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December massage offer

RELAX          INDULGE          ENJOY

You deserve some pampering this Christmas.

You deserve some pampering this Christmas.

Quick, get in some serious ME time before the end-of-year festivities and give yourself a soft, glowing complexion to boot.

Throughout December, we’re offering you a 20% discount on our Head to Toe massage, a divine combination of two of our most popular treatments, the Rejuvenating Facial Massage and the Revitalising Foot Massage.

40€ instead of 50€ for a 60 minute massage.

52€ instead of 65€ for a 90 minute massage.

Ideal for getting rid of tension and helping you to unwind. Click on the links above for more information.

Offer valid for all bookings taken up to and including 31st December 2015.

To book your massage, or if you need more information, just call:

06.47.14.06.03

or email justmassage33@gmail.com

Offer does not apply to Gift Vouchers.

 

Just Massage - Mobile Massage Therapy

Just Massage – Mobile Massage Therapy

Just Massage offers home massage in and around the Mérignac and Pessac area (near Bordeaux, France).

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Great hair – the natural way

If the sun, sea and swimming pool are taking their toll on your hair this summer, try these easy home treats.

Silky soft

Rehydrate hair by adding one or two drops of Roman camomile, lavender or rosemary essential oils to a carrier oil (try sunflower or grapeseed).

Massage into hair and leave overnight (protect pillows with a towel, or a scarf around your head).

Shampoo off in the morning.

Make it shine

Mix together 3tbsp mashed avocado (why not use an over-ripe one that’s blackened and is no good to eat), 2 tbsp carrot juice, 3 tbsp olive oil and a drop of essential oil such as ylang ylang or jasmine.

Work the mixture into wet hair and cover with a scarf or clingfilm.

Keep it in overnight and rinse out the next day.

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Source: Essentials magazine

Unlock your neck

When we are stressed, we often get into the habit of jutting our chins forward, particularly in the car or when sitting at a  computer.

Because the head is so heavy, as soon as it is out of alignment with the spine, it puts extra stress on the neck muscles.

To counteract this, try this exercise:

Sit tall on a chair against a wall, so that your back and head are both against the wall. Press the underside of your tongue to the roof of your mouth (which unlocks the muscles at the front of the neck) and slowly draw your chin towards your chest, using just the muscles at the back of the neck.

It’s a subtle exercise and needs to be done slowly.

Source: Woman and Home magazine

Thought for the day

He who loses himself in his passion is less lost than he who loses his passion.

Saint Augustine (354-430)

Essential oils for smelly feet

Pure essential oils should not be used neat on the skin except in a few exceptional cases, but they can be used neat in many simple, highly effective ways around the home.

If, like me, your football-mad sons have smelly feet and trainers/football boots, that leave an undesirable odour around the house, here’s a quick and easy solution using essentail oils.

Add 2 drops each of tea tree and lemon essential oils to a tissue and immediately rub the entire insole of the shoe with it.

Leave the tissue in the shoe overnight.

Thought of the day

They did not know it was impossible so they did it.

Mark Twain

Gaze into the flame

Meditation is a wonderful thing to master but most of us, even if we haven’t blanked the possibility as alternative mumbo-jumbo, will go a long way to avoid sitting down and observing our grasshopper minds.

Besides, it’s very hard to just sit there and meditate.

You need to creep up on the technique in stages, so try this instead.

Light a candle and place it on the table in front of you.

Sit at the table and watch the candle flame.

Concentrate on deep breathing, while watching the changing, flickering flame.

Keeping your eyes occupied like this makes it easier to focus on your breathing.

 

Source: Woman and Home magazine