We have mixed reviews on our experience. But first, let me tell you a little about Personal Reflections.
102 Hovatter Dr
Inwood, West Virginia
Personal Reflection Day Spa is your escape from stress!
All of our technicians are licensed, educated, and continue to study to keep up with the latest techniques and products!
Take a few hours – or even a whole day – to refresh yourself, recover, and rejuvenate at our beautiful facility. Make sure to look through our photo gallery for a sneak peak at the treat that awaits.
Guests need to arrive 5-10 minutes before their scheduled appointment to fill out paperwork and change into a robe.
If you arrive late for an appointment, understand that your session will likely be shortened to keep the therapist on schedule but you will still be responsible for the full amount.
For convenience of our guest, no cell phones or other electronic devices are to be used inside the spa.
If you are pregnant, it is good to get your doctors approval.
Please be sure to inform your therapist of any medical conditions.
A major credit card or cash prepayment is required for services and/or packages of $100.00 or more at the time of reservation.
A 15% gratuity would be appreciated for our technicians.
All prices subject to change without notice.
They offer so much:
Well we were both scheduled at the same time (with different, people). Mine (Alisa) started just a few minutes later which was ok. My masseuse was very nice. I got a Swedish Massage. Not quite an hour, but I was ok with that. My masseuse made me feel very comfortable throughout the entire time.
Mike however, didn't get started until almost a half hour later. His was supposed to be Deep Tissue. The problem here was the lady rushed through his massage. She only concentrated on his upper back. So he was not happy.
Afterwards, not even a half hour later, both of us had neck pain. And Mike's back was back to hurting as if he never went in for a massage.
Now, this is the only services we've received from here, so its not fair to say All is bad. But this visit was a fail, not completely but a fail none-the-less.