What's on your holiday wish list this year? Snow? Peace on Earth? If you answered Health and Relaxation, we here at Elements would like to help. On December 15, 2012 we are offering savings on massage gift cards. Members who buy a gift card for one 55-minute session at full price ($89) and can get a second gift card (of equal value) for FREE. Similarly, non-members who buy a gift card for one 55-minute session can get a second gift card for 50% off.
In the spirit of holiday fellowship, here are some of the things Elements staff are doing and wishing for this season:
Traditions: “My favorite holiday traditions are decorating the house, baking cookies with my niece and gathering with the families to celebrate. I also buy everyone in my family socks!”
Wishlist: “I don’t need much anymore in the way of stuff, so I think I’d like Santa to bring me a little peace of mind,a bit more compassion and understanding, and a whole lot of wisdom! And maybe a rocking chair too.”
Those sounds like wise requests to us.
Traditions: “Reading 'Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins' to my son.”
Even with her son grown up now, there's nothing like children's books to bring out the kid-at-heart in all of us during the holidays.
Traditions: “I confess I prank my mother's elaborate ceramic Christmas village every year—last year I posed a King Kong figurine in the back, ready to invade.”
Looks like someone might be getting coal in her stocking.
Traditions: “People's traditions vary and are as diverse as those who celebrate during this time of year. Those traditions in some way involve spending time with friends and family. Sharing good food, drink, and memories is always a great way to add warmth to the cold season. The holiday is the season to be with loved ones and to share good things together.”
Wishlist: “The holiday season is the perfect time for good spirited actions. Giving from the heart and helping others is rewarding and can have impact. My wish for myself and for all would be peace and health, two very important factors, in my opinion, for ending one year and beginning another.”