Dorami Therapy is located at 1330A Uxbridge Rd, Hayes End, Hayes UB4 8JG, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Dorami Therapy and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Ali Ali

5 Google Rating

Fantastic place for massage beautiful girls welcoming excellent service I am visiting every 3 weeks

5/ 5

Fantastic place for massage beautiful girls welcoming excellent service I am visiting every 3 weeks so it's the best one in Hayes.

Alan Saxon

5 Google Rating

I just want to really thank Sarah for work she did on my shoulder tonight. Since before summer I had

5/ 5

I just want to really thank Sarah for work she did on my shoulder tonight. Since before summer I had problems and even after having two deep massages by other recommended clinics it never got better. I could not sleep properly, I had to take pain killers almost everyday, I could not put my shirt or jacket on without great discomfort. The therapist has really changed my life. When I could put my coat on without pain afterwards I nearly cried in happiness. I shall visit again in a couple of weeks to continue treatment. Thank you so much. Alan

Abdi Ahmed

1 Google Rating

Very terrible service. Ill mannered and horrible message. Unprofessional. The table message was maki

1/ 5

Very terrible service. Ill mannered and horrible message. Unprofessional. The table message was making load noise while the masseuse was barely touching me with her fingers. When i made it clear that the table needed fixing i was told to just close my eyes and not think about it. In all honestly, part of me wanted to leave midway but i was too embarrassed to make a scene. Would not recomment anyone to visit Dorami Therapy.

Munjala Kaur

5 Google Rating

Extremely great massage and left feeling so relaxed. The massage helped to get rid of the pain I dev

5/ 5

Extremely great massage and left feeling so relaxed. The massage helped to get rid of the pain I developed in my upper back. I will definitely recommend and will be going again :)

Jasleen Bharaj

1 Google Rating

Worst ever just rubbed oil into back

1/ 5

Worst ever just rubbed oil into back

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