You love your parents. Your parents love you. Sometimes you want to show your appreciation for your parents. Presents for parents can be tough to find — at least, good ones. Luckily, Zeel is here to help you with all your Parents’ Day gift needs.
Here are 10 reasons to treat your parents to a Zeel Massage — especially since July 23 is Parents’ Day.
It’s an even-numbered anniversary
Your parents’ 10th or 20th or 30th wedding anniversary totally flew by this year, and you want to get them a (better late than never) gift. Just think, without that anniversary you might not even be there to buy them a Zeel Massage. It’s the circle of life. Anyway, it’s always a little tough to know what to get for a parents’ anniversary present. Instead of flowers, send a Zeel couples massage to the ‘rents, allowing them to extend the celebration into Parents’ Day weekend. They’ll love getting the spa treatment right in their home, and you’ll look like you planned it all along.
They live far away
It’s not always easy to get parents a gift when they live far away — or if they happen to live separately. Luckily for you, Zeel delivers in mere moments. We’re also available in over 65 cities across the US. Buy and send a gift card same-day, or be super-proactive and schedule your gift massage for delivery ahead of time.
You forgot Mother’s Day and/or Father’s Day
D’oh! It happens to the best of us — but that doesn’t mean that it’s OK to forget Mom and Dad. Luckily, the powers that be have arranged a rain date, called Parents’ Day. Retain or regain your halo by gifting them a Zeel Massage.
They’ve been having a rough time
Your parents were always there for you. Now you can be there for them, even if you can’t physically be present. An on-demand and in-home massage is a great way to reduce stress and boost the immune system, great for your parents if things aren’t looking rosy right now.
They are physically active
Did one or both of your parents recently take up a new sport? Or does their fitness put you to shame? Whether it’s marathoning or water aerobics, fitness means muscle aches and pains. A sports massage or two, delivered by Zeel in as little as an hour, is a great way to show your parents you care by helping them stay flexible and recover from athletic injury.
You just got married
Did you recently tie the knot? That means that you have a whole new set of parents. Show you appreciate your in-laws with a Zeel Massage, delivered to their house with as little as an hour’s notice. Buying a massage gift card from Zeel is sure to start this new family relationship off on the right foot.
They are babysitting your children and/or pet
Did the grandparents take time out of their busy schedules to watch your beloved offspring and/or pet? While spending time with the grandkids and/or grandpuppies is a pleasure, it’s also a lot of work. No doubt your parents have some back pain from picking up the little ones. Say thank you with a Zeel Massage, delivered on demand. Your parents will enjoy the benefits of massage — and be more than ready to babysit on your next trip out of town.
You stayed with them on vacay
A vacation massage is lovely, but it’s hard to relax when you have a full house. Yes, your parents deserve a hostess gift — and they’ll love a couples massage to enjoy after your departure.
They’re having trouble sleeping
Even in retirement, sometimes restlessness can take over and cut into quality ZzZ’s. That’s why Zeel teamed up with Arianna Huffington’s company Thrive Global to design a custom Sleep Massage that will lull your folks into a peaceful slumber. This special modality of nighttime massage can be ordered just as easily as any Zeel Massage On Demand — through the mobile app or on our website, or even with a gift certificate. They’ll be back to counting sheep in no time.
It’s Parents’ Day! Celebrate the best parents in the world with the best gift for relaxation: a Zeel in-home massage.
Marcy is the SVP of People and Communications at Zeel. In addition to overseeing the humans of Zeel, Marcy has written about workplace topics for more than 20 years both at Zeel and as VP of Content for Vault.com, a career information web site and publisher.