Tell us a little about yourself, if you were to pick something what would you like your clients to absolutely know about you?
I was an Eagle Scout, and a Mormon boy, so I’m always prepared and well mannered.
Why did you become a Masseur?
TBH I love talking to and meeting new people. I am a great conversationalist and excellent listener. I want to make you feel completely at ease.
How often do you travel? Do you prefer to travel or are you more of a homebody?
Not often enough! But I’m hoping that will change. These days I am more of a homebody.
What are your hobbies, what do you like to do in your spare time?
I stay very busy. My free time is limited. But when I do have some I like to watch movies or TV series. I probably spend too much time on social media.
How do you like clients to feel about the experience when they leave?
My past ratings have always been 100% satisfaction. I always get glowing reviews from my clients.
Do you remember your first client ? Tell us something about that first day when you decided to be a Masseur!
I remember being nervous and clumsy. Fortunately, he was a sweetheart and very kind. It was our good conversation and connection that made me want to continue as a masseur.
How would you like someone that contacts you for a massage to feel when they leave?
I want them to feel like their time and money were well spent. Money is renewable, but time is not. I don’t like to waste anyone’s time. A conversation before I get started usually helps to set expectations. I hope that I exceed your expectations.
What distinguishes you from all the other Masseurs?
I stand out because of my authentic interest in the client. I want to get to know you and form a lasting relationship.
Some people say that being a Masseur is addictive. Would you miss your Masseur days ?
I would miss my clients, and the human interaction element.
Do you consider yourself a successful Masseur?
Yes, my clients almost always come back to see me.
What advice would you give to someone who wants to be a Masseur?
Unfortunately there are some bad hombres out there. Stay smart and be careful.
Is extensive training necessary for a Masseur in order to be successful?
I think the most important skill is something you can't learn in a book or in a class. That skill is knowing how to talk to people. Being able to glean their needs from a conversation and deliver exactly what they want.
How long have you been a Masseur and how long do think you'd like to continue?
I've been doing this for some time now, and plan to do it for the foreseeable future. I thank all my current and future clients for their support.