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New Massage-on-Demand Service Comes to D.C.

Aug 31, 2015 10:14PM
Politicians on both sides of the aisle can finally agree that Soothe massage-on-demand service delivers welcome relief to sore, aching muscles and joints. Soothe is a new mobile service and app that allows clients to book a same-day appointment in the privacy of their home, office or hotel room in the greater Washington, D.C. area. The on-demand service offers a choice of Swedish, deep tissue, or sports massages to singles or couples in 60-, 90- and 120-minute sessions. Appointments are offered between the hours of 9 a.m. until midnight every day of the week, with fixed prices per person, regardless of the type of massage selected.

Soothe Founder and tech entrepreneur, Merlin Kauffman, explains: “Soothe brings the spa to you, our trained and vetted therapists deliver spa-quality treatments--often within one hour’s notice. Plus there’s no parking or traffic, and when it’s over, you are just steps away from a hot bath or your own bed.” Kauffman started Soothe after becoming disenchanted with the limited operating hours of traditional day spas and advance-notice booking requirements.

In addition to offering massage for individuals and couples, Soothe offers chair massage services for corporate and special events, where a team of therapists can be present on-site for a specific number of hours to service a group of individuals.

For more information, to book an appointment or to download the app to easily book a massage, call 800-960-7668 or visit Soothe.com.

 

 

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