With massage therapy booming across the country, a new, cheaper alternative is coming to the fore.
The spa, which is located in the upscale, gated community of L.A.’s Westside, is offering $10 million to anyone who can find a massage therapist who can do an online or in-person massage.
The company is now offering $5 million to the first qualified person.
A massage therapist is a medical practitioner who specializes in the treatment of chronic, non-cancerous pain, or those suffering from chronic or non-specific conditions, such as arthritis, osteoarthritis or fibromyalgia.
The service is usually provided by a licensed massage therapist, but the L.O.P.P., which is affiliated with the Medical Association of Greater Los Angeles, says the LPLA will soon allow for the appointment of licensed therapists in private homes and hotels.
In addition, the LPAL will offer up to $5,000 for anyone who qualifies, but does not need the therapy.
The L.P.’s Medical Association says the new service will create thousands of new jobs in massage therapy.
But the LPLA hopes to get the service on the market as soon as 2018, when the LPEU’s tax-exempt status expires.
If it does, the medical association hopes to see more massage therapists and spa locations opening up in the LPO area.
It says the tax-free status would help the LLA to remain the most popular place to visit.
L.U.L. has already approved the establishment of a new LPL-certified facility in the neighborhood, the massage center, but it will have to wait to see how many people sign up for the new program.
The city has also put in place a moratorium on the practice of massage therapy, but many residents of the neighborhood say the moratorium is not effective and is not necessary.
“The moratorium is a good thing for a lot of reasons,” said Kevin Wysocki, president of the LPUA.
“There’s not a lot going on with it.”