Bigger may be better in Florida’s Jacksonville. While Miami may be more glamorous, Jacksonville is its own flavor of Floridian powerhouse. Jacksonville is the largest city in Florida, both in size and population. Now, Jacksonville residents and visitors alike will be able to top off a day on Neptune Beach or the TPC Sawgrass Golf Course with a relaxing, revivifying Zeel massage. Zeel has launched in Jacksonville, Florida, and as in all Zeel locations, available 365 days a year.
Zeel has over 9,000 vetted, licensed massage therapists in its network, and many of those top therapists are available for booking in Jacksonville. Book a massage on the Zeel massage app for iPhone and Android or on zeel.com. Choose from Zeel’s varied massage techniques – deep tissue, sleep, Swedish, prenatal, and sports massage. Then indicate preferred therapist gender (or no preference) time and place. That’s all it takes to get your in-home massage.
Is Zeel massage expensive? Not at all. The great thing is that, even in this center of North Florida tourism and leisure, Zeel is competitively priced with local high-end spas. The cost of a 60-minute Zeel massage can be as low as $117, and that includes gratuity, for a seamless, cash-free transaction.
With its year-round sun, Jacksonville attracts people who care about wellness. That’s why Zeel massage membership is a great fit for Jacksonville-ians in Zeel’s latest city. Annual Zeel massage members enjoy a 60-minute Zeel massage at a special, discounted member rate and receive luxurious welcome gift. If you’re thinking of Massage Envy membership, compare the two options first.
Of course, Jacksonville is a center of commerce in Florida as well. But did you know that Zeel also offers professional chair massage services for offices, events, and other group settings? It’s great to bring a Zeel massage to your workplace for a little workplace Zen. (We can’t all meditate at our desks, after all.)
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.