Went here based on reviews, word of mouth, location...and as an experienced massage therapist I had high hopes for this place. I took my sister who recently returned from Thailand where she received daily Thai massage and had a good idea of traditional skills. What we both got was a lot of rubbing and acupressure with very little traditional stretching** which blew my mind because that's what Thai Massage is all about!!! Both therapists lacked anatomical knowledge to manipulate muscles correctly and I was bruised the next day. On top of it all, there was construction next door and we heard jackhammers, drills, pounding during the entire session!! Very Disappointing!! Everyone was polite and sweet, but traditional this was not. There's a whole lot more to Thai therapy than a bunch of oil poured on your back ,and this place didn't seem to have the training to execute the movements properly. For true outstanding Thai try Elyse Briggs for a private session (Yoga at the Village)---- Thai Sabai doesn't even come close.
Pros: Nice place, didn't use baby oil, pretty decor
Cons: Inexperienced therapists, not enough stretching WAY too much rubbing and acupressure