Therapy Goes Active at Massage Heights
JUN 7, 2012 - 11:33 ET
FOR: MASSAGE HEIGHTS
New Techniques Enhance Effects of Massage
HOUSTON, TX--(Marketwire - June 7, 2012) - Massage Heights Guests searching for relief from muscle aches and pains can now obtain additional benefits from their therapeutic treatments through "Active Therapy," one of the "Elevations" offered by Massage Heights Retreats in Houston and the Metroplex.
"Elevations represent a way to heighten the massage experience," explains Massage Heights' Dallas and Houston Regional Developer J.D. Busch. "Massage Heights is committed to a program of consistent innovation, so that we can always provide additional refinement and enhancement of the Guest experience from a relaxation and therapeutic perspective."
Active Therapy is a type of Elevation which is designed to enhance massages given to relieve muscle pain. Hot stones are placed on the body, strategically positioned on the back and other key areas to promote circulation and thereby create deeper muscle relaxation. Then, cold stones are applied to reduce inflammation. Additional therapeutic benefits are obtained through the use of specific stretching techniques which increase mobility and by the application of Massage Heights' Relieve Sports Balm, which brings relief to sore muscles. Active Therapy increases the lasting effects of a massage by allowing muscles to detoxify and mend. This elevation may be added to a 90-Minute massage for $25.
Other Elevations offered by Massage Heights include relaxing Hot Stone Therapy, an all-natural Reviving Foot Scrub, a soothing Hot Towel Cold Stone Face Massage, and sensory-enhancing all-natural Aromatherapy.
About Massage Heights
Founded in 2004, Massage Heights is a membership-based massage therapy franchise that offers a tranquil atmosphere, experienced staff, soothing services and convenience at an affordable price. Massage Heights is reaching dramatic elevations in an exploding industry, focused on providing affordable luxury products and services for the mind, spirit and body. With 68 operating franchises in the US and Canada, including 5 in the Dallas area and 15 in Houston, company plans call for 288 more by the end of this year, with a total of 1,620 locations within the next five years. For more information, visit www.massageheights.com.