This month at Saltwater Massage Studio, our February Special is one built for two – sweethearts and lonely hearts and everything in between… 90 Minute Massage For Two! (45 min each)
This is our twist on a “couples massage”— TWO 45 Minute Massages Sessionsbooked back-to-back. The truth is, we think the whole side-by-side thing is a little goofy and we want to give you our full attention so you get the full therapeutic benefit of a great massage. So grab a buddy, book it together, and enjoy a nice cup of tea while you wait for your turn for bliss… ($55/person)
** To book online, schedule a regular 90 min session and note both names on the appointment. Or just call us at 978-390-7600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to set it up!
p.s. We expect Valentine’s Day weekend and the week of 2/15 – 2/20 to be especially busy, so we recommend planning ahead
p.p.s. Community Night is next Monday, February 7th from 4 – 7. $10 mini massages! Last month was a hit, and we hope you can join us!
“Loving Others Begins With Loving Your Self. Self-Love Begins with Self-Care.”
February is ‘Heart Month’ and Valentine’s Day is a great time to remind everyone to take good care of themselves. This month Dreamtime Wellness™ is focused on ‘Heart Health’ because heart disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S. (http://www.cdc.gov)
YOU CAN Control Some of the Risk Factors, Such as –
High Blood Pressure; when uncontrolled is the #1 Cause for Heart Disease
THE GOOD NEWS- You can better control blood pressure through diet, exercise, healthy weight, relaxation and when needed, medication as prescribed by your doctor.
Tobacco Use; Smokers are at 2-4 x the Risk for Developing Heart Disease (www.aha.org)
THE GOOD NEWS – Within minutes of stopping smoking you experience health benefits! Contact us with advice on how to stop.
High Cholesterol – levels are affected by affected by age, gender, heredity and diet. Recent news reports remind us that a diet high in saturated and trans fats that raises the unhealthy LDL cholesterol. (Good News for our local fishermen and lobstermen!)
THE GOOD NEWS – You can help control your cholesterol levels through exercise, maintaining a healthy weight, and avoiding saturated and trans fats.
Obesity – People with a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or higher are considered obese. (www.aha.org)
THE GOOD NEWS – By losing even 10% from your current weight, you can lower your risk of heart disease.
Inactivity –Studies show that 2 hours and 30 minutes of moderate physical activity every week will reduce your risk of heart disease by about 30%.(www.world-heart-federation.org)
THE GOOD NEWS – Regular, moderate physical activity helps prevent heart and blood vessel disease.
Diabetes increases the risk of heart disease and stroke, If you have diabetes, it’s especially important to work with your healthcare provider to manage it and control any other risk factors you can.
THE GOOD NEWS – The risks are lessened through healthy diet, healthy weight, exercise, relaxation and when needed, medication as prescribe by your doctor.
Notice, ALL of these risk factors helped through EXERCISE! On Cape Ann there are plenty of places to enjoy indoor and outdoor activity. We’ll be sharing more health tips on GMG in the coming days, weeks, and months. And local CSA’s help provide ‘farm to table’ fresh food. The Farmer’s Markets and http://www.farmfresh.org/food/farm are great resources for local healthy food.
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