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What distinguishes you from all the other Masseurs?
LatinoStallion
I’ve met other awesome masseurs here who have their own unique styles - so I can only speak for myself. I think having a mixed background in sales, marketing, Human Resources, nightlife / entertainment and art & design gives me an advantage.

Somehow I’m able to read people pretty quickly and figure out both their boundaries and turn ons. I don’t know how I’m able to do this, but I always do 👍🏽
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• RentMasseur:

Is extensive training necessary for a Masseur in order to be successful?

• Fredericodedeus

No, love to connect with people, intuition combined with authenticity is the keys to be successful. Trainings provides you a strong foundation and capacity to deliver safe and effective massages tailored to each client.

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• RentMasseur:

How often do you travel? Do you prefer to travel or are you more of a homebody?

• BlondBlueEyes

I travel as often as possible. I want to spend my life traveling the world, teaching language, and learning about new cultures.

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• RentMasseur:

Is extensive training necessary for a Masseur in order to be successful?

• SEXYMODELJAKE

Being a massage therapist is facilitated by solid training, to go beyond the superficial rubdown. I believe even a basic relaxation or sensual massage benefits foundation of training in the therapeutic aspects.

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• RentMasseur:

How do you like clients to feel about the experience when they leave?

• Stonehouse

If your not happier, then I did not do my job. I need to make sure you leave happier. So we will discuss what can be done to make you happy.

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• RentMasseur:

What are your hobbies, what do you like to do in your spare time?

• Friendlyguyhere

I like to read nonfiction. Right now I’m reading The Gateway Arch by Tracy Campbell. It’s the story of the circuitous path the iconic Saint Louis Arch took into being. It has a complicated and in parts troubled history. I like books like this because they untangle the threads of such a story. I have two pink tetra GloFish named Keller and Koa (named after Real Housewives of Orange County children). I love listening to podcasts. Beach Too Sandy Water Too Wet is one where a brother and sister read deranged online reviews. Another I like is Wine and Crime, a true crime podcast.

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• RentMasseur:

Do you remember your first client ? Tell us something about that first day when you decided to be a Masseur!

• AustinoEros

Yes, I do remember my first client. It was over 30 years ago, shortly after graduating from massage school. At that time, I was living in West Hollywood. My first client was so willing to get naked, relax & let go as he received massage from me. First, I worked on his back and legs. Then I asked him to turn over and lay face up on the table and hard. I was delighted and excited, yet I really didn’t know what to do. I didn't learn that in massage school. Don't get me wrong. I knew what I wanted to do. But what could I do that was in service of this man within a massage experience. Afterwards, I set out on a course to learn more erotic elements and merge them into my sessions. I studied through The Body Electric & also became a trained & experienced Sacred Intimate. Over the years, I have worked with clients to heal, learn and grow their comfort, knowledge, & skills with sensuality, eroticism & intimacy. My sessions have helped other men let go of their baggage & embrace eroticism to the fullest. Many clients have shared with me the positive impact their sessions have had on them.

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• RentMasseur:

Is extensive training necessary for a Masseur in order to be successful?

• Roaming_Hands

For treating and healing bodies that have suffered major trauma like a car accident, I'd say Yes, only those with extensive formal training and certifications should be treating those clients. For other forms of therapeutic massage, yes, training and and knowledge of human anatomy is needed to be a successful healer, but it can be attained through means other than formal classroom training. I learned through osmosis of being treated and relieving pain and tension within my own body as a dancer and skater. I'm also very intuitive. I've had many clients say my massage is better than what they had received at spas from certified massage therapist. I don't get stuck in 1 formal modality. I mix modalities and stretching along with distracting/pleasuring sensual touch that a spa therapist won't allow themselves to provide but are part of holistic healing.

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• RentMasseur:

Why did you become a Masseur?

• KennethKingsburn

I genuinely enjoy it massage. After the 2020 pandemic, it made me realize that life is too short to not do what you love. I have been blessed with many wonderful clients who have given me the opportunity to make massage my career and passion. When you book me as your masseur, you will definitely be able to tell this is something I give my all.

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• RentMasseur:

How do you like clients to feel about the experience when they leave?

• RazrSteele

As I stated before, every client that I’ve worked on has rebooked and recommended me to their partners and friends. So I would have to say they love the experience that I provide for them.

