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Massage Envy Spa Las Vegas Celebrates American Heart Month
Published on Fri, Jan 24, 2014 (12:36 p.m.)LAS VEGAS (January 23, 2014) Massage Envy Spas in Las Vegas and Henderson are celebrating American Heart Month and Valentine’s Day with a “Heart to Heart” special.
A number of long-term studies have shown that massage has many definite benefits in maintaining a healthy heart. Minimizing stress alone can lower blood pressure, reducing the risk of heart attack. Massage therapy improves circulation and pushes venous blood towards the heart, easing strain on that muscle. The positive effects of regular massage therapy are many in number, and contribute heartily to a program of whole-body wellness.
In recognition of these benefits, and of Valentine’s Day, each of the 12 Massage Envy Spa Las Vegas locations is offering a “Heart to Heart” Spa Package for $99 on a Gift Card to include:
• 1 hour massage session
• 1 hour facial session
• 1 sugar foot scrub enhancement
Offer not available online. Promotion will be offered (run) from February 1 - 14, 2014.Purchaser will receive a "suggested use" card listing the 3 services suggested. That promo card will only be valid though March 31st - then it will no longer be accepted! The value of $99 will remain on the gift card until used. For Massage Envy locations or to schedule an appointment, call (866) 955-3689 or visit massageenvy.com.
About Massage Envy Spa Las Vegas
Massage Envy Spa Las Vegas, voted “Best Spa” in the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s 2013 “Best of Las Vegas” poll, is a co-op of 12 massage clinics and part of the nation’s largest therapeutic massage provider and spa chain. Massage Envy Spa is dedicated to providing professional and affordable therapeutic massage and spa services to consumers with busy lifestyles at convenient times and locations. Massage Envy Spa offers introductory one-hour massage sessions starting at $49 and has a membership model for those that want to take advantage of specially priced monthly massages.
Members and guests can also choose from four Murad® Healthy Skin Facials offered exclusively at Massage Envy Spa. The Environmental Shield Vitamin C Infusion Facial is designed to reverse the signs of aging that result from everyday environmental factors such as sunlight, smog, pollution and stress. Massage Envy Spa also offers the Clarifying Enzyme Acne Facial which is designed to improve skin clarity, reduce blemishes and soothe inflammation as well as the AHA Rapid Exfoliator Anti-Aging Facial which reveals smoother, vibrant, younger-looking skin. For those with sensitive skin, the Sensitive Skin Facial repairs and balances the skin with a gentle, yet effective treatment designed specifically to address skin that is easily irritated.
Massage Envy Spa clinics are open late, seven days a week. For Massage Envy Spa locations or to schedule an appointment, call (866) 955-3689 or visit MassageEnvy.com.
About Massage Envy Spa
Massage Envy Spa, based in Scottsdale, Ariz., is the leading provider of therapeutic massage in the United States. The national franchise is dedicated to providing professional and affordable therapeutic massage and spa services to members and guests with busy lifestyles at convenient times and locations. Founded in 2002, Massage Envy Spa has more than 940 locations in 48 states. Through its national partnership with the Arthritis Foundation, Massage Envy Spa has raised more than $1 million in two, one-day Healing Hands for Arthritis events. The company was recently ranked #54 in Entrepreneur’s 2013 “Franchise 500.” Massage Envy Spa is a member of the International Franchise Association (IFA) and was named a 2012 Military Friendly Franchise. For more information, visit MassageEnvy.com.
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