The science behind massage therapy and why it’s essential for a happy, healthy life

The majority of us get a massage as a way of relaxing because it feels so great and helps you unwind after a long day at work. Or we might go because we have some muscle strain or physical discomfort that needs fixing. Maybe we have lower back ache from sitting upright in front of a computer all day. Perhaps we have hamstring ache from working a little too hard at the gym. Either way, when we have bodily aches and strains, massage can be a delicious treat that can soothe these pains.

Massage can also be helpful and surprisingly effective in treating a variety of psychological issues such as depression, insomnia, post-traumatic stress and attention deficit hyperactivity. And that’s only a few of them. After a massage, we usually feel relieved, lifted and have a more positive outlook on life.

It doesn’t come as a surprise that massage has a positive effect on mental health. If we think about it, the body and mind are quite closely connected. There are many parts of our body which we do not have direct, conscious access to. Many parts of us, for example emotions and intentions, can be revealed by posture. Muscle contracts and flexibility can represent the defensive armour we use to protect ourselves from the struggles of the outside word. For example, someone with depression or insecurities might tense up and retract their bodies inwards in order to ‘protect’ themselves.

The massage therapist is someone who can witness our building stresses and anxieties, and help unblock the channels that are clogged up and preventing us from properly breathing in life. The massage techniques help to soothe our feelings of angst and wash away any negative emotions that are stopping us from truly connecting with our bodies and feeling joy.

But why does a massage feel so good and is it really necessary for a happy life?

Massage is well-known for its relaxing, therapeutic benefits. This has been attributed the way massage manually manipulates the body and touch being such a comforting and pleasurable sensation. This leads to instinctive release of endorphins and mood-boosting hormones such as serotonin and dopamine. Massage is also thought to stimulate the activity of pain blockers and reduce the feelings that are associated with chronic pain. Researchers at the University of Maryland found that massage can actually relieve depression in people who are suffering from chronic illnesses such as cancer and fibromyalgia.

A massage is about awareness. A therapist only needs to examine a client’s muscles in order to gain an understanding of their physiology and psychology. Everyone’s bodies are different. Some people might have muscles that are more hardened and less penetrable. According to Stephen Salter, a therapist and contributor for Good Therapy, a hardened crop of back muscles can act like a force field – it’s more difficult for the therapist to reach the deeper levels of muscle and connective tissue.

Surprisingly, this ‘force field’ can be as psychological as it can be physical. Physical is more straight forward – it’s the body’s way of protecting against injuries particularly if there’s a strain in the area the masseuse is about to work on. Psychologically, boundaries may represent a general sense of distrust or apprehensiveness when it comes to letting other people in.

A masseuse can work to slowly lower the boundaries even if the client isn’t aware that they have them up. The massage therapist can gently bring these thoughts up to the surface, encouraging ‘breathing into it’, so the client can choose to slowly release them. When one learns to release their unnecessary armour, they can begin to develop deeper trust and bonds with other people. Salter wrote in a post on Good Therapy: “Every point of contact on the body is an opportunity for self-awareness. Psychological healing occurs when we sink into the reality of our bodies.”

The modern era is very technologically-focused and reliant. We can be in touch with anyone we want to with just a few taps on a touch screen. But it’s somewhat of a paradox – although we can communicate with a greater amount of people at the same time, we can feel more isolated and alone than ever. Because the majority of this communication happens online, our minds and bodies receive less physical and emotional stimulation. This leads to feelings of loneliness, coldness and dissociation. You need a healing, nurturing touch that reaches into your physical and emotional psyche. And a massage provides exactly that.

A 2010 examination conducted by the College of Nursing at the University of Arkansas found that massage promoted relaxation in older people. Based on theories that massage was once used to relieve pain, anxiety and insomnia, 21 studies about massage were examined. Participants received a three minute slow stroke back massage or a 10 minute hand massage. It was found relaxation levels were significantly boosted.

The Arkansas study isn’t alone. A Japanese study investigated aromatherapy massage and its effects on anxiety levels and the immune system. White blood cell counts were monitored and anxiety was assessed using questionnaires (State–Trait Anxiety Inventory (STAI) questionnaire and the Self-rating Depression Scale (SDS)). Levels of white blood cells and anxiety were significantly increased and decreased, respectively. This is just some of the scientific evidence that backs why massage therapy contributes towards a happy, healthy life.

