I purchased the bath and massage voucher through Livingsocial.com and was supposed to have my appointment today. I opted just to have the massage. Upon arriving I was asked to fill out a Health questionnaire which I completed accurately. I was then greeted by the masseuse, Theresa, and she took me to the room. We went over my questionnaire, stated that I was "healthy" and she left me to prepare for the massage. She returned, and began the massage, my nose started to run, I sniffed and she asked if I was ok? I said yes and she asked if I had allergies or a head cold? I replied that I may be coming down with a head cold. I had no idea what a debacle this would become. She said oh, you didn't put that on your health form. I felt no reason to as I was not feeling ill in any way. My nose began to run when I was placed face down on the massage table. I apparently was showing no signs of being ill since she had no problem proceeding with my massage after greeting me in the lobby and speaking to me in the room. She immediately excused herself, then returned and again repeated you didn't put this on your health form. She then stated that it's not good for you or me, as I cannot work on customers if I get sick and I'm going to have to ask you to leave. She left me to get dressed. I was handed my livingsocial.com voucher back by the girl at the front desk and told to reschedule within the first 2 weeks of October if I was feeling better. If this is a common practice for the spa then they should make clients aware at the time they schedule appointments that IF they should feel like they are coming down with an illness to cancel their appointments immediately. I would not have wasted my time this morning waiting for my appointment and driving to your establishment to be embarrassed by the Masseuse and asked to leave because I came down with a slight case of the sniffles.
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