By Courtney W. May Cal Simmons recently brought to my attention Mr. Mohammed Bendraoua. Recently profiled in "Under Pressure" from Daily Candy, Mr. Bendraoua is famous for his luxury service and travel schedule. What does he do? His card states that he is a global 'relaxiologue' nomad. Traveling between New York, Paris, Milan and London-- he brings to you his bed, candles, iPod, and famous hands. The Oct 8, 2005 New York Times article "France's Trendy 'Relaxiologue'" states:
Mohammed Bendraoua spends several months of the year following the fashion circuit and handling the undressed bodies of the personnel responsible for telling the rest of the world what to wear. Mr. Bendraoua's card calls him a "relaxiologue," which translated liberally means masseur, although one who uses a variety of techniques to restore equilibrium. The method that has made him one of the better-kept secrets of the fashion circuit is an unorthodox melange of Eastern and Western therapeutic techniques, married to an instinct for restoring bodies contorted by permanent jet lag and a willingness to work weird hours. A massage from Mr. Bendraoua typically lasts three times as long as a psychotherapy session, but with faster results.But now you have the chance to get in on the deal: Mr. Mohammed Bendraoua can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or +00 33 6 13 21 39 79.