A good head massage can leave the recipient looking quite different as the facial muscles relax and worry lines disappear - you may be able to make your partner look ten years younger in just a few minutes. To massage the face, sit on the floor with your legs open. The person being massaged should lie on their back with their head between your legs. You may like to sit on a cushion. If this position is difficult for you to maintain, sit against the wall or a chair. Ensure you are comfortable before you start, as the benefits of the massage will be lost if you have to move after you have begun.
Benefits: Face massage can help in alleviating sinus problem, clear the complexion and loosen up the tense muscles as well as perk up the circulation.
Step I : The neck and face can be slowly massaged with small circles, using the fingers of both hands working symmetrically to cover all the tiny facial muscles.
Step II : Place the thumbs side by side on the centre of the forehead and stroke out to the temples, working in strips, smooth away worry lines.
Step III : Take the chin between thumb and fingers and gently pinch your way out along the jaw relaxing and releasing any tension.
Ending the Massage
If you have worked through all these areas, or even if you choose just one, for example, the back, come to a finish slowly and just place your hands on your partner for a couple of minutes to complete the massage before leaving him or her to rest.
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