My Experience With Soothe
Soothe is an on-demand, in-home massage service that was founded by Merlin Kauffman in 2013. The company has raised nearly $50 million in funding, and massage therapists are available in some of the largest cities in the US, including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, and now Boston.
I was happy to learn that Soothe is available in Boston, and my wife and I decided to give it a try last night. I logged into Soothe, and I booked an hour-long appointment with a Soothe massage therapist. It was easy to book, and I received a confirmation text. Alexis came over to our home (a suburb of Boston) after the kids went to bed. She arrived a few minutes early and sent me a text to ask if it was okay for her to come early (it was).
My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed the massage. We don’t regularly go out for a massage, so I don’t have much to compare it to, but it felt great and relaxing. It was super convenient to have Alexis come right to our house, especially at night after the kids went to sleep. She brought the table, sheets, oils, and even some relaxing music for us to listen to while she gave us our massages.
If you want to try out Soothe, here’s a coupon code to save $30 on your first massage: GAQCB. I will also get a $30 credit when you use it, so if 3 of you use the promo code, I will get a free massage – thanks in advance!!
Congratulations to Merlin for creating an awesome service. I will definately use Soothe again, especially with my Pan-Mass Challenge training on the horizon.
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