Ceremony of Healing Light
Monday, August 6, 2018
7:00PM - 8:00PM @ BWS
*Donation Only (Cash please)
Join Stephanie on her birthday to celebrate the light within. As we brighten our own light, we continue to bring forth much needed healing to the world.
During this ceremony Stephanie will bring us together to create a web of light for healing. She will lead us on a journey of transfiguration where we will re-connect to our own inner light so that we may radiate this light outward into our family and community to facilitate healing.
RSVP to Stephanie here.
*Proceeds will go to the fund we created in house for someone in financial need to receive a healing service from us.
Skin Care for Vacation by Jackie
July and August are busy vacation times and whether you’re taking a weekend road trip or a flight to an exotic location you want to pack light and keep it simple when it comes to skin care. No need to bring your whole vanity with you- just a few key products can keep your skin in shape with little effort!
I always recommend bringing a hydrosol when you travel. Hydrosols are distilled floral waters (think rose water) that hydrate the skin and contain different healing properties. All the toners we use are hydrosols, including our all around favorite- Hylunia’s Colloidal Silver Mist. This is a lavender flower water infused with colloidal silver to provide antiseptic properties to the skin while hydrating it and balancing natural oil production. Use on a cotton pad as a toner or mist over the skin before applying moisturizer or oil. Most can be used over makeup as a setting spray and on the skin to help refresh and soothe sunburn.
A great quality oil is a wonderful multi-use item to bring. Use oil as a cleanser by massaging a few drops on *dry* skin before wiping off with a warm, damp washcloth. Oil doubles as a great makeup remover as well, for even the most stubborn waterproof mascara.
Oil acts as a natural defensive barrier against outside aggressors and moisture loss. Use a few drops of oil on your face to soften and protect your skin after using a hydrosol. This helps lock in the moisture from the floral water to prevent dehydration. The same oil can be used on the body to nourish the skin after too much sun and as a substitute for shaving cream.
There are so many options for oils depending on your skin type but I mostly recommend Jojoba oil as it’s chemical structure is most like that of our natural sebum. When choosing your oil be sure it’s 100% pure and cold pressed if possible to ensure high quality. Avoid using any blends with “fillers” like mineral oil that can clog your skin.
If you are looking for convenience when you travel we carry 4 great Travel Kits from Hylunia; each contains a TSA-size approved cleanser, toner, serum, & moisturizer. Our popular Colloidal Silver spray is now available as a mini size, perfect to keep in your carry on!
Wishing you all safe travels and a natural glow! ✨ Jackie
Blissful Bride Spa Package
The Perfect Gift for a Bride-To-Be!
Ease Your Mind, Indulge Your Body, Rejuvenate Your Skin:
60 min. Aromatherapy Massage
Enjoy a calming aromatherapy massage that will indulge your senses
and relax your mind.
60 min. Floral Facial
Nourish and soothe your skin with our delightful Floral Facial.
Balance and uplift your complexion with a touch of rose.
Package Price: $210 ($20 Savings)
When you book the Blissful Bridal Spa Package at Bronxville Wellness Sanctuary,
receive 15% off your Bridal Hair Style at Fabio’s Hair Studio!
Book Package Here or Call Us: 914.337.9356
Looking to give this as a gift? Purchase instant gift certificates here or stop in to see us!
Summer is for self care...and for having fun in the sun!!!
Did you know receiving regular massage will help keep you enjoying what you love to do while also feeling good?
Benefits of massage include:
Prevents Injury / Inflammation
Calms Body / Mind
Relieves Tension / Tightness
Enhances Performance / Recovery
Book Your Massage Here or Call Us: 914.337.9356
Feng Shui Workshop with Gary
Saturday, July 21, 2018
11:00-12:30PM @Bronxville Wellness Sanctuary
Feng Shui is a system for arranging your surroundings in harmony and balance with the natural world around you.
Join Gary in this interactive workshop to learn about the bagua (also called ba-gua or pakua) -- one of the main tools used in feng shui to analyze the energy of your home or office space. Bagua is the feng shui energy map of your space that shows you which areas of your home or office are connected to specific areas of your life.
Using the bagua, Gary will help you look for outer areas of concern (i.e. money issues, health, relationships) and see where Feng Shui can be adjusted to help out. Take your bagua with you and make the adjustments to your home or office and watch the magic happen!
Gary hails from Westchester and is a Reiki practitioner and psychic consultant. He's been on this path for over twenty years and is well-versed in the mystical arts, including crystals and meditation.
Workshop is limited to 5 people.
RSVP required in advance here or Call us: 914.337.9356
Second Half: Simplify Sweetie by Stephanie
As we embark upon the second half of 2018, it's a wonderful time to stop, look, and listen.
What do I mean?
Many of us start the year with intentions. Whether we write them down, do fancy rituals to root them, or they are buried deep within...we all start with some idea of how we want our life to "be".
Then time passes. Life gets busy. We get distracted. Before we know it, our energy is strewn about!!! Nothing "wrong" with this pattern. It's the cycle of life. Yet, when we choose to live a life of intention, we are called to pay attention. These are times we have to hit the stop button. And half way through the year tends to be a magical time to do this.
Stopping to look back on the previous 6 months, and listening to my higher self, I heard: way too much complexity sweetie. Ahhh, yes!! As many of you know, I've been back and forth between my home in NY and FL. With this has come enormous insight, and the reminder that complexity, often brought upon by my own "doing", isn't in alignment with my core values...my intentions...with me.
And so, armed with this wisdom, I decided simplicity will guide me over the next 6 months.
I have found the deepest peace within (and therefore JOY) comes from living simply.
Many of you may be thinking, that's impossible. Well, it sure isn't easy to live simply these days. There's so much information and noise coming at us 24/7. Unless we take the time to stop, look, and listen we will ride the collective wave...and move further away from what truly brings us joy.
Finding ways to redirect my energy with the intention of simplicity is far more enjoyable (even if more effort at first) then living a life of complexity.
How do we apply our intention to life?
1. Look at the 4 keys areas of life (the same ones I mention in my book, Reclaiming Joy): Health & Well-Being, Relationships & Family, Career & Money, Life Purpose. Usually once we begin to reflect on these areas in a general sense, 1-2 areas needing the most attentionnwill stand out.
2. Pick 1-2 areas to focus on more deeply as it relates to your intention. Remember: with non-judgmental compassionate awareness comes wisdom...
3. Make choices about how to simplify one of these areas and take 1-2 immediate action steps.
My Example: Intention Simplicity
1. Health & Well-Being out of balance with the back and forth NY/FL every month. Taking toll on my energy and quite frankly all areas of life.
2. Upon deeper reflection I realized I was making it complex because I wasn't giving myself enough time in NY. Meaning, I was booking round trip tickets each time thinking structure was what I needed. I learned that while structure is important for some situations, in this case it was making things more complex for me.
3. I have decided when I travel to NY, I will purchase a one way ticket. This will give me flexibility and allow me to spend as much time as I want to there.
Ok, so this may not seem like an earth shattering realization, yet it was! Why did it take me so long to realize it? Who knows. I suspect it's part of being human and getting swept up in the fast-ness of life, rigid thinking and aiming for perfect :)
Because of this, having times throughout the year to stop, look, and listen is important.
I encourage you to try this exercise for yourself. You don't need much time. I did it in a few hours, after meditation one morning.
If you want support and/or a primer, I invite you come on July 12th for My Self Care Meditation & Group Energy Healing Event.