Whether you’re needing a romantic getaway or simply treating yourself to an indulgent spa session, a couples massage is a great way to relax and rejuvenate both you and your loved one. Despite the suggestive name, couples massages aren’t just for couples. Friends and family members can also enjoy this invigorating experience together. Couples massage is one of the hottest services in the Spa industry right now. Two people are massaged in the same room, at the same time, by two different therapists.
What Happens During Couples Massage?
Couples massage takes place in a couples suite. At the very least this is a room large enough for two massage tables. As for couples massage etiquette, it’s fine to talk to each other through the massage if you want, or be quiet the whole time. It’s really up to you.
What Are the Benefits of Couples Massage?
Couples massage is a great way to introduce a partner who has never gotten a massage before in a way that makes them feel more comfortable the first time. Some men are apprehensive about getting a massage because of the nudity involved, and to have their wife or girlfriend there is reassuring. Men usually discover that therapeutic touch is very relaxing and restorative. Once they experience a couples massage, they are more willing to book a massage on their own. It can also be a good choice if you’re traveling with someone you don’t get to see often enough – a sister, girlfriend, mom or best friends – and you want to spend as much time together as possible.
There are a number of physical effects associated with massage therapy from which you and your loved one can benefit during your session. Research has shown the connection between massage therapy and short recovery periods for a variety of medical conditions. Among the conditions that may be eased due to massage therapy are muscular-skeletal disorders, fibromyalgia, insomnia, asthma, arthritis and depression. Massage therapy has also been shown to reduce stress and strengthen the immune system.
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