Many people prefer to keep their panties or briefs on during a massage, others prefer to be nude. If your problem areas are your lower back, hips, buttocks or groin, tight-fitting underwear can get in the way of massage work, but a thong for women or briefs for men do the trick. But ensure that you are always properly covered by a sheet or towel. Only the area being massaged should be uncovered.
2. WHAT IF I REALISE THAT I’VE DROOLED?
Many people fall into a peaceful slumber 여긴어때 during the massage but when they wake up, they notice a pool of drool on the pillow or massage table. This is very common. It often happens when people are being massaged while lying face down on the massage table. Ask the massage therapist for a tissue. It’s that simple!
3. WILL THE MASSAGE THERAPIST BE THERE WHEN I UNDRESS?
In many salons/spas, the massage therapist will leave the room so that you can remove your clothing and lie on the massage table (usually face down) under the top sheet. Don’t rush or worry that the massage therapist will walk in on you; they always knock and ask if you are ready before entering the massage room.
4. SHOULD I TALK DURING THE MASSAGE?
Although some people prefer to talk throughout the massage, don’t feel compelled to make conversation with the therapist. The massage therapist often works on deeper layers of muscle and will want to ensure that the pressure is not uncomfortable. But be sure to speak up if the room is too hot or too cold, if you experience pain, if you have any questions related to the massage or if there’s anything you forgot to mention during the consultation.
5. WHAT IF I GET TURNED ON DURING THE MASSAGE?
Some men don’t get massage therapy because they worry that they’ll get turned on. It’s perfectly normal for men to get an erection during a non-sexual, therapeutic massage. Gentle touch administered to any area of the body can activate the parasympathetic nervous system and turn you on. Your massage therapist (male or female) understands this and will generally ignore it.