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Great question! The most important is that you are open to the experience and let go.  My naturist massage with soothing and therapeutic elements of relaxation, sensuality and arousal alongside my prostate gentle technique will bring you the most enjoyable experience there is. I strongly recommend to have a minimum of 90min session for the first time given its essential to form a connection, trust and fully relax prior to massaging your prostate.

If you worry about "accidents", from my experience, that is extremely rare. As long as you dont feel an urge to go for number two to the toilet, I can rest assure you that we will be fine. As any stool there might be in is above the prostate region. I use finger cot (mini condom) every time so that its all highly hygienic. I am as well very clean and I keep the studio impeccably clean.  I require that you are thoroughly showered  and clean as usually there is no place untouched (unless you specifically tell me to not go some place).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I use a comfortable Japanese futon which is something between a yoga mat and a mattress. It is also great if you like to incorporate a bit of deep and firm pressure as I can use my body weight to do this easily on the futon.  I recommend futon as it is great for sensual massage as well as prostate massage though if you prefer a massage table that is not a problem and please let me know in advance and I will set it up.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You comfortably lye on your back on the Japanese futon with your legs apart and resting on your therapist's legs. This tends to be the best position though everybody is different so if you like something different let me know :) 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yes, I use my middle finger as it is the longest one.  So far I have been able to reach every prostate. Some men have prostate positioned more up and some closer to the back door..

Finger tends to be the best to use, given its sensations and flexibility.  If you are prostate fan already and would like to try something new, you can always ask!  :)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Man's G-Spot massage is safe unless you have a late stage prostate cancer, acute prostatitis or painful, bleeding hemmorrhoids, in which case

 you would most probably not seek prostate massage but your urologist or other specialist. 

 

Re massage I trim my nails very short, use disposable finger cot and plenty of aloe vera lubricant. Prostate experience is very different from your regular digital rectal examination as both set and setting are like a night and day in comparison. Your session includes a beautiful, slow-paced, full body naturist sensual relaxing massage before we start gently stimulating your G-spot. 

 

 

 

I usually prefer to use a disposable latex finger cot (aka "mini condom") which suits perfect for this. However I also have latex-free, vinyl disposable gloves in case someone has latex allergy or simply prefers gloves. 

Both are effective and assure a safe and hygienic treatment. 

 

 

 

 

 

Yes, a nice modern, clean rain shower is awaiting you before and/or after your session. As well as a range of shower gels and a shampoo.  A fresh cotton or bamboo towel is ready for you. 

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