In his exploration of massage therapy and the psychology behind it, Salter discussed depression. He said that depression is when one becomes estranged from a caring world. Massage is a way of reversing this by helping people to realise that they are cared about.

Salter wrote: “Your body may begin to realize that you don’t have to tense up so much when work gets stressful. If depression is the expectation that you will not receive the connection and nurture that you need, a massage can rattle the rigid sense of isolation. Rigidity then dissolves. It liquefies into the stream of life.”

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Nine penis facts you probably didn’t know

Penises – our pride and joy and usually the most enjoyable part of our body. Despite how much we value our manhood, there’s a lot we don’t know about willies around the world. So here are some penis facts from the weird, the wonderful to the downright whacky!

Thought you had a big penis?

Of course, the first thing you’ll want to know is the world record for the world’s largest penis, and trust us, we have the facts! A man from New York measured in at a staggering 13.5 inches long. To give you some perspective that is longer than a 30cm ruler and is one 15th the size of a giraffe! Long eh?

And for the smallest?

Mike Carson, from Miami holds the title for world’s littlest fully functioning willy at a jaw-dropping 1/16th of an inch. Carson told Empire news: “For a long time, I was very embarrassed by my penis, but now, I pretty much just go with it,” He added: “I’m 29 now, and I’ve had girls come up to me and say they ‘just have to try it out,’ so I can’t even tell you how many women I’ve been with because of it.” Go on, son!

Is your penis normal?

The world’s average size for an erect penis comes in 5.16 inches, while most women hoping to find a partner who are 6.3 inches. Men of The Republic of Congo hold the title for having the biggest penises at just over seven inches. No need to be jealous guys!

Multiple erections can happen during your sleep!

Many men can have up to three to five erections during one night’s sleep and can be stimulated by their mood, dreams and room temperature. That’s most men spending up to four hours a night with an erect willy. Blimey guys!

Erections aren’t just for adults!

Studies have proven foetuses in the womb can get erections and have since been detected by ultrasounds. They start early, eh?!

And corpses can get erections too!

An erection after death is a thing and is often referred to as angel lust. Though it’s not understood why angel lust happens, there is a correlation with corpses and erections when blood vessels are majorly damaged.

Some men have more than one willy

Though very rare, some men are born with two penises! The condition is called diphallia and happens to one in 5.5 million Americans, with scientists unable to pin point the exact cause. The functionality of the penises entirely depends on the individual. Some are fully working and normal sized, while others are malformed and struggle to ejaculate and urinate.

Men can have penis transplants!

As of 2017, three men around the world have undergone penis transplantation. The first procedure in China in 2006 resulted in the patient having his surgery reversed because he struggled to cope with the physiological trauma. But since, the other two men have been happy with their fully functioning new penises.

And finally, some men can give themselves blowjobs!

Maybe surprisingly, one in 1000 men are flexibly able to pleasure themselves orally. Speechless? I think we’ll stop there!

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Reasons why a four hands massage can nurse your January blues

Christmas is over, the New Year’s celebrations have come to an end, the healthy eating has started and you’ve probably returned to work staring at a computer screen in dismay. January really isn’t a good month, is it? New Year blues is a thing and is something we need to start addressing, so it’s a good job we have a solution! Ever considered a four hands massage?

What is four hands?

Four hands massage is a carefully crafted oriental style which oozes you into a seventh heaven as soon as the treatment begins. But what makes it different to popular sought massage styles? Well, the clue is in the name. Instead of one masseuse working their tantalising magic on your naked body, four hands means you’ll be sensually rubbed down with the helping hand of two. Typically, the two masseuses work in collaboration, with each individually concentrating on the left or right side of your body to perform a synchronised routine. Believe me boys – this is guaranteed to drive all your senses wild. As well as entering your body and mind into a serenity of relaxation.

Alternatively, you can request the therapists to work on specific areas depending on what you feel needs to be worked on, instead of performing the strokes in unison. For example, if you have a build-up of tension in your shoulders then one masseuse can use petrissage (kneading sensations) to unleash the stress. This is while the other therapist concentrates on a completely different area, whether this being your legs, back or somewhere more intimate if you have a taste for something deliciously daring.

