Working on the Upper Chest in order to move to the Breast

19 Feb 2024

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Predatory massage therapists will often suggest to a female client that working on the pectoral muscles in the upper chest would be beneficial.


Then, after a short while, the therapist works his way down from the upper chest to assault the woman’s breasts. They often do this by bringing their hands under the drape.


When working on the pectoral muscles, the drape is lowered slightly and tucked under the body with the palm down. The pectoral muscles can be massaged appropriately, working not more than one or two inches below the collarbone.

The point is that therapists are trained to work on the pectoral muscles while avoiding breast tissue.