STOP! AFRICAN-AMERICAN WOMEN, EVEN WOMEN WITH KINKY HAIR OF ANY ETHNICITY! THIS IS NOT THE PLACE FOR YOU! I wouldn't even give this place one star, if I had the choice.Some of these social media reviews were very misleading; it should have been a red flag that none of these reviewers were African-American. It is already extremely hard to find people who can actually do our hair, let alone in its natural state. When I called to make an appointment, the receptionist assured me that my natural hair wouldn't be a problem. I was going in for a trim, hair color, and for it to be styled; so they sit me with Jamie. Apparently she is just the girl to see when it comes to ethnic hair types. Strike one: she started cutting my hair while it was still dry, which makes no sense what so ever. But, she said this is her cutting technique, and I decided to not criticize before seeing the end product. When she started coloring my hair, I started feeling a little more confident because the color was nice. Strike two: Right after blow drying my hair, she actually cut it again to make it even-- really though! I specifically said I wanted a trim not a full on haircut, and they quoted the price of $60 on the phone for my total.Before she even started I asked her, "Do you know who to do African-American hair?" A question to which she responded, "Yeah I've done it a lot!" Now, strike three: She starts to flat iron my hair--huh... When I tell you she was afraid of the roots, I mean not none of those roots felt any of that heat. She clapped on and off, I still have coarse roots in the back; when it was done this woman had the nerve to say I owed $195. I'm like, "Excuse me?!" They told me I had gotten a color and a haircut, so it was extra. I told the woman, "I didn't even want a haircut; I came to get my ends clipped." Shoot, if you're going to charge someone with a haircut, at least attempt to shape me up in the back; I didn't ask your stylist to get scissor happy. On top of that, it doesn't even look like I went to a salon and my ends are fried! I was so mad, but I paid them and called later-- actually my sister called later. They had offered to fix my hair for free, but all prices are final--SERIOUSLY! Why would I want to go back to a shop that just fried my ends and gave me a blunt haircut: I'd rather get my money back and go to someone who really KNOWS how to do African-American hair. They should have told me if my hair ends up messed up, I would be cheated out of my money. My hair was treated like a chemistry project. By the way, NO WHERE was there mention on the website, in the salon, or even by the receptionist Emma that, ALL SALES WERE FINAL! I did not hear this until I called to ask for when I could contact the shop to speak with a manager. I am currently waiting to hear back from the manager, who is conveniently on vacation right now.
Staff is friendly....... Trainers are good too. Equipment is 95% up and running. Clean and friendly.
Very helpful and dedicated staff. Facilities are well maintained. Men's locker room needs aired out.
Great gym! open 24hours making really convenient for me when I get off work. No crowds and very intimate setting!
I knew when I walked in there I shouldn't sign up here but it was close to my house and I was only going to be there for two months. Filthy, outdated, broken equipment. Locker rooms are disgusting. The management there is terrible. Told the manager/owner I was only going to be there for 2 months so I wanted month to month and he signed me up as extended and said I never told him that. He tricked me. When I went in to ask why $150 was taken from my account he denied I ever asked for month to month and didn't change what he did or refund my money. They are theifs. But they obviously need that money more than I do because that gym is a peice of sh*t. Amerifit and La fitness are close so go there instead. You won't regret it. A lot of people have been cheated by these people. Save yourself.
The golden rule of any business is to honor your appointments. So imagine my surprise being turned away for my 5pm appointment having made it the previous afternoon, due to 'therapist availability issues'. Apparently attempts had been made to contact me during the day on my mobile (no missed calls....) and at my hotel (no call was taken, and no message was left...). No attempt or effort was made by Verve 360 to make the situation better, nor was a rescheduled appointment offered. If you want your appointment honored, avoid this place like the plague
Although they try hard their expertise is lacking at best. They need to refund all monies aid for lessons.
I went in for simple bang trim. Just bangs. Nothing else. You wouldn't think that is too difficult. My hair WAS all one length halfway down my back with a 1 inch section of bangs. A very clean simple style. ZERO layers. Instead of parting out the bangs and trimming just those, DeAndre (who was actually very nice) started free styling with scissors, sliding them from from the top of my head through my hair. I didn't realize it until I dried my hair the next day and attempted to style it, but I now have bangs that are twice as thick as I had before and sections of hair that will take a year to grow back to the length it was before. There are wings on the side of my head. There are pieces of hair hanging at my cheekbones and pieces that are different lengths all over the place so its not even possible to use a curling iron. The irony? The bangs are still too long and hanging in my eyes. When someone comes to the salon for a bang trim, don't try to give them a new style. Listen to the customer. Look at the existing cut!! If there are no layers, ASK before putting them in. Obviously, if I wanted layers in my long hair, I would have said that when I scheduled the appointment. I feel so violated that DeAndre felt he could completely ignore my wishes and change my appearance. I left a very nice message for the salon to give them some feedback about this rogue hair hacker and have yet to receive the courtesy of a return call. LADIES BE WARNED. If DeAndre has scissors in his hand. Run.
Same unpleasant experience with manager there. Will not stop membership by phone. Had to travel from across the country at a great expense to cancel.
I came to Hydration to get out of shoulder pain I'd had for 3 years. Nothing was working, not chiropractic, not physical therapy, etc., and I wanted to avoid surgery. Not only is that completely healed, but for the first time in 12 years I have no back or neck pain at all. The place is private (only one client at a time) and beautiful, but most importantly, the personal trainers working there are absolutely brilliant about holistic health and body work. There is no business of any kind that I've benefited from more in my 56 years on this planet.