Tips For Your Body Rub or Massage Session
I'd like to share some tips and tricks to make your sessions go as smoothly as possible and to help you minimize any losses should they occur.
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- Only bring the amount of cash you'll need. I always ask what the session will cost, and then I bring ~30% extra for a tip if I wish. If you get completely ripped off, your losses aren't that steep and not having a ton of money on you also improves your negotiating position.
- Don't bring anything with you that you can't live without. Most of the providers are legit, but there are thieves out there. I recommend taking with you a secondary wallet with a duplicate driver's license, alternate credit card, etc. I also have a cheap secondary Cricket cell phone and a second set of keys that I take with me.
- If the pictures of the provider look too good to be true, they probably are.
- Listen to your gut. If the voice on the phone sounds off, the location looks super sketchy, or if the provider is acting nervous consider walking away. There are many other providers out there.
- I like to schedule the shortest massage available from the provider. Most providers are not certified massage therapists, and a bad massage just gets annoying after a bit. I feel like the sweet spot for a sensual massage is 30 minutes since paying for longer than that usually still nets a 30 minute experience. If the provider is absolutely fantastic, try an hour next time.
- When you're looking at images for the provider, always right click the image, and 'Search Google for this image' if you're using Chrome. There are a ton of fake pictures out there, and some providers even go so far as to use a bunch of pics of mini-celebrities that most people don't recognize.
- Talk to the provider on the phone if possible. I know it's easier to text, but you can gather a lot of information from the sound of their voice. If their voice creeps you out, it's not going to get any better when you're laying naked in front of them.
- Take a shower and wash everywhere before your session. The provider isn't going to give it their best if you're smelly.
- Don't be a dick or a creep. The provider has complete control over the quality of the session, so don't make it easy for them to cut it short or provide poor service.
- Save any specifics for when you're in your session. Provider HATE discussing anything over the phone beyond a general overview, and you'll likely get hung up on.