The work we do demands a high degree of sensibility from all involved and always entails a certain risk of stepping over personal or external boundaries. With this in mind, mutual respect is vital.
It is in the nature of things that a certain intimacy arises during our massages. Under these circumstances, it is easy for emotions to come to the surface which, in turn, may trigger the desire to want to give something in return by way of physical contact.
Of course there is a certain latitude for tender, good-natured contact such as holding hands, hugging or gentle stroking. This type of contact is generally tolerated by our studio. However, it is important to respect the personal boundaries of your masseuse/masseur at all times. A dismissive reaction should be respected as such, and a verbal denial must be accepted immediately.
Touching the genital area of the person giving the massage will not be tolerated under any circumstances.
Generally, we recommend that you shy away from initiating any physical contact. During the massage, try to give yourself over to the skilled hands of your masseuse/masseur and revel in the tingling sensation as it spreads throughout your body – in the knowledge that, for once, you do not have to give or do anything and can simply lie back and relax as the experience washes over you.