Massage

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    Feb 27, 2011 3:37 PM GMT
    Having a massage tomorrow. My usual masseur is outta town for 3 months so i have been recommended a new guy.

    To all you Masseurs here what is the protocol. Do i strip to my jocks or strip completely. If i get a hard on do i mention it before i turn over or just not be embarrassed and expect him not to be surprised.

    I have none of these issues with my usual masseur as he has massaged me for so long now he has seen it all before hard soft draped undraped (and all totally professional) so it is no longer an issue between us.
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    Feb 27, 2011 4:13 PM GMT
    I'm not a masseur but (i) I get a massage regularly, and (ii) I studied massage therapy for fun with my ex for several months, so I'd say I'm pretty qualified to give advice on this. If it's a full body massage, the general practice is for the "subject" to undress completely and to have a clean towel covering the lower part of his body. The masseur (or masseuse) will generally make sure that the towel is covering your private parts (genital area, buttocks) at all times--that's assuming it's a legitimate massage and not one of those "massage with release." If you are simply having a partial massage (for example, neck only), which is rather rare, then clearly you don't have to get fully undressed. What's important to acknowledge is that it is fine to have an erection during the massage. Qualified massage therapists know how to deal with that and you should not feel embarrassed if you get a boner--just don't expect to get help with it. No, you don't have to tell him or her, nor do you have to apologize for it. I would suggest a shower before the massage--it's the right thing to do.
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    Feb 27, 2011 4:23 PM GMT
    If you were in Miami Beach, I'd give you a free massage just for using the correct term(masseur)! I think if someone calls me a masseuse one more time I'm going to go mental. icon_lol.gif



    Dominus is right. No trained massage therapist will think twice about you having an erection. It's par for the course. Don't think a thing about it. As for draping, that depends on the therapist. Some use a sheet, some use a towel. Some don't use anything at all. That doesn't mean it's sexual. Just depends on the particular situation and culture you're living in. If you feel uncomfortable with the way your new therapist does things, just let him know. Your comfort level should be the most important thing to the therapist.
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    Feb 27, 2011 5:04 PM GMT
    muscles4muscles saidIf you were in Miami Beach, I'd give you a free massage just for using the correct term(masseur)! I think if someone calls me a masseuse one more time I'm going to go mental. icon_lol.gif



    Dominus is right. No trained massage therapist will think twice about you having an erection. It's par for the course. Don't think a thing about it. As for draping, that depends on the therapist. Some use a sheet, some use a towel. Some don't use anything at all. That doesn't mean it's sexual. Just depends on the particular situation and culture you're living in. If you feel uncomfortable with the way your new therapist does things, just let him know. Your comfort level should be the most important thing to the therapist.


    Right on, Muscles. Agree that people should know the difference between a masseur (male) and a masseuse (female). Also, in many parts of Asia, massages are done in the nude (well, most of the time). In that case, you just have to make sure that you don't poke the masseur or masseuse in the eye with your dingdong.
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    Feb 27, 2011 5:16 PM GMT
    DOMINUS said
    muscles4muscles saidIf you were in Miami Beach, I'd give you a free massage just for using the correct term(masseur)! I think if someone calls me a masseuse one more time I'm going to go mental. icon_lol.gif



    Dominus is right. No trained massage therapist will think twice about you having an erection. It's par for the course. Don't think a thing about it. As for draping, that depends on the therapist. Some use a sheet, some use a towel. Some don't use anything at all. That doesn't mean it's sexual. Just depends on the particular situation and culture you're living in. If you feel uncomfortable with the way your new therapist does things, just let him know. Your comfort level should be the most important thing to the therapist.


    Right on, Muscles. Agree that people should know the difference between a masseur (male) and a masseuse (female). Also, in many parts of Asia, massages are done in the nude (well, most of the time). In that case, you just have to make sure that you don't poke the masseur or masseuse in the eye with your dingdong.


    Wow. If it's long enough to poke an eye out during a massage, that's another reason for a free massage! JK.icon_lol.gif