Is extensive training necessary for a Masseur in order to be successful?
Absolutely; repetition is the mother of all skill.
I have been trained by the best erotic masseurs and believe in and take an active part in continuing education; I plan to obtain my LMT within the year.
No matter what skill your are honing, practicing the correct techniques is essential to master any art.
How do you like clients to feel about the experience when they leave?
The massages I give are intimate and a luxury. It is my goal that every client leaves feeling like they just walked out of a ***ual dream. I want them to have forgotten about the troubles of the day and to have experienced a manly touch with the sweet release we all need and desire. Customer service is alway my number one goal and I promise you will feel much better walking out my door than you did when you arrived.
What distinguishes you from all the other Masseurs?
With over 17 years as a bartender all across the South, including Oz (Nola), JRs (Houston), Woody’s (Dallas), and Oilcan Harry’s (Austin), I have specialized in customer service. I am well trained in identifying what men enjoy and desire and pay attention to instruction and details. It is my goal to have every client that walks through my door leave feeling satisfied. Pair that with the music and ambiance that I have hand selected for my massages and I promise you will be coming back.
Do you remember your first client ? Tell us something about that first day when you decided to be a Masseur!
The first day I became a masseur I actually had 3 different clients. They ranged from 30-60 years old, different body types and skin colors. All three were completely different yet the ***ual energy was the same. Once I realized that I was the guide of the energy we were both producing, I realized what erotic massage really was. I was hooked.
Do you consider yourself a successful Masseur?
In 9 months I have build a studio in Austin, TX and begun to travel across America! I survived the pandemic with about 10-15 consistent clients in Austin and think that should speak for it's self. I continue to change and adapt to the industry and market, with customer service as my key stone. Pair that with consistent positive feedback I receive from clients, new and established, I would consider myself successful.
What are your hobbies, what do you like to do in your spare time?
I am a first degree black belt in American Shotokan karate and have been a professional DJ for over a decade. I am currently working on creating a YouTube channel that will follow me as I travel to all 50 states in an effort to show people the beauty of the world and encourage them to help preserve and save it from global warming. I also enjoy weight training, video games, and reading, photography, film, and nature.
How often do you travel? Do you prefer to travel or are you more of a homebody?
My home base is in Austin, TX. My studio is well-equipped, sterile, and comfortable. I enjoy working in it immensely.
I have just started the effort to travel to all 50 states, so I will eventually be coming near you!
Some people say that being a Masseur is addictive. Would you miss your Masseur days ?
I have just begun and I am addicted. Creating ***ual energy and guiding it to help my clients clear their minds, bodies, and ***ual reservoirs is like being apart of human magic. I love the feeling of male to male touch; it’s electric. I love the smell of aromatherapy and oil as it mixes with the natural male scent; no two are the same. And I absolutely love exploring every body as I guide that energy into the most powerful part of every man. I find the entire experience engulfing as the essence of the male form is explore, opened, and released.
How long have you been a Masseur and how long do think you'd like to continue?
I have just begun my journey (9 months strong now) as a masseur and have many plans to strengthen the experience. I plan to see the world and help my clients experience a judgement-free, male to male contact that so many need and desire. I plan to continue for many years to come.
What advice would you give to someone who wants to be a Masseur?
My advise would be the same as I give to anyone when it comes to your career: have pride in what you do. Always!
Make sure you want to help your clients. They are coming to you for a reason. It is your number one goal to provide excellent customer service, but more importantly in this field, to provide a basic human needs.
Touch. Excitement. Release.
Make sure these are things you enjoy and want to do. Your client will know how you feel right through your fingertips every time.
How would you like someone that contacts you for a massage to feel when they leave?
I would like my clients to feel like they received a service that they can not get anywhere else. I want them to walk away clearheaded and ready for the day ahead or relaxed for the evening to come. I want them to be excited about the next session. But most importantly, I would like my clients to feel like they spent their time and money wisely.
Why did you become a Masseur?
In all honestly, it was because of Covid. After bartending for 17 years, I realized bar/club culture was not going to be the same for many years, if ever. I was introduced to the art and it became my full time job! I love working from home and setting my own schedule; the flexibility and ability to travel anywhere and work are the best perks!
Tell us a little about yourself, if you were to pick something what would you like your clients to absolutely know about you?
All and all, I'm a nice guy that wants to make you feel welcome, safe, and good. I change my music frequently and have a great studio set up, in Austin. I'm also highly skilled in conversation, if that's what your looking for, along side the massage. I do take requests for add-ons as well. I'm very easy to talk to, so feel free to ask any questions you may have.