Posh is more like a factory than a spa in that they are a constant hotspot of activity, and the employees crunch through tons of clients per day. Pedicures are somewhat isolated for a little more relaxation but manicures are in a traditionally crowded atmosphere. Same with the salon portion, you have to walk through it to get to the small waiting room for spa services. The receptionists are also pretentious and rude, as if they couldn't be bothered to help you with any requests because they are so busy. Even though there are about 3 of them at any given time working the front desk. Don't think you can come in for a walk-in no matter what time on a weekday it is. The place is crazy popular.
Despite these inconveniences, the facial I had here was amazing. Delicate products were used for my facial, so no burning or tingling for me, and the esthetician I had did a wonderful job with a delicate touch. It was a very calming experience (until I left the spa in the back and returned to the front desk).