LOS ANGELES — Soothe, a new massage-on-demand service and mobile app, announced that it is the massage sponsor for this year’s official GRAMMY® gift bag. Soothe will provide GRAMMY presenters and performers a relaxing 60-minute massage performed by a licensed, vetted massage therapist at their home, office or hotel. The 58th GRAMMY Awards® take place Feb. 15, 2016, in Los Angeles.
Soothe allows clients to book a same-day massage from licensed and vetted massage therapists in the privacy of their home, office, or hotel room. Soothe’s massage therapists can travel to any area within its 20 cities. The on-demand service offers a choice of Swedish, deep tissue, sports or prenatal massage for singles or couples in 60-, 90- and 120-minute sessions.
“Our massage therapists deliver spa-quality treatments—often within one hour’s notice,” said Soothe founder and entrepreneur Merlin Kauffman. “Plus, there’s no parking or traffic to deal with, and when it’s over, you’re just steps away from a hot bath or your bed.”
Soothe’s service connects clients to more than 3,000 licensed, vetted and insured massage therapists who come to their location and deliver five-star service. Appointments are offered between the hours of 8 a.m. until midnight every day of the week, with fixed prices of $99 (for 60 minutes), $139 (for 90 minutes) and $169 (for 120 minutes) per person, regardless of the type of massage selected.
“It’s an affordable luxury everyone deserves to have,” said Kauffman. “People love the high-quality service and easy booking, which allows for both same-day and future appointments, plus extended operating hours. And it’s hassle-free because there’s no need to tip afterwards. Our customer reviews and ratings are off the charts.”
To get started, clients download the iOS or Android app (soothe.com/app), then select what type of massage they want, the treatment length and therapist’s gender. Clients who cannot download the app can book via soothe.com, which is available 24-7, or call (800) 960-7668) during business hours.
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.
Kauffman started Soothe after becoming disenchanted with the limited operating hours of traditional day spas and advance-notice booking requirements.
Soothe currently serves Los Angeles, Orange County, New York, Chicago, Boston, Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Austin, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, Washington, D.C., Seattle, Vancouver (British Columbia), Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, Minneapolis, Philadelphia and Atlanta. For more information about Soothe, visit soothe.com or call (800) 960-7668.