Last updated on September 8th, 2023 at 11:20 pm
Penis Massage: Techniques and Benefits
Penis massage therapy, also known as Lingam massage, is a form of tantric massage that involves massaging the penis and surrounding areas, such as the testicles and perineum. The goal of this massage is not to achieve orgasm but to create a spiritual and meditative experience. To perform a lingam massage, it’s important to create a positive and relaxing atmosphere with dim lights, candles, and soothing music. Start by massaging the erogenous areas of the body, such as the lower abdomen and inner thighs, and then slowly work your way up to the more sensitive areas, such as the testicles and penis.
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Penis massage is an ancient practice used to treat erectile dysfunction for centuries. Today, it is still used as a remedy for erectile dysfunction by massaging. In this blog post, we will be discussing how to give a sensational penis head massage. From the type of massage oil to use to the various techniques and benefits of massage, we’ll cover it all.
What’s a Lingam?
Massage erection is a well-known practice that has been used for centuries to increase sexual and spiritual awareness. Contrary to modern interpretations, tantric practices don’t just focus on sex. Tantric massage therapy teaches you how to increase your sexual energy and pure experience pleasure.
Lingam massage is a form of tantric practice that involves massaging your penis and surrounding areas. It comes from the Sanskrit term for “penis.” The following body parts are massaged during penis massaging:
- Perineum (the region between the anus & scrotum).
- Even prostate
Lingam massage doesn’t aim to achieve orgasm. It is a way to feel full-body sexual pleasure and spiritual joy.
The Anatomy of the Penis Head
The penis head is also known as the glans. The glans is a crucial part of male anatomy when it comes to sexual pleasure and function. Located at the tip of the penis, the glans is covered by a layer of skin called the foreskin. When erect, the glans becomes more sensitive and responsive to touch. Hence, it is an ideal area to focus on during a massage.
The glans is densely packed with nerve endings, particularly around the rim. This makes the glans extremely sensitive to stimulation. The frenulum is a small band of tissue on the underside of the glans. It is also highly sensitive and can provide intense pleasure when stimulated.
Understanding the anatomy of the penis head is important for a successful massage. It allows you to focus on the most sensitive areas. It further allows you to explore different techniques to maximize pleasure. By gently massaging and stimulating the glans, you can heighten arousal. Hence creating a deeply satisfying experience for your partner.
How to Perform a Penis Head Massage
It is essential to be knowledgeable about techniques for tantric massage, as well as lingam massage. Here are some of the steps that can help you get started.
Get in the mood.
A lingam massage can be enjoyable for both you and your partner if you create a positive environment and mindset.
Set your intentions before you begin the massage. This will help you feel more spiritually and sexually connected to the massage.
To create a sacred space that is warm and inviting.
- Use fresh bedding
- Dim the lights
- Light some candles
- Play some soothing music
This will help to create a relaxing and sensual atmosphere before you begin the massage.
Make sure to prepare the oils
Massage oils reduce friction and enhance the feeling of a massage. There are many types of massage oils available, with or without fragrances.
Scented oil can be used to enhance awareness and arousal in a tantric-lingam massage. It doesn’t matter which oil you use. Natural oils are best for sensitive skin. These are some of the most popular natural oils you can use:
- Olive oil
- Coconut oil
- Almond oil
Begin the male genital massage by focusing your attention on the areas around the periphery, such as:
- Lower abdomen
- Upper thighs
- Inner thighs
You can create a sensual experience by moving your hands slowly and deliberately across the skin. Massaging the erogenous areas of your partner can spark that initial pleasure, even if you are giving a lingam massaging. Remember that lingam massage’s goal is to slow down and enjoy all the pleasures.
This is the right time to work your way up from the erogenous areas to the more sensitive. Start with the testicles and massage the area gently.
The perineum is another area you might enjoy if you and your partner like it.
Once you are ready to move on, use gentle stroking motions to move your massage toward the bottom of the penis shaft. Slowly and carefully work your way toward the top of the penis shaft and the head.
You can add some prostate stimulation to your lingam massaging if the mood strikes you and your partner is willing to do so. Gently insert your finger into the anus and gently orient the tip toward the prostate. You can stimulate the prostate area by applying gentle pressure once you have located it. Some people may find that prostate stimulation can lead to a pleasure prostatic orgasm.
If you sense your partner approaching orgasm, pull back and concentrate on another area. This practice is called edging and can be continued throughout the massage as long as your partner likes it.
It’s okay if you or your partner indulge in a little bit of sex during the massage. Do not feel pressured to finish the massage before it is over. Even after the orgasm, a sensual lingam massage is still enjoyable.
Enjoy the Moment
A 2016 review found that certain sexual experiences can trigger a trance-like effect. The full-body experience of lingam and erection massage can often be enough to induce a trance-like state. This may feel more spiritual than sexual.
This meditative experience can be made even more enjoyable by:
- Take it slow
- Being present in your body
- Tantric massage allows you and your partner to feel both the spiritual and sexual natures of tantric massage.
Benefits of Penis Massage
Although lingam massages are intended to be sexual experiences, they offer many other benefits. They are believed to:
- Promote complete body healing: Tantric practices such as lingam massaging are meant to promote healing despite their sexual nature. According to Buddhist principles, lingam massage is believed to help the recipient heal past traumas and align with their spiritual and sexual selves.
- Reduce stress in the body: Participating in a lingam massaging session will give you the combination of these benefits and the stress-relieving relaxation offered by massage therapy.
- Learn about spirituality and mindfulness: Being present in the moment is an example of mindfulness. Regular lingam massages are a great way to develop a mindfulness practice if you are a spiritual person.
This type of tantric massage is not only for people with penises. A Yoni Massage is a massage that focuses on sensually exploring your vulva and vagina as well as other related areas. Both types of massage therapy have the potential to create a spiritual and sexual experience. Yoni massage has many of these same benefits.
The Final Thought
Lingam massage, a form of tantric massage therapy, combines sexuality with spirituality to create an intimate experience. You can perform a lingam massaging on your partner or yourself. The goal is to feel pleasure in an almost meditative state.
Regular practice of tantric techniques like yoni or lingam can improve your libido and reduce stress. It can also help you explore your sexuality in healthy ways.
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