How To De-Stress at Home in 60 minutes – Guaranteed

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If you don’t fancy getting oiled up in a shopping centre for a relaxing Chinese massage, you should sign up to Soothe.com

Soothe is the new at-home massage app; which launched in Australia a year ago, where qualified remedial massage therapists treat you in the comfort of your own home.

With an available schedule of therapists ready to come to you from 8am to midnight, 7 days a week, the stress of trying to find a therapist available to treat you or dealing with overcrowded shopping centres for a Chinese massage are over.

And the best part, all therapists are vetted through an extensively tested process before being signed up as a therapist with Soothe to ensure you are getting only the best quality treatments.

And it’s relatively cheap –  $99 for 60 minutes or $145 for 90 minutes.

If it all sounds too good to be true. It’s not. The idea behind Soothe is to create social awareness of how easy and affordable it is to obtain a high-end massage therapy session to help you destress, unwind and relax after a long day (or week) which suits any demographic.

All you do is download the fee app for Soothe.com, select a therapist (male or female) and book. If you like the therapist you get on the first go, you can request the same therapist for your next treatment too.

They bring their own music, mats, towels, oils, sheets and table. Making it the job for you to relax and unwind even easier than normal. I mean, who wouldn’t want an affordable five star massage treatment in the comfort of their own home.

In America, they have just launched their own wellness range of products, which includes bath robes, candles, creams and oils. These products will hopefully be launching in Australia soon, to add that extra bit of luxury to your at home massage experience.

Soothe is in now located in over 53 cities over the US, Canada, UK and Australia and are soon to launch in New Zealand.

Bondi Beauty Founder Renae interviewed the founder last year when the brand launched in Sydney – check out her original story here.

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Rebecca Wilkinson

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Rebecca is a pescatarian, who may yet one day become a vegan. She loves all things health & travel with a weakness for coffee, and is often found scouring the city for the latest tastes in breakfast smoothie bowls. If you can't find her, or she's not answering her mobile - it's probably because she's hiding in a yoga studio, working on her zen.

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