Some people say that being a Masseur is addictive. Would you miss your Masseur days ?
Of course! Massage has assisted me in becoming the man I've always wanted to be. Touching people is a necessary part of who I am. As a healer I must be an excellent people reader, I can then feel and perceive peoples needs in ways unbeknownst to them. I love watching a person's body as it responds to my language and closeness & my touch. Too many people sadly misinterpret touch and their own personal need for it. So, I make it a point to incite everyone's desire to touch me and be touched by me. But I don't stop there. I also subtly inform them of the health benefits to being touched by people you like. I get excited when I see their confidence level rise to capacity by heThen I teach them how to appropriately and effectively use their confidence in a shared experience. The experience is called human interaction. So very few people tealize how exhilarating and gratifying such a normal everyday practice can be. You see, If you know how to touch a man's heart, it's a matter of time before he wants you to touch his body. If you can do those things effectively, you will then be able to optimize the healing process by touching his soul! Which is what I live for.
Tell us a little about yourself, if you were to pick something what would you like your clients to absolutely know about you?
I would like my clients to know that as a mater hypnotherapist and masseur, I'm expert at inducing trance with my touch and intuition. I also use deepening techniques to help my clients safely lose their inhibitions while preserving their dignity. The result is healing relaxation at it's deepest most effective level.
Do you remember your first client ? Tell us something about that first day when you decided to be a Masseur!
My my first client a stage four cancer patient that needed and wanted to be touched despite how painful it was for her. She welcomed my touch and ignored the pain just to have it.
How do you like clients to feel about the experience when they leave?
Uninhibited and eager to come back.
What are your hobbies, what do you like to do in your spare time?
I like working with wood and sculpting soft materials.
Is extensive training necessary for a Masseur in order to be successful?
Basic training and extensive practice, exploration and discovery are most valuable as far as I'm concerned.
Do you consider yourself a successful Masseur?
How long have you been a Masseur and how long do think you'd like to continue?
I only decided to do it professionally this year. I have been practicing as a hobby for about ten years. I'll never give it up.
How often do you travel? Do you prefer to travel or are you more of a homebody?
I travel 4-6 times per year. I enjoy traveling outside my confort zone. Which is now ...the road.
What advice would you give to someone who wants to be a Masseur?
Ask yourself why you want to do it and brutally honest with yourself. Once you understand your highiest intentions for doing it, you'll know how badly you really want to do it.
Why did you become a Masseur?
I experienced a severe lack of touch growing up and after being married. I learned all I could about what brings such a phenomenon about to where I decided that I would learn the art of touching people's bodies mind & souls.
What distinguishes you from all the other Masseurs?
I'm not just interested in helping people feel better while they're with me; but I'm interested in having then become better people because of it.
How would you like someone that contacts you for a massage to feel when they leave?
I would like for each of my clients to feel like they're hooked on healing and personal optimization with me.