This month I celebrated my 40th birthday. As a gift to you and to expand my home practice, I’m offering as much as $95 worth of discounts through the end of this month.
The first deal is available only to new clients at my home practice: $40 for a 1 hour massage. That’s a $35 savings off the regular price, and is available through the end of October for an initial visit for new clients.
The second deal is available through Yelp to both new and returning clients, and may be used twice. You may purchase 1 or 2 certificates for $45 each, saving $30 each time on the regular price of a 1 hour massage. These certificates are good for up to 1 year from the date of purchase. I haven’t set an end to the Yelp deal yet – it depends on how well the promotion goes.
For the best deal, new clients may use both the $40 special for new clients as well as 2 of the Yelp deals, for a total savings of $95 for 3 hours of massage. The Yelp deal may also be purchased as a gift for loved ones.
Feel free to call or email to schedule. I’ve also posted my Google calendar below the fold so you can see my availability. Mondays-Thursdays, same day appointments are frequently available with an hour or two notice (call to schedule).
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It has been a while since I’ve posted, and an update is overdue.
Last year in March, I started working at the UCSF Mission Bay Fitness & Recreations Center. I have settled in to two shifts: Saturday from 2:30-7:30 and Sunday from 9:00-2:00. The price structure at UCSF has so that it is now the same for students, members and the general public alike. The rates are now $38 for 30 minutes, $68 for 1 hour and $98 for 90 minutes. Non-members still get a day pass to use the gym when you get a massage.
Last year, I was also working with On the Spot Massage at Whole Foods’ Harrison St. location in San Francisco. Sadly, that service ended at that location when Whole Foods went through a remodel and decided they didn’t have space for massage any longer. I had hoped something would come up to replace the service in the SOMA district, but nothing did, at least with that group. I miss the folks who had become regulars as well as the conversations with a diverse group of people, so I’ll make an effort to join or recreate a similar setting in the future. But – that is a project for another time that is for now on a back burner.
My home practice has grown slowly, but surely over the past couple of years. Now I want to make a more concerted effort to build it further. I’ve invested in a Yelp ad which includes a one-minute video. If you’ve been to my front page lately, you’ll see it there. Four great clients helped put it together, for which I am enormously grateful. I’ve also posted the video at the end of this post below the fold.
On October 10th, I celebrated my 40th birthday. In the spirit of both celebration and expanding my practice, I’m extending a gift to you by offering a one hour massage for $40 to new clients. This deal may be claimed only once, but feel free to share with friends. I am also doing a $45 Yelp deal, which may be used twice, and is open to current and past clients as well as new clients. Take advantage of all three for the best deal and save $95: 1 $40 massage + 2 $45 massages = $130 for 3 HOURS! of massage (vs $225 at regular rate). The $40 deal will only be around through the rest of October, but we’ll see how things go with the Yelp deal.
Feel free to call or email to schedule. I’ve also posted my Google calendar below the fold so you can see my availability.
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