The numinous (Latin numen, “spirit”) in which the Other (i.e., the transcendent) appears as the mysterium tremendum et fascinates.
My massage work is meditative and hypnotic, therapeutic, and serene. It’s that surreal in-between state that you may have experienced laying down to nap, as you drift off, just before you fall completely asleep. What I do is conduct that dreamlike state, painting mind-scapes through sense activation. The mind is to focus on the breath, the ambient music, and the varying pressure and dynamic motions of my hands, which are explicitly synched with the spatial characteristics and shifting moods of the carefully chosen ambient music I play. The music is not simply resting as a backdrop to a massage; it is intentional sound sensation, and thus integral to the experience as a whole. An awareness of these things can take a few moments of clearing the mind. When thoughts arrive in the mind, they are let go through refocusing on the aforementioned elements. This practice is one of my art forms.
I use a heated table in a smoke-free work space. I mix my own massage oil using an organic base oil and only the finest essential oils (Doterra). Clean linens are always used.
Every client is treated with the utmost respect, from the time they walk in, during the session, to the time they leave.
Open your mind, and your senses will follow...
I do m4m massage - I serve gay, straight, bi, curious.
Hope to see you soon! :)
I'm an artist, designer, thinker, believer in humanity. Constantly reflecting on the world, myself, and my place in it. My reflections, outlook, and behavior is reminiscent of Zen.
At the age of 17 I began my studies in the mind/body connection. This included both meditation and bodywork, amongst other things. I'm 37 now, and over the course of 1000+ sessions, have finessed these elements into a unique style of massage.
I love what I do, and enjoy taking people to the places I've discovered in my mind and senses.
I've been working on writing a massage book about my philosophy on massage, and my technique. Here is a teaser:
There is little to compare to a massage; it’s direct tactile impressions, where the masseuse gives 100%, and the receiver receives 100%. This interaction is unique in our society, where even an embrace is rare. This is no doubt important as human beings, but it doesn’t get at the experience of completely letting go. In this book I not only wish to provide my massage technique, but also edify people on the philosophy of how, and why this is important.
- Enigmatic Sensations: The Divinity of Touch