Boulder >Massage > Bodywork Bistro
Best Drop-In massage in Boulder. I have dropped in numerous times to 11th and Spruce and of course at Whole Foods. I can't believe how often I get someone who really intuits what I need and helps me to keep playing tennis. Karl is really good and Ayla is the latest massage therapist to help me. Karl loosened up a shoulder that was nearly locked up-- 20 minutes and I was playing again, when I thought I might have to take a couple of weeks off. Ayla has great intuition for a therapist. I really appreciate how much she helped me and I will be going back soon. It is the best in town and they have been voted Best of Boulder. Also, they rarely have much of a wait, and they serve tea and have a nice quiet atmosphere while you wait. Simply the Best!!!
horrible massage rude owner david goetz.
Where to begin? Therapist who smelled like gym socks! Cheap ambiance...and worst of all the owner, David was talking about the manager Tim who apparently had a green tea problem and spends the company's money on
the owners credit card. I was appalled at this disregard for my presence and the lack of respect for the massage I purchased. I would like to owners to hear this: When I honor your business with my money, then please respect the sanctity of what you sell and what i bought. Leave your irritations in prayer and get back to the business! Namaste my students!!
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