Type of Massage

The type of massage I do here is all about relaxation and reduction of stress
in order to let the client’s body heal itself, sometimes and if you so wish the massage can be sensual – erotic. I have taken techniques from several different massage teachings and incorporated them into a soothing and free flowing massage that lets my clients forget about the work day world for an hour or 90 minutes and leaves them feeling rejuvenated and full of self confidence.

Although my work is very sensual, I do not consider myself as a male escort. Please do not
schedule an appointment if you are looking for something other than a professional, but intimate male to male massage. I do not Give out “stats” and I believe that my pictures reflect myself very well. I do not share other images. My privacy is as important as yours.

The primary disciplines I generally incorporate are Swedish massage and Sports massage
including deep tissue techniques, Head massage, broad myofascial techniques, and Aromatherapy massage. Since each client is unique I use a different fusion of these techniques for each massage.

Therapy Room Ambiance

The massage table can be heated and I have plenty of towels, so adjusting the room temperature to your preference is not a problem. I generally burn a candle to keep the lighting dim, and play soft music.
The room has air conditioning in the summer, so even if its hot outside your session remains comfortable.

Covering you during the massage

In addition to keeping you warm, I generally cover my clients with a fresh clean towel to preserve body heat and only expose the portion of the body that is being worked on at that time. You are welcome to ask for other draping options if it will increase your comfort level.

As noted in the guidelines, the optimal way to receive a massage is fully naked. I will leave the room to allow you to undress and cover yourself with the sheet and blanket before returning to the room to start your massage.
Canceling your appointment.

If for any reason you can not make this appointment please let me know as soon as possible. I can best be reached on my mobile. If I don’t answer feel free to leave a text. You can cancel, but please do let me know if you cannot make it as early as you can as sometimes I will be able to see someone else on a last minute appointment.

Contraindications for massage
The definition of a contraindication for massage is a reason not to provide someone with a massage. A contraindication is something that massage may interact with negatively, for example, a fever or severe pain.

There is a long list of contraindications for massage. Put simply, if a patient presents with an absolute contraindication, under no circumstances should a massage be performed. For example, contagious diseases, vomiting, diarrhoea, fever, severe pain, kidney disease, or a history of thrombosis are all considered absolute contraindications for massage.

It’s not all black and white though. There are varying degrees of indications and contraindications. Contraindications may be further defined as relative or absolute, general or regional. What’s more, they can be a combination of these. Let’s look at the main categories:

Absolute contraindications
When something is considered an absolute contraindication, it means that the client should not be given a massage in that particular area no matter what the circumstances. For example, if someone had DVT (deep vein thrombosis) under no circumstances should the lower calf muscles be massaged.

Relative contraindication
When there is a level of caution or danger associated with a massage treatment, it is called a relative contraindication. With a relative contraindication, the massage may be performed, but simply modified to ensure the safety of the indicated area. This is typical where there has been a recent injury, or where there has been surgery. In these cases, a particular massage therapy treatment may be beneficial so long as it is performed by a knowledgeable and experienced massage therapist who knows how to avoid damaging the delicate tissues.

General contraindications
When a contraindication affects the entire body, it is known as a general contraindication.

Local contraindication
If the contraindication affects only a localised area of the body is known as a local contraindication.

Combined contraindications
indications and contraindications for massage – what you need to know this term sounds a little trickier than it is, but put simply, a condition may be any combination of local or general, and relative or absolute. For example, DVT is both local and absolute and an acute injury to the biceps insertion would be both relative and local.

If a patient wants to have a massage and has informed you that they have some type of contraindication, it’s a good idea for them to obtain medical approval from their doctor or physiotherapist before booking a massage therapy session. Depending on the condition, many massage therapy centres will insist on medical approval before commencement of the treatment. This is a sensible rule that covers both the practitioner and the patient. No matter what the condition is, however, it is essential that the patient always informs the massage therapist before treatment commences.

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Vicki Tuchtan
Vicki Tuchtan
Vicki Tuchtan is the Academic Director at Sage Institute of Education. She oversees learning processes, teaching outcomes, resources and course development. A passionate advocate for bettering standards of training in Australia, she is currently writing her PhD thesis on defining quality training in the Australian vocational education sector.
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Massage for relaxation about stress relief

If you’re feeling agitated, overworked and underappreciated, a massage can be a great way to get yourself back into a better, more relaxed state. The advantages of massage are various, including lowering blood pressure, increasing circulation to tight areas, and creating an overall sense of well being.

The most common massage technique in this category is Swedish massage, which uses long, gliding strokes along with muscle kneading and a few other methods. Another popular form of massage in this category includes deep tissue massage.
Relaxation massage is one of the few things in life that feels good and is good for you.

BOOKINGS

January 4, 2016

I WORK MONDAY TROUGH SATURDAY

9 AM UNTIL MIDNIGHT, AND SUNDAYS ONLY REGULAR CLIENTS.

BOOKING IS VERY SIMPLE:

Send me a text or call me only mobile and let me know the time that suits you best.

I PREFFER TO TAKE APPOINTMENTS ON THE DAY, Early morning works best as I will Text and reply to you with my address and directions if you need some, as I am easy to find close to Warren street station Euston Kings Cross Station in Central London

The reason I take appointments on the day is because I can prepare my day better for the optimal massage you deserve.

 

Why am I sore after the massage?

Not many experiences and feelings can beat those you feel just after a great massage. A good quality massage leaves you feeling warm and relaxed, tingling all over, while at the same time rejuvenated and full of life. You may even experience the best night sleep you have ever had, following an excellent massage. However, on the following morning, it is a different story. The muscle aches and soreness you feel as you get ready for your day are reminiscent of a full body workout rather than a full body massage. At this point, it is all too easy to begin panicking and assume something is wrong. It is more likely, however, that the massage has done the result as exactly as I intended.