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By: Josh C.
Freedom Rock Chip
New location on overland and cole!call 2089170066Free mobile repair and replacementlook forward to your phone callJosh
By: Meredith F.
For the Love of Art & Massage
Wow!! I went in for a post-natal massage and was very specific about what areas I needed help with. Miranda concentrated on those areas with a combo of deep tissue massage and cupping. She didn't waste time and got strait to the pain relief! Next time I'm in town, I will definitely book with her again! Fantastic!
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By: Lee B.
Relaxation Station Theraputic Massage
Katie knows how to find the kinks and loosen them. She's gentle and knowledgeable and priced just right. It's always a pleasurable experience.
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By: Noelle P.
Family Landscape
Abysmal customer service. Called and was abruptly told "We don't have time to fit you in." When I indicated I could wait a few weeks, I was rudely told "I don't have a calendar, I'll just have to get back to you." Thanks.
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By: Jon H.
Elk Ridge Landscaping LLC
mediocre service, terrible attitude.
By: Claire B.
Pure Serenity Yoga
A great place to get you fix on yoga. I love that they have a great studio for every activity that there is so it won’t be distracting for other people.
By: scott1000
Yoga Center Boise
We went regularly to the Boise Yoga Center prior to 2005 - when we moved out of town. My wife was not a fan of Vicki's attitude and style, however I did not mind toot much. Since we returned to town - I have left several phone messages (you never get a live person) asking for a return call to answer some questions and get started again. No return call . . . ever. I believe that is unacceptable and will keep my money to use at a different place. It is sad that common courtesy cannot be found here. BTW, my wife is pleased I have decided to join her elsewhere anyway.
By: Rachael W.
Massage Journey
I have been going to private yoga sessions with Anita for the past year and have averaged one hot stone massage per month. Anita is highly intuitive when it comes to assessing the services that will best benefit her clients. I suffer from migraines and have gone to do yoga several times when my head was bothering me. Anita always adjusts the plan for our session to incorporate practices that will help elevate my headache such as breathing, meditation, stretching, massaging my head and Reiki. Getting hot stone massages has also been a wonderful treat that I wish I could afford to do on a weekly basis. If you are looking for a great massage therapist and private yoga instructor to add to your self-care regimen, I highly recommend Anita at Massage Journey.
By: Lynn P.
Massage Journey
I have been taking private yoga lessons from Anita for about a year. After some major back surgery, I had to take a break from yoga, so I am having hot stone massages instead. Like many massage thereapists, Anita uses hot stones in her hands after having done an initial part of the session with her bare hands. But then she goes further by putting the stones on spots that her hands have already identified as being in need of special attention. It's like having customized mini-heating pads on your body! They are incredibly relaxing, and they make such a difference in the outcome. Although it might sound strange, my favorite part is when she turns the stones that she is using on my face to their edges and continues the facial masssage. I leave the sessions not only relaxed, but feeling better than I have in days.
By: laura.r.palm
Buzz Baker General Contracting
We bought a new property and had some ideas but couldn't quite tie it all together. Buzz was great and helped us turn our ideas and dreams into reality. From a subterranean well/pump house, to a new driveway, to a top-of-the-line irrigation system. There is nothing that the Buzz Baker Team can't do.
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