Four hands massage really does captivate the essence of pleasure, but just how does it nurse your January blues?

Eases aches and pains

Aches and pains are rife in January. Whether you’ve developed a bad posture from venturing out in the cold weather, lost touch with your sleeping pattern after Christmas partying or are feeling stressed out about returning to work – you’re probably feeling achey! The good thing about four hands massage can make the pain subside. Simply specify to the therapist the areas you are troubled with, so they can pay attention to them and encourages a rush of endorphins. Endorphins have proven have similar effects to paracetamol, as they mask the pain signals from reaching the central nervous system. The beauty of four hands massage is that it isn’t limited to one problem area, meaning the masseuses can tackle aches and pains in multiple places.

Boosts your immune system

So you might have escaped the January aches, pains and colds for time being – but maybe it could become onset in the near future! The good news is that a one hour massage has proven to boost lymphocytes. Lymphocytes are white blood cells which help protect the body against disease. Even better, that with the helping hand of two masseuses, double the white blood cells are boosted – meaning you’ve got the double the chance of not becoming ill.

Gives you a better outlook to the New Year

With all the festivities over, you’re likely to feel low when embarking into the New Year. Not only does four hands massage give you something AMAZING to look forward (which will ultimately lift your mood) but it also has lasting mood effects, due to its cocktail of ‘feel good’ hormones it helps to release. By working in unison and using super soothing and sensational strokes, the therapists are able to boost serotonin and prolactin, which helps to stabilise the mood and erase any negative thoughts. Oxytocin is also released which is often nicknamed the body’s ‘love’ hormone, as stimulates intense pleasure and happiness, as well as encouraging the formation of bonds. So if you’ve been grouchy this January then a four hands massage can really help you snap out of it.

What four hands massage should I opt for?

The best thing about four hands massage is that there are a range of different styles to choose from which each nurse your January blues. Whether you fancy a subtly tame, but soothingly euphoric tantric massage or a wet ‘n’ wild nuru experience then our highly-trained therapists have it covered. It should be noted that you can also opt for the four hands full service package, which is guaranteed to fulfil all of your wildest fantasies. Who said you have to wait until Christmas to treat yourself?

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How a happy ending massage can help with IBS and constipation

It’s estimated that one in five people in the UK suffer from digestive problems such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and constipation. Digestive problems are very common but luckily can be fixed with a few simple lifestyle changes and pharmaceutical remedies. Some conditions such as IBS are long-term issues, often lifelong, with symptoms that can be quite uncomfortable and distressing.

Irritable bowel syndrome is a common condition that usually develops between the ages of 20 and 20. Women are more susceptible to it, with twice as many suffering it than men. IBS can cause spells of stomach cramps, bloating, diarrhoea and constipation. Symptoms can vary from person to person and some may experience it more severely than others. IBS usually comes in waves, coming and going in periods that may last as short as a few hours to a few months at a time. Going to the toilet usually relieves some of the painful symptoms.

It’s not known what causes IBS, but experts seem to think that stress and certain foods play a role in triggering it. Some people’s intestines are less efficient in digesting food and because food passes through too slowly quickly, they feel pain. The symptoms of IBS include:

  • Abdominal pain
  • Diarrhoea
  • Constipation
  • Bloating
  • Flatulence
  • Feeling an urgent need to go to the toilet
  • Feeling as though you haven’t fully emptied your bowels
  • Passing mucus from your bottom
  • Lethargy (lack of energy)
  • Nausea
  • Backache
  • Bladder problems (e.g. difficulty in fully empting bladder or experiencing an urgent need to urinate)
  • Pain during sex
  • Incontinence

As for constipation, this condition is more common and more easily treated than IBS. Constipation can affect a variety of ages, from babies to adults. An estimated one in every seven adults and one in three children suffer from constipation at any one time. Like IBS, the condition affects twice as many women than men. It’s more common during pregnancy.

It’s difficult to identify the precise cause of constipation, but experts say a number of factors contribute. Not enough fibre, changes in eating habits, ignoring the urge to go to the toilet and not drinking enough fluids can cause constipation. Anxiety, depression and certain medications can also play a role.

