Give your valentine the gift of relaxation from Massage Envy

Now's your change to enter to win a massage for two!

Sponsored by Massage Envy Hawaii

Valentine’s Day is just a few days away, and if you’re looking for gift ideas you may want to check out Massage Envy. That’s where you can treat your special someone to the gift of a spa day! HI Now host Kanoe Gibson is getting a look at what the company has to offer.

The experts at Massage Envy believe that regular massages and facials are an integral part of total body wellness. Stress can take a toll on your body, and even though your body works hard to keep up, it needs help. Keeping your body running efficiently should be high on your to-do list and regular massage is key to operating at peak efficiency.

While Massage Envy offers customized massages, a lot of people don’t know that the company is also America’s leader in skincare services provided. There you can enjoy customized facials, both 60 and 90-minute sessions.

If you’re looking for a more romantic experience this Valentine’s Day, a couple’s massage is the perfect service to book. There’s nothing like enjoying a relaxing massage with the one you love! However, there are also Massage Envy gift cards available so you can let your loved one pick out exactly what they need to enjoy some relaxation.

This Valentine’s Day, Massage Envy is actually giving away a massage for two! To enter, just text “Valentine” to 808-745-1208.

Massage Envy has four location on Oahu: Aina Haina, Kapolei, Kaneohe, and Pearl City. There is also a Massage Envy on Maui in Kahului.

About Massage Envy:

From day one in 2002, the Massage Envy brand was built on the foundation of helping people feel their best. Massage Envy is not defined by its position as a category leader, but rather by the lives changed by the work of therapists and estheticians across the country. Massage Envy has made therapeutic massage services and skin care solutions accessible to a network of more than 1.5 million members in franchised locations across the United States.

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