Many are talking about how much parents are spending taking their children for a day at the spa. Several parents do this once a week or more in some cases. The question is, is this ok? How will this later affect our children? I would never imagine taking my four year old son to the spa for a day of relaxation, but believe or not, some people do. Some people spend thousands of dollars every month to help their children feel better after all the stress of a day in the fourth grade. There are actually some spas available now that are just for children.
So, is this ok? I
would think so, in moderation. It might not be my thing as a parent, but maybe
for someone else, it is. I think moderation is the key word here, though. Where
the problem begins is when parents start doing this on a weekly or bi-weekly
basis. Children start getting used to this and this is where issues arise.
Not only do these
children start to think that they are better than other children because they
are pampered on a continual basis, they also start to look at themselves
differently. They start to see their looks as one of the key components of
life. They see how they look to others as a very important thing at the ages of
ten and eleven when they should be focusing on more kid-friendly things like
Imagine enjoying a deeply relaxing and restful experience in a private spa, surrounded by nature’s beauty, trees, birds and butterflies! It’s the perfect setting for you to experience the “touch of nature” at Nature’s Touch Spa in Ocean View, in Cape May County, New Jersey. Here’s the right place where you feel relaxed the moment you enter, retreating from everyday life! It’s one of the “best kept secrets” in Cape May County, where many have come to relax with therapeutic massages, spa therapies and facials. Massage therapies can be combined with skin care and body treatments for additional health benefits. Nature’s Touch Spa offers a wide variety of relaxation therapies for both men and women. Try a Hot Stone Massage! This treatment combines traditional Swedish massage techniques with warm, smooth basalt stones and cold marble stones placed on key tension areas of the body to help balance, calm and create a feeling of wellbeing.
A host of body
treatments are available, too, including Buff and Bronze, Salt Glow,
Rosemary Mint Awakening, and Unwrapped, which is a very restful
spa experience where you lay on a warm massage table while aromatic steam
cleanses and detoxifies your body underneath a Steam Bath Canopy. This therapy
allows you to accomplish the same results as a body wrap without feeling like a
Nature’s Touch owner, Kathy Gillespie, recently
welcomed Linda Stout Dawson to the Spa’s staff. Linda explains, “My
passion for massage was ignited when I was a little …
I love throwing parties and one that I had last spring was a spa party. I was first inspired to throw a spa party when I saw a picture of Ana Nicole Smith with her friends at a spa resort. It looked like a lot of fun relaxing and spending time with friends. So I wanted to create a spa party with all of my closest friends right at my home. I thought this would be an inexpensive way to get that spa treatment. There are simple things you can do to create a spa party at your home. Hire a massage person. You can get a great deal if you have someone come into your home. I find a massage person at the gym I was working out at. This person would give massages at the gym and I thought how perfect it would be to have them at my party. They charged $20 dollars an hour. I thought this was a great deal. I charged my friends $10 dollars and they each had a half an hour massage. You can also find a massage person at a spa. Sometime they are will to work on the side and charge less since the money is not being deducted by the business they normally work for.
foods. I looked up some healthy recipes on the Internet. I made sandwiches,
salads, smoothies and fruit cocktails for dessert. My friends loved eating,
relaxing and socializing.