Armpit Massage Techniques

Armpit Massage Techniques

There are several different techniques for armpit massage. The best approach is to start on the left side and work your way up to the heart and breast. Use your four fingers, and make sure that your thumb points towards the shoulder. This will help you to target all the important parts of the armpit. It is also important to use slow, even pressure so you do not cause any damage to the armpit.


Whether you're looking for a relaxing armpit massage or want to relieve muscle pain, an infraspinatus massage is a great option. The infraspinatus is a thin muscle between your skin and the shoulder blade. Its lateral edge is particularly prominent, and it's easy to feel this area. It's also easy to massage, and it will leave you with an immediate feeling of stretch.

Trigger points in the infraspinatus occur in three common locations. Two of these locations are close to the scapular spine and refer pain down the arm and over the biceps brachii. The third location is along the inside edge of the scapula. The pain here is sometimes mistaken for that of the lower trapezius muscle.

Perfect Spot No. 14

Perfect Spot No. 14 is not an obvious spot on the armpits. It is usually under the inner ridge of the shoulder blade. But it can be almost anywhere there. You can explore this spot with your thumb and fingertip. This spot is especially useful if you suffer from pain and stiffness in the shoulder.

This area is very complex and contains nerves, blood vessels, and lymph nodes. As a result, massage can be extremely therapeutic and relieve tension and aches in this area.

Lateral edge of infraspinatus

One part of the infraspinatus is the diagonal part. This tendon originates at the scapula and extends upward, eventually convergent at the greater tuberosity. The remaining portion of infraspinatus is thin and connects to the teres minor. This muscle is often used for armpit massage.

The infraspinatus is not a thick muscle and is best massaged by pinching this thin layer of muscle that lies between the skin and the bone. A particularly notable spot is the lateral edge of the infraspinatus, which is easily accessible. Its edge pushes across the shoulder blade and provides a feeling of stretch.

Trigger points

Trigger points are painful areas on the body. Trigger points mimic symptoms of other conditions and are often hard to detect. This phenomenon is documented in the literature on myofascial pain syndromes, particularly in a 1995 study entitled "Myofascial pain syndromes: The great mimicker."

Trigger points are pain points that cause aching, stiffness, and other uncomfortable sensations. Most of the time, trigger points are not very deep, but they can be extremely painful. These painful areas are often caused by tension in the soft tissues and can be easily irritated. The pain may be referred to another location, including the low back, gluteals, hamstrings, or even sciatica.