History of massage
Since ancient times, mankind has known about the healing properties of massage, which is a way to treat and prevent various diseases. With the help of various physical effects on human skin and muscles, our ancestors treated sick people, put them on their feet, and brought them back to life. People who lived in Southeast Asia used a special method of erotic massage. They smeared their bodies with a healing mixture, the recipe for which has not survived to this day, and, closely clinging to each other, rubbed their bodies. Similarly, therapeutic measures were carried out in the temples of Isis by young priestesses using glan and Nile silt. Firstly, the composition of the clay has a beneficial effect on the color and elasticity of the skin, and secondly, plastic movements very quickly excite both partners and open up a new facet of sexual relations. In addition to therapeutic and prophylactic effects, massage is able to calm the nervous system, relieve physical stress accumulated during the day.
We can safely assume that people have been doing erotic massage for a very long time, but then it was perceived as a natural manifestation of feelings, or, in other words, as a prelude to having sex. This tradition is also relevant in the modern world, except that today we know not only about the pleasures that erotic massage Lviv brings, but also about its healing functions.
Ancient people, who did not have a sufficient stock of knowledge, nevertheless paid great attention to massage and considered it the most effective way of healing. As for the actual erotic massage, its origin goes back to ancient times. The sexual instinct is inherent in a person, and his physical attraction to the opposite sex, both then and now, is considered to be a completely natural and natural phenomenon.
Having appeared at the dawn of human history as the first remedy in the fight against all kinds of ailments, erotic massage has become an integral part of human culture throughout all subsequent centuries.
It is known that erotic massage and erotic massage salon were used by the primitive tribes of South Africa. Assyrians, Persians, Egyptians and other peoples of antiquity were familiar with massage. Massage was well known in Abyssinia, Libya, Nubia, neighboring Egypt, as early as twelve to fifteen centuries BC. This is convincingly evidenced by the images of various massage techniques on papyri and alabaster reliefs that adorned the palaces of ancient kings. A bas-relief of alabaster belonging to the Assyrian king Sanherib (861-705 BC) depicting a masseur and being massaged has been preserved.
In the ancient world, according to the Greek historian Herodotus of Halicarnassus (c. 484-425 BC), the Egyptians were considered the “inventors” of medicine, especially preventive medicine, including this judgment also applied to the emergence of massage. A papyrus with images of massage techniques has survived to our time. It was found in 1841 during the excavation of the tomb of an Egyptian commander. One of these images looks like an illustration in a modern textbook, clearly showing the typical movements of a massage therapist, such as a knee joint massage, a foot and ankle massage, a couples massage on the back – tapping and, finally, a self-massage of the shoulder. Looking at these drawings depicting classic massage techniques, there is reason to believe that the Egyptians used massage as a means of caring for the body and combating fatigue after long walks. The Egyptians also knew about the beneficial effects of massage on blood circulation.