HEALTHY REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD MAKE A SPA-APPOINTMENT TODAY.

“The true health and balance come from the gifts of the earth and elements of nature..”spa5

Following Are Few Benefits Of Spa Treatments & Products:
MANAGE ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION:Massages soothe anxiety and depression.
It reduces levels of the stress hormones, resulting in lifted spirits and often lower blood pressure.
EASE PAIN & STRESS: It helps people in pain feel and function better compared to people who didn’t receive any massage treatment. Massage has also been linked to decreased stiffness and pain, as well as better range of motion in people with osteoarthritis.
IMPROVES SLEEP: If you’ve ever dozed off on a massage table, you don’t need to be convinced that a massage can promote healthy sleep. Massage’s effect on delta waves, the kind of brain waves connected to deep sleep. BOOST IMMUNITY: Multiple studies have linked massage to better functioning of the immune system.

ENHANCEMENT OF BEAUTY: Spa therapies like facials and body polishes use gentle exfoliation techniques to remove dead skin cells and stimulate new cell growth which gives you healthy, glowing skin. Body wraps and anti-ageing facials firm up loose skin and treat the unsightly appearance of cellulite, revealing younger-looking skin.

BEAT PMS: Massages can kick PMS symptoms, like bloating and mood swings, to the end.

IMPROVES FOCUS & AWARENESS:Massage therapy helps reduce mental stress and relaxes the mind by increasing alertness.

REDUCES HEADACHES: Just like muscle and back pain, headaches can also be alleviated thanks to massage. A regular rubdown can reduce a person’s number of migraines.
IMPROVES BLOOD FLOW: Massage increases blood flow, which plumps up slack skin, encourages drainage of toxins out and away from cells so that more nutrients can travel in, adds vitality to a dull complexion and healthy hair HELPS TO DETOXIFY:
Exposure to pollution, erratic eating habits and frequent consumption of alcohol lead to accumulation of toxins in our body. Accumulated toxins interfere with the body’s metabolism and lead to hormonal imbalance and indigestion. It is therefore important to regularly detoxify one’s body.

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Where is your SUNshine?

We are almost on the onset of Summer and dreading those sharp rays of gorgeous yellows in the sky… and getting ready to SUNblock and SUNscreen your way into Summer 2015?

Before you buy your stocks of lotion, it is important to know that all sun is in not bad sun (and a lot of sun is also not good sun). Confusing? Well, yes sunshine is the most important and vital sources of Vitamin D. Vitamin D also called the “sunshine vitamin,” because it’s produced in the skin as a response to sunlight, is a fat-soluble vitamin in a family of compounds that includes vitamins D1, D2, and D3. It can affect as many as 2,000 genes in the body and has many benefits that help us live a longer, stronger and healthier life.

Here are a few key benefits of exposing yourself to the yellows of summer (or that of vitamin d):

  1. Sunshine has pain-killing (analgesic) properties
  2. It helps increasing subcutaneous fat metabolism
  3. Regulation of human lifespan (solar cycles appear to be able to directly affect the human genome, thereby influencing lifespan)
  4. Daytime sun exposure improves evening alertness
  5. Sunshine can directly convert to metabolic energy (i.e. we may “ingest” energy directly from the sun, like plants do)
  6. It also strengthens bones, teeth and leads to a healthy immune system

Grab some sunlight boys and girls and fill yourself up with Vitamin D and good health! 🙂