Cypress, TX - December 02, 2013 - (PR.com) - Partners David Grossman and Travis Ochoa announced today that they have opened their first Massage Heights Retreat in Cypress, Texas. The retreat brings affordable, professional, convenient therapeutic massage and skin treatment services, and an elevated experience to Cypress area consumers.
The Cypress Towne Center retreat is one of over 20 Massage Heights Retreats in the Houston metropolitan area and one of almost 100 retreats that have opened around the country, and it’s also one of the about 40 body + face locations that offer customized skin treatments provided by leading skin therapists.
Travis Ochoa said, "With 25 million more Americans getting massages today than a decade ago, massage therapy is one of the fastest growing industries in the nation, and the room for growth is limitless. Medical research proves that regular therapeutic massage can help fight off disease and depression, boost immunity, relieve pain, increase alertness and improve sleep quality among other benefits. Similar benefits hold true for regular skin therapy, as well, such as increased circulation and removal of environmental impurities. Massage Heights makes these services affordable and convenient options for people from all walks of life."
Guests who visit Massage Heights become fans of the experience and recognize the benefits immediately. According to the Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals, repeat visits for massage therapy range between 78 percent and 81 percent. Massage Heights boasts a 90 percent customer retention rate in each of its open locations.
"We appeal to people seeking to relieve anxiety, stress, or back or muscle pain issues, as well as licensed massage therapists looking to improve their lifestyles with set hours and consistent traffic," said David Grossman, noting that Massage Heights' facilities are open seven days a week, with both day and evening appointments, and drop-ins available. "We also appeal to those that want a one-stop shop for both massage and skin therapy."
Massage Heights offers first-time Guests an introductory one-hour customized massage for $49.99, an introductory one-hour skin treatment for $59.99, and a variety of monthly membership programs. Elevated services – including all-natural aromatherapy, hot stone therapy, foot scrubs, and additional skin enriching, refining and purifying services – can be added to enhance the therapeutic benefits of the massage or skin therapy session. Massage Heights also offers a line of proprietary body products so Members can continue the therapeutic experience at home, as well as skin products from dermalogica®, world-renowned skincare provider.
Executives of Massage Heights Corporate, LLC, the San Antonio-based franchise company, see the greater Houston market as a prime location based on 34 key components of research, including population, psychographics, demographics, economic climate, spending habits, competitive landscape and real estate.
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Founded in San Antonio, Texas, in 2004, Massage Heights is a premium franchise massage retreat company built on a membership model. The model makes regular massage therapy affordable, while still providing the level of service available at a five-star resort. The company’s mission is to help all types of people incorporate convenient, high-quality, rejuvenating massage into their lives so that they can live better and elevate the everyday. In an exploding industry, the company has more than 95 operating franchise locations in the United States and Canada and plans to open a total of 500 U.S. locations within the next five years. The company was ranked in Entrepreneur Magazine’s Franchise 500 list for 2012 and in Franchise Times’ Next 300 list for 2013. Massage Heights is a member of the International Franchise Association (IFA) and proudly supports the American Cancer Society DetermiNation team in their efforts to help people who have been touched by cancer live better lives. For more information, visit www.massageheights.com.
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