In-Home Massage in Fort Myers

Zeel delivers top quality mobile massage therapy in the comfort of your home or workplace in Fort Myers for pain relief, stress management, and wellness.

How It Works


Book an on-demand massage at home, in your hotel room, or at your office, from our app or


Choose the massage type of your choice and the gender of your therapist, and he or she will arrive with a massage table.


Book whenever you like, 8am to midnight, 365 days a year, and enjoy a 5-star experience every time.


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Send them to the spa--in their living room. Zeel delivers top-notch massage therapists to your home.


Best In-Home Massage in Fort Myers Made Easy

Welcome to Fort Myers, a charming city located in Southwest Florida known for its beautiful beaches, vibrant arts scene, and rich history. Fort Myers is a popular destination for both tourists and residents seeking relaxation and stress relief. With its serene atmosphere and picturesque surroundings, Fort Myers offers the perfect setting for unwinding and rejuvenating.

One of the best ways to experience relaxation in Fort Myers is through a mobile massage service like Zeel. Whether you're a local looking to de-stress after a long work week or a visitor in need of some pampering, Zeel's in-home massage options, including deep tissue, Swedish, prenatal, and sports massages, cater to your specific needs. Imagine enjoying a soothing massage in the comfort of your own home or hotel room, overlooking the stunning views of Fort Myers.

For those seeking a romantic escape or a fun bonding experience, couples massages are also available through Zeel. Fort Myers is dotted with scenic spots perfect for relaxation, such as the historic downtown area, the peaceful waterfront parks, or the luxurious resorts along the coast. With Zeel's convenient booking process through their iPhone and Android app, indulging in a rejuvenating massage experience has never been easier in this tranquil city.

Book a 5-star massage in Fort Myers easily in seconds from our website or massage app.

Fort Myers Massage Therapists

There are over 10,000 massage therapists in the Zeel network. Here are a few that are available for in-home massages in Fort Myers.

4.79 stars average rating

Rob C.

Rob is a dedicated massage therapist who provides soothing massage to clients throughout Tampa Bay Area. He graduated in 2008 from the Florida College of Natural Health Florida and has worked in various spas and chiropractors. Rob customizes each session according to his client's specific needs and health goals. Rob is also a personal trainer, so he understands the importance of massage therapy when it comes to healing the body. He is well-versed in several massage modalities, including Swedish, deep tissue, sports massage.

Rob C.

Rob is a dedicated massage therapist who provides soothing massage to clients throughout Tampa Bay Area. He graduated in 2008 from the Florida College of Natural Health Florida and has worked in various spas and chiropractors. Rob customizes each session according to his client's specific needs and health goals. Rob is also a personal trainer, so he understands the importance of massage therapy when it comes to healing the body. He is well-versed in several massage modalities, including Swedish, deep tissue, sports massage.

The Most Trusted Name in Fort Myers Massage

In Fort Myers, FL, experience the convenience and luxury of in-home massage with Zeel. Choose from a variety of massage options such as prenatal, sports, deep tissue, Swedish, or couples massage, all in the comfort of your own space. Whether you're a local resident or visiting the area, Zeel's at-home massage services are available year-round, from 8am to 10:30pm, ensuring relaxation and rejuvenation whenever you need it.

Zeel's in-home massage services extend beyond Fort Myers, FL, to over 120 cities and destinations nationwide, making it a go-to choice for mobile massage. Travelers can also enjoy the benefits of Zeel by scheduling a massage during their stay at a hotel, bringing the spa experience directly to their temporary accommodations. With the convenience of booking through the Zeel iPhone or Android app, getting a professional massage has never been easier or more accessible.

Indulge in the ultimate relaxation experience with Zeel's in-home massage services in Fort Myers, FL. Whether you're looking for a therapeutic deep tissue massage or a soothing Swedish massage, Zeel offers a range of options to cater to your specific needs. With the flexibility to schedule a massage at your preferred location and time, Zeel ensures a seamless and personalized wellness experience that fits into your busy lifestyle.
A massage therapist will come to your home, hotel, or office in as little as an hour in Fort Myers, or schedule in advance.

