Do I even need to give him a star a all???
I'm pretty sure these good reviews are either from fake accounts or people who don't know what a real massage should be like. I bought the deal on livingsocial...ended up getting 2 coupons (based on these reviews)
Went in for my first appointment. The actual place is a shack, run down little building, arriving there, he told me that "the people that bought the deal online better enjoy it because it's the last time he would do such a thing". Well...for 15 mins was talk, then he massaged like 40 mins on a specific area. Which in my clock says 5 mins short of what I paid for, but he said, that's all I can do. Well, I had a second appointment, since I had bought 2 coupons so I figured I'd let that be. Comes the day for my second appointment, he canceled it 10 mins before, then we rescheduled. OK, second appointment day, I drove form across town, knocked at the shack's door, he wasn't there, called, he didn't answer phone, emailed and waited a bit nothing.... I finally came home, and sent email asking for a refund. He replied but he didn't even apologized. I'm dealing directly with living social now to get my refund. I would stay AWAY from him, and quite honestly am puzzled with the reviews here ( that made me buy the damn coupons in first place). Do NOT be fooled, return it before you have a bad experience like me, it was a waste of time, money and gave me negative vibe. I have massages every 2 weeks or so, I have had probably some 50 massages from some at least 10 people. His ranked in the bottom for sure. Hope this helps some of you who are lucky enough to read this before choosing a massage place.