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Too much massage? Is it ok to have 2 breast massage sessions close to each other?
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Hello!


It's obviously better to massage twice a day when possible but sometimes due to a tight schedule, I can't massage during the day. I'm sure many of you can relate! Sometimes I am free in the late afternoon/early evening so do you think it would be ok to massage in the early evening (say before dinner) and then again at night (right before sleeping)? Or is there such a thing as too much massage? 

I try to perform 300 Chi rotations and 300 Female Deer circles in one session. 

Also, I'm wondering if there is a reason as to why we should do 300 (or 360 some say) rotations? Would doing more be counter-effective? I do see some ladies here on the forum though mentioning that one should massage for half an hour or even an hour....personally, 600 rotations don't take so long so I guess, the more the better?? Any thoughts?
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(26-11-2016, 11:42 AM)bettie32 Wrote: Hello!


It's obviously better to massage twice a day when possible but sometimes due to a tight schedule, I can't massage during the day. I'm sure many of you can relate! Sometimes I am free in the late afternoon/early evening so do you think it would be ok to massage in the early evening (say before dinner) and then again at night (right before sleeping)? Or is there such a thing as too much massage? 

I try to perform 300 Chi rotations and 300 Female Deer circles in one session. 

Also, I'm wondering if there is a reason as to why we should do 300 (or 360 some say) rotations? Would doing more be counter-effective? I do see some ladies here on the forum though mentioning that one should massage for half an hour or even an hour....personally, 600 rotations don't take so long so I guess, the more the better?? Any thoughts?

bettie, the best rule is your own feeling, pay attention to how you feel after your massage, both for number of massage and the period between them.  Your body will let you know.  Also the general rule "moderation" never fails.
“Our doubts are traitors,
and make us lose the good we oft might win,
by fearing to attempt.” Shakespeare
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