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• RentMasseur:

Do you consider yourself a successful Masseur?

• TippityTop

After 20 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.

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• RentMasseur:

Do you remember your first client ? Tell us something about that first day when you decided to be a Masseur!

• BodyworkbyDan

Yes I do remember, ........ an amazing experience.

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• RentMasseur:

How would you like someone that contacts you for a massage to feel when they leave?

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• RentMasseur:

Is extensive training necessary for a Masseur in order to be successful?

• DavinStrong

I don’t think extensive professional training is required particularly if you know how to create the correct environment and bring other elements to the table (looks, charm, etc.) as well as an eagerness to learn.

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• RentMasseur:

Do you remember your first client ? Tell us something about that first day when you decided to be a Masseur!

• KnightlyMassage

My first official client booking, after weeks of practicing on friends and acquaintances who were willing to volunteer, was more of a challenge than I expected right out of the gate: it was a request from someone who wanted to book back-to-back massages - 90 minutes each! - for himself and his husband. I can be honest about it now and say I was intimidated. I had not yet done any massage without having at least a few hours in between, and I was concerned that my energy would not be up to par for the second client! That would have been a very bad way to start out on a new career! As it turned out, of course, I had nothing to worry about. I was invigorated after the first session, especially after the client's audibly blissful responses throughout the massage and his enthusiastic praise of my skills afterward - and when it was his husband's turn on the table, I was so excited to give it another go right away that I never felt even a moment of fatigue! It was a day that boosted my confidence and made me grateful I had chosen to take the path of being a bodyworker - and for the record, the couple became regular clients who continue to book sessions with me to this very day!

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• RentMasseur:

How long have you been a Masseur and how long do think you'd like to continue?

• HotAfTwink

I’ve been a masseur for almost 3 years now. And I’d think I am going to want to continue for at least another 2 years

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• RentMasseur:

Is extensive training necessary for a Masseur in order to be successful?

• Breauxtx

The ability to pick up on bio-feedback from a client to ensure the clients needs are met is paramount. Being empathic and a desire to make others feel good is essential. A person can learn anatomy and technique but if the client isn’t comfortable and restored then the knowledge has not served its purpose.

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• RentMasseur:

How long have you been a Masseur and how long do think you'd like to continue?

• nicksantana

Officially? Not that long at all, less than a year. But unofficially about 10. I don’t think I’ll ever stop bringing joy, healing, passion and pleasure to men through touch; although the context may change, it will forever be a part of me :).

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• RentMasseur:

Some people say that being a Masseur is addictive. Would you miss your Masseur days ?

• Bodywerxguy

For me, adding the words, massage is very “necessary,” and to me, it’s a process, too. A “necessary process” those are better words for me then “addicting.” I make that my intent when I touch a client. When my hand comes into contact with a client, I also get touched and experience some of the same feel-good chemicals that my clients do. This is especially true with my regulars; I can feel their bodies surrender underneath my hands. I feel the release, and they let go, and so do I. For some new clients, there can be a bit of resistance; we are strangers, after all. Eventually, after a few sessions with me, the massage becomes an incredibly intimate exchange between me & my client; I feel it is necessary for both my clients and me. I love the bonds I form with my clients, so of course, when my work is done, I will miss it.

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• RentMasseur:

How do you like clients to feel about the experience when they leave?

• colbystaxx

Bonfied and well TAKEN CARE OF

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• RentMasseur:

How do you like clients to feel about the experience when they leave?

• Sergioxl

Bem e com o coro otimo depois de uns dias

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• RentMasseur:

What distinguishes you from all the other Masseurs?

• ReadytoPlease

I'm punctual and my appointments actually last for an hour. I'm also pretty down to earth.

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• RentMasseur:

Is extensive training necessary for a Masseur in order to be successful?

• Arigypsy

Well everything we do in life we have to do our best and train hard so we could be there for others when they are in need of our service so yes training is a big part of this career.

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• RentMasseur:

How do you like clients to feel about the experience when they leave?

• MassagebyFer

I want them to feel relax and reenergize once they leave my massage table

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• RentMasseur:

Is extensive training necessary for a Masseur in order to be successful?

• BadAlex

I believe that you need to study and practice. Make sure you learn the body parts and movements well before you become a masseur

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