ORIGINAL: March 2012: I bought two massages from this place. One for myself, and one for my significant other..Neither of us liked it at all. The place was a whole in the wall. The walls were paper thin and you could hear the kids and people in the office next door..the whole time. The masseuse was very nice..but very impersonal. I got there and the door was locked and I couldnt get in..then I had to wait 30mins for her to finish with her previous client...My boyfriend had this same experience. THEN after all of this, Cheyenne asked me for a tip. ASKED. My boyfriend had been there a week prior, and did not have cash on him..and he was told by Cheyenne (the masseuse) that she does not take credit cards. WHO DOESNT TAKE CREDIT CARDS?? So he told her I would bring her tip when I came the following week. Well, seeing that I wasnt very impressed with ANYTHING at Eye Intuitive, I didnt plan to leave a tip after paying for two massages and not being very relaxed when leaving..But with another client standing there waiting, she says "Didnt your boyfriend send you with my tip from last week?" REALLY?? Unprofessional. The whole place. UPDATE: 9-26-12 - Apparently when you write a negative post about a real experience that you had at a local massage business, the owner of that business, Cheyenne Joy McQuilkin, has the right to call, email, leave messages, Facebook you for 2 months, harassing you to take down your post. This woman has called me and my boyfriend and left messages multiple times, emailed, and has now Facebook requested me. After calling me 5 times this afternoon, and me obviously not wanting to speak with her again, she found me on Facebook. She believes that I am in the wrong for writing what I wrote, and since Google+ has gone public with names for reviews, she has been harassing me to take down my post. Not only am I completely dissatisfied with her services, I am very disappointed in the way she is handling this situation. Cheyenne had two very unhappy customers, and I explained why. This information needs to be accepted, comprehended, and used to better herself and her business, not harass the providers of the information.