Mobile day spa Ripple Massage and Beauty will launch in the Yarra Valley this week in a bid to entice visitors to Australia’s Yarra Valley with its unique pampering experiences that are sourced from around the world. Ripple Managing Director Alison Shaw made the decision to launch in the Yarra Valley in the wake of the recent bushfires that devastated the region, to help stimulate the local economy and restore its prized tourism industry.
“We are trying to do our part to promote tourism and rebuild the community by encouraging people to visit and stay in the Yarra Valley region.
“We will be servicing homes, hotels and B&Bs, to provide extra incentive to visit the area and take advantage of our enticing mobile massage and beauty offers,” said Ms Shaw.
Ms Shaw travels the world to bring back rare styles of massage and beauty techniques that are not found anywhere else in Australia. Their newest beauty offering, the Chocolate Massage, uses warmed chocolate oil from head to toe to melt away stress and relax muscles.
Ripple provides a unique mobile day spa service to women, men and couples with professional therapists on hand to visit your home or hotel room and tailor your individual experience - allowing you to relax and unwind in the comfort of familiar surroundings.
Ripple currently services the Melbourne region and will expand into the Yarra Valley as of 1 April; with plans to further expand into Mornington Peninsula and several other Victorian regions in 2009.
Clients can indulge in an abundance of other rare massages including the Blokes Massage and Seated Chair Massage. Ripple also offers tailored packages for men, women, couples and hens parties and a wide range of luxurious beauty treatments such as spray tanning, manicures, pedicures, exfoliation and heavenly facials.