While most couples fondle the vagina as a foreplay technique, few make it the main course.
A vaginal massage can be an extremely pleasurable experience and it helps your intimate relationship. It releases emotional tensions and stress.
Vaginal Massage Techniques
Have her lie on her back and place a pillow under her hips. Her legs should be spread apart with knees slighlty bent and her genitals well exposed for the massage.
Start by lightly massaging the chest, arms, and hands. Then glide down to the legs. After finishing the fronts of the legs and feet, glide back up and slowly brush over the genitals, teasing them. This teasing can be prolonged by brushing the inner thighs near the genitals, very lightly touching the pubic region.
Pour a small quantity of oil or lubricant on the mound (mons pubis) of the vagina.
Start massaging gently the mound and outer lips of the vagina. Do not rush, go slowly.
Gently squeeze the outer labia (lip) between thumb and index finger and slide up and down the entire length of each lip. Similarly massage the inner labia of her vagina.
Ask if the pressure, speed and depth of the strokes are adequate, or if they need to be increased/decreased.
Gently stroke the clitoris with clockwise and counterclockwise circles.
Gently squeeze the clitoris between thumb and index finger. She will become very aroused at this point so encourage her to relax and breathe.
Slowly insert your middle finger into her vagina and gently explore and massage the inside of her vagina. Go slowly, be gentle and stroke up, down and sideways. Vary the pressure, speed and depth.
With your palm facing up, and middle finger inside her vagina, move your middle finger back and forth (like in a "come here" gesture). Also move your finger in circles and side to side. Take your time ...
You can also insert more than one finger depending on her flexibility and desire to be filled.
Try this: When you massage the clitoris, use your thumb in an up and down motion, while the rest of your hand massaging or resting on the mound.
If she has an orgasm, continue massaging if she wants. More orgasms may occur, each stronger in intensity. Keep massaging until she tells you to stop.
Tap dancing is another vaginal massage technique.
Place the palm of your hand on her mons pubis (the mound), and rest your fingers lightly on her vaginal lips. Rest your thumb on her thigh. Lightly but firmly press your palm onto her mons and begin to move your hand in a small circular motion. Your palm should not slide too much over her skin during this process. Rather, her skin should move underneath it.
Repeat this process until you have done ten circles.
Then raise your fingers and lightly tap her vaginal lips about once a second until you have given her ten taps. After giving the taps, rest your hand for five to ten seconds. Then repeat the whole routine over and over.
A vaginal massage not only helps prepare a woman's perineal tissue for childbirth, but it is also an effective way to treat sexual inhibitions or fear of sex. Giving your partner a vaginal massage is a very intimate experience that will bring you closer together. A woman can give herself a vaginal massage, but receiving a vaginal massage from her partner is much more rewarding. Follow the steps below to learn how to give your partner a great vaginal massage.