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Now you can order a massage with your smartphone

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DH Vancouver Staff Feb 18, 2016 4:00 pm

They’re meant to be relaxing. But given the hassle that’s often involved in actually booking one, massages can turn into a stressful experience.

However, that’s about to change thanks to a new mobile massage app that delivers a professional right to your front door, letting you relax in the comfort of your own home. Revive delivers same-day, in-home massages from local professional therapists with just a few swipes on your phone, allowing you to skip all the annoying waitlists so a seasoned expert comes to you. 

Open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., this revolutionary service gives you access to top-tier massage therapy seven days a week, including holidays. They’ll be at your place in an hour so you can grab a last minute massage, or schedule your appointment in advance. Add in the convenience of digital billing and you’ve got yourself a massage without the hassle and stress you’d traditionally deal with otherwise. Revive brings the experience and talent of Vancouver’s top hotel spas to your home. Therapists work at places such as Spa Utopia at the Pan Pacific and Chi and Shangri-La’s spa.

The app also lets you customize your experience, choosing what type of massage you want, and how long you want your appointment to be. You can even choose between a variety of techniques so you can tailor your experience to get exactly what you need. After booking, a professional will show up with a massage table, fresh linens, massage oils and any other necessary tools to help you find your zen.

Download Revive from the Apple Store or Google Play and get ready for some TLC. It is available in the Apple Store and Google Play.

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