West-facing rooms and Tranquility Room are unreasonably drafty and cold. I was told that the thermostat is set at 68 degrees. Does this seem reasonable? As one's body is at rest underneath the sheets, it settles at a comfortable temperature, likely around 98.6 degrees. Suddenly, the massage technician uncovers and exposes one body part, say the left leg. They then reach for their oils which have adjusted to match the ambient temperature of 68 degrees. As they apply this relatively colder oil to their client's skin, a continuous draft of air conditioned air further cools the skin. Generally speaking, this feels uncomfortable and is difficult to get used to. Might you consider making adjustments to the thermostat setting AND the actual ceiling vents in order to raise the ambient temp a few degrees, as well as displace the airflow AWAY from the clients' skin?