Under No Circumstances
Under no circumstances do I perform any kind of massage even remotely associated with sexual massage, ever. Any comments and/or behaviors that are sexually inappropriate or degrogatory comments will prompt me to immediately terminate the session and charge in full for that appointment. I am licensed by the Missouri Board Of Therapeutic Massage as a Licensed Massage Therapist and run my practice with the utmost professional respect for my clients as well as myself. Draping is the law, using a sheet or towel.
Questions I ask when you call are;
Please call 1 hour in advance. Thank you, Namaste.
314-750-0452 New Number
I graduated in 2006 with my Massage Diploma in hand and in 2008 obtained my Associates Degree for Occupational Studies/Applied Science with training in Shiatsu & Sports massage. I'm now also incorporating Thai Massage/Stretching with Sports massage and deep tissue.
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