Video link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-qgfRYnrntE
A comment was left on one of my posts here on the blog which pointed me in the direction of this clip on YouTube. I checked it out and downloaded it, because I can’t stand to wait while the thing loads with my default connection. and I didn’t want to use my data seeing as it is limited, and expensive.
Anyhow, the above clip is part of a series of YouTube clips that fall under massageclip.com’s YouTube channel. The website and channel is run by a lady named Lita, who gives massages using this lucky female volunteer who at times looks as though she is in sheer bliss, no doubt!
In addition to the massage, she also gives verbal instructions, which is because she aims to teach people how to give a good and proper massage. And although she does have a bit of that nasal Californian accent that might annoy some, I must admit that her voice isn’t bad. Many find it to be very soothing and love to watch her videos (over and over in fact!), according to comments left on her site and YouTube, as well as opinions elsewhere on the internet.
I sat down and watched it and admittedly I nodded off a few times. The clip certainly relaxed me. Not only that but it was mainly her voice that gave me the high we’re all searching for: AIE or ASMR. I got a light case of tingles.
Lita also has a website called sleepaudios.com where she provides, you guessed it, relaxing, soothing audio clips that are supposed to help you rest and sleep. Again, people claim that it works. I don’t know if it was because it was late when I listened to them or if the sample clips really did work, but in any case, check out both sites.
She of course does have options on the websites for people to buy things, but whether you do or not is up to you, seeing as I’m not affiliated with any of her projects in any capacity. Promise.
I’ll add the link to the above clip as well as Lita’s YouTube channel to the Sound& Video Clip Archive for future reference, and so you can go there and watch and listen for yourself.