The perfect holiday gift for your lover: A massage table! Its many benefits include relaxation, stress and pain relief, sensual pleasure, and perhaps a sexy romp. Give your lover this heartfelt gift and make this your most memorable holiday season yet!
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Loving Massage is most enjoyable when you set an intention before beginning and stay present while doing it. Seniors can use Loving Massage to relieve pain and stress, as well as foreplay which leads to profound intimacy and amazing sex.
The first step in giving a great Loving Massage is performing a ritual that creates intimacy and separates your time together from everything else. The ritual creates a safe container that allows you both to feel relaxed, loving, and generous with each other.
Loving Massage is strong medicine for seniors because it improves our overall health. Equally important, it brings couples closer while creating the mood for sex. In short, Loving Massage makes great foreplay.
I know from both personal experience and professional study that people are capable of having great sex after 60. I'm convinced we have the potential to thrive as we age when we focus on love and intimacy instead of physical decline, illness and death.
What makes senior sex so satisfying is the pressure to perform is off. It’s no longer about racing toward orgasm as much as it’s about being present with your partner. Being totally tuned into your lover and exploring together what turns each other on is really sexy.
Touch and loving sex are just what we need to stay healthy as we age. In fact, the older we get, the more we need to be touched. Because humans are hard-wired to be touched often, we actually feel younger and are healthier when we incorporate sensual touch and loving sex into our lives.
It’s time to rethink our cultural belief that old people aren't sexual. And if they are, it’s disgusting, embarrassing, and shameful. First of all, this belief is a throwback to earlier times when women didn't have the pill, and Viagra was only wishful thinking.
I’m in my 70s now and just can’t ignore the fact I’m getting older. Like most folks, I dreaded aging and thought growing old was the end of the line—game over, pack it up and go home. . . and wait patiently for the inevitable. But now that I’m here, I’m having the time of my life. Here's why.