The long-standing FAQs page on this site still applies, but I thought it might be useful to share some slightly less commonly asked questions.
Q: Do people often fall asleep during their pedicures?
A: It happens all the time!
Q: Is it OK if I fall asleep during my pedicure?
A: Absolutely! In fact, I’ll take it as a compliment.
Q: Is it OK if I talk during my service?
A: It sure is! This is your time to relax, so I’ll follow your conversational lead.
Q: How long have you been in Vegas?
A: I’ve lived here since 2007, and Feetish has been around since 2013.
Q: What’s the best way to book an appointment with you?
A: Booking online through feetishspa.com is usually easiest for both of us, but you can also book future appointments during a current appointment (“rebooking” as we like to say), or by emailing, calling or texting me (Andrea).
Q: Do you get a lot of weird requests?
A: I actually get fewer weird requests as a self-employed spa professional than I did as a massage therapist at the two Vegas resort spas where I worked, and even fewer than I would get at the fancy day spa where I worked in Rochester, NY. I think it’s because I’m a pretty good communicator, and that’s really important to me. When receptionists who aren’t service providers are booking spa services at larger facilities, they may not pick up on a caller’s subtext and vibe.
Q: OK, but what’s the WEIRDEST request you’ve ever heard?
A: An Instagram request from a European gentleman who wanted some dead foot skin shavings. I didn’t rule out sending him some of mine (you should never give away a client’s castoffs without their consent, of course), but he didn’t want to pay for overseas postage.
Q: What do you like to do in Vegas?
A: In no particular order: Getting massages, taking photos of abandoned places and cemeteries, hiking in the desert, Trauma Recovery Yoga, eating at Vegas’ fun restaurants, working on creative projects with friends, and turning my backyard into a residential Meow Wolf-esque wonderland.
Q: Who massages you?
A: I have a few massage therapist friends who take good care of me.
Q: Do you think you’ll always live in Vegas?
A: I used to say “yes”, but now I’m not so sure. I love it here, but I also have a dream of living on land with hot springs and building a little retreat. Who knows!
Q: What does the future of Feetish look like?
A: I’d like to find some tenants to share my office who are on a similar wavelength to my own, but beyond that I’d be happy to get through the rest of 2020 without a major personal catastrophe!
Q: I have questions that you haven’t answered. How can I ask them?
A: Drop me an email here. Keep ’em coming!