Mike, a man who lives between Baton Rouge and New Orleans and to whom I’ve given massage about half a dozen times, wrote the testimonial that follows. It sat in my inbox for a long time, and I think I waited before posting it, out of something like shyness. I’m grateful to Mike for taking time to write — and for accentuating the positive!
JD was my first experience with a male massage and has definitely outdone any massage I’ve ever had. His strong but soft hands and intuition on parts of my body that needed extra attention are second to none. There is no clock watching and he ensures that you are comfortable throughout the time he spends with you. A complete professional to say the least at his craft. I’ve never felt so comfortable and relaxed as I do when I’ve received massages from JD. The music choices are fantastically relaxing as well! Do yourself a favor and schedule JD for a massage experience you will not regret. He will have you in a place of euphoria by the end of his visit. I’ve had multiple massages from him and will continue to schedule as many as I can in the future!!
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I give massage to men who live in Baton Rouge and to men who are visiting. Those with meetings in the Capitol area or attending events at the River Center Arena ask me for massage at the Hilton Hotel or the Hotel Indigo, which face each other across Lafayette Street near the river, the Watermark Hotel just a block away on Convention Street, and the Hampton Inn and Suites, a few blocks north at Main and Lafayette Streets.
Other men visiting Baton Rouge enjoy massage while staying in the hotels near Interstate 10 and College Drive, including the newly redecorated Baton Rouge Marriott Hotel and the comfortable and homey Richmond Inn and Suites, both on Energy Drive near I-10 and College Drive. On Constitution Avenue, men ask me for massage at the Doubletree, the Embassy Suites, Holiday Inn, Crowne Plaza Hotel, and Hampton Inn. And near Interstate 10 and Siegen Lane, I give massage at the Courtyard by Marriott, the Residence Inn, and the Holiday Inn Express, for example.
Men who live in Baton Rouge or nearby, but who don’t have privacy at home for massage, sometimes reserve a room in an affordable hotel, just to enjoy massage service. I feel good that they think enough of my massage to go to that extra expense.
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.