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By: Dantel M.
Body Oasis
I really like the massage , I felt so good , I was relax and comfortable, and I like clean sheets at here Here is a nice place , I would come back
By: lizislisa
Body Oasis
I requested a deep tissue massage with back walking on the phone and made an appointment. When I got there, they told me they didn't walk on the back but could do something comparable. The woman spent about 40 minutes rubbing my upper body and dedicated about 10 minutes to putting her knees on my back. Then she asked me if I wanted to pay another $32 dollars (totaling $100) so she could do my lower body. I agreed to 10 more minutes but fell asleep so she massaged for 30 minutes. I guess it was my mistake because every other hour long massage I've ever had was total body and I assumed this would be too. I didn't realize I needed to ask for a whole body massage when I'm on a table. She also shorted me 5 minutes and was upset I wasn't paying entirely in cash.
By: lupe.laird
Tranquil Healing
Talk about relaxing!! Will go back!
By: dlstoo
Matthew Harter LMT
This was the best massage I have ever had. For the first time in years I am pain-free from sciatica. Matthew is very kind and professional. He has a new client for life!
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