I will defer to our colleague the Rochdull lad who in another post has nicely defined the Nuru massage technique, indicating that properly done it involves body-to-body sliding contact using some exotic Japanese seaweed extract. Another poster suggests (tongue in cheek I hope) that it is just wallpaper paste.
While the body-to-body sliding technique is correct for part of a Thai soapy (Mr Redcab I am sure you can give more details) soap lather is used rather that some exotic gunge, and in addition the lady will use her pubes (etc) to apply massage pressures in appropriate places. Yes, I have been to Thailand and experienced the procedures.
There are a few establishments in UK where a two-in-the-jacuzzi massage can be obtained (been to one this morning
) but I have not found one that also has the adjacent wet area with a mattress on which the soapy application and appropriate body pressures can be experienced. HOWEVER, me being inventive and discussing this with the lovely Thai ladies in my local place it is perfectly feasible for me to adapt the bathroom area around their double jacuzzi into an area for the air mattress. I need to tank the wall skirting and make a threshold bund to stop water splash running into the next room - but all perfectly feasible. We intend to give it a whirl.
The issue I posed is whether this feature/ facility would be of more general interest and at what level to pitch the cost. Current 1 hour session with part of that as double jacuzzi is £100 - and very nice too. Girls are really good. There will be some extra work for the girls eg cleaning the area up after so I think some modest extra cost is justified.
Your thoughts and comments will be appreciated