Why CBD, Why CBD Facial
Why CBD Why CBD Facial?
- it's antioxidant properties help lessen the visible signs of aging
- it is soothing and great for sensitive skin
- it helps reduce oil production, making it great for acne-prone skin
CBD (also known as cannabidiol) is the non-intoxicating component of marijuana or hemp plants. CBD is extracted as a powder, and is typically mixed with an oil like olive, hemp, or coconut. It’s extracted from the flowers and leaves of the hemp plant, whose THC content is exceptionally low (often so low it cannot be detected by testing equipment).
Disclaimer: This facial WON'T GET YOU HIGH, but it will make you feel great! ⬇️ Just ask Stephanie ⬇️
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dealing with depression
In this week's episode of Mind the Gap Stephanie talks about a topic that all of us have encountered in one way or another - depression.
It's real and can affect anyone.
In our culture there is still a lot of shame, secrecy, and even fear around depression. With suicide rates on the rise and continued uncertainty in our world it is vital we speak about this topic.
In real and honest terms Stephanie shares ways we can bring more awareness to this topic and how it's a very normal thing to feel depressed at one point or another in our life.
When depression hits, we may feel powerless, helpless...hopeless. We are scared, confused, embarrassed and feel alone.
By addressing how we are feeling, and then accepting it, we regain some power. With this power comes our ability to choose to reach out for help-- which gives us an opportunity to deal with it and move beyond feelings of helplessness.
By feeling and dealing, we activate the healing process as we move forward slowly. As we make progress, hope is slowly restored.
Let's work together to bring healing to our world. It starts with us. Let's Go!
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This is one of the best text messages we've received today, courtesy of James, thank you:
“Hey - did you guys know we made it through the first rounds of Best of Westchester for Massage?"
We did not know!
We work hard because we love what we do... and we believe in our mission to bring Sanctuary to the world.
And...it’s also super nice to be recognized without asking.
Huge thanks to those of you who voted to make this possible!
Onto round 2! Let’s win it.
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tiny house wisdom
In this week's episode of Mind the Gap Stephanie interviews special guest James to talk about what it means to really let go and take a leap of faith when making significant life choices. He ought to know about having faith --- in addition to being an outdoor enthusiast, he is also an Emergency 1st Responder, NCAA Coach, and Professional Rock-Climbing Instructor to name a few...
In this eye-opening conversation James shares about his decision to take the path less traveled - and a leap of faith when he and his wife decided to build a tiny house (300 square feet!) in the mountains to raise their 2 kids. Be sure to watch the video as he gives us a tour!
James talks about what it really means to let go and face our fears in order to follow the beat of our own drum. He shares many "gold nuggets" of wisdom that include feeling the fear and doing it anyway. His approach to life is refreshing- he demonstrates what it means to walk in faith and focus on things we can control, rather than things we can't.
Perhaps what Stephanie loves most about James is his ability to hold space for others to let go, be themselves, and discover what path works for them. When she met him a few weeks ago he was leading an outdoor adventure for her that put her face to face with a fear of heights + letting go-- when she jumped off a platform 50 feet from the ground in the middle of the woods. The whole time Stephanie was literally shaking with fear and he allowed her to feel the discomfort -- to "stew in the soup" so to speak. James didn't force her to make the jump-- or make her feel bad about her choice if she decided not to. He accepted her fear and even the possibility that she wanted to back out.
Stephanie ended up making the jump-- one of the most terrifying experiences of her life. His ability to create safe space and also let her "be" was powerful. It was a reminder that whether we are jumping off a platform, or walking into a room of strangers, we all face fear. Accepting fear is part of life. It's what we do with the fear -- let it stop us -- or use it to move us forward - is what gives life meaning.
No matter what you are facing in life - you will want to tune into this inspiring episode! It's rich and enlightening in the best way.
To connect with James, you can reach him at: firstname.lastname@example.org or on IG @mrfitjc
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Therapeutic Deep Tissue Sports Massage
Therapeutic Deep Tissue Sports Massage
Did you know receiving regular therapeutic massage keeps you enjoying what you love to do while also feeling good?
Here's what recent clients have to say:
"Peter was the best deep tissue sport massage I have ever received. He knew exactly where to work based on my pain and condition. He was in good communication about where he was working on the pain and why. And if it was too much or not enough pressure. Perfect." -Kevin
"Best massage of my life! Def coming back" -Jillian
Our therapeutic deep tissue/sports massage is designed to target the deeper layers of muscles and tendons.
Concentrated pressure is used to break down adhesion's (knots) caused by overuse, injury, and stress.
Ideal for chronic tension and to move stuck energy.
Essential for pre- or post-workout flexibility, recovery and restoration. And to keep the fun going!
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