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Meet Soothe: The Best In-Home Massage Service App
Wouldn’t it be convenient if there was a massage service app that brought the masseuse to you? Today's App of the Week gives you the…
At the end of an exhaustingly long work week, all you might want is a massage that can work through those knots in your shoulder—but wouldn’t it be incredibly convenient if there was a service that brought the masseuse directly to you?
Today’s App of the Week provides the perfect solution. During his time at Harvard Business School, founder Merlin Kauffman had to figure out a way to fit massages into a packed, inflexible schedule. That’s when he thought of a business that essentially brings a massage therapist directly to your doorstep, taking away the stress of inconvenience.
Soothe is a massage service app that allows you to call a masseuse to your home. It partners with more than 11,000 certified massage therapists, giving you a wide selection of professionals who can fit your stress-relieving needs. This app depends heavily on client feedback—the next time you decide to use their services, they can pair you up with a massage therapist who is guaranteed to give you the massage you deserve.
There are different types of massages that range from swedish and deep tissue to prenatal and sports. Depending on your availability, you can call in for a 60-, 90-, or 120-minute session anywhere from 8:00AM to 12:00AM. The masseuse will come with their own blankets, candles, oil and even music—all you have to do is provide a space for them to work their magic.
Soothe has been featured in USA Today, Bustle, and Men’s Journal as one of the best apps to have for relaxation. It is listed as the #1 on-demand massage service in the App Store, and is available in over 65 cities across the US, UK, Canada, and Australia. But if your city is not listed, there’s no need to worry; they’re growing every day.
Squeezing in self-care sessions is crucial to managing a hectic lifestyle, so take our advice and download Soothe. Book a masseuse and witness their in-home services, well, soothing away your worries—one massage at a time.
But enough about other people's apps.