Body Dialog Scrubs!

Scrubs and Wraps
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For those of you who have expressed an interest, I am ready to provide the Body Dialog Scrubs!

A body scrub greatly increases blood and lymph flow (body cleansing) while it removes dead skin cells leaving your skin fresh and soft. The skin is one of our largest organs facilitating the exchange of moisture to regulate our temperature and allowing absorption of vitamin D. We also receive many different types of sensation through our skin so it’s important to clear clogged pores and let our skin ‘breathe’ freely again.

There are many choices for your scrub:

Harem Scrub
Valerie Ann Worwood, a prolific authority on essential oils and their uses, inspired this Sea Salt Scrub. I found the blend of Citrus oils, Rose and Sandalwood irresistible and engaging, hence the name. An unscented emollient oil and lotion massage afterwards will ensure that you will enjoy being surrounded by this uplifting aroma for hours after your treatment.

Plain & Simple
I am well aware that some of my clients are sensitive even to essential oils so I have prepared an absolutely plain version of the Sea Salt Scrub made simply of salt and an unscented oil blend. To follow the salt exfoliation I have unscented body butter

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for the finishing massage to leave your skin clean, super soft and scent-free.

For the Guest
At your request, I can blend up to three essential oils to make your own custom Essential Oils Scrub that I would follow with a coconut oil rehydration massage. Soothing coconut oil is well known for retaining the skins moisture to prevent cracking, repairing wear and tear and increasing skin tone and protecting against microbial infections. Make this treatment your very own!

When you call to book, remember that you will want to wear comfortable, casual clothing and go straight home from my office.

By the time you read my May blog, I will also be ready with Body Dialog Mud Wraps to detoxify and refresh your skin…more on those next month!

Help for Headaches

Have you ever had a headache ruin your day? Most of us probably have and some of you may deal with headache pain very regularly.

There are numerous types of headaches, each with their unique set of symptoms, but there are conditions that can exacerbate most any headache.

Here are some underlying factors that can cause headaches; do any of these apply to you?

  • Inadequate hydration
  • Not enough quality sleep
  • Poor diet
  • Toxicity from drugs
  • Environmental overwhelm – allergies, smog etc.
  • Too tightly wound for too long
  • Food allergies
  • Too much caffeine or sugar
  • Hormonal imbalance
  • Taxes!!!

We have many options to help ourselves before reaching into the medicine cabinet for a pharmaceutical fix. Here are nine things to do when you get a headache:

  1. Consider the list above to lessen the load on your system.
  2. For migraines you might try butterbur, feverfew, CoQ10, magnesium, vitamins B, C and < E.
  3. Inhale calming essential oils (lavender, eucalyptus, chamomile, peppermint are my favorites).
  4. Get some deep massage on head and facial sinus points.
  5. Use prolonged pressure along the occipital ridge at the base of our skull where it joins our neck.
  6. Maybe purchase a ‘still point inducer’ to rest your head on.
  7. Use ice or heat on your shoulders.
  8. Sleep it off as soon as possible once a headache ‘aura’ occurs.
  9. Get some massage on your temporalis muscle (just above your ears).

When you experience headaches it is often a signal from your body to make some lifestyle changes. As I like to say, “Your body is your partner: your symptoms are your guides”.