Roses And Sparkling Wine To Launch New Valentines Day For Couples service

EXIGE MEDI SPA is celebrating the launch of their Valentines Day For Couples Massage service by offering couples roses and sparkling wine. More information available at https://www.exige.ca.

Calgary, Canada - February 14, 2018 /PressCable/ —

In a slightly different approach to launching its new Valentines Day For Couples Massage service, EXIGE MEDI SPA, a massage therapy spa in Calgary, Alberta has decided that all of it’s couples should receive a rose and complementary sparkling wine in celebration of Valentine’s day. The special will run from February 14th to February 18th inclusive.

Where most businesses tend to just start offering a new service without truly celebrating the occasion, EXIGE MEDI SPA has decided to provide a truly unique pampering experience for lovers with the introduction of its Valentines Day Massage For Couples.

Dr. Amanda DIEP, Co-Owner at EXIGE MEDI SPA, says: “We wanted to offer customers a memorable experience with the launch of our couples service. It should really be worthwhile and we’re hoping it will be enjoyed and appreciated by all.”

EXIGE MEDI SPA has always made a point of standing out when compared to it’s peers in Calgary. This launch celebration is just one of the many ways it does so and although it only last a few days. EXIGE hopes it will leave everyone with wonderful memories.

This gives a chance for Calgary residents to enjoy a massage in a serene, tranquil environment. Being side-by-side somehow makes people feel more comfortable, and they really seem to enjoy their quiet time together. Since the treatment ends at the same time, customers can go out for dinner and truly make it a mutual experience. EXIGE is dedicated to pushing the envelope when it comes to the delivery of exceptional service at reasonable prices.

EXIGE MEDI SPA has been serving the Calgary, Alberta area since September 2012. To date, registered massage therapists have successfully delivered over 20 000 treatments and is recognized as the number 1 spa and wellness center by Tripadvisor 2 years in a row. Exige is the only spa recipient in Calgary of the coveted “Certificate Of Service Excellence” (awarded for the last 2 years). The spa can be found just off of Center Street, on 2 Ave S.E. near the South East side of the Centre Street bridge.

Dr. Amanda DIEP also said: “While EXIGE MEDI SPA may not be the only wellness center offering massage therapy, Calgarians are choosing EXIGE MEDI SPA because we make it a point to put customers at ease with the decision to try our services. We offer 100% satisfaction guarantee. If within the first 30 minutes of your treatment you are not satisfied with the service, just let your therapist know, the massage will end and you will not be charged. Think of it as our way of saying thank you for trying our services.”

When asked about the new Valentines Day For Couples service, Dr. Amanda DIEP said: “It’s going to be uniquely catered to couples with a copious amount of pampering, an industry leading massage and quiet, quality time together. What better way than to enjoy an amazing massage experience in celebration of lovers day.”

Further information about EXIGE MEDI SPA and the new Valentines Day For Couples service can be discovered at https://www.exige.ca.

Contact Info:
Name: Philippe ARMAND
Email: exigecalgary@gmail.com
Organization: EXIGE MEDI SPA
Address: 110 2 Avenue Southeast #6, Calgary, Alberta T2G 0B3, Canada
Phone: +1-403-918-8936

For more information, please visit https://www.exige.ca

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 300630

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