Zeel is available in Fort Myers
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The Press Loves Zeel

The Wall Street Journal

Zeel Networks Inc., an on-demand massage provider, has closed $10 million of a $12 million Series A round. The funding comes as the service, which is available in 20 cities, is slated to expand into three more areas. Zeel plans to launch in Phoenix, Austin and Seattle on Monday. Emil Capital Partners led the round, which has participation from Slow Ventures, Partech Ventures, New Atlantic Ventures and Spafinder. The company didn’t disclose its valuation but has raised $15 million to date. Zeel took a circuitous path to its on-demand massages business. When the company first launched in 2010, its founders envisioned it would be a service like ZocDoc but for alternative medicine. Instead the team quickly noticed half the bookings the company received were for massages. They also observed that more than 50 % of the 25,000 bookings they received were for massages in the next four hours. As the team pivoted into on-demand massages, it moved to address concerns of customers and practitioners. The company also thought it could get the best therapists if it could provide them a feeling of security. The app requires customers to prove their true identity using a social security number or a scan of a government-issued ID. Zeel Chief Executive Samer Hamadeh said this discourages bad behavior among clients. “The whole industry was screaming for a service to do this,” Mr. Hamadeh said. Unlike other on-demand services, the Zeel app also lets customers know how much of the amount they paid actually goes to the therapist. Mr. Hamadeh said this encourages customer loyalty because they know the therapists are paid well on the platform. Zeel is one of several companies that have realized there is a large market for on-demand massages in the home. Mr. Hamadeh said he knows of at least a dozen startups in the category. Soothe Inc. raised $35 million in Series B funding earlier this month. Soothe also acquired competitor Unwind Me in the fall. Correction: A previous version of this article said Zeel raised $11.5 million to date. The company has raised $15 million to date.

The New York Times

Who has time for a spa day? Along with need-it-now services like virtual check-in and grab-and-go meals, hotels are offering 12-minute exfoliation treatments and 10-minute massages for travelers who want their spa treatments in the time it takes to microwave garlic potatoes. No longer the purview of airports, lickety-split beauty and wellness treatments are augmenting the traditional spa menus at hotels and resorts. In the wake of the 2008 recession, many spas began offering shorter treatments for consumers who could no longer afford to indulge: Some 75 percent of spas added abbreviated treatments to their menus, according to the International Spa Association. The trend stuck, and appears to be taking on renewed significance at a time when beauty and wellness-on-demand apps like Glamsquad and Zeel allow people to book and receive massages, manicures, makeup applications and blowouts wherever they are — an Airbnb rental, an office building — with a few taps on a smartphone. Among the nascent players is JW Marriott Hotels and Resorts. The upscale chain is rolling out its Spa by JW concept with treatments that last 12 to 25 minutes and can be booked without an appointment. Treatments include scalp massages, shoulder massages and hand exfoliation and moisturizing, and are offered in chairs tricked out with scent infusers, noise canceling technology and smartphone charging stations. “It gives our travelers who honestly don’t have the time to do the full spa treatment the ability to refresh or calm down after a flight,” said Mitzi Gaskins, Marriott International’s vice president of luxury brand management. So far, Spa by JW is in a couple of hotels, including the new JW Marriott Houston Downtown and the JW Marriott Mumbai Sahar in India; some 25 spas are in the pipeline. Ms. Gaskins said the concept grew out of Marriott’s research, which included talking to avid spagoers around the world as well as guests who don’t usually frequent hotel spas. Some felt intimidated by the typical spa setup, which often includes a secluded location within a hotel, a seemingly aloof reception desk staff and undressing and putting on a robe. Spa by JW is designed to be in a busy area of a hotel; a kind of additional lounge for guests that also offers quick pick-me-up treatments that can be booked on a whim rather than reserved a week before. The 12-minute tension-release massage at the JW Marriott Houston Downtown, for example, is $25; the 90-minute deep-tissue intensive muscle release massage is $200. In December, Viceroy Snowmass in Colorado began offering its “ski-in/ski-out spa treatments” for skiers and snowboarders who want to spend a full day on the slopes but don’t mind pausing for a bit of pampering. Guests can ski right up to the spa, hand their skis and poles to a “ski valet,” and then take an elevator down to the spa for treatments that last 30 minutes. A Mediterranean lunch with healthful bites including hummus, olives and roasted vegetables is part of the package and may be eaten during the treatment — to save time, of course. The most popular treatment, according to Debbie Alcorta, the spa operations manager for Viceroy Snowmass, is “Kick Off Your Boots” (30 minutes; $95 for the treatment, lunch and gratuity), which includes a foot bath in warm water, a lemongrass mimosa scrub, cuticle grooming and a hot stone massage. And good news for those who want to rush back out to the slopes: You don’t even have to don a robe. “We can just roll up your ski pants and your little second-skins, do the treatment and get you on your way,” said Ms. Alcorta. Another treatment, “Warm Up Your Hands and Toes” (30 minutes; $95 for the treatment, lunch and gratuity) is a hydrating hand and foot therapy to combat dry winter skin that, like “Kick Off Your Boots,” is performed in a communal spa suite. Skiers can walk-in, ahem, ski-in, for appointments between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., or make a reservation for a specific time, Ms. Alcorta said. When they’re done they can use the rest of the spa facilities, including a relaxation lounge. “And then they can get back on the slopes,” she said. While not every hotel spa is quite so convenient, a number have “express” menus, like the 21c Museum Hotel in Cincinnati, which offers 30-minute Swedish massages ($75), pedicures ($45) and facials ($85). There’s also a 10-minute massage called the “See You in Ten” ($25). At the same time, on-demand beauty and wellness services that send stylists and therapists to people’s homes or vacation rentals are becoming more popular. Zeel offers appointments every day of the year (holidays, too) in more than a dozen cities, including New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Chicago and Washington. A recent search showed that a therapist who could come to Midtown Manhattan to give an hourlong Swedish massage, for example, would cost $130 before 18 percent gratuity (automatically added to the bill) and tax, for a total of $159.25. The company recently introduced Zeel Concierge, a service that allows hotels and spas to book appointments that they normally couldn’t because of, say, a guest’s last-minute request or a lack of staffing. Now hotel concierges and spa staff can book appointments using Zeel massage therapists, according to Spafinder Wellness, an industry marketing and media group. It’s little wonder Zeel and similar services with apps such as Soothe, StyleBee and Glamsquad are finding success in the age of Uber, when immediacy and personalization are prized. “Sometimes a busy schedule only leaves an hour between work and a night on the town to get rested and beautiful,” says a new report by Spafinder Wellness 365. “Customers are increasingly willing to forgo the experience of a spa — or at least periodically complement it — in exchange for the convenience and flexibility of wellness on-demand.” Is the 90-minute massage doomed? Hardly. Luxury hotels and resorts continue to introduce hour-plus treatments for those who want to spend the afternoon slathered in olive oil body butter, or have a deep-pore cleansing. But it’s now easier than ever to get a quick fix, whether you just stepped off a plane or a ski slope.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much space do I need for a massage at home?

