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What is Fascia?

February 28th, 2019 • Posted by Lupe Guthrie • Permalink

Fascia is the connective tissue that forms a matrix of support around the body and within every layer of the body from our muscles and bones to our muscle cells.

“Fascia surrounds every muscle, every bundle within muscles, groups of muscles, it surrounds every nerve, every artery, every vein, all the lymph vessels. These are all embedded in envelopes of facial tissue. Fascia is also forms large envelopes around the whole body,”

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Love You Head-To-Toe

February 11th, 2019 • Posted by Lupe Guthrie • Permalink

Dear friends: Nothing says I love you more than complete and utter indulgence. Which is why you’ll score big points when you give your lucky Valentine this deluxe, muscle-melting Spa Day experience.

Love Rocks!

60 Minutes -Hydrating Hot Rock Massage, -Full Body Dry Brush Exfoliation, -Hot Herbal Steam Towel Treatment.

90 Minutes -Sweet Cheeks Natural Custom Designer Facial, -Detox Peel, -Hand Hydration Collagen Treatment, -Exfoliating Lip Treatmet.

-Served with Hot Tea. -Take Home Gift Bag!

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Rosecea... Redness?

January 20th, 2019 • Posted by Lupe Guthrie • Permalink

Rosacea is a skin disorder that affects approximately five per cent of the population.
It refers to a range of symptoms that generally start with some blushing or redness on the face. As the condition progresses, symptoms typically worsen with persistent redness on the nose and cheeks. Small blood vessels begin to grow particularly on the nose, and worsen with time.
Diffused generalised redness may become constant, which may also become worse when we exercise or drink coffee or alcohol. Pimples can develop as well, furthering the misperception that Rosacea is ‘adult acne’ While the cause of Rosacea is unknown and there is no cure, today medical help is available that can control the signs and symptoms of this potentially life-disruptive disorder.
Anyone of the following warning signs is a signal to see a dermatologist or other knowledgeable physician for diagnosis and appropriate treatment before the signs and symptoms become increasingly severe

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