Massage is an important part of a man's physical health. Stress and daily wear and tear on a man's body cause pressure points to build up in joints and around muscles. You should massage a man's body on a weekly or twice-monthly basis in order to provide him with the tension relief he needs to keep his body healthy.
Lay your man flat on his stomach on a massage table or bed. Position yourself near him, so you have easy access to his back, legs, knees and arms. These are the spots on a man that typically need to most attention for massage.
Rub his back with the palms and fingers of your hands. Rub under and around his shoulder blades and ribs. Apply pressure with your arms and body onto his back muscles in order to loosen them.
Feel for any knots in his back. These are the pressure points that you will want to focus on most. When you find a knot, rub it gently with the palm of your hand. Slowly apply an increased amount of pressure to the knot, until you loosen the knot and it disappears. It could take 10 minutes or so to cause a knot to disappear.
Apply pressure to his legs in the same manner you did with his back. A typical point of tension for a man is the area on the back of the legs immediately above his knees. Rub gently and gradually increase the pressure you apply on this area. Massage his calves, thighs and feet in the same manner.
Ask him to roll over, so he is lying on his back. Ask him to tilt his head up, so there is space between the massage table or bed and his neck. Stand behind his head and place both hands under his neck. Apply a slight amount of pressure to the muscles in the back of his neck. Locate each joint in his neck bones and apply a slight amount of pressure.
Massage the man's arms by starting with his shoulders, moving toward his biceps, elbows, forearms and hands. Rub the arms with the palms of your hands gently at first and then applying an increased amount of pressure.