Week of March 10, 2019
What’s Happening: Spring is next week and we know we're excited! How about you? If you are gearing up for spring cleaning, build in an incentive. A massage is a great way to reward yourself for getting your house in order. Book yours today! http://bit.ly/2Es03ju
Also, we want to let everyone know that we have changed our price menu to make choosing and scheduling your massage easier:
30min. - $45
60min. - $70
90min. - $100
120min. - $120
No more trying to figure out which modality/technique to book. We customize each massage according to the needs of our clients. Any appointments that were scheduled prior to these changes will be honored at the previous price.
Fun Holidays this Week:
March 14: National Pi Day – Why today? Because today is 3.14, the value of Pi.
March 16: Incredible Kid Day – If you know an incredible kid, let them know how special they are.
Keeping hydrated is an important part of staying healthy. Water promotes cardiovascular health, keeps your body cool, helps muscles and joints work better and keeps skin supple. Here is this week’s hydration recipe:
Cantaloupe, Honey, and Mint Water
½ c water
½ c honey
4 c (about 2 lbs) cantaloupe cut into 1 inch pieces
¼ c fresh lime juice (about 2 limes)
2 Tbsp fresh mint leaves
¼ tsp salt
sparkling water or club soda
mint sprigs for garnish
· Combine the honey and water in a small saucepan and heat over medium low heat until water and honey are combined and just beginning to boil, about 2-4 minutes. Remove from heat and cool slightly.
· Combine honey syrup, cantaloupe, lime juice, mint leaves, and salt in a blender and puree until smooth.
· Using a fine meshed sieve or a piece of cheesecloth, strain the cantaloupe mixture into another container. Discard solids. You should end up with about 2 cups of liquid.
· In each glass, pour ½ c of the cantaloupe juice over ice. Fill the rest of the glass with sparkling water or club soda and stir to mix. Alternately, you can mix equal parts cantaloupe juice and sparkling water in a pitcher with ice and pour into glasses as needed. Garnish with a mint sprig and enjoy!
Reflexology, while not technically a massage, uses pressure on the feet and hands with specific thumb, finger, and hand techniques. It’s based on a system of zones and reflex areas that reflect different parts of the body. Benefits include increased energy, better circulation, and deep relaxation.