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pamela s.
Report | 9 days ago
Not a traditional massage place. They do have private rooms for certain sessions. Others are in one big room, shared by others. It was not uncomfortable at all.
Carol R.
Report | 11 days ago
A great foot massage and head, neck, arms, legs, exceeded my expectations. I will definitely go back for more!
Laurie P.
Report | 13 days ago
Maybe not so deep ... At times it hurt a little ... But I will come back for sure !!
Nicole H.
Report | 18 days ago
They are awesome! :)
Dwayne R.
Report | 22 days ago
Make sure you wear comfortable clothes no jeans or regular t-shirt or tennis shoes but a great experience
Claudia B.
Report | 22 days ago
Relax and wear comfortable clothes
Lea D.
Report | a month ago
Communicate issues to front desk before you enter the massage room as there are language barriers to overcome. Thorough job done.
Rachel I.
Report | a month ago
Ask for Cindy. She's amazing.
Rachel S.
Report | a month ago
This is a fully clothed massage in a community room. They offer private room massages also for swedish or deep tissue.
Jalysa D.
Report | a month ago
Great service!
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Eastern practice merges with Western techniques at Happy Head Foot Reflexology and Massage, not just in the d?cor but also in the offered massage services. Here, therapists foster a meditative state with massages that incorporate reflexology on the head or feet or yoga-style stretches as in Thai massage. Clients rest their eyes in dimly -lit community rooms outfitted with modern de?cor and Asian touches, such as orchids floating in glass tubes, a towering Buddha statue, and live plants. These touches form an inviting space that?s as relaxing as listening to a tape of Robert Loggia repeating murmuring relaxing mantras such as, "The last slice of pizza is all yours."

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