Weekly Newsletter May 6th, 2018

Body Dialog Massage Weekly Newsletter

Week of May 6, 2018

What’s Happening: Mother’s Day is next week. Gift certificates are always a great idea and this week (May 6-12th) I’m offering a $20 discount on all gift certificate purchases…that means you can buy a 1 hour massage gift certificate for only $60 or a 90 minute massage gift certificate for $85! Pamper mom with the love she deserves, or go ahead and pamper yourself!

Fun Holidays this Week:

May 6: National Nurses Day – Thank a nurse today.

May 8: National Teacher’s Day – Thank a teacher today.

May 9: Lost Sock Memorial Day – A moment of silence for all those socks lost in the dryer. Feel free to throw away all your mismatched sets today.

May 12: National Train Day – Choo, choo!

Hydration Recipe
Keeping hydrated is an important part of staying healthy. Water promotes cardiovascular health, keeps your body cool, helps muscles and joints work better and keeps skin supple. Here is this week’s hydration recipe:

Pineapple Water
Ingredients:
3 cups pineapple, cut into chunks
Water

Instructions:
Combine ingredients in a pitcher. Chill until ready to serve – about 1 hour.

National Bike Month
With more and more bike trails and lanes popping up in cities around the country, cycling has been regaining popularity as a healthy and environmentally-conscious activity that any skill level can partake in. May is “National Bike Month” and there are some great reasons to add this exercise to your repertoire.
Cycling is an easy sport to get into. It’s low impact and uses all of the major muscles groups to pedal. As more trails and pathways pop up, the amount of bike commuters has grown. Starting your day outdoors in the fresh air over sitting in traffic is a great endorphin boost. And riding around town on a bike puts gas money back in your pocket, not to mention the cost of downtown parking.

All the pedaling improves your heart, lungs and circulation reducing your risk of cardiovascular disease. Cycling actually strengthens your heart muscles and commuters have two to three times less exposure to pollution improving their lung function.
As you build your cycling skills, take your bike off-road and try mountain biking. Mountain biking has the same heart healthy and decreased disease benefits of regular cycling, but taking your bike into the woods has some magical mental benefits too. Mastering techniques like going over your first log or taking on your first rock garden will boost your self-confidence, and the scenery is other worldly which decreases anxiety and stress.
Bicycling is a great exercise for the body and the brain. It’s easy to pick up and it’s great for all ages and levels. Celebrate national bike month and go for a ride.
You may feel some soreness if you aren’t used to riding. If you do, give me a call and I’ll help soothe those sore muscles.

Special Offers: Don’t lose out on the gift certificate deals this week. $20 off all gift certificate purchases. I take debit and credit cards as well as cash! Call me at (928) 421-0877 to get this deal!
Have a spectacular week,
Rosey Jones L.M.T.