Getting Ready for an Erotic Massage

Gay Erotic Masseur San Diego, CAA sen­su­al mas­sage usu­al­ly means the therapist’s hands are not going to be lim­it­ed unless you let them know ahead of time where NOT to go. Their hands will go where your body tells them to. So with this in mind make sure to get thor­ough­ly cleaned up for your ses­sion. If you are on the go and the mas­sage ther­a­pists accom­mo­da­tions includes the use of a show­er. It is a safe bet you can ready your­self there before the ses­sion and a show­er after is a given if you do not opt to leave the lotion on. If a ther­a­pist offers the show­er facil­i­ties there is a good chance they will have some gen­er­al hygiene prod­ucts at your dis­pos­al like; douch­es, deodor­ants, pre-past­ed tooth­brush­es, floss, mouth­wash, ect.

Here is a checklist for cleaning;

  1. Douche: If you’re expect­ing to get a prostate mas­sage or open to the idea but, not sure what to expect. Do the safe thing “be ready”.
  2. Show­er: Don’t for­get to wash inside your anus sphinc­ters and inner glu­teus max­imus cheeks, tant, balls and penis or vagi­na and pubic region. Not all but a few males also secrete there pheromones in there anal and tant region. If you’re the type who is on the pun­gent side, there is no rule say­ing you can’t use your deodor­ant there too.
  3. Toes: Make sure to clean in-between your toes and clip your toe­nails if you’re get­ting a foot mas­sage or not sure. The ther­a­pist is basi­cal­ly pro­grammed to san­i­tize after your foot mas­sage.
  4. Breath: Brush your teeth and tongue just in case your mas­sage ther­a­pist is will­ing to kiss you.
  5. Fin­gers: If you’re a male and mutu­al touch is per­mit­ted then clip your fin­ger­nails so you don’t scratch your ther­a­pist in any sen­si­tive spots. Girls please be care­ful if you’re sport­ing those non-beveled claws.
  6. Ears: One of the biggest sen­su­al but­tons is your ears. Depend­ing on how oral your ther­a­pist is, your ears my get some seri­ous atten­tion.
  7. Arm Pits: If your body odor is on the pun­gent side, it is advis­able to wear your deodor­ant. Deodor­ant doesn’t inter­fere with most oils and creams.

Some ther­a­pists will incor­po­rate a hot tow­el rou­tine to start. This is usu­al­ly a very enjoy­able expe­ri­ence. It is a way to get you relaxed very fast as well as insur­ing you have a clean back­side. Yes your get­ting your butt wiped. (lol) Don’t be embar­rass the clean ther­a­pists just doesn’t like that kind of sur­prise and very use to the idea that some guys just aren’t that thor­ough.

If you have the flu or cold don’t call a mas­sage ther­a­pist. A mas­sage will most like­ly make you feel worse. Your body is all ready using all its reserve nutri­ents and ener­gy for your immune sys­tem to com­bat your ill­ness. Purg­ing your sys­tem of bro­ken free fat, tis­sue and tox­ins would add more strain already tak­ing place in your body. Mas­sage ther­a­pist can­not make mon­ey if they are out sick. Before mak­ing their clients sick a mas­sage ther­a­pist will just not take clients.