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14 February 2011: It's Valentine's Day!
For many people Valentine's Day has become a day of massage: giving, getting, asking. So how about a Valentine's Day idea! Surprize your love with a hand massage - you only need to learn some easy basic hand reflexology techniques.
VALENTINE HAND MASSAGE TIP 1:
Be inconsistent. Touch your partner with your fingertips, knuckles, elbows, the full palm and the heel of your palm. Likewise, while touching, use a variety of strokes - from deep rubbing and kneading to tickling and light scratching. And feel free to lean in close, using your body weight to add force.
VALENTINE MASSAGE TIP 2:
Use a little bit of aromatic massage oil. Make sure the massage oil or lotion is warm. You can warm lotion by rubbing it between the palms of your hands.
VALENTINE MASSAGE TIP 3:
The hands are full of nerve endings, therefore the hands are incredibly sensitive. So massage each finger along the joint to the tip with your fingertips or, perhaps, lips and mouth.
All 9 massage tips are available at:
Martijn van Mensvoort
Hand researcher & psychologist in The Netherlands (Holland)
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