What in the world is ASMR...
Scoville scale: 0-2,000🌶️
For some people, it's simply amazing! Ok, that doesn't tell you anything; Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR) is a subjective response to certain stimuli causing "low-grade euphoria" in some individuals. That still doesn't tell you much I suppose, ASMR is not experienced the same for all people I fear. Some people feel euphoria, some calming, and many get tingling skin sensations. Many people benefit from ASMR and don't even realize it when it is happening.
ASMR is experienced through "triggers" of which there are many but most commonly by certain audio and visual stimuli.
Popular triggers (listed on Wikipedia) include:
Listening to a softly spoken or whispering voice.
Listening to quiet, repetitive sounds resulting from someone engaging in a mundane task such as turning the pages of a book.
Watching somebody attentively execute a mundane task such as preparing food.
Loudly chewing, crunching, or biting foods, drinks, or gum.
Receiving altruistic tender personal attention.
Initiating the stimulus through conscious manipulation without the need for external video or audio triggers.
Listening to a person explain a concept, describe an object or system.
What does all this mean for us?
During an ASMR session, I will attempt to elicit this lovely response from you. Perhaps you know what does it for you, if so then I will be better able to get to what you desire. If you don't know if you have ASMR needs/reactions, at least we will have a lovely fun session together in a relaxing environment.
If this is the type of session you desire and have specific stimuli in mind please add that to your booking information.