Sad to say, after the staff change, the overall experience now is not comparable to how it used to be. The staff was nice enough. But I think it is fair to say that it wasn’t really a massage. My body can’t feel that it has had a massage, as none of the knots were properly addressed—there was either hard press on the joints, or scratches on the muscle. The pressure was uneven and seldom right. The therapist didn’t ask about how much pressure I wanted, and she asked me to turn around on the table myself without holding up the towel for me (which is a very common thing that happened in every of my previous massages). The electric blanket that used to be on every time before the staff change was not in use at all. I used to enjoy having it “massaging” my front when the therapist worked on my back. because the bed wasn’t warm as how it used to be, I was feeling cold pretty much the whole time. She did turn on the heating for me for a while, but it didn’t seem to work properly. In the end, which was supposed to be a hot towel treatment, she wiped my body with a very, VERY rough towel which I can only understand if it were an skin exfoliation treatment. No more water provided, no more warm reminders about drinking lots of water after the massage to improve circulation.
I hope that there’s still some therapists have stayed after the staff change, otherwise I don’t think I’ll come back for more treatments.