New Year’s Resolutions You Should Actually Keep (And How We Do It)
There is a love/hate relationship with New Year’s resolutions, and we think it’s because we almost always fail to keep them. The percentage of Americans that stick to resolutions is under 10%. So we thought maybe we are all going about this wrong. There has to be a better way.
Easy Ways To Give Back This Holiday Season
It’s tempting to fall into a routine around the holidays and focus on your own family and friends - which is wonderful! But remember that not everyone experiences such joy and contentment during the holidays. Fill your heart and those you’re giving to by donating.
Bringing Harmony To Your Home: How to Create A Space You Love
Your home is a retreat to recharge your body and mind. Take a moment to assess how you feel when you’re there. Does it reflect the energy you desire? If not, that’s okay, these easy tips will turn your ho-hum home into a place with pizazz!
5 Common Skin Problems & Solutions
Flawless skin takes work. While it’s true there are a few lucky people that don’t need to put effort into their perfect, clear skin, the majority of us do. As we age, this becomes even truer, because we try to fight off wrinkles and a host of other skin concerns that arise with aging (and by aging, we mean anyone over 30).
The Magic of Mushrooms For Your Health
Somehow before the age of 10, I had a fear of the little ’shrooms growing in the backyard, thinking that if they touched my toes, I would never be the same.
Breathe Deep, Breathe Free
Science Behind Deep Breathing A deep breath. It sounds so simple but it can solve so many problems. The scientific research behind deep breathing and its positive effect on bodies is plentiful.
Get Summer-Ready With Professional Waxing
If you want a hair-free summer without the hassle of constant shaving and uncomfortable, irritated skin, then you need to reserve a time to see us for professional waxing.
How to Prepare Your Skin for Waxing
Once you choose to wax, you never go back. It’s true! Waxing keeps your skin hairless and smooth for much longer than shaving and it promises reduced hair growth over time.
The Best Facials For Your Skin Type
A facial is an amazing treatment for glowing, healthy skin and is the perfect monthly rejuvenation. We invite you to go on a self-discovery to notice your skin!
Get Your Skin Ready For Spring!
Trees and grass are finally beginning to turn green again, beautiful flowers are blooming, and everyone is starting to spend more time outdoors enjoying the sunshine and rising temperatures.
Before this mind-calming practice had entered into a wider public consciousness, there have been people who have been practicing meditation for thousands of years.
Preventing Dry Winter Skin
It’s common for most people to have dry skin during the winter months. Did you know that you can prevent dry, flaking, itchy and/or cracking skin? Yes, you can!
Great Spa Gift Ideas!
We all have special people in our lives who would love to have a day of relaxation at the spa. But very often, life gets busy and many people think they don’t have the time to indulge in luxurious and relaxing spa treatments.
Glow, Glow, Glow!
Without regular attention, dry skin can lead to cracking and bleeding. Taking hot baths/showers and using harsh cleansers exacerbate dry skin. Keep skin looking youthful and smooth by reducing (and eliminating) chapped and itchy skin with these suggestions:
Making Health A Priority
October is Women’s Health Month, and we’re reminded to put ourselves first and make time for our physical and mental health. If you make your health a priority, it’ll help you stay in good physical shape and will keep sicknesses and diseases at bay.
Time For A Facial
As if you didn’t know, facial treatments offer soothing relaxation. You’ll feel healthy and radiate confidence! There are numerous other benefits of facial treatments.
Day Spa = Happiness
I spent some time around two 10 month old twins and there was no doubt when they were happy - giggling, cooing and smiling; and when they weren’t so happy - crying, growling, squealing. As we learn to use our words, we limit our expressions of levels of happiness to smiles and frowns.