People loooooove massages. It’s no wonder, considering they often help withÂ acceptance, relaxation and letting go. That is, until you get bodysnarked when all you’re trying to do is get your bliss on via a body rub.Â That’s what happened toÂ Laura Smith, a Colorado woman who says she was told she was “too fat” to receive a massage.
Topic: massage therapy
“Um, is it normal to cry? Because I am about to start.”
Just…right in the middle of it. Without clothes on, under a sheet on a heated table, bawling my eyes out. More
Massage therapy is an excellent way to relieve stress, tension and pain, but the prospect of taking one’s clothes off and getting kneaded by a stranger can cause anxiety to some. Here are a few frequent, nerve-wracking questions many people have. More
Ready to relax? Well, we’ve got a new 40 Days of Giveaways prize to help you do just that. If youâ€™re late to this spring fling: Blisstree is using the season of Lent to reward you for giving up your vices in favor of healthier habits. Each weekday from now until May 3, weâ€™ll give away a different prize to one reader just for becoming our Facebook fan. And todayâ€™s prize is all about relaxation, restoration, and rejuvenation. Weâ€™re giving away one (1) Heavenly Acupressure Mat (worth $50) to one reader who simply â€śLikesâ€ť Blisstree on Facebook. Time to seriously say see you later to stress. More
Being Blisstreeâ€™s Facebook fan undoubtedly has its benefits â€“ namely, free prezzies. In the past few weeks, weâ€™ve given out hundreds of dollars in giveaways, from an organic food delivery to a Guy Fieri knife set, and a pair of lululemon athletica workout pants.
And now, Lauren Cruse just won our latest giveaway: a $150 gift certificate for a 75-minute signature â€śBlissage Massageâ€ť good at any Bliss spa location around the country. How’d she do it? Easy. She simply became a fan of Blisstree on Facebook.
This week’s Facebook giveaway is, dare we say, blissful. One lucky reader will win a $150 gift certificate for a 75-minute signature “Blissage Massage” at Bliss Spa locations around the country, just for being a fan of Blisstree on Facebook. It’s simple. Click here and hit the “Like” button to become a fan of Blisstree before September 26 at 5 p.m. EST. Then you’ll automatically be entered to win lots of chilled-out giveaways including this one. Now, will that be Swedish or deep-tissue?
Not to brag, but this week our Facebook giveaway kind of rules. One lucky reader will win a $150 gift certificate for a 75-minute signature “Blissage Massage” at Bliss Spa locations around the country, just for being a fan of Blisstree on Facebook. It’s simple. Click here and hit the “Like” button to become a fan of Blisstree before September 26 at 5 p.m. EST. Then you’ll be automatically entered to win lots of chilled-out giveaways like this one.
Being Blisstree’s Facebook fan undoubtedly has its benefits â€“ namely free prezzies. In the past few weeks, we’ve given out hundreds of dollars in giveaways, from an organic food delivery, to a Guy Fieri knife set and a pair of lululemon athletica workout pants. This week, we want to offer you something to help you chill out: a $150 gift certificate for a 75-minute signature “Blissage Massage” at Bliss spas around the country. More
No, not THAT Sharon Stone. THIS Sharon Stone is a colon therapist and former massage therapist who attended the Swedish Institute of Massage and Allied Health Sciences. As a colon therapist, she’s certified though the Wood Hygienic Institute in Florida. … More
Take a minute to remember theÂ teasersÂ fromÂ your favoriteÂ fitnessÂ infomercials: Sexy, flat abs in less than two weeks! A super-fun workout you wonâ€™t want to stop!Â Never step foot in a gym again! We’ve allÂ been there,Â gazing at the empty promisesÂ blaring from our TV at … More
Personal confession: I’m kind of obsessed with crazy health treatments, and I’ll try any one of them if I get the chance, including cupping. You’ve heard of cupping, right? Europeans and South Americans have long used this therapeutic treatment that … More
The next time your gal pal says she needs a smoke because she’s “so stressed,” you’ve got a comeback for her. In a study done with 469 patients who quit smoking after being hospitalized for heart disease, those who stopped … More
Post-Workout Massages Don’t Help Blood Flow: A new study shows thatÂ massages don’t reduce lactic acid in muscles after exercise. Just don’t tell your husband. (via The New York Times)
Ah, affection. In my five-week experience of working through the self-help book, How to Be an Adult in Relationship: The Five Keys to Mindful Loving by David Richo with my BF, we’ve reached the fourth â€śAâ€ť â€“ my fave â€“ … More