Chocolate, Romance and Wine

27 Jan 2015
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WHY CHOCOLATE MAKES YOU FEEL ROMANTIC? After eating a chocolate there is actually a chemical in it that makes you feel the same way you felt when you got your first crush. That’s the same chemical that your body makes. People always say that chocolate is an aphrodisiac or the love candy. There really is some truth in that. Maybe that’s why romance writers love chocolate.   HOW TO TASTE CHOCOLATE AND WINE Take a sip of wine first and roll it around on your tongue. Then take a bit of chocolate and let it go through your mouth slowly melting. Then take another sip of wine. You’ll notice a.

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12 Romantic Ideas

23 Jan 2015
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  AHHH LOVE! In honor of upcoming Valentines Day, we thought we’d post the next few blogs about AMORE! 1.   Say to your love when you awake in the morning:  “What can I do for you today that will make your life easier and less stressful?”  Then do it. 2.   Leave a love note on the bathroom mirror. 3.   Write a love note – a real love note and send it via the US Mail.  Here’s a simple start:  “I love you for a million reasons, here are the top three.” 4.   Send flowers to his or her office for no reason other than to say “I love you.” 5.  .

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Pumpkin and Carrots are good for your skin! Try our Treatment!

16 Jan 2015
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Pumpkin is a great for the skin treat. It is an excellent treatment for all skin types, especially environmentally damaged or sensitive skin. Rich in Vitamin A (skin healing), C (anti-oxidant) and Zinc, the pumpkin soothes, moisturizes and acts as a carrier, assisting the other mask ingredients to absorb deeper into the skin and intensifying the results. 

Pumpkin puree has enzymes and antioxidants that offer results similar to gentle alpha-hydroxy action; It removes dead dull cells, while its beta-carotene-rich antioxidants nourish your skin. This will moisturize and nourish your skin, leaving it smooth and glowing. Pumpkin and Carrot Enzyme Treatment– Our organic Enzyme Treatment utilizes glycol and lactic acid to.

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Opening Up To Happiness

11 Jan 2015
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Research on how to increase positive moods and capitalize on your strengths has proliferated in recent years, thanks to the positive psychology movement, and has shed light on ongoing insights into personality, mood, and cognition. Not everyone is born with a sunny disposition, but experts agree we can all learn how to bring more meaning and satisfaction into our lives.   Happiness is something that lies within ourselves. We ourselves are responsible for our living conditions and our present state of mind. I It is well said that- “There is no nourishment like happiness; it’s an elixir. There is no sickness like sorrow; it’s a poison.” Now the question arises.

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Muscle Relaxation & Deep Breathing Techniques for Stress Releif

05 Jan 2015
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Coming to our spa is always a wonderful experience, our massages are second to none! But for those times when you need some stress relief, here are two great ways to get there, between appointments with us!   Practicing deep breathing meditation The key to deep breathing is to breathe deeply from the abdomen, getting as much fresh air as possible in your lungs. When you take deep breaths from the abdomen, rather than shallow breaths from your upper chest, you inhale more oxygen. The more oxygen you get, the less tense, short of breath, and anxious you feel. Sit comfortably with your back straight. Put one hand on your.

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