If you’re considering massage, my one-page summary about my service will answer your questions and make getting service quicker and easier. If you like, you can also view my ad pages at MasseurFinder: JD’s Hands, M4M massage in Baton Rouge, JD’s Hands in New Orleans, and JD’s Hands, male massage in Lafayette.
Contact. My contact information is at the bottom of the page. Please read on, though.
Whom I can serve. I’ve been giving men massage since June 2014, and it’s the most enjoyable work I’ve ever done. So far, I’ve given massage to men ranging from their early 20s to early 80s, but I’m happy to give massage to any man 18 years of age or older.) I’ve served men of every major race. I happily work on heavy men, including men more than twice my weight. And it’s fine with me, whether you’re “gay,” “bi,” or “straight.”
Photos. My Masseurfinder pages (linked above) have photos that are safely viewable anywhere. Also (with a mild caution) here are snapshots of me, giving a friend massage in May 2018, and here are my photos at Flickr (where a login is required).
Enjoy massage in your own home or hotel room. (My massage service must remain only mobile for now.)
My service area. I’m available to go anywhere in my service area on request, even on pretty short notice. I serve men in Baton Rouge (my home), Hammond, Lafayette, New Orleans, Slidell, and areas nearby.
Hours. I’m available to give massage seven days a week, afternoons and evenings until late. (Sometimes, when I feel energetic, I accept a request to give a massage starting as late as midnight.)
Fees. My massage is about an hour and a half, and in the Baton Rouge area, I ask $80 for it (total, not hourly). Outside of the Baton Rouge area, please tell me what city you’re in, so I can tell you how much I ask in your area. I don’t mind saying that men whom I give massage sometimes tell me I should increase my fee.
Notice. How much time I need just depends on circumstances. Sometimes, I can offer to give you massage almost right away. More often, I just need two or three hours to get ready and to drive over. Of course, it’s good to plan ahead if you can. You’re welcome to plan several days in advance.
My massage is a relaxing hour and a half. Unless you want a much longer massage, the rate I ask is “per massage” rather than hourly, so don’t worry about time while you enjoy massage. (Before and after massage, setup and cleanup take a few minutes, so a visit is usually about two hours, all told.)
I’ve adapted my massage mostly from the Swedish style. I work on all the major muscles from neck to toes, paying attention to signs that you’d prefer more pressure or less, or that more work is needed here or there. I enjoy giving massage, and you’ll really feel the attention and care I give to it.
Bed or Table?
I’ve given almost every massage on a bed. I keep a Sierra Comfort portable table in my vehicle, but I’ve needed it maybe half a dozen times out of hundreds of massages. Almost all the men I’ve served prefer massage on a bed. Before we begin, I’ll show you how to lie comfortably while you’re lying face down on the bed. Besides being comfortable for you, a bed allows me to work well from any position and to make good use of my light weight (about 150 lbs, or about 70 kg).
For massage in your home, I bring two fresh sheets to give the bed two layers of protection from oil, and I bring hand towels to keep everything neat. (I don’t bring these into a hotel, as doing so seems indiscreet. Trust hotel staff to know how to wash their bed linens, or if you like, we’ll lay a bath towel on the bed.
Biotone Advanced Therapy Massage Gel, my massage oil, feels very light weight, and a little goes a long way. It has a barely noticeable “shower fresh” aroma that dissipates quickly. It’s hypo-allergenic, partly because it contains seed oils instead of nut oils. After massage, the excess washes off easily under warm water, even without soap.
Clothing and Draping
Details about clothing and draping are important especially for women’s protection, whether they’re involved in giving a massage or receiving it. In private, some men prefer simple nudity. In your own home or hotel room, just choose what feels safe and comfortable for you.
Music for Massage
Instrumental music is usually better for massage, as vocal music would intrude and make a massage less peaceful. I have playlists of classical guitar, piano, and ambient music (by Brian Eno), and I have a portable, high-quality Bluetooth speaker from which to play music. You can choose music or leave the choice to me. If you have your own relaxing music, you’re welcome to play it. (On the cable service Music Choice, for example, the Soundscapes and Easy Listening channels are two that go well with massage.)
Please send me a message, ask questions, and plan your massage! My number is below.
Text is usually best. Since I need my phone’s calendar, maps, browser, and contacts apps for scheduling, I can help you better by text. Also, a voice call is awkward when others are around, so conversing by text is much more discreet. And it’s embarrassing if I leave the ringer on, and the phone rings while I’m giving massage.
What I need to know when planning. I can confidently mark a time on my schedule and hold it for us, when I know the date, the time (approximate or exact), the address (or the hotel’s name), and your first name. (Especially if you’re a traveler, you may guard your privacy very carefully. I just need to know your first name before I arrive, so I can be sure that I’ve arrived at the right place.)
JD 504 231 6268