NO. A full thai body massage doesn’t include private parts massage. If it does then that’s not a massage or you are at the wrong place. But who cares?

Now there is a difference of opinion as to whether private parts should be included or not. Let’s see the reasons.

Private parts massage: Is it a Taboo!

Full body massage means head to toe including everything. Not only private parts but a full body massage includes your hair, head, eyes, ears, and chin. Although it’s a total body massage from top to bottom still you will be kicked out of the massage room before time.

I got a complete top to a bottom massage once in a spa at Ghod Dod Road. The girl was remarkably a trained and professional massage therapist. Her hands were soft on my body and she really did a very good massage.

In fact, I was surprised to see that after back, front, leg, shoulders she was giving me a head massage. That was something out of the box. I won’t forget it. It was so relaxing that I fell into a deep sleep.

Let’s see what the internet thinks about private parts massage.

Quora on private parts massage

According to Julia Wilson, Certified Massage Therapist

As some have pointed out, different cultures and different countries have different regulations on such things and different “taboos” on that style of massage. This is true. However, in the U.S. it is unethical and illegal for a massage therapist to work on a client’s private parts (aka genitals).

If a massage therapist in the U.S. offers to give a massage of the genitals in any other case, then they are either ignoring the laws and ethical regulations of their profession, or they are not a licensed massage therapist at all.

The new york post on private parts massage

From deep tissue to hot stone, there isn’t much the massage industry has not offered. But the latest craze is for the most intimate treatment yet. The yoni massage is exclusively for women and focuses on a lady’s private parts.

But the treatment comes at a price – an hour-long session can cost up to £250 ($330). Here’s what happened when Nilufer Atik put her inhibitions aside to give the yoni massage a try:

Name a type of massage and the chances are I’ve tried it. For me, there’s nothing better than lying semi-comatose on a kitten-soft bed while a stranger pummels the giant knots from my back.

What is never OK during a massage? by SheKnows

If you are getting a massage for therapeutic or relaxing purposes, it is never acceptable for the therapist to touch the client’s genitals. That area is strictly off-limits.

In most cases, a woman’s breast tissue is also avoided during a massage. There is one exception to this, though: Getting a breast massage after a mastectomy.

But according to Agakian, before getting this type of treatment, the client needs a referral from a doctor and should ensure they are working with a therapist who has been trained in this specific type of massage.

Hunter also notes that whether it’s legal to involve breasts in a massage can depend on the state, but even in places where it’s acceptable, it still may require written consent from the client.

Moral of the story

You might feel weird but here in Surat, most massage centers provide private part massage services. And this comes straight from a professional massage therapist.

Even in the top and premium luxury spas, the massage therapist asks for extra money giving extra services to rich clients. That’s the reality everywhere.

Who cares!