Some Blogs of recent months have included the theme of
touching. This may be a suitable time to cover some aspects of the theme again. Its also the basis of massage of course.
We likely have had to settle for alternatives such as a
nod or wink, or thumbs up, non-contact high fives, or even small bows, without
going as far as falling at a person’s feet! With massage hopefully resuming in
the near future we, and the masseur, will be able to experience the human touch
again. So that is also a two-way thing, while not forgetting those pets to
There can be warmth, sensitivity, and a range of hopefully pleasant emotions experienced in massage, as masseurs seek to do their best to meet individually tailored requirements – just what each person desires each session to be. Bear with the human touch ‘hunger’ a while more, with the anticipation of sensing touch again soon, whether as a new client, or as a returning client, who maybe says, ‘That’s all good stuff; I will have more of that, please!’
Whether massage or other treatments where touch is
necessary, to a greater or lesser extent, the experience of it can be
beneficial, if you are a ‘touchy-feely’ person or not. Plan a visit for a massage when
‘normal’ or a ‘new normal’ comes to pass.