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What is B2B?
Body to body massage. Your entire body on top of my entire body.
A 'B2B massage' typically refers to a 'body-to-body massage'. In this type of massage, the massage therapist uses their own body, often their hands, forearms, or other body parts, to massage the recipient, often using oil to slide smoothly against them.
What makes it hot?
A B2B massage is often considered exciting due to the heightened sensory experience it offers. The direct physical contact between the massage therapist's body and the recipient's body can create a more intimate and pleasurable sensation. The use of hands, forearms, and other body parts in the massage techniques adds an element of sensuality, contributing to a unique and stimulating experience.
While B2B massages may have sensual elements, their nature can vary. It's important to communicate with the therapist beforehand to ensure mutual understanding and consent regarding the level of sensuality or eroticism involved.
Prepare by communicating your preferences and any specific areas you'd like the therapist to focus on. During the session, expect direct physical contact as the therapist uses their body for massage, creating a unique and potentially pleasurable experience.
B2B massage techniques can vary, and therapists may incorporate different styles, pressures, and movements. It's worthwhile to discuss your preferences and expectations with the therapist before the session to ensure alignment.
Communicate boundaries: Clearly communicate your boundaries and preferences with the massage therapist before the session begins. This includes specifying areas you are comfortable with or want to avoid.
Establish consent: Ensure that both you and the massage therapist have a clear understanding of the type of massage you are seeking, and that there is mutual consent for the session.
Discuss pressure and techniques: Communicate your preferences regarding the pressure and techniques used during the massage. Different individuals have different preferences, so open communication is key.
Hygiene: Prioritise personal hygiene before the session to ensure a comfortable experience for both you and the massage therapist.
Relax and breathe: Try to relax during the massage. Deep breathing can enhance the effectiveness of the massage and contribute to a more enjoyable experience.
Provide feedback: If something feels uncomfortable or if you would like a change in pressure, don't hesitate to provide feedback to the massage therapist. They are there to ensure your comfort.
Respect the therapist: Treat the massage therapist with respect. They are professionals providing a service, and any inappropriate behaviour is unacceptable.
Assume extras: Do not assume that a B2B massage includes explicit or sexual services. Always clarify the nature and boundaries of the massage beforehand.
Withhold information: Be transparent about any health conditions, allergies, or concerns you may have. This information helps the therapist tailor the experience to your needs.
Rushing: Allow yourself time before and after the massage for relaxation. Rushing into or out of a B2B massage can diminish its effectiveness.
Excessive talking: While some conversation is normal, excessive talking during the massage may disrupt the relaxation experience. Find a balance that works for you.
Pressure the therapist: Respect the therapist's professional boundaries. Pressuring them for services beyond the agreed-upon scope is inappropriate.