Xia Jun, the CEO of a housekeeping service company in Shanghai, claimed to be the first quantified breast massage therapist after three months of training from reputable provider. He is planning to promote breast-massaging service throughout China, as he thinks breast massage is a very potential market at the moment.
After Xia granted his license from the China Employment Training Technical Instruction Center at the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security, he is considering to expand breast-massage therapy throughout China by providing ‘scientist training’ for his male’s employees in 160 branches.
According to Global Time reports:
His managers had told Xia of an emerging need for breast massage on the market: New mothers have been struggling in recent years to produce enough milk for their infants.
“They don’t want to miss out on the market, but most of them are male and so are too shy to learn it, therefore Xia decided to get the training himself first.”
Why Xia only provide “breast massage training” for male employees?
From Xia’s explanation, sending his female employees for the same training would not be a wise investment, citing fears of high employee turnover after acquiring new breast-massaging techniques. He said, “if I sent female employees of the branches to be trained, each may cost me 3,000 yuan ($461.40).”
In addition, we also found a video of breast massage. The therapist is a female called Vicky, she works in Taiwan, used to be a nurse for around 10 years, and she is 30 years old. While do the massage, she needs to use a great strength to push her client’s breast, and this often caused clients get mads on her, even swear at her. But the great thing about this job is high-salary, around $1500 yuan ($231 USD) for an hour! It is almost 2-3 times more than a nursing job.
Can Xia stimulate the trend of breast massage therapy across China?
I think it will be very difficult as there is still a large number of Chinese people are very sensitive to those topic. From a breast researcher said, “there was no difference between men and women learning breast massage skills, the key problem is whether mothers are willing to accept masseurs.” Even Xia’s managers claimed new mothers are struggling in producing milk, but still lack of evidences to prove to their clients that “they should take breast massage”. Moreover, there are a lot of evidences of camouflage in China. People will start to think this is fake.
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