My Foot Reflexology Reviews
Had a foot massage which was excellent then went back for a full body massage. Lovely and clean with excellent service. Try and book in advance as they get very busy, more »
Came here not knowing what to expect, was pleasantly surprised both my wife and I where treated by visually impaired therapists , but the skill and attention to detail was superior to my own local... more »
This review is for the Chinese FRONT OFFICE Female personnel. I called and asked for my usual masseur and was told that he is not in. I asked for someone who does a similar style of massage and was told that she cannot make any recommendation because she has to be fair to her therapists. Fairness is good and it sounds good right? EXCEPT this is the VERY EXACT SAME PERSON who told my friend sometime back that each of the masseur they have is very individual with an area of specialty and that it is important for her to know what my friend was looking for so that she can ensure she assigns a masseur who is a proper match for my friend's needs. People go for massages because they have a certain pain which they want alleviated and would like to be recommended someone who is better for working in that area. To draw an analogy, it is like a lucky draw- you may have a a bad cough but if the dentist is next in line, then you will be assigned a dentist to treat your cough because it is fair. I tried explaining to her that I needed someone who was better at working on the shoulders but she was SO UNRESPONSIVE that I gave up. So, my question is - What is the philosophy that the company subscribes to? Actually, that is my question to that lady in the front as well. Fairness to the therapists OR doing looking after the well being of the person seeking relief from pain and doing what is good for the person who needs the therapy.
With due respect to the elderly masseuse, surely the most ineffective Indian massage I’ve ever had !
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