Normal bowel habits vary from person to person. While medical experts recommend every day is normal, some may go multiple times a day while others go every other day. Everyone is different. However, if you are passing stool less frequently than you normally do or it’s become more difficult to do so, you may be constipated. The symptoms include:

  • Difficulty in passing stool
  • Feeling unable to completely empty your bowels
  • Dry, hard and/or lumpy stool
  • Abnormally large or small stool
  • Stomach ache and cramps
  • Bloating
  • Nausea
  • Loss of appetite

IBS and constipation can be treated with a few lifestyle changes. Diet plays a large role. For example, with IBS, you should try to identify the foods or drinks that seem to trigger your symptoms, and then try to avoid them. As for constipation, eating more fibre and drinking more water may help. As well as dietary changes, exercise and massage therapy are thought to help digestive issues.

For a cure that targets the symptoms of digestive problems more ‘actively’, massage therapy is a recommended treatment. There are specific massage movements and techniques that can physically ‘push’ substances through your body’s various channels. From blood and oxygen through the vessels to waste products in the intestines, massage can help boost stagnant flow of products through the body.

Massage therapy is known to improve the function of various bodily systems including the circulatory, lymphatic, immune and digestive systems. Where does the happy ending massage come in? Well, the ‘happy ending’ massage is a massage session that typically ends in an orgasmic release, whether that be by hand, mouth or something extra. While this might sound more pleasurable than therapeutic or medicinal, orgasmic releases are about more than just sex.

IBS is thought to be triggered by stress. Orgasms are basically the opposite of stress. When have you ever had an orgasm and thought about work, your troubled relationship or past? Exactly. Your mind goes gloriously blank for those precious five seconds (longer if you’re one of the lucky ones). Even after an orgasm, you lie there, blinking and staring blissfully up at the ceiling.

A happy ending massage promotes all the benefits of a normal massage, but with an additional pleasurable benefit. As previously mentioned, pleasure is the opposite to stress and a natural way of combatting it. When you experience an orgasm, your body releases a cocktail of feel-good hormones into your bloodstream. The mixture includes oxytocin, prolactin and serotonin which can improve and stabilise mood, reduce anxiety and relax the mind. Serotonin is particularly known for being the ‘happy’ hormone. It’s a key component in anti-depressants and is the body’s natural mood-enhancing chemical. As a happy ending massage promotes the release of endorphins, it’s an all-natural, medication-free way to reduce stress and anxiety.

To experience the worldly, versatile benefits of a happy ending massage, try our erotic Asian massage service! Available for incall and outcall appointments to clients in central and Greater London, the service is highly customisable. Whatever your specific needs and requirements are, our therapists will endeavour to tend to. Call or send an email to secure your booking! More information about happy ending massage London here – http://www.happy-massage.co.uk/happy-ending-service/

How to make the most out of your tantric massage in Park Lane

Have you ever heard of tantric massage? Made somewhat famous by Sting who once admitted to Q Magazine he practised seven hour tantric sex sessions, tantric massage is an ancient Indian therapy. Dating as far back as 5AD, tantra was practised by monks to keep a clear mind and body free from negative energies, which may trigger illness. Tantric massage evolved as the physical branch of tantra meant to actively stimulate the body and its energies as opposed to emotionally coaxing them.

Many people leave tantric massage sessions feeling rejuvenated and invigorated right down to their soul. A tantric massage has the ability to reach into a person’s soul, right down to the deepest, darkest depths, and help them release any pent-up tensions that they may not have even known they had.

For people who struggle with intimacy, a tantric massage session might help them become more open to receiving affection. A tantric massage usually starts with meditation and focusing on just the body and how it’s working. The masseuse will sit with you, eyes closed and taking deep breaths. Once you’re relaxed, physically and mentally, the masseuse will ask you to take your clothes off and lie back. A tantric massage is best experienced naked. If you want to be more modest or you’re self-conscious, you can keep your underwear on. But it’s important to realise that tantra and its mystical benefits cannot be properly benefitted from with clothes on.

Why do you have to be naked during a tantric massage?

Tantra is about embracing your inner emotions and beliefs in order to realise new potentials and uncover hidden sensations. A tantric massage is often described as a spiritual experience. According to practitioners, it’s very difficult to truly release emotions and go on a spiritual cleanse if you’re weighed down with clothes.

