This looks like a very nice place but isn't equipped for the disabled, many of whom benefit tremendously from relaxing treatments (especially massage therapy) and grooming support services offered here. Many disabled folks would be willing to pay for services that arn't covered on our health insurance and enjoy the glamourous setting of this day spa if they were considered important enough to accomodate.
Good Massages, Questionable Space.
I recently had a massage at Spa Jema and while the massage itself was great, it was difficult to relax. Spa Jema has a poodle seemingly on staff that follows clients and staff members everywhere and barks a lot. Unfortunately, Spa Jema also allows the dog in the massage room with the owner, where he scratches the floor and barks at noises. As a dog person, I find him cute and fun to pet, but not with the barking in what's supposed to be a tranquil setting.