You will need a space of about 6 x 10 feet, ideally in a quiet, private area. The therapist will bring the table and set it up in your designated location.

What are Zeel's hours?

Zeel massages are available between the hours of 8:00 AM and 10:30 PM, every single day of the year—including weekends and holidays.

What massage techniques does Zeel offer?

Zeel's massage modalities include Swedish (or "classic") massage, deep tissue massage, sports massage, prenatal massage, and our signature Sleep Massage. Zeel also offers couples and back-to-back massages.

Who are the massage therapists in the Zeel network?

Zeel providers are licensed, insured, and meet rigorous credentialing standards. Once you book an appointment, your confirmation details will include your provider’s full name, photo, bio, and license information.

Can I book with the same massage therapist again?

Yes! After a massage, you can prioritize the provider in your account and make direct requests with them later. You can also have your therapist book your next appointment before they leave.

Can I choose the gender of my therapist?

Yes, you can. When you book your Zeel Massage, you can indicate your preference for a male, a female therapist, or no preference.

Pricing in Fort Myers

Prices shown are for a 60-minute massage in your area.

Pay As You Go


+ tax and 18% tip = $152.22



+ tax and 18% tip = $140.42

Member Plus


+ tax and 18% tip = $128.62

Massages in Fort Myers

Select an available Fort Myers massage modality.
Swedish Massage Service
A restorative technique that relieves stress, boosts circulation, and eases muscle aches and pains.
Deep Tissue Massage Service
Deep Tissue
A stronger style that focuses on deeper muscle tension and knots – perfect for athletic recovery.
Prenatal Massage Service
A gentle modality designed to boost wellness and relieve the physical strains of pregnancy.
Sports Massage Service
A fusion of deep tissue massage and stretching designed for recovery and injury prevention.
Sleep Massage Service
Our specially designed technique created to help you get a better, more restful night’s sleep.