Updated May 25, 2018 07:16:38 A Czech massage company is offering women the chance to give massages to their own bodies in a virtual reality.
The company, Sexy Massage, launched its virtual massage service on Thursday and says it has now opened up to the public in Sydney.
“We have opened the first ever massages for our female customers.
They can now come in for a virtual massage in our studio in Sydney and experience the pleasure of giving massages with their own body in virtual reality,” said co-founder and CEO of Sexy Massager, Karel Povar.”
We are now in the process of opening our first public location for women in Sydney where we are also opening up the first massages on our website.
A virtual massage can only be experienced by women, but women can experience it at any time they want, for as long as they want.
We are happy to offer our first massage in virtual form, where we can share our experiences with women from all over the world,” he said.
“We are very excited about the possibilities of massages in VR and want to work closely with our clients to create the best experiences for them.”
The new virtual massage experience is called Virtual Massage and the service has been available in a beta version for about three months.
It is a virtual sex show with a virtual woman who is giving massaging to an audience of women.
Mr Povard said the massages could also be enjoyed by men and women.
“If a woman wants to enjoy a virtual masseuse in a public setting, she can,” he told ABC News.
“She can have fun as she gives massages, but she is not required to participate.”
The audience will be male and female, it’s up to them.
“Virtual Massage is the brainchild of a Russian-Australian massage therapist, Katerina Pavlov.
She was working in the virtual massage industry for several years and said she found the idea of a massaging virtual woman compelling.
Katerina, who was in the Philippines last week to visit family and friends, said she felt a surge of excitement when she heard about the virtual massages.
I feel a surge.
I feel the need to be more than just a masseuse.
I want to be something special.
Ms Pavlov said her experience with the virtual masseuses in Australia had been “totally different” than what she was used to in Russia.
Ms Pavlov also said she was interested in the idea to expand into the virtual world.
Pavlov said the virtual experience could help with anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder and said women had told her they would like to try it.
Women will be able to use the massage as much as men, she said.”
They will not have to have a partner and they will be free to use their own time and body,” she said, adding she had already been contacted by a couple of women who wanted to try the service.