Heavenly Feet

Massage

Reviews

Lee J. (2014-04-04): This used to be my favorite place for reflexology. The therapists had great skill, the place was quiet, the $35 per hour was hard to beat, and everyone seemed dedicated to his and her job. Except for one. I had the bad fortune of having been booked with him. It was plain to see that he didn't care for his customer or his job. He didn't respond or reacted when I asked for more pressure or less of it. He just went on like a moron.

That marked the end of my regular visits to Heavenly Feet at Wetmore. I went somewhere else, instead. But one recent time, a friend insisted that we go there and that she was going to pay for my appointment. I was easy to please and I let her tag me along. Fortunately, that person whose face I remember very clearly was not there. Instead an older man was there to handle me. He had the skill of a master, I never had that quality of reflexology before. He was so quiet but I knew he was committed to his job.

I decided that I'd continue going to the place, and decline whenever that person will be assigned to me. I don't think they still do not know what the young man does, or if he is still in business. I hope they have already removed him because he will only ruin their business. It's a great place for reflexology, and they give great service and value for your money. 5 stars
Charlene C. (2014-01-22): My $35 certainly went a long way with the reflexology I recently had in Heavenly Feet. I had been particularly tired the week prior. Heavenly Feet was a place I’ve been noticing a long while ago, but never had enough motivation to see what the place was all about. I vaguely knew it was for reflexology services, which I also knew vaguely about.

My officemate suggested I get some reflexology after noticing how weary I was on a Monday morning. I then remembered about Heavenly Feet.

I asked my boss for a half-day off and headed home. I slowed down as I approached Heavenly Feet. It was like just allowing my body to do the thinking. Then I made a stop, walked into the establishment; there was space inside with recliners neatly lined. The place felt clean.

I was flipping over the idea whether to have a service or not when a woman approached me and showed me their menu. She then motioned towards the recliners and saying something about the list on the menu which said $35 for 60 minutes. I nodded and went with her.

The recliner felt soft, luxurious, and friendly to my back. I slipped in and it felt so good. The lady then reclined me fully and that was a nice stretch. I felt a warm mask placed over my eyes and it smelled herbs. Prior to that, a young man prepared a plastic-sheeted basin with herbs and warm water. With my eyes closed, I felt my feet immersed into lukewarm water.

My head was massaged, and I must say that it was pure pleasure. My scalp, temples, and the base of my nape were gently rubbed. Then my feet were next. There were strokes which quite hurt, but not totally painful. When it was too painful, I motioned for the pressure to be lowered, but everything was bearable otherwise.

I noticed that the longer the therapist stoked an area, the less painful it became although the pressure wasn’t noticeably decreased. It was a great feeling. I liked it very much, in fact, that when it was stopped, I was a little disappointed.

The mask was then removed and I couldn’t help but glance at my watch. There were still around 15 minutes left. I was about to complain when I was again led to a small room with a massage table. So that was it – there’s another one. I was told to lie down, and I had the finale to a very beautiful experience. My massage was so unlike what I had before. I still had my clothes on, and I don’t know how they managed to render such a wonderful massage. They used some kind of potion – felt like oil but when I checked later, there was no trace of oil on my clothes. Nevertheless, I had the most wonderful (albeit brief) massage on my head (again), my back and the back of my legs.

I certainly would go back again. It was a new, yet enlightening experience for me. And for $35! I had no idea $35 could bring so much feeling of wellness and restoration. 5 stars
Ivana H. (2014-01-09): I went here because of all the 5 and 4 star reviews I read over the many directories. With high hopes, I looked forward to it. Only to get those high expectations dashed and dowsed.

The guy who handled me, didn't have the pressure that I asked for. It was also very tentative and halting, like he was finding out what to do. Maybe he was training?

I tried to communicate to get my idea across, but the barrier was too great. Didn't understand a word I was saying, so it was no use explaining. So I just closed my eyes and waited till 60 minutes pass by. And so did my $35. What a waste. 1 stars
Lindy F. (2013-12-29): I couldn’t get over the full hour of bliss for just $35. The place is not the private kind where you enjoy the full ambiance of the high-end spas. Instead, it is a big space with chairs where you can relax and close your eyes with full clothes on. There are times when I look for the clothes-off kind of massage, and I know exactly where to go for those. But when I need a corrective kind of energy restoration, I go to Heavenly Feet.

The setting doesn’t bother me. So as long as you know what you’re getting, with no expectations of frills, ambiance, and privacy, this place really works out great. And if you think that feet reflexology means a massage exclusively of the feet, then you’re wrong. It includes head and scalp massage, a full bodywork, and special focus on the soles. It always energizes me completely afterwards. 5 stars
Annie M. (2013-12-14): It's a nice place to spend your special hour in a week. I prefer it to be on a Friday afternoon or a Saturday. I just walk in and wait a little. I don't remember that I had to wait or be impatient about my visits to the place. They usually had therapists available.

