Viga Massage Launches National Expansion Of It’s Services

Viga Massage has proudly announced that has launched its mobile massage services in more than 24 locations nationwide across Australia. The mobile massage startup recently launched their service across Australia and is getting a phenomenal response regarding this much anticipated expansion.

Melbourne, Australia - August 19, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Viga Massage has proudly announced that has launched its mobile massage services in more than 24 locations nationwide across Australia. The mobile massage startup recently launched their service across Australia and is getting a phenomenal response regarding this much anticipated expansion. The mobile massage company has been preparing for this expansion since earlier this year, and it is aiming to completely redefine the mobile massage industry as well as the local market throughout Australia.

“It has been a team effort, which has required a significant time and economic investment” said Toby Schulz, while talking about this recent expansion of Viga Massage. Toby, along with his two brothers are the three owners of Viga.
“We are very proud to be emerging as the number one mobile massage service in Australia and can’t wait to treat every Australian to the best experience on the market.” he added. According to Toby, the company is determined to revolutionise the massage industry of Australia and by having nationwide presence, is hoping to leverage that scale early on to ensure they can serve customers wherever they may be located. Some of the key locations customers can get an in home massage are; Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide.

The Victorian Government, Better Health Victoria channel states the following in relation to the health benefits of massage therapy; “Massage prompts the release of endorphins – the brain chemicals (neurotransmitters) that produce feelings of wellbeing. Levels of stress hormones, such as adrenalin, cortisol and norepinephrine, are also reduced. Studies indicate that high levels of stress hormones impair the immune system.”

Viga Massage offers a wide range of massage services for its valued clients. These include Swedish massage, sports massage, remedial massage, pregnancy massage, hotel massage, couples massage and corporate massage, etc. Moreover, the startup also offers great prices and special discounts for recurring services.

A significant aspect to their offering is the ability to seamlessly and quickly book your mobile massage online via Viga’s website. The process takes less than 60 seconds, and the pricing is flat rate which means there is no hidden surprises or charges which pop up after the service.

Customers of the mobile massage company have also been sharing phenomenal reviews and testimonials regarding their experiences and the startup wants to serve the locals and tourists alike.

Contact Info:
Name: Toby Schulz
Email: Send Email
Organization: Viga Massage
Address: 368 Little Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3004
Phone: 1800 870 834

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Source: MarketersMedia

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