Boston, MA Gay Massage
Boston is a very gay friendly city, also being the first state to legalize gay marriage in the US. Many gay men live in the South End of Boston, a more upscale brownstone lined neighborhood close to Boston Common. Summer, when the weather is warm, invites many outdoor activities, parties and Pride events.
Male massage therapists live all over the city and are available for post-marathon therapeutic Swedish & Deep Tissue massages. Many men may consider a great reflexology massage focusing on your feet and lower-legs, especially after a run along the Charles River or Boston Harbor. Bikes are plentiful in the city, and another good reason to spend the day seeing the sights of Boston, is to come back to your hotel to get a good massage using Aromatherapy oils.
Whether you live or visit Beantown, also known as the City on a Hill, you’ll find a very active gay lifestyle good for making friends, starting a family or being a male massage therapist in the gay community.
Area Massage Schools
The Massage School - Boston
In the gay neighborhood South End of Boston you’ll find a great hands-on massage learning program focused on creating an ethical and professional male massage business. The curriculum includes information on Anatomy and Physiology of the human body, learning about the different muscle groups and systems in the body.
Bancroft School of Massage Therapy
Massage Therapy profession and academic excellence has made this school one of the most respected massage schools in the country. Sports Massage, Hydrotherapy Massage are part of the well-planned educational coursework along with Swedish Massage techniques and Deep Tissue. Masseurs can prepare for the Massage & Bodywork License examination (MBLEx) through this school.
Elizabeth Grady School of Massage Therapy
Clinical and holistic applications of therapeutic massage. Swedish massage, deep tissue massage, sports massage, and prenatal massage. The scientific foundations of human biology, anatomy, physiology, kinesiology, and pathology are explored in depth.
LGBTQ Resources & Services
Greater Boston PFLAG
A group of Parents, Friends/Families of Lesbian And Gay people in Boston, MA. They create an environment of understanding so that the LGBTQ family members and friends can live in a world that is safe and inclusive through support, education and advocacy.
Creating change and progress in society by embracing the community’s diverse history, culture and identities, promoting community engagement and inclusivity, and striving for visibility and respect and unity. Each year a parade and festival celebrating gay men and women along with Pride Week and other diverse groups.