Many myths and tales exist about what occurs in a massage parlor. Owners of parlors frequently make the assertion that their businesses offer certified massage therapy.
But how can a person differentiate between a legal and an illegal massage parlor?
Suzan Makula Nantaba, a fiancée of House of Prayer Ministries’ lead pastor, Aloysius Bugingo, has shared her first time at a massage parlour.
Makula says it was a nice experience, and she claims that the masseuse was professional.
According to Makula, she was one of those who feared going to the massage parlour because of the “nasty” stories she used to hear.
However, her friends convinced her to visit the parlour and get a full-body massage, something she accepted.
“When we reached the place, we met a lady who looked a bit old, and I asked my friend, “Are you serious we are going to do massage?” because according to the stories I used to hear, I didn’t expect to find an old person working in such a place,” said Makula.
She narrated that they were shown a room to change their clothes, and because it was her first time visiting such a place, she followed a friend’s guidance.
Makula said that her friend told her to undress all her clothes, which she did, though she felt shy.
“We were given disposable knickers, and I asked the person who was going to work on me, Why have you given such a short thing?” Makula explained.
“The person revealed to me that they massage every part of the body, so clients are dressed in short attire,” she added.
She admitted to enjoying the massages.
“The person who worked on me was so professional, nothing strange or bad happened to me,” she said.