Whether you choose to believe this or not, tantric massage also focuses on promoting skin on skin contact. You can’t deny that touch is very comforting, regardless of how touch-phobic you might be. This is how the massage can help people who battle with intimacy issues – the masseuse will slowly build up the level of contact until you’re totally comfortable and able to fully enjoy the pleasures of touch.

Tantric massage can also be useful for people suffering from sexual problems such as erectile dysfunction, performance anxiety, orgasmic issues and struggling to become aroused. Tantra and its intimate touch are very pleasurable, especially when it’s built up notch by notch. A tantric masseuse can slowly tease you, bringing you back and forth from the edge of an orgasm multiple times. This is particularly helpful for people who are suffering from premature ejaculation and performance anxiety.

How to reap the benefits of tantric massage

If you want to truly experience the full spectrum of benefits, keep these tips in mind:

  • Have a shower or bath before and after the massage, preferably shared with the masseuse. Why? Hot water helps to relax you and prepares your tight muscles for the massage. Sharing it with the masseuse builds your emotional connection before the session has begun, meaning that you will be more receptive to her touch.
  • Pair it with a soapy massage. The soapy massage is an exotic Japanese style that involves the masseuse covering your naked body in soap, rubbing it so it forms a lather and smoothing it all over your nooks and crannies. It’s particularly incredible for forming the sexual chemistry that will help later on in the tantric session.
  • Stay hydrated after the massage. Massage stimulates your body’s functions so you produce more waste products than normal. Drink plenty of water after the session so the fluids can flush the excess metabolic waste and toxins from your body.
  • Stay rested. Don’t do anything that might be considered stressful. Stay mindful and do relaxing activities so you don’t reverse the tranquil benefits of the massage.

The best hotels to stay in Park Lane

Pair your tantric massage with a luxury hotel. Here are three of our client favourites:

45 Park Lane – Dorchester Collection
Rooms from £621 a night
Average customer rating on Booking.com: 9.3/10

The Beaumont
Rooms from £421 a night
Average customer rating on Booking.com: 9.5/10

The Connaught
Rooms from £420 a night
Average customer rating on Booking.com: 9.3/10

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A-Z reasons why massage therapy is good for you

An improved immune system

Burns calories

Cortisol, the body’s “stress hormone” is reduced

Decreases migraines and headaches

Eases the symptoms of mental illness, including depression and anxiety

Flexibility is improved

Greatly eases muscle tension

Helps older people achieve a greater range of motion and balance

Increases endorphins, the body’s natural painkillers

Joint mobility is enhanced

Knowledge of your body’s limits is better understood

Lowers blood pressure

Massage feels damn good

Nausea for migraine and cancer sufferers is reduced

Oxygen and blood circulation is improved

Pregnancy symptoms including morning sickness and tiredness are relieved

Quality of life is enhanced

Recovery from injury and illness is stimulated

Serotonin, the body’s “feel good” hormone is released

Temper is improved, especially for dementia sufferers

Unwinds the body and mind

Very effective for relieving stress

Warms up the muscles for exercise

Xtremely therapeutic, say no more!

Your aches and pains subside

Zzzzz, sleeping problems including insomnia and fatigue are relieved

 

 
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3 reasons why getting a Happy Ending massage can mend your broken heart

 

If there’s one thing we all have in common, it’s that we’ve all been through a break-up. We all know what it feels like to live with a broken heart- if you can class it as ‘living’, that is. They’re painful in every sense of the word, and are all consuming like a terminal illness with no end in sight. It’s true what they say: time is the biggest healer, but how are we meant to cope in the meantime? How can we speed up the process and minimise the damage as much as possible? Obviously, the internet has the answer; or several, for that matter. There are plenty of useful actions, techniques and activities out there that could help to piece together your shattered soul little by little. Exercising, Yoga, keeping a diary, filling your house with flowers, wearing bright clothes, taking up a hobby; the list is endless. However, not everyone possesses that ‘get up and go’ attitude. Not everyone has their head above water. So, the real question is: how do you get over a broken heart with doing next to nothing? Believe it or not, we may have a solution; as unconventional as it may be.

