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Introducing Zeel Massage on Demand: Like Seamless, but Better

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We've officially run out of reasons to leave our apartments this month, particularly now that Zeel, an online health and wellness directory, has introduced Massage on Demand. Basically, it's like Seamless but without the food and instead, with a licensed massage therapist. To book an appointment, head to the website, where you'll choose the length of your massage, whether you'd prefer a male or a female, and the times you're available.

Then you'll pay for it, with tax and tip included, so it's NBD if you don't have any cash. And if you're really in a hurry to get those shoulder kinks worked out, Zeel will send you a therapist within one hour of your booking. So far, the program is only available in New York City, though the company is planning to also roll it out to other cities in the future.
· Zeel [Official Site]