Month: February 2018

January – 2018 Most Romantic Couples Massages

Most Romantic Couples Massages

Heel At Wheel

Heel At Wheel

Learn To "Give" each other what the body is in need of...Massage! Learn to give each other a massage you both desire. Along with a bottle of Brut, 2 Reds, and a delightful White. This is the makings of a "Romantic Night"! 2 Options: Learn to give a Full Body or a Foot Massage. $158 for 1 Hour 424-279-4285 http://www.HealatWheel.com

Home Couples Massage

At Home Couples Massage

Enjoy the luxury of an at home couples massage by well-known massage therapist Victoria Ojeda. Choose from Swedish, Deep Tissue, Prenatal or Trigger Point Therapy and relax with your partner for 60 or 90 minutes while Victoria and her partner heal you from head to toe.

Victoria Ojeda (310) 918-5803 Relaxwithvee@gmail.com

Tomoko Spa

Tomoko Spa

Tomoko Kurono launched the Beverly Hills outpost of her popular five-star Japanese Day Spa in late 2014. This ultra-luxury spa for the most discerning clientele. Designed by the local LA team of Thea Home, Inc., in collaboration with Tal Naor, the spa has garnered rave reviews and write ups in the press including Vanity Fair, Vogue, Allure Magazine, among countless others. Celebrities ranging from Gwyneth Paltrow to Charlize Theron have regularly visited the spa, making it a household name around the globe. Tomoko Spa is known for its incredible attention to detail and world-renowned hospitality.

http://www.tomokospa.com (310) 205-7300

CHOOSE WISELY: Why Should You Attend a Summer Camp & Teen Programs Fair?

JillLevinSummer may seem far away, but before you know it, it will be June. Do you have a plan for your children?

NOW is the time to choose a summer OVERNIGHT camp or teen program for your child or teen. How do you decide which one is right for you?

Tips on Trips and Camps summer program advisors are always available to talk by phone, but why not take it a step further and attend a Tips on Trips and Camps Fair? (more…)

Parenting Kids in a Hypersexualized Culture

By Liz walker
By Liz walkerOver the past few months, with the #MeToo campaign dominating the media, it has been impossible for the public to ignore the voices of women sharing their stories of harassment and abuse. Although we live in unsettling times, as parents, we are in a unique position to curb the ongoing sexual aggression and objectification that girls and women encounter daily, by building resilience and resistance in our kids to the onslaught of hypersexualized images. These images, that form the wallpaper of our lives, normalize and legitimize an atmosphere that promotes the kind of behaviors that women are protesting in the #MeToo campaign. (more…)