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Stress Relief: Rejuvenate with Body + Face Retreats at Massage Heights {Giveaway}

woman facial mask spa clipartLast year, I was all about getting Project Me off the ground, the realization that I need more time for just ‘me’. Every obligation that I have tends to consume my waking hours, family, work, school, errands, chores, the kids’ sports, and more. I set aside some time once a week for myself, but since then, life has gotten in the way.


The stress is real, y’all! I had fallen off the ‘Project Me’ wagon, the time I have for myself is very far, few and in between now. Last week, I decided that I would try to make it work again. I had my husband grab take out food and tend to the kids for an extra hour or two while I visited a local wellness spa: Massage Heights. I am soooo in need of a retreat! We all know the benefits of massage, so I thought a trial run for a little stress relief would be nice.


Massage Heights


Massage Heights offers custom massages, including your choice of swedish, deep tissue, prenatal, and reflexology, to name a few. Some locations are now offering body + face retreats in addition to massages. They have a recent partnership with Dermalogica, which also allows them to offer affordable facials by licensed aestheticians, too. They specialize in anti-aging, clear skin and skin brightening facials. You can add a variety of elevations to any service, including hot stones, aromatherapy, and foot scrubs to enhance your experience.


Upon arrival, I was greeted by friendly staff. The atmosphere was bright, modern and clean, and there was a slight aromatherapy scent in the air. As a first timer, they gave me an overview of the facility and had me fill out a short customer profile to learn about me, my skin and body problems, and to ensure overall safety. The rooms was very soothing and in pristine shape.


Massage Heights San Diego


I received a custom facial, which was tailored to the needs of my skin.  My aesthetician did a great job and was very sensitive to ask me about specifics of my skin. The treatment included a professional double cleanse, exfoliation, extractions, masque, toner and skin protection. I walked out of that room with a fresh, clean feeling, my skin was looking radiant, too!


Want to know what made me try out Massage Heights? Well, I was alerted to their budget-friendly services and had to give them a shot.  This is no hole in the wall establishment, I have had my fair share of walk in massage nightmares. Massage therapy can be quite pricey, but finding a place that offers 5-star massages and facials for only $49 to start? SOLD. Once you’ve experienced the service, you have the option of becoming a member. This brings an unbelievable opportunity to get regular massages at an amazing rate.


I really hope to get a massage next time, sometimes I feel like I owe it to myself for the work I put in every day. If you are in the market for massage therapy, I highly recommend Massage Heights. You can check them out on Facebook and follow along with them on Twitter for fun wellness updates. There are 3 locations in the San Diego area, but can be found across the United States in most major cities. Find the Massage Heights location that is closest to you here. Take a quick look, and if you see a spa in your area, you’ll love what I am going to tell you next…


Win a Free Massage or Facial at Massage Heights!


Thant’s right! One reader will get a gift card to redeem at any Massage Heights location for the service of their choice, valued at $59.99. This will allow you to experience their services first hand, you will be asking yourself why you did not visit them sooner! Enter to win via the Rafflecopter form below, contest ends September 4, 2013. Good luck!


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Disclosure: I received a gift card for a facial courtesy of Massage Heights to review the service. All opinions are my own.



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