Massage Heights, a Westlake Village therapeutic massage clinic, is celebrating new ownership and a grand re-opening with a special promotion.
Through Nov. 30, Massage Heights Westlake Village will offer a 90-minute massage with an elevation—hot stone therapy, revitalizing face massage or reviving foot scrub—for $59.99.
Elevations are add-on services that enhance the benefits of a guest’s massage and concentrate on a specific need.
Hot stone therapy helps relieve sore muscles and intensifies the restorative properties of a guest’s massage.
The revitalizing face massage is a combination of warm towels and cool stones said to allow beneficial oxygen and nutrients to penetrate the skin.
The reviving foot scrub provides hydration and exfoliation to the feet.
Massage Heights Westlake Village at 2900 Townsgate Road, Ste. 210, has served the community since 2008.
Local entrepreneurs and new Massage Heights franchisees Kelly Hoyman and Becky Leehey assumed ownership July 1. They plan to open a second location in the area next year.
Both Hoyman and Leehey are natives of Southern California and have extensive backgrounds in wellness and marketing.
Hoyman, who grew up in Thousand Oaks, spent 17 years with McDonald’s, most recently as a senior marketing director.
Leehey resides in Westlake and spent nearly a decade with Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts as executive director of the wellness division.
After leaving their corporate jobs, Leehey and Hoyman decided to use their background in franchising and luxury brands to open their own business.
Massage Heights in Westlake Village is open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. weekdays, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturdays and 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sundays.