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Females have Colonic by Male Therapist... Your view?


bjohnny
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Hello,

My name is Johnny and for the past 7 years my main run of work has been sport injury massage. Being a big fan of Colonic Hydrotherapy myself I'm considering training to become a CH therapist. My only worry is being male therapist would this put women off having a colonic with me?

So basicall my question to all you women out there, if you was going to have a colonic would you prefer male, female or would it not bother you.

One word answers welcome too.

Johnny

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Patchouli
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I was taught by a guy and had a treatment from him on my course He was brilliant The centre I did my training at had a male therapist too, no problems as far as I know/

There was a guy on my course too and ARCH was set up by males 25 years ago (Milo Siewart who still practices although he must be well into his 70's)

Patchouli

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Delighted
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Hi bjohnny,

No, it didn't put me off. Or my husband who was far more concerned about something going up his bum rather than who put it there!

Good luck in your training if you decide to do it!

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Tashanie
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If I felt I needed anything like that it wouldn't put me off just because it would be done by a man.

However I can imagine some ladies of y age might be a little more concerned. But I think people will find the right therapist for THEM

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strent78
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When I was researching colonics in Exeter a number of years ago, the female nurse I had arranged to see sold her business to a man. I did not go, I'm afraid. That said, I did contact him and sound him out, try to see if I could "work" with him. Unfortunately, he did not make me feel at ease, and so I left it, at the time believing that my decision was based on him being a man.

On the other hand, years later, I found a female therapist in Exeter, and contacted her. Similarly to the man, she did not put me at ease in our initial communications, so I left it. It could be that it was simply the manner of the therapist, and not their sex, which put me off undergoing such an intimate treatment with them.

Last year, I found a female therapist in a town a train journey from Exeter, and she did put me at ease, so I made the journey to her, rather than my more local therapist. Having now had the treatment, I would definitely say that whoever the therapist, their initial role is to ensure that you are comfortable with them at first contact. As a female, I think this is especially true if I were considering a male therapist.

You've reminded me, I must take that train journey again, and have another treatment!

Good luck:)

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Patchouli
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When I was researching colonics in Exeter a number of years ago, the female nurse I had arranged to see sold her business to a man. I did not go, I'm afraid. That said, I did contact him and sound him out, try to see if I could "work" with him. Unfortunately, he did not make me feel at ease, and so I left it, at the time believing that my decision was based on him being a man.

On the other hand, years later, I found a female therapist in Exeter, and contacted her. Similarly to the man, she did not put me at ease in our initial communications, so I left it. It could be that it was simply the manner of the therapist, and not their sex, which put me off undergoing such an intimate treatment with them.

Last year, I found a female therapist in a town a train journey from Exeter, and she did put me at ease, so I made the journey to her, rather than my more local therapist. Having now had the treatment, I would definitely say that whoever the therapist, their initial role is to ensure that you are comfortable with them at first contact. As a female, I think this is especially true if I were considering a male therapist.

You've reminded me, I must take that train journey again, and have another treatment!

Good luck:)

A lot of people who call me have called other places and said the same thing. Something about the therapist or receptionist put them off.

Often it is that they have been told they need more than one treatment and have to do block bookings (fallacy) or the person hasn't been able to explain things well enough (usually reception staff).

Patchouli

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