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9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
A nice, kind man, I believe, BUT:
Hardly a massage. Michael was constantly on his cell phone during the session, responding to texts, and two "unknown caller" messages. The "2 min. rests" were more like 5 min delays in my case, his 20 or so touches rarely lasted even 20 seconds each -- definitely less than 10 min of total time in actual touch.
I personally felt "abandoned" by his constant cell phone preoccupation.
It was horrible. I should've walked away when I saw where the massage table was set up. It was in a back room that looks as though it had been used for storage and painting. There were boxes and clutter stacked up against the walls and underneath the massage table. The rug that was under the massage table had lots of animals fur on it. But as I was in a lot of pain I decided to give him a chance as he seemed like a nice old guy. His technique leaves a lot to be desired. He sits down every four minutes for 2 to 3 minutes under the guise of giving the body time to heal. He played on his cell phone every time. Not enough pressure and I was not relieved of my pain at all. And to top it all off I ended up with a horrible contact dermatitis rash because clearly his hands were not cleaned and he touched my face and ears. I regret this and I honestly think I should be getting my money back. Do not book this man!
From Our Editors
Somatic Touch takes a different approach to healing. The bodywork includes gentle, rolling touches over tendons and muscles, creating an energetic vibration that rebalances the entire body. Sessions also include two-minute pauses, during which your body relaxes and shifts back to its natural state of wellbeing, teaching the body to self-heal. Somatic Touch can also help Deeply relaxing, undoing low back, neck and shoulder strain and pain.