With the advent of registration, commercialisation and developing political correctness
within the massage industry
the female breasts have been omitted in many massage school curriculum's. The USA is the leading protagonist against
breast massage as it seems that unfortunately a large number of Americans view the breasts
purely as sexual organs.
The female breasts are designed to produce the milk needed to sustain children in the first years of life and have
nothing to do with sexuality although during foreplay and intercourse they may become more sensitive, but so do
many other parts of the body.
The female breasts are made up of fatty tissue, milk producing glands, lymphatic ducts and nodes which
benefit greatly from being massaged. The breasts of Western women are are more susceptible to breast cancer than women in developing
cultures as they do not breast feed to the same extent and their breasts are confined to a restrictive brassier
for a greater part of their lives.
It is a widely held opinion with some excellent supporting evidence (see
Dressed To Kill) that the confinement of
the breasts causes a stagnation of fluids within the breasts which provides the opportunity for cancer to develop
and research suggest that regular breast massage helps to prevent and assist
recovery from cancers, see massage facts.
As few Western women are prepared to abandon their bras, massage may be the only solution for them to
not only help prevent breast cancer, but to maintain breast health and shape.
Breast enhancement massage, a discovery made in the 1960's has found that
massage can be used not only to maintain the health and shape of the breasts,
but massage can also be used to to
improve the breast shape and size.
For general health, self massage is something that women
can do for themselves as outlined in the short video below and breast massage
may be included as a normal part of
any clinical massage treatment with the clients permission although massage to
the nipples should generally be avoided.
Massage of the breasts is an important element of any massage
treatment that on the basis of all evidence will help to keep breasts healthy,
and the massage demonstrated below can be done privately in the shower and is best performed with a little massage oil, or some soap
while showering. The whole procedure takes from thirty seconds or more per breast.
that every woman should know
from the Family GP
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