RentMasseur Personal Interviews give you the opportunity to know the Masseur you are considering to hire better before you make the first step.
Our Personal Masseur Interviews are a great way to give a little bit of personal and even intimate information about your massage experience. Get to know him better before you call!
Do you remember your first client ? Tell us something about that first day when you decided to be a Masseur!
The first client is always the most awkward, so of course it was memorable! After it was over, the client was headed out the door. Naturally, I decided to ask, "So, how will you be paying?" Approaching the subject of money is always weird for me. Weirder still when the guy says he forgot to get cash, so he had to run to an ATM. Thankfully, he was a reputable guy and it was an honest mistake on his end. I still can't believe I was that forward, though. And being a masseur has always been the running joke job in my circle of friends. Any time work or school gets rough, my friends threaten to start stripping, massaging, or selling their bodies. Little do they know...
Tell us a little about yourself, if you were to pick something what would you like your clients to absolutely know about you?
I’d like them to know what the word “undetectable” means. I don’t advertise my HIV status directly because in the case of a massage, it doesn’t necessarily matter. However, if people are looking for an erotic massage, I understand that status matters. I just feel that people are undereducated on the current state of HIV treatment because there was such hysteria not but 20 years ago. Undetectable = untransmissible. That’s all there is to it. When a virus lies dormant (a.k.a., yes, you still have chicken pox), there’s no potential for spread.
Is extensive training necessary for a Masseur in order to be successful?
Yes and no. There are details that certified Masseurs pick up on pertaining to muscle groups that the untrained guy can’t tell. But really, more than training, I think...attention to detail is far more important. Ensuring relaxation and being able to read a client’s face to distinguish between good and bad “pain.” That’s what separates the book smart masseur from the street smart one!