Have you ever felt as though you’re living out the “same-day-repeated-time-loop” premise enshrined in the classic movie, Groundhog Day? Your daily routine never changes. You seem to face the same repeated stumbling blocks and hurdles. You feel stuck in the same rut.
We understand: all the demands of your day are, well, demanding! From the breakneck pace at work to shuttling the kids to activity after activity — and a seemingly never-ending to-do list at home — it’s easy for little things to turn into big deals: energy vortexes that drain your vitality and erode your peace of mind.
You feel the difference the moment you walk through the entranceway. Time slows down at the day spa. You leave behind the urgent cares of your everyday life and get ready to embrace a few hours or a full day dedicated to you: your well-being, your sense of renewal and repair, your body, mind, and soul.
Have you ever experienced any of these?
You’ve got an important decision to make, and you just can’t decide which is the right path.
You’re grappling with a difficult project, and you're stuck — the solution just won't come to you.
What does it take to soften up a former L.A. cop? A residential steam shower will do the trick.
John Rodriguez (64) of Los Angeles remembers steaming in the locker rooms during the “gym craze of the 1970s” but says his first encounter with a home steam shower from MrSteam happened roughly 15 years ago and changed his life.
Have you noticed how the days are lengthening, sunlight is getting stronger, and life is returning in nature once again? As the trees begin to awaken and the flowers start to bloom, perhaps you can do the same. But, instead of soaking up the sun's rays, try soaking in the violet light ChromaTherapy and some steam. You may find that the violet hue can help you to embrace life more fully.
Spring has sprung, and along with the warmer days and more light, it’s time to think about refreshing and renovating our living spaces. MrSteam offers some simple ways to enhance your home spa. Making it a treat for all your senses can help you create a sanctuary, a place that feels special every time you slip into it.
You always know when that pesky early spring cold or flu is about to hit – the sudden difficulty in breathing, the cough, the aches. Or when allergy season comes – always earlier than you think, right? There’s nothing pleasant about the sensation of blocked sinuses, runny noses, or watery eyes. Just when the world is starting to warm up and bloom beautifully all around you, you suddenly feel miserable and just want to crawl under the covers.
Have you ever just "known" something without knowing how you knew it? While that may be a mouthful, that sense of knowing, that gut feeling you experience from time to time, is simply called intuition. And, one means of expanding your intuition is through the color indigo.
What's the color of relaxation for you?
For a lot of us, our relaxation color is blue!