One reason why men go for massage is that they want an intimate connection. Connection is intangible. Massage physicalizes it. It's the connection that fulfils, not the mechanical motions [especially with women who go through the motions for the money and know nothing about massage]. Caring touch and countertransference of clean energy are the healing therapeutic aspects of any intimate connection. A massage is thus highly valuable, because it removes the pressure of strangers being intimate in forced circumstances, yet offers totally natural intimacy which heals and can even arouse. Being pampered by a stranger is a liberating experience if the pampering is done well and if you feel that the masseuse does it to heal, not to get paid. A man will leave the massage with a much bigger smile on the face and in the heart than he would a "massage" = commercial sex.
Plus, corporate, business, and even retired life takes it out of the body and mind. That is why regular massages are immensely beneficial moments to look forward to. Of course, provided that the massage is real and administered with care, expertise, and dignity.
Ads on these sites promise this combination, but rarely deliver it. Advertisers use the word massage as legal disguise for not always legal activities that have nothing to do with massage, and a man looking for massage has a job distinguishing which ad advertises it. How does a man surfing these ads choose where to go? Read what's written in ads, visit advertisers' official sites, go with the intuition. Your intuition is your best and only guide to making the right decision.
I've written about the types and benefits of massage on the why else page of my official site. Your intuition probably tells you that this ad is different. So if you're a professional man over 35, more evidence awaits you 247 on
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Holistic Massage with Aromatherapy may not always be available at the specified times.