Valentine’s Day reminds us to take a moment and express love and gratitude for that special someone in each and every one of our lives. Maybe it’s a boyfriend, girlfriend, fiancée or husband, but it can also be a grandmother, aunt or a close friend from college that has always been there for you – through good times and bad.
We want you to take a moment and think of that special someone in your life that deserves more than a card this year. Who has swept your heart away or inspired you? Give them the gift of restorative health this year and a chance to truly indulge…
Massage is proven to benefit a laundry list of symptoms and is increasingly being offered along with more standard treatments. It’s been found to help: anxiety, digestive disorders, headaches, sports injuries and more. We even accept insurance for medical massage!
Stress is an abstract symptom and is different for everyone. The simple act of taking the time to sit and have a pedicure, relax in a bath, or melt into a massage table can help relieve muscle tension, clear your mind and stimulate the circulatory system.
Spa treatments purge the body of excess toxins and fluid. Sluff off the extra layer of toxins built up in pores with a facial, massage, or cleansing scrub.
Show your loved ones you care about their mental and physical health this year. They mean the world to you and you can prove it to them by surpassing the traditional card and dinner date by treating them to an experience they will never forget.
Not only do spa treatments improve your appearance but they improve your mood and how you tackle the world. Give the gift of a boost to your loved ones confidence that will help them be their best self.
Show your loved ones you care about their mental and physical health this year. They mean the world to you and you can prove it to them by surpassing the traditional card and dinner date: treat them to an experience they will never forget.
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