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Sex is psychological, so let’s relax first.Sex is more than just, well, sex. There’s no definite how-to, and it’s more than just intercourse. In fact, “outer course” is the new flirtatious foreplay we should be experimenting with.As a woman (who’s difficult to please), sex can feel like a dance to me — and sometimes it’s hard to find a good dance partner. It involves touching, feeling, and being emotionally vulnerable. And when it comes to touching and feeling, acupressure can help. There are techniques and points that can jumpstart that safe and nurturing environment and, in turn, help maximise pleasure. Touching is a powerful thing, especially in areas other than your fun bits as it creates intimacy and relieve stress. Which means, in the bigger picture of many sexual dysfunctions, touch could help dissolve mental or emotional blockages. Especially for women who feel expected to live up to or act out certain expectations.But ultimately, stress affects both sexes and is often what’s keeping you from having more fun in the bedroom.

 

 

Breaking the psychological hurdles:

Begin with the scalp massage by pressing your finger pads in circular motions on the scalp and then moving down to neck to create a peaceful and calm atmosphere.

Always tackle the points from where the body balance derives as it would give your partner safe, nurturing and calming energy. Remember, while doing this your intimate touch would be very important with plenty of care and caution.

The following acupressure points will help you and your partner in testing out ways to soothe your body, promote trust — and potentially — up your pleasure.

 

 

Head Massage:

Location: Top of head above the ears.

Although this is considered the most yang (active) area of the body, massaging these areas actually helps lower this activity out of the head and back to the core of the body. With our frantic, productivity-driven lives, we often invest too much of our body’s resources in our brains and this can get in the way of foreplay. DU20 is a significant part that helps to calm an overtaxed mind and allows that precious blood to flow in a more balanced way in the body.

Foot Massage:

Location: Bottom of the foot, about a third of the way down; inside the foot, at the base of the toe.
Gently rub Kidney 1 (KI1) and Spleen 4 (SP4), which are both located on the feet. These are considered very powerful points for balancing the subtle energies in the body while simultaneously promoting an increase in blood flow to the core of the body. Above mentioned two points are directly and intimately connected to both the male and female reproductive organs.

 

 

 

 

Calf Massage:

Location: Inside the calves, two fingers above the ankle.

Kidney 7 (KI7) is thought to promote the yang, warming energy in the body while spleen 6 (SP6) is said to promote the yin by calming the body. These closely associated points, promote healthy blood flow when aroused.

 

There is no perfect way:

Above all else, it is important to create a calm space for you and your partner. Almost all arousal issues are psychological, not physical, so you must have patience.

Everybody and every body is different, and the most important aspects of improving your sex life come from within. Communication, trust, and relaxation are key. Moreover, there’s less scientific research and no set standard regarding the pleasure of sex.

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