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Member Reviews (2)
- Lucky FeetMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodiesBackpackers+ 1First to ReviewNov 07, 2013
For $17 an hour session... I have absolutely no complaints. At such a cheap price, don't except the frills and privacy. You walk into a tiny reception area and then right behind are about 20 'tables' separated by a divider down the middle of the room. Bathrooms in the back.
You start with soaking your feet in warm water while they give you a shoulder massage. You then move to a lying down position. They do some more of their magic and then.....
Girls, you will be asked to take off your bra and/or your shirt. If you are uncomfortable with it, just tell them you want to keep your shirt on. Remember, there are no curtains.
I also have to warn that this wasn't exactly feet reflexology specializing place. My aunt explained that reflexology can also be found in points along the spine. Which was where most of the massage was focused on.
Great hours and usually always availability! Can't beat that with great prices and a decent parking lot. Highly recommended for that quick pick me up massage.
- Lucky FeetMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 7First to ReviewJul 12, 2012
$20 an hour? Hell yes... not as thorough as a true massage but it'll do when you're in a pinch and just need some time to decompress. And you're in luck when you're a guy, since I would highly suggest removing your shirt... makes it all that much better of an experience. Just dont stare at the other patrons surrounding you. Close your eyes and go to sleep... and snore like me.