Goa Massage

Where are you located?
 
This service is available in and around the city of Goa, in the country of India. 

 
 
Do I have to visit your parlour for the massage?
No, I provide the massage in a hotel room or at your office or residence. 


What is the duration of the massage?

Description 

Duration 

All body Massage(long session) 

2 hours 

All body massage (general) 

1 hour 

All body stroking 

45 mins 

Head & Neck massage 

30 mins 

Back massage 

45 mins 

Foot massage 

30 mins 

 
 
 
What is your privacy policy?

This is a discreet service. Complete confidentiality is maintained no matter who the client, whether celebrity or complete stranger. No personal questions are asked. Feel free to ask me any questions you may have. All correspondence is handled strictly by Sohail himself. 

 
What if I am not completely satisfied?

 

 

I believe I offer the best massage service in the world and that is why I offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee. If you are not completely satisfied, you pay nothing; and any advance collected from you is refunded in full, no questions asked. 

You can say “No” at any stage : 
You can open the door, take one look at me and if you don’t like what you see, simply say “good bye” and shut the door, and I will turn around and walk away, no questions asked. This has happened to me once before; the client explained later (she hired me again) that I reminded her of her son’s friend.
Even if you do invite me into the room, before we start the session, we will first talk. I will be seated on the couch/chair (fully clothed) and you can ask me any questions you have about the massage (for as long as you wish). After you get all the answers, you can then say that you don’t wish to go ahead, and I’ll say goodbye and walk away, no questions asked. This has never happened to me yet, but there’s always a first time, and I will gladly accept a client’s cancellation, if she’s not comfortable for whatever reason. 

After the massage is done, if you did not enjoy it 100% you can say so, and I’ll say goodbye and walk away, without accepting your payment, and no questions asked. 

 
I’ve never had a massage. What can I expect?
Before your massage I will ask you about your health history. The information provided will help me determine what is going on with your body. Then, I will begin by discussing any questions or concerns you may have about massage and what you hope to gain from the session, whether it be relief from aches and pains or just relaxation. I will also ask if there are any areas you would like me to focus on or areas to avoid in order to meet your particular needs. 

 
 
 
Do I have to get naked?
You should undress to whatever level you feel comfortable. Your modesty will never be compromised. During the massage, you will be properly draped at all times to keep you warm and comfortable. Only the area being massaged will be uncovered, and those parts of your body generally considered private are left covered at all times and not worked on. You never have to do anything you are not fully comfortable with. 

 
Will oil or lotion be used?
Oil or lotion is used during massage to prevent excessive friction on the skin and to provide a smooth, soothing glide. I use only the highest quality of natural, scented, unscented, and hypoallergenic professional massage oils and lotions. I carry both, aromatic and unscented oils. Please let me know before your session which kind would you like me to work with. 

 
 
When should I NOT get a massage?
If you are taking medication or have a specific condition that you are concerned about, you should inform me before your massage. I can not give you any medical advice, and clearly you do not want to aggravate an underlying medical condition or pass anything contagious to the therapist. If you have a serious or chronic medical condition, including but not limited to cancer, cardiovascular conditions or heart disease, thrombosis, phlebitis, edema, fractures, severe acute back pain, fever infections or contagious diseases, or you have concerns of any kind, always check with your doctor before proceeding with a massage session.During massage, pressure should not be applied under or over varicose veins or directly over infected skin or bruises. Massage on abdomen, legs and feet is best avoided during the first three months of pregnancy when the risk of miscarriage is highest; always check with your doctor if you are pregnant. Massage should not be performed on any injury while it is in the acute stage—at least for the first 48 to 72 hours. Additionally, as long as an injury is swollen, it is probably better not to massage it. However, massage around the injury site can increase circulation to the area and speed healing time. I will work with your doctor and/or physical therapist to determine a strategic plan for rehabilitative massage to speed your recovery.

 
 
What about cleanliness?
My commitment to you is to help you face your day and week with a sense of well being, relaxation, and serenity. And as a respect to me and to you, I recommend that before you come to your session you should take a quick shower. Cleanliness is what you expect from me and I expect from you. Also it is much better and easier to work in a clean environment. 

 
 
 
 
    

What should I do during the massage?
Breathe deeply and regularly. The more you breathe, the more likely you are to reap the benefits of massage. Try not to engage in conversation. Talking, except for communicating with me about pressure, boundaries, etc. can distract you. You are more than welcome to ask me not to talk to you as well. Take occasional sips of water. During the massage you will release toxins into your bloodstream. This could be a little disagreeable a few hours after the massage. Drinking water will flush the toxins out of your system. If you have special needs or expectations, make sure you clearly communicate them to me. 

 
 
              

I would like you to massage my girlfriend, and I would like to watch.
During the FIRST massage session only the client and the masseur (which is me) will be in the room. This is for my security. After I get to know you, during subsequent sessions, a companion of the client can be present in the room for watching. 

If you’re concerned for the security of your girlfriend, you’re welcome to have a chat with me before the massage session, either in a coffee shop or in the hotel lobby or even inside the room before the massage session begins. 

 
 
Can I talk to you to set up an appointment for my wife/girlfriend?
I only talk to the woman taking the massage. Please provide a number for me to speak to her directly. If a man answers my phone call, I disconnect and don’t call that number again. Sorry if that sounds rude, but I have to do that because the internet has too many pranksters and men who insist on hiring me even though I do not accept male clients. If your wife or girlfriend is not confident enough to talk to me directly, I humbly suggest you do not hire me. 

 
 
Do you provide female massage therapists?
I regret I do not.





8 comments to Goa Massage

  • VAIBHAV  says:

    M/35 here on off tour 2 goa. Need to have rejunavate session of massage . Placed in hotel located at Porvorim.

  • Elegan  says:

    I want full body to body massage …:)

  • Rekha  says:

    I am from Kolkata and I shall be visiting Goa with my husband in April,2014 and planning to stay near Aguada beach.

    I need a good relaxation massage for an hour. Please send me the complete details.

    Regards,
    Rekha

  • novo  says:

    I am coming to Goa on 26 feb would require a massage by a female. Can you tell rates and availability. My location is near Baga.
    ThankS!

  • Abdu  says:

    I will visit Goa in april and i want relax and have fin there
    Do you provide B2B and extra??
    How much will be?
    How much will be in my hotel?

  • nagesh  says:

    can u send rates and photos

  • Swati Nayak  says:

    like to know about the massage

  • Swapnil  says:

    I want erotic massage and hot message for full body including private space by female. plz reply on my mail ID.

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