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Review: Linda at Ardmore Reflexology


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Messages: 7
Reviews: 2
Lena is very attractive. I went there for the first time (no appointment) and the door was locked. Beautiful woman opens the door, asks if I have an appointment. I said no, she told me to schedule one and I walked off flustered . Called back for her name so I could schedule appropriately.


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Messages: 143
Attractive is an understatement. "Lena" is gorgeous, but she is also the manager and a certified massage therapist. If you're looking to have "fun", best bet is to go to her other location, (Bala Cynwyd) and schedule an appointment with Mika. Linda (Ardmore location) is also rumored to be playful, but Mika's massage skills are far superior. Both locations employ licensed professional masseuses, but unlike places like Massage Envy and Hand and Stone, these women are a little less obsessed with the draping, and will climb up on the table to put all 95 to 105 lbs of their weight onto your lumbar, sciatica , neck, back, buttocks (did I mention they're not shy ?) thighs, calves , and even hands and feet. Literally the best of both worlds, because at the end of an hour, you'll leave as "relaxed" as you would leaving a place costing more than twice as much $. Appointments are honored, They're currently negotiating with a major health insurer to be able to accept medical insurance cards as payment for some forms of prescribed therapeutic massage services, much like physical therapy. Sticking point right now seems to be "specialist" vs "general" health services provider, as the former entails a higher co-pay for the patient, and the insurer wants a discounted rate for their customers . Tipping becomes ambiguous as well, as most heath care professionals don't expect or accept tips, and the girls certainly must.