I've met a number of caring men through the exchange and experienced some great massages. Massages can be expensive; but this allows members to enjoy therapeutic or exciting sessions, learn new techniques, and meet some great people along the way. You can find like minded people near you and exchange a beautiful relaxing massage.
Since 1994 these groups have helped thousands of people around the world deal safely with their grief. All of our grief support groups are monitored by trained volunteers who make sure that the groups are running smoothly.Members participate when they wish and are able to, not at a set time.When one member of a group sends an email message to the group, everyone in the group receives a copy.I would recommend a membership, the cost of which is easily made up for with the number of great and free massage exchanges I have had. Since I joined, not only have I been able to get up to speed on my massage technique with regular practice on 'receive-only' volunteers but also with other trained therapists who are happy to exchange therapeutic massage and technique with you. To quote a line from that song, "Who could ask for anything more?As a qualified Swedish Massage/Shiatsu therapist of 20 years standing, whose daytime job is something completely unrelated (media producer), it hasn't been easy finding willing 'patients' to practice on over those years...until I discovered Massage Exchange last year. " I've met some wonderful people and professional therapists, some on an on-going basis, and the best thing is that the site is global so if you travel you can always find others to exchange with in different parts of the world, and hopefully make a friend in the process.