I thought a nice, socially-acceptable initial Kino would be the classic move of taking the woman's hand and kissing it. It's important that when you present your hand, to keep eye-contact with the woman, because looking down at your hands would be another way of "asking permission", per se.
Does this send the right messages, though? Is it somehow too supplicating?
And now, here's one that I thought of to get the woman touching you: when it comes time to retrieve her email, take out a pen, search around for a piece of paper, and then give her your forearm so that she can write her email on there, because you're conveniently missing paper.
This is another one I don't know about. Body marking is a sign of ownership over the body, and maybe I'm reading far too much into things, but would that send the signal of some sort of supplication as well?
If these work, I think they'd be great ideas.