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231 W. 96th St., Ste. 2B, New York, NY, 10025
By AlCo on 1/13/2011
Annie is amazing! I saw her through my pregnancies w my first two children, and she was one of the first people I called when we learned we were pregnant w baby #3 (the thought of regular massages w her was actually a great incentive to get pregnant!). I have found no spa, salon, etc... which offers a massage as wonderful and relaxing as Annie's. When pregnant, I feel my absolute best after one of Annie's massages. She is a wonderful person, and I can't recommend her highly enough. Enjoy!
By neelloc321 on 1/12/2011
As a professional dancer I have had many massages throughout my life. Anne really knows what she is doing. I initially got her info through prenatal yoga on the uws. I went to her 5 years ago with my first pregnancy (with severe sciatica) and am now returning with my current pregnancy. I leave feeling relaxed in mind and body. I plan on going every week till I deliver!
Great Prenatal Massage!
By msuws on 1/11/2011
My husband purchased a package for my birthday and I used all three sessions right away. Anne has a firm and soothing touch. She knew where all the spots that needed attention on my body were and used the perfect amount of pressure. She has years of experience working as a licensed massage therapist with pregnant women which is also comforting to me. I will be seeing her through the rest of my pregnancy for sure!
Awesome prenatal massage
By curlymom63 on 1/5/2011
I have been to see a few prenatal massage therapists and Anne is absolutely the best by far. She has an amazing touch and knows how to treat pregnant women in a very special way. I have sent all my friends to see her and they all have loved her also. She works out of a medical services building on the upper westside and her office is quiet and cozy. I have loved the intimacy of her office and look forward to going back for future pregnancies.
Clinical-NOT a Spa
By UWSFVP on 9/5/2009
The environment did not meet my expectations but she did the job. After I got passed the basement ick feel, I relaxed. Overall the actual massage alleviated my discomfort.
Not the relaxing experience I hoped for.
By npost11 on 12/21/2008
I was disappointed by this 'center' which is just a small waiting area and washroom (shared by several other offices on the floor) and the massage room. The massage room, which seems to double as Anne's office (not that tranquil environment expected during a massage) was on the lower level of the building so you hear the people walking around upstairs - along with the loud hum of the air conditioner in the room. The massage itself was ok, nothing out of the ordinary. Anne was not the most friendly person and I felt like I was more of an imposition rather than a valued client.
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