There are two ways of looking at this scenario. Number 1: you’re so relaxed that your body just happens to do that. It’s a normal reaction for a healthy male when their central nervous system is calm and chill. We simply ignore it. Besides, we aren’t doing any kind of work directly in that vicinity that would cause such a reaction. And while it can be embarrassing, we are trained professionals and know that there is a small chance it could happen.
Now on the other end of the spectrum is number 2: Where you visit our office because somewhere in the deep recesses of your mind you think that we offer such a service to take care of such a thing. In which case, brute force may be involved to get you off of our table and out of our office as quickly and swiftly as possible and the authorities will be notified. So, don’t be that guy. You don’t want to ruin your name and we don’t want you ruining our day and careers.
And on that note, human trafficking is a huge problem in the massage industry. The massage therapy workforce is comprised of mainly female sole proprietors, creating a double vulnerability in their potential to experience sexual harassment, so even joking about these things is frowned upon. So just don’t.