You got to have to, uh, stroke the eyebrows during a head massage. This area, of the forehead where the eyes meet the junction of the eyebrows is a good starting point. You don't wanna use too much pressure, it is a sensitive area. There are some points of sensitivity right along the corners of the eyes so we'll definitely avoid that. And you'll gonna have actually be right underneath the ridge as opposed to being top of, the surface of the eyebrows is solved. So you're supporting, the bridge of the eyebrow lifting towards you in a slight manner, you can kind of scoop a little bit.
This is wonderful for headaches, eye strains, from to much, computer reading. And you'll just hold that position for a good five seconds, so it's a really good cranial second point as well to release some of the, the crowding that happens. And then from that point on, you can release some of the, uh, pressure, so it's as the same and rotating outwards towards the edge of the eyebrows.
And at the end, there's another divet, that you can sort of you sink your fingers into, hang it out there for a second. So that's, uh, the therapeutic part, the other, general massaging area would be also on the top edge of the brow, you're just moving the skin, uh, the connective tissue that, covers the frontal bone and it's a really good mental release and work yourself up towards the top of the forehead but always going back towards the bottom. It's a good lymphatic flow actually if you do this. and if you're thumbs are tired at this point, you could always just use the tips of your fingers as gentle enough to go in that manner. And that's how you stroke eyebrows during a head massage.