On the way home from visiting family for Thanksgiving Day weekend, I gave a massage in Destin. It was partly a “demonstration,” as the man to whom I gave the massage thinks I can find many opportunities for service in the area that includes Destin, Fort Walton, and Niceville. He thinks men in the area are underserved for M4M massage, especially in the area’s wintry off-season.
I began using Biotone Advanced Therapy Massage Gel back in October 2015, and I’ve been using it ever since. I spend less time reapplying it and more time actually giving massage, and I stay more focused and “in the zone.” Biotone considers the gel hypoallergenic, partly because the oils it contains are seed oils and a modified coconut oil, rather than nut oils, to which people more often react. The gel is also lightweight and odorless, and any excess washes off of skin easily with just warm water.
A few days ago, while I was massaging a man’s back and legs, he said suddenly, “This is the closest to Heaven I think I’ll ever be.” I would be embarrassed to make this up, but it’s what he actually said, as nearly as I can remember. I’m grateful for such strong praise.
I allow myself to develop real emotion as I work and to “put feeling” into my strokes. From men’s comments and their written testimonials, my work seems have improved over the last few months. Working with feeling and somehow letting the feeling show seem to be what’s making the experience better.
I was in Lafayette on Friday and Saturday, Baton Rouge and Hammond on Sunday, and New Orleans on Monday. I expect to be New Orleans tomorrow (Wednesday) and again on Thursday. Right now, I just take a request in a particular city and then look for other opportunities for service in the same city.
If I had easy access to an inexpensive place to stay in a given city, I think I would plan trips of maybe two or three days and announce them ahead of time. To make a circuit of all four cities every few days might be best of all, although many things would have to come together for that work.
I began this website on June 14, 2015, as a WordPress weblog, to offer information about myself and my work that wouldn’t fit easily on my page at MasseurFinder.com. I sometimes review existing posts and either revise them to keep them current or just delete them if they’re no longer useful.