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 consider yourself a successful Masseur?
After over 12 years of experience I have a number of regular and returning clients. I enjoy giving men peak experiences that they remember. I have always striven for quality over quantity, so I can impart greater value to each session and make a real connection with my clients. I also have a master's degree in the healthcare field. I am able to work safely with clients with injuries, medical conditions, and to help give pointers and the benefit of my experience to improve overall health goals. My approach with clients is to assist healing on all levels, and learn how best to satisfy my clients' needs. I build self esteem and give acceptance, affection and care to every client.
How often do you travel? Do you prefer to travel or are you more of a homebody?
I'm both - I love my home in Palm Springs with my Steinway and my regular routines, but i also love spending summers in NYC where I can get my culture fix, catch up with old friends and make new ones. I love travel, and have studied, worked and lived in Florence, Italy, Rio de Janeiro, Provincetown, MA., SF, NYC, PS, and VA. I speak some Portuguese and Italian, although both are rusty, but when I have the opportunity to travel, I brush up on the language.
What advice would you give to someone who wants to be a Masseur?
I have taught several massage students. My current 4 hand buddy in PS is a very talented stud I have trained and worked with for almost 2 years. Honestly, there are a lot of talents that bear on whether someone is a good masseur. In my experience, the best are people who have coordination, are in touch with their own bodies, have empathy for others, a willingness to always keep learning. People who are dancers, musicians, athletes have a conscious and unconscious connection to their bodies - but they have to be able to project that onto someone else. It certainly helps a lot to be passionate.