About this Business
8:00 AM - 6:30 PM
The Doctor was good, not pushy. The massage was good, however, the women who gave me the massage needs a little better manners with her customers.
This Groupon switched locations on me after the previous closed down. I was not told that parking was $20 on site or free a few block's walk away. (on Rodeo fyi). They have you do a mandatory evaluation with the Dr. before the massage, where he sells you an adjustment.... My massage was cut short because of parking, to 35 mins after I had arrived 30 mins early for paperwork! staff was friendly and massage was ok, very repetitive (20+ strokes on each side of neck, 30 back-forth knuckles in low back, etc...) decent deal for massage, 35 mins for $45+tip.
It was beautiful, clean and lovely staff
Not relaxing. Deep tissue was too intense and not what I came there for.
The visit included a consultation which was a bunch of sales pitch. It went over towards my massage starting time for 20 minutes and they did not even add back the time to my session. The masseur said there was another client after me, and had to end "on time." They also said their 60-min massage is 50 minutes with changing times, like other professional places. I basically ended up getting a 30-35 massage and it was a rush. Groupon needs to take it down as the merchant is advertising it falsely.
The "massage" was horrible. The therapist doesn't know how to follow instructions. I would have been better off w/just having heat pads placed on my body. A total waste of money. I left the office aching. To think the therapist had a tip bowl on display as if she was worthy of anything besides the fact that she should listen to requests.
I bought a Groupon for 3 massages, so I went there a few times, and all 3 the massage was horrible! I specifically asked my masseuse to focus on specific areas, however she completely ignored my request and at the end simply said the massage was over, without even having worked on the part of my body which I requested.
Also, the Groupon says it's an hour-long massage, however when you get there you find out that the massage is actually 50 minutes.
In addition, the whole area did not have a relaxing feel to it all.
It's not a 60 minute massage it's only 50 minutes and in that 50 minutes you also have to see their chiropractor which leave you with a 40 massage. They require you to see their chiropractor even though it's not written in the fine print or part of the deal
I did not love the massage, but did find the chiropractors to be quite knowledgeable, and would go back for their services.
This is more a chiropractic office seeking new
clients than a spa .. a nice young chiropractor
spent the first 10 min. trying to get me as a
new patient, then I received only 40 mins. of
a very disappointing massage. The room
appeared unpleasant and the sheets were not
white, or cotton, which made it all appear
unclean to me. I never had such a short massage (and I get them often). Not a very pleasant experience for me.
From Our Editors
While Health Atlast's wellness offerings range from acupuncture to osteopathic manipulation, all of the services have one thing in common: they are always focused on the clients first. The professional staff works with each individual to determine the best forms of treatment, whether that's massage therapy, nutritional counseling, therapeutic exercises and stretches, or joint injections.