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Posted May 16, 2009 in All Things Sex | 0 Comments

Getting Sex(y) Saturdays w/Josh B

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Joshua Brown: Massage Therapist/Personal Trainer/DJ

So you want to incorporate a good massage into your foreplay?  Well slapping and tugging (unless that is part of your ritual) never relaxed anyone.  We sought out the advice of a professional masseur to help get you “pointed” in the right direction.

Tony for yourKloset: What brought you into the Art and Science of massage therapy?

Joshua Brown: As a personal trainer, I thought it would be a great way to expand my business and be able to offer this additional service to my clients.  I have always loved giving massage and have even been nicknamed “Spirit Fingers” by friends and family.

T4yK: Before becoming a massage therapist, would you use massage as part of your sensual repertoire?

J.B.: Definitely, without sounding to passionate, I think the power of touch is pretty incredible.  Most people have an innate desire to be touched and I think that most people are under touched throughout their lives.  I think massage is a great release for that!

T4yK: What type of massage do you specialize in?  Please explain a bit more about this technique.

J.B.: I perform Kinetic Swedish Massage.  This is probably the most scientific, comprehensive, encompassing type of massage.  It is a great base before exploring other forms.  The primary goal is for relaxation but it is very therapeutic (breathing, increase in circulation).  After I massage a client, most times I can lift their skin about 2 inches because of how supple the skin becomes.

T4yK: Well that sounds sexy…not!  Besides the obvious, what area of the body is the most sensitive to touch?

J.B.: Well here are a couple of areas because after all everyone is different.  The forearm to hand definitely gets most people going and of course the inner thigh and buttocks.

T4yK: When giving a massage, what should someone remember (dos and don’ts)?

J.B.: Try not to catch someone off guard!  You are in the position of power and they (the person being massaged) are vulnerable.  Doing something that shocks them, will really kill the vibe!  There is a huge transfer of energy between you and your partner and you want to make sure it stays there.

T4yK: As a DJ, how important do you feel music is during a massage?

J.B.: I think it is actually really important.  I have tried them without but I think it helps people to drift off into their relaxing place.

Joshua’s Do-It-Yourself Massage Oil

5 Tbsp grape seed oil

8 drops of essential oils (lavender, sandalwood etc…)

The massage oil can be warmed up by immersing the container of oil in a cup of hot (not boiling) water.  Let it sit for a couple minutes and you’re good to go!

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