It's the usual reflexology thing. There are several of this type in Tucson and I am glad that they opened business here. It's a refreshing thing after you have the usual spa services that could be so monotonous at times. Reflexology yanks your pain in a silly painful way, too. But I've proven it's effective and look for it every once in a while.

Most of the therapists are good, in fact, they are really skilled. But there's a guy whom I've tried and whom I won't have again. That is why I had to wait at times, because if he is the only one available, I leave or wait if my favorite girl is almost done. The guy is rude and I don't want to waste any minute with him. 4 stars
Liam G. (2013-10-11): My first time with reflexology was in another reflexology store in Tucson. It was fine but not one which made me want to go back. So I approached Heavenly Feet with a little hesitation. The price of that other store was exactly the same with the Heavenly Feet, so you can imagine my trepidation.

When I got in, there were amiable therapists who were obviously Chinese. They had a few English words to say, and I pointed to the service I wanted. I thought that it was going to be exactly my so-so first-time reflexology experience. Oh heck, since I was there already I accepted my fate with ominous thoughts. Or so I thought.

The session started with an herbal soak in a hot-than-warm tub. I thought it was great. And then the massage started on my neck and shoulders while my feet were submerged. It definitely relaxed my mind and hushed the not-so-good thoughts. I closed my eyes and just felt the firm pressures on my face. So far, it was simply a great way to stop thinking about my previous experience.

My feet got the lion's share of the pressure, and what good pressure! Reflexology does get painful at some points but always it makes you feel good. I've never felt better! Then I was put on the massage table with a full body massage. My arms turned limber, which I haven't experienced in a long time. I felt light, and was able to move easily afterwards.

I'm certainly going back. I'd like to see if the service will be consistent across other therapists, then I'd give my 5-star rating. I'm a little bit stingy (a whole lot actually), but if Heavenly Feet is consistently good, I will be generous. More importantly, I'd keep coming back. 4 stars
Jennifer T. (2013-09-07): If you only had $35 and wanted to give yourself a slice of heaven - this is the place to go. This massage place will treat you to deep feet reflexology and head-neck-plus full-back massage. After repeat visits, I realized that even if you had more than $35, still nothing beats Heavenly Feet.

I've tried several of the therapists and, so far, I never had a problem with any of them. The place is quite simple, none of your fancy spa frills. That is preferable over fancy places but with lousy service. Heavenly Feet is a no-nonsense massage and it is clean with well-mannered staff and therapists.

When I first looked for this place over the directory, there were 2 other similarly named massages. So make sure you find this one along Wetmore Road near Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites. 5 stars
Jennifer T. (2013-09-07): If you only had $35 and wanted to give yourself a slice of heaven - this is the place to go. This massage place will treat you to deep feet reflexology and head-neck-plus full-back massage. After repeat visits, I realized that even if you had more than $35, still nothing beats Heavenly Feet.

I've tried several of the therapists and, so far, I never had a problem with any of them. The place is quite simple, none of your fancy spa frills. That is preferable over fancy places but with lousy service. Heavenly Feet is a no-nonsense massage and it is clean with well-mannered staff and therapists.

When I first looked for this place over the directory, there were 2 other similarly named massages. So make sure you find this one along Wetmore Road near Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites. 5 stars
Cirila I. (2013-06-01): It starts when you sit on a recliner and your feet get a relaxing 10-minute soak. The water is hot and smells of herbs. The vat is lined with disposable plastic so I feel hygienic and banish the thought of other people's feet soaking in the same vat. While I am with my happy thoughts, the therapists relaxes my neck, shoulders, face, and head with a blissful massage.

The reflexology follows in a full reclining position. With my job that requires punishing my legs and feet by constantly standing, walking,and moving around, reflexology should be a weekly incentive. It shouldn't be difficult because the reflexology costs only $35. I work on making weekly visits, usually Friday nights, but I still miss sometimes, which is sad because the body and feet need this regularly.

The therapists are very knowledgeable and obviously well-trained. I never experienced a lousy therapist - and there had been a lot of them on my sole since I first discovered Heavenly Feet. This small business in Tucson must be supported to sustain it and ensure that it thrives amidst competition. The therapists also deserve a tip always for the care that they consistently give. I heart Heavenly!!! 5 stars
Max1ne (2013-01-25): My feet felt like lead after a very demanding week. Some pampering may not be a bad idea, I thought. Then, I remembered something about a 1-hour foot therapy in this place inside the shopping plaza. I realized that it was just a few corners away from where I was.

So I took a few turns and there I was, inside Heavenly Feet. I asked for the 60-minute foot reflexology service and the therapist, Drew, started with a warm soak of my tired feet. I was in a recliner, relaxed - it just felt good. He then massaged my scalp, face, neck and shoulders firmly but gently. My feet were treated to deep reflexology techniques.

I was really about to doze off when he said that I needed to move up the massage bed. Drew massaged my rigid back, stretched my tight arms and released the tension in my muscles. I have never felt more relaxed in the longest time I can remember.

I paid $35 and left Heavenly Feet feeling totally new! 5 stars