Get a Happy Ending massage; and get one as soon as possible. This may seem a little out-there, but here me out. There is logic behind the madness. Happy Ending massage is fenced by a sea of negative stigmas; but the reality is far from that. Happy Ending massage isn’t sleazy or illegal, it is an ancient ritual designed for holistic well-being. Happy Ending massage is healing in more ways than one, and it could be thread you’ve been looking for to sew up your wounded ego. Don’t believe us? Well, here are 5 reasons why Happy Ending massage could help to resuscitate your lifeless heart:

Happy ending massage teaches mindfulness

Lost already? Don’t worry; you’re not the only person who’s never stumbled across this phrase before. Essentially, mindfulness is the awareness of one’s self and one’s thoughts, and how these can impact our emotions. Professor Mark Williams, Oxford Mindfulness Centre’s former director said that mindfulness is knowing exactly what is going on inside of ourselves. He said:

“It’s easy to stop noticing the world around us and it’s easy to lose touch with the way our bodies are feeling. We end up living in our own heads and get caught up with our thoughts, without realising how much they drive or behaviour and emptions.”

To summarise, mindfulness is the ability to have power over your emotions. It is a way of controlling negative thoughts and not allowing them to control our lives. Happy Ending massages teach mindfulness, because they force people to open up their souls- revealing both positive and negative chakras (energies). Happy ending masseuses teach their client’s how to control their breathing, and show them how to become aware. Being fully aware of one’s emotions makes managing those feeling’s easier- thus allowing us to banish negative ones. If you’re going through a break up, achieving mindfulness might just be what you need to ‘let go’ of your relationship, and to begin the next chapter of your life. After all, you’ll never move on if you’re holding onto the past.

Happy ending lingam massage is unbelievably relaxing

Truly switching off and relaxing is almost impossible during times of turmoil. Mental pain is relentless and unforgiving, and infects the mind like a parasite. To be honest, finding the time to relax during normal day-to-day life is hard enough, so how are we expected to do so when emotions are running twice as high? One of the main selling features of a Happy Ending massage is its unparalleled way of relaxing participants. Happy Ending masseuses combine expert technique and special breathing techniques to descend subjects into euphoric states of relaxation. Unlike mindfulness, relaxation has the opposite destination. It does not make you aware of your conscious feelings; rather, it accessing the unconscious.  The unconscious is an area of the mind that represses harmful memories and emotions. Although these are not consciously recognised, they are there- and they do impact our emotions. Relaxation unearths unconscious emotions and exterminates the weed at the root. Relaxation allows people to tackle and overcome their biggest fears; but without realising it! Perhaps your breakup isn’t the only problem bogging you down. Perhaps it goes a little deeper than that. Get a Happy Ending massage and find out what stopping you from moving forward.

 

They will boost your confidence

Feeling like crap after a break-up is natural. No matter how amicable your split may have been, it’s always a knock to the ego- period. Overcoming a broken heart is like a journey of self-discovery, one that relies on re-discovering a sense of confidence. No, before you start- we do not mean the confidence to hit on women in a bar. We mean the confidence of self-worth. Although Happy Ending massages are stereotypically sleazy, they’re actually great for a confidence boost. Happy Ending masseuses don’t just dive in to the dirty right away- they teach their clients how to love their bodies and themselves as a whole. Every touch, every stoke and every caress is intimate and loving and gives people the chance to feel happy once again. Unbeknown to most, experiencing an orgasm is imperative for our health, both mentally and physically. Yes, Happy Ending massages are sexual in nature, but why is that a bad thing? Experiencing pleasure encourages the release of hormones in the body, such as Serotonin and Oxytocin which naturally make us feel happier. Orgasms strengthen the immune system, those making us less susceptible illness, and making us feel more energetic. Happy Ending massages are a modern day medicine for the mind- body and soul- so why not give it a try and see if it works for you?

Ultimately, you’re going to overcome your heart break in a way that you know best. However, don’t beat yourself up- and don’t dwell on the past. Treat yourself to a Happy Ending massage, even if it is just to ‘let your hair down’. It might be just what you need to kick-start your post-break-up recovery.

So, if you think getting a Happy Ending lingam massage in London by an expert is just what you need, then call us on 07818115239 and visit http://www.happy-massage.co.uk/lingam-service/