Spring WorkshopJanuary 4, 2021
Come in to Spa Diva, enjoying a warm Sea Salt foot soak and foot scrub, follow by nail care and callus treatment then balance your senses and ground yourself as your feet are massaged through finger point pressure. Reflexology relieves tension throughout your body through corresponding reflex points on your feet. Wonderful for decreasing pain and stress as well as giving some much needed TLC on your feet.
** ADD-ON TO THIS TREATMENT:
Polish (OPI or CND Vinylux) 15.00
Shellac or Gel Remover 25.00
Heartwarming 2021!January 1, 2021
Remember - Life is unpredictable...
Laugh so hard that even sorrow smiles at you...
Live life so well that even death loves to see you exist...
Love so true that even hatred walks out of the way...
No regrets, just LOVE!!! Wholeheartedly.
The Greatest Wealth is Health!
UPDATEJanuary 1, 2021
Due to the global COVID-19 crisis, Spa Diva would like our valued customers to know that we are actively taking extraordinary precautions to maintain sanitation and hygiene as always, along ensuring a clean environment. If you or your family members recently returned to Canada from an area that has been hit by the Coronavirus, or you are showing symptoms please follow the 14 days quarantine requirements of the government of Canada and stay home or seek medical attention immediately should a fever, dry cough, difficulty breathing or any other symptoms arise. "6 feet apart or 6 feet under?"
COVID-19 Government of Canada
We resume operation in June with new cleaning protocols, PPE requirements and masks, we thank you for your patience through this time of uncertainty and we look forward seeing you in June.
This is the time to be mindful that the best way to prevent the spread of infections is to:
- Wash your hands with soap and running water, preferable 25 degrees Celsius for at least 20 seconds (2 birthday songs) or using hand sanitizer if water is not available;
- Washing your hands before and after touching mucosa, food, locks, knobs, switches, remote control, cell phone, watches, computers, desks, TV, car handle, shopping carts...etc;
- Avoid touching your or others eyes, nose or mouth, especially with unwashed hands;
- Cover with a tissue or a paper towel when coughing and/or sneezing, if you don't have those with you, you can sneeze into the crook of your elbow;
- Must to humidify hands dry from so much washing, because the molecules can hide in micro cracks. The thicker the moisturizer, the better. Also keep your nails short so that the virus does not hide underneath.
- Rest and hydrate, maintain warmth, avoid uncooked foods;
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BE SAFE and STAY HEALTHY! Namaste
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Scheduling an appointment in June:
HYDRATED THROUGHOUT THIS WINTER!
The colder climates can be tough on your skin. Cold temperatures often mean low humidity, which dries out skin. Bitterly cold winds can also strip moisture from exposed skin. Also the holiday season come sooner to some of us and alcohol is a huge dehydrator which should try to limit your intake. Throughout the winter months and holiday season, many people find their skin to be rough, red, tightened, cracked or peeling because of dryness. To treat a mild case of dry skin at home, avoid taking long, hot showers, and apply a moisturizer daily. You can stay fully hydrated throughout the day by drinking water and other fluids, as well as eating foods that are hydrating.
Fruits are an excellent source for water. Watermelon is 90% water, so it ranks highest on the list. Oranges grapefruit, cantaloupe and honeydew are also strong contenders.
Vegetable, though not as full of water as fruit, can also provide a nutrient-rich water source. Stick with celery, cucumbers, tomatoes, green peppers and Romaine lettuce.
And if you are going to raise a glass or two, aim for a least a 3 to 1 ratio with water.
If you don't like the taste of plain water, try adding lemon, lime, raspberries or mint. Or coconut water would be another option.
*Have a well hydrated body* ^.^