FEB 2019

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36 @dayspamagazine • Februar y 2019 BUILDING BLOCKS If you perform sugaring services, you'll want to get your hands on (and in) an ErgoWave. The form-fi tting glove developed by sugaring company Alexandria Professional places the hand in an ergonomically correct position for more fl uid sugaring, reducing stress on the wrist, elbow and shoulder, and making the process easier and faster to master. It also establishes muscle memory, so pros are better able to perfect their form during subsequent services, and is appropriate for all experience levels. As a wellness professional, you're in a position to help people work on developing lives that they truly love. To that end, you might suggest they pick up a copy of Create Your Dream Life Now: A Workbook & Guide for Manifesting Your Destiny (HCI Books, 2018) by New York-based yoga instructor, reiki master and life coach Darren Marc. Featuring guided meditations and workbook exercises, along with nine key wisdom tools, the illustrated manual is designed to help readers transform their lives in just 20 minutes a day. Sweet Glove Skincare clients seeking to look brighter-eyed will appreciate the Total Eye Serum delivered by Perk treatment. A result of a partnership between cosmetics company Colorescience and aesthetic device manufacturer HydraFacial, the offering is a hybrid exfoliation and product application using patented roller-fl ex technology to combat dark circles, puffi ness, fi ne lines and wrinkles. As part of the ser vice, clients also receive a one-month supply of Colorescience Total Eye 3-in-1 Renewal Therapy SPF 35, which includes the treatment ingredients combined with broad spectrum, chemical-free sunscreen. THE EYES HAVE IT Salt Chamber recently introduced its SALT and Sound Booth, a unique wellness offering that combines halotherapy (dr y salt), sonotherapy (sound) and chromotherapy (color). Together, the three modalities are designed to balance the mind, body and spirit. The size of a standard shower, it allows users to comfortably sit down, relax, read or wear a headset that plays Frequency Infused Music supporting guided meditation and vibroacoustic therapy. Based on an average fee of $25 per 10-minute session, it's estimated that spas can turn a 4-by-4-foot space into profi ts of at least $6,000 per month. Chamber Music Book Nook

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