Spring is just around the corner, and arms are our March focal point.
If you’re like me you are thinking of warmer weather and shorter sleeves. Are you arms ready for the transition? Here’s some tips to keep those arms in shape. For treatment options I’ve been seeing amazing results with my Sculpt machine and Microcurrent. The session is 1/2 hour and includes a cleanse, exfoliant, Sculpt, and Microcurrent with firming product application. Ala Carte = $50.00 per session. Package of 4 = $180.00 Biceps Curl Bend your elbows at your sides, holding
Beating the winter blues
It seems many of us are tired and worn down from the snow, ice, wind and deep penetrating chill. In a given year, about 5 percent of the U.S. population experiences seasonal depression. Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that's related to changes in seasons — SAD begins and ends at about the same times every year. If you're like most people with SAD, your symptoms start in the fall and continue into the winter months, sapping your energy and making you
Why do we apologize for ourselves?
I’d like to continue the theme of self awareness. Recently, I was working with someone and there was this need to correct one’s self after every other sentence. I’m not a therapist, but I do have to ask what is going on that we need to apologize for every word, existence and thought. Psychology today 4/1/2013 says, Because apologizing makes them feel bad about themselves. ... Instead, the reason we apologize is to make the person we intentionally or unintentionally harmed fee
Frustration, Nurture and self love all in one day.
How does it feel to have to constantly defend your position to someone? Frustrating? Overwhelming? Helpless? Hopeless? Draining? These are only a few emotions that come up when we are put in a position of being condescended towards. Recently I had an altercation via phone with NY Healthcare over my insurance. When I hung up I experienced so many emotions it was hard to say what fit for the first 12 hours. Today I want to talk about the resolution of these feelings. My first s
Lets’ stand up for positive reinforcement of beauty!
I have been noticing advertising ads that insist that unless you use or purchase their products you will not be attractive, desirable or perfect. The marketeers would have you believe that without them you are not beautiful. Beauty as defined by Webster: a combination of qualities, such as shape, color, or form, that pleases the aesthetic senses, especially the sight. So where does that leave us as women? Are we to believe that beauty which is represented within, as well as,