Psychetruth shows you how to give a massage. Start out by using any kind of oil, not to much, just enough to create slip. Take your thumbs and run down the spine. Feel if there are any points that need to be massaged longer. Move up to shoulder and work the mussels in that are
So now I'm going to be showing you how to work with the glutes, the buttocks, and the hips with a deep tissue massage. So go ahead and place your hand right underneath the ankle for support, and you're going to be going up and accessing those glutes. Your hand's basically going to fall right into that groove. And you can even do some motion with the leg, and allow your knuckles to fall right into that glute. When you move the leg like this, it's doing some of the work for you because you're able to access muscles in there in the origins and insertions that you normally wouldn't.
For as much as our butts do for us, we certainly don't give them much credit. We blame them for being too big, too slow, too droopy and even too noisy. But without our buttocks, we'd be in trouble. Give your loved one a buttocks massage using these steps--and if you're lucky you might just get one in return. Include the buttocks in a full-body massage that starts with the neck and shoulders, continues down the back and then reaches the buttocks and legs, if you have the time.
Need to release all the credit card bill—induced tension in your shoulders? Whether you have seriously awful posture or just went a liiiittle too hard on squats, keep the following self-massage tips bookmarked so you can show your muscles some love without dropping a ton of money. In addition to stretching and weakening your butt muscles and hamstrings, sitting also shortens your hip flexors—especially your psoas muscles aka main hip flexor muscles , explains Sophia Burdett, licensed massage therapist and owner of Sophia Burdett Therapeutic Massage. From there, dig in deeper by foam rolling your lower back.