Healthy Living for the New Year

healthy livingEvery New Year people make unrealistic New Year’s resolutions that often never happen, such as radical diets. We may stick to them for a few weeks, but often that’s as long as it lasts.

Rather than setting specific (and difficult) goals, we can choose some general intentions that are both enjoyable to attain and still allow us to live a healthier lifestyle. There are many options and choosing one or two might be more realistic. Getting together with several friends to work out or go walking is one option. Choosing to eat more fruits and vegetables and less carbohydrates and sweets might be more attainable than a strict diet.

Teatrees would like to offer another option that is both an enjoyable and healthy choice. Our VIP Membership program is available to everyone and allows you to receive monthly massages at a discounted rate.

Many people have expressed a desire to receive regular massage but find it difficult financially. We have designed this program to make it affordable for everyone so they can receive much-needed therapy. Research has shown that those who receive regular massage therapy once or more per month have decreased pain and inflammation, increased flexibility and mobility, and a significant decrease in overall stress.

As an added bonus, we are offering a free Yoga session at Awakening Balance in downtown Blue Ridge for all current VIP members as well as new members who sign up in the month of January. At Awakening Balance, the staff will also offer tips on healthy eating and juicing.

For those of you who are not able to be here on a regular basis to take advantage of this offer, we highly recommend you look into monthly Massage and a Yoga class near you to start the New Year.

Please contact us to find out more about how you can take advantage of this wonderful opportunity.

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