How to give a Face Massage with Feet
To massage the face using the feet is unusual and does require dexterity and flexibility of the foot, hip, knee and toe.
The face holds a lot of tension and giving a face massage is a particularly pleasurable experience. Some people have an aversion to feet so this is not for them, some have a foot fetish and they might find this a very sensual experience, most people will just find it relaxing.
Make sure the feet are clean, smooth and the toe nails are short. Moisturise the feet so they will move over the face easily.
The face is a delicate part of the body it is possible to use two feet at a time if you have very strong abdominal and quadriceps muscles but I would not advise it for safety reasons.
For face massage using feet I will describe each movement, repeat as required and change feet after completing the routine on one side of the face or after each action, depending on your abilities and the receiver’s feedback.
Put the right foot to the side of the receivers head, touching the head and supporting it, this prevents the head from moving.
Use the same technique and work outwards towards the temple. When you feel the temple indentation use the toe pad in a circular motion or the side of the toe using a cycling action to give a sensation of rotation. The side of the ball of the foot can also be used here.
From the temple, depending on the flexibility of the hips, turn the knees outwards and use the flat underside of the toe to continue the circular rotational movement down along the jawbone to the chin. If this is difficult use the side of the toe.
Move the toe back to the eyebrow starting from the bridge of the nose and work along the eye brow out to the corner of the eye, gently pressing just under the bone. Do not pull the skin. Use the same technique this time working carefully around the eye socket under the eyes.
Place the big toe at the side of the nose and gently press slowly out under the cheek bone finishing at the ear with rotational movements to finish.
Use both feet in a cupping hold, place at each side of the head with the instep of the foot over the ears and glide slowly down, turning the feet to rest the instep on the shoulders of the receiver, let them rest there for a couple of seconds and then remove.
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