As pointed out by Massage Maestro below, the lady's name is probably May not Coco, I probably mixed the two names up when they were introduced to me. My sincere apology to everyone. I have edited my post below to remove all reference to CoCo. I have done a review of the Blue Sky spa and Nini already, not going to elaborate on the spa itself. Dropped by to try a Thai massage, despite my years enjoying massages, still a novice when it comes to Thai massages, this is only my second one. I was introduced to a polite, somewhat quiet Thai lady, I would guess 40ish, medium build; again, I am terrible with age guessing, Nini is probably pissed off since I probably guessed her age way too high, lol. She was dress in medical scrub type of uniform, very professional. A few things, the Thai massage room is right by the entrance so if the door is open, everyone in the lobby can see the mat on the floor and whoever is lying on it. Unless you are very proud of your body, which I am not, I recommend draping. Secondly, the massage mat is at floor level which makes it easy for the masseuse to twist, turn and stretch your muscles; it is an unique experience. I am not certain that I enjoy it as much as Nini’s deep tissue massage but it was a good experience. If you have not experienced Thai massage, you should try. To me, it is not exactly my cup of tea as I find some of the positions I was put into a little uncomfortable, a little hard to breath at times, but I guess, it is all part of the stretching. The word pretzel came to mind but it was definitely not that bad. The Thai lady is a strong medium build lady, thus have the necessary strength to stretch any good size man out. Would I repeat, probably not, simply because Thai massage is not my thing. Would I recommend Blue Sky for a Thai experience, yes, the Thai lady was very nice. As usual, the massage was 100% legit, nothing more was asked by me and nothing more offered.