What advice would you give to someone who wants to be a Masseur?
Listen with your heart, and look with your hands.
Is extensive training necessary for a Masseur in order to be successful?
I believe a steady foundation of anatomy of some kind is highly valued when working with the physical body. I've studied both theoretical and practical anatomy.
On the other hand, the human body is a complete perfect map of the human anatomy and I feel like most of what I know has come to me through practice and applied knowledge.
I do what I know.
I always experiment, but gently and with concent.
I strive to be attentive, authentic, honest and real.
I respect myself, and my clients.
Every body is different and no session is ever the same.
How long have you been a Masseur and how long do think you'd like to continue?
I started my journey with massage in 2013. I love it, and I will continue doing it for as long as my body allows me to do so.
What distinguishes you from all the other Masseurs?
My style of massage.
Through my years of training I have collected techniques and philosophies from different corners of the world and woven them into my own personal art form.
What are your hobbies, what do you like to do in your spare time?
I hang out with plant's, I create art, I practice yoga, I love to dance.
And sometimes, I go shopping for second-hand funky clothing.
Do you consider yourself a successful Masseur?