How would you like someone that contacts you for a massage to feel when they leave?
Having just shared in such an intimate exchange allowing me the opportunity to relinquish you of any vulnerability or insecurities you may have, breaking down walls and barriers that may have existed prior. Building a bond that will not only benefit you intimately and physically but also emotionally, guiding you through a more productive life. It's important to know what the client wants,and leaving you satisfied knowing that I have gone above and beyond to fulfill any particular request doing my best to get to know you and your body at the same time. The end result leaving a memorable impression on each individual client would be my main objective.
Some people say that being a Masseur is addictive. Would you miss your Masseur days ?
Missing being a massage therapist is something I could never imagine once having dedicated your life and physical body to the profession it's my motto "once a massage therapist always a massage therapist". I've grown to learn by taking my education and training as a massage therapist to a more sensual erotic platform I've become more intimately connected to being a massage therapist just as much as each client I have built a reoccurring relationship and friendship with. If somehow my career path changed I could never consider myself not being a massage therapist and disconnecting myself from all of what has helped make me who I am today.
Do you consider yourself a successful Masseur?
Success can be defined by many things,how you define success is all based on your personal goals in life and what it takes to reach those goals .I have been a massage therapist for shortly over 5 years, it is a career that I chose based on the ability for it to provide me a comfortable lifestyle an increasingly productive lifestyle but to also have a career that I can be excited about having accepting all the challenges that come along with it willfully. Allowing me the ability to support a family and provide balance, happiness and comfort within my personal life, having successfully achieved all of those things I would consider myself a successful massage therapist.
What advice would you give to someone who wants to be a Masseur?
My advice would be to consider three things WHY WHAT and WHERE... ask yourself WHY did you choose this profession. For me it would be taking a leap of faith listening to the advice of my peers and getting a professional opinion on the profession I was looking to go into. Then ask yourself WHAT is it going to take not to only be what you wish to be but what it's going to take to be the best of what it is you wish to be, how to be humble enough to continue to learn all the way through and to be willing to grow and change throughout. Most importantly WHERE do you see yourself in the future knowing that being a massage therapist takes having good people skills conversation skills the ability to connect with an individual's body knowing that it will take a physical toll on your body both mentally and physically if done right you will need to take as much care of yourself as you dedicate to each individual client being a good massage therapist will be what defines your dedication to the profession and your ability to connect with what it is you are looking to offer being genuine honest, kind and understanding.
How often do you travel? Do you prefer to travel or are you more of a homebody?
In my personal life I travel quite a bit, in the beginning of my now career as a private massage therapist I did travel both for work and leisure at the same time giving myself the opportunity to expand my footprint across the country, meet new people and gain new life experiences. Now having incorporated more structure and consistency to my career and clientele I tend to stay locally-based for work but still take the time away from work to travel leisurely.
What distinguishes you from all the other Masseurs?
To honestly know what distinguishes me from the other individuals who advertised within the same medium would take knowing the other guys who advertise within the same medium. My main objective in any web-based medium I choose to advertise in would be the connection I build with my clientele. I focus on what distinguishes me as an individual not based on what some would consider the competition. I personally take pride in the chemistry that is built by the natural vibe and connection between me and another person, that is something that can only be achieved from being genuine honest and considerate. Having a relatable personality that people want to gravitate towards and be around repeatedly is important.
How do you like clients to feel about the experience when they leave?
Having just shared in such an intimate exchange allowing me the opportunity to relinquish you of any vulnerability or insecurities you may have breaking down walls and barriers that may have existed prior building a bond that will not only benefit you intimately and physically but also emotionally, guiding you through a more productive life. It's important to know what the client wants,and leaving you satisfied knowing that I have gone above and beyond to fulfill any particular request doing my best to get to know you and your body at the same time. The end result leaving a memorable impression on each individual client would be my main objective.
How long have you been a Masseur and how long do think you'd like to continue?
I have been a massage therapist a little over 5 years and as of right now it is intentionally a long-term career goal.
Is extensive training necessary for a Masseur in order to be successful?
Never stop learning never stop growing, passion drive and success all go hand-in-hand, you can't have one without the other... if it's something that you love the extensive level of your dedication to it will determine your level of success.
Why did you become a Masseur?
Massage therapy is something for me that grew from an enjoyable hobby to a successful career. I became a massage therapist based solely on my interest and ability to connect with other people's bodies. In the health and wellness industry I found myself dedicated to massage therapy particularly, so I decided to see what I had to offer to the world of Massage Therapy and what it had to offer me in return. I can say it's been a very rewarding experience.