lingam, additionally including testicles, perineum and Sacred Spot (the equal to the females G-spot), as well as permit the male to surrender to a kind of pleasure he might not be used to. Out of this perspective both recipient together with the giver relax into the massaging.
Lingam massage London uses stress points on & around the lingam, scrotum & sacred spot, these types of pressure points are motivated & emotions of arousal are created …again this is not such because of a goal or objective to make ejaculation. In reality, the point is to not ejaculate but use the feeling of arousal to achieve divine areas of no mind, to attain total body feelings, healing & Strong relaxation.
Benefits of a Lingam massage London
One of the greatest advantages of the message is to get much better control over your own sexual power as well as your sex drive. When a therapist is assisting you to with the message they are going to “stand down” or step away while the receiver is close to orgasm. After a number of periods the receiver can prolong ejaculation.
Lingam massage London:-
Solve intercourse relevant issues like early ejaculation
Improve blood flows for a much better tighter erection.
Better controls over inner power.
Fight stress and depressive disorders.
Lingam massage London also supports the healing process of:
Less sexual interest
Anxiety about intimacy
Difficulty with touch
Concern with becoming physically near a female “Inability” to feel, offer or get love
The lack of ability to feel secure in one’s own skin
Insufficient trust in romantic relationships
Not enough respect for one’s own sexual ability, lessening promiscuity
Loss of inspiration, motivation, mojo
It invites into a relationship with another:
An ability to believe
A desire to be vulnerable
A capability to surrender
A link of wealthy depth & unity
Feeding & pleasing intercourse for the mind, body & soul
It permits numerous orgasms & climax experiences never experienced before. For the male to immerse himself into in one adventure of his body & Masculinity.