massage the duck with the cooled soy syrup inside and out and stuff cavity with reserved lime halves.
GWS and beau opted for the couples lemongrass body-wrap and massage.
I thought I could feel something, but it was hard to tell if it was residual tingling from the massage or magic on the path.
There was not time to open the chest and take the heart in his hands, so he had to massage on the surface.
He continued to roll my shoulders back and massage the muscles just below my collarbone.
The principal method of cure employed by the doctor is massage.
Don't forget the daily massage; it will work wonders in your appearance.
He diagnosed rheumatic knots on the muscles of the back, and prescribed a course of massage.
Automatically she gives him his bath, his massage, his run in the park.
massage and movement should be commenced early to prevent stiffness of the joint.
1874, from French massage "friction of kneading," from masser "to massage," possibly from Arabic massa "to touch, feel, handle;" if so, probably picked up in Egypt during the Napoleonic campaign there. Other possibility is that French got it in colonial India from Portuguese amassar "knead," a verb from Latin massa "mass, dough" (see mass (n.1)). Massage parlor first attested 1894, from the start a euphemism for "house of prostitution."
1874, from massage (n.). Related: Massaged; massaging.
massage mas·sage (mə-säzh' -säj')
The rubbing or kneading of parts of the body for therapeutic purposes. v. mas·saged, mas·sag·ing, mas·sag·es
To give a massage to.
To treat by means of a massage.