The return of “Better Call Saul” to AMC (and rumored first appearance of Gus Fring) isn’t the only on-demand hit to grace Albuquerque this season. Zeel, the world’s first and largest same-day, in-home massage service, officially launches in Albuquerque this week.
No need to set up shop in the back of a spa like Jimmy McGill in order to enjoy the benefits of massage therapy. With Zeel, the 5-star spa experience comes directly to your door with just a few swipes of the Zeel mobile app, available on both iOS and Android. Whether you’re at your house, in the office, or staying at one of New Mexico’s charming boutique hotels (the Andaluz was voted “one of the top hotels in the world” by Condé Nast Traveler), you can quickly book a massage in the style of your choice, and a licensed massage therapist within the Zeel network arrives in as little as an hour — transforming your location into your very own spa pop-up.
After 60 minutes of deep tissue bliss (or perhaps a traditional Swedish massage is more your style), you’ll feel as calm and cool-headed as part-time bodyguard Mike Ehrmantraut — and decades younger. Several other massage techniques are also available, including a refreshing sports massage, which could come in handy after trekking Albuquerque’s 400 miles of scenic bike trails.
What’s more, with Zeel’s massage membership, you can kick back and relax every month with a regular massage appointment based around your personal schedule. Members receive 15 %-20% discount on their massages. Space blankets are not recommended, but if you do have a pre-existing condition like Jimmy’s brother Chuck, you can simply mention this while booking, and your massage therapist will be happy to cater the experience to your physical needs.
ABQ residents and visitors alike are already enjoying the transformational effects of Zeel Massage On Demand, delivered at the touch of a button.
Image Credit: Michele K. Short/AMC/Sony Pictures Television. Jimmy (Bob Odenkirk) gives Kim (Rhea Seehorn) a much-needed massage in a scene in “Better Call Saul” Season 3.
Zack is a writer, producer and marketer with 10+ years' experience in the advertising, nonprofit and tech startup industries. He is currently the Education Production Team Lead at Foundr Magazine, a web site for entrepreneurship education and was previously Content Manager at Zeel. Learn more about Zack on LinkedIn.