Valentine's Day at Ame!
We LOVE Valentine's Day here at Ame and for that reason, we have a lot of exciting happenings taking place!
I absolutely love the Farmhouse Fresh products we are using for our Valentine's promotions. Your skin will thank you over and over again after these treatments and if you're like me - you'll be hooked on Farmhouse Fresh! Our V-Day promotions are available from February 12 - February 15, 2015 so be sure to visit our website ASAP for more information and call to reserve your appointment TODAY!
Our Valentine's gift to YOU! In recognition of Heart Month and Valentine's Day, Ame will be hosting a complimentary, online wellness group focusing on Vitamin L (yup, you guessed it - LOVE). This group will run from February 15 - February 28, 2015. This wellness group will be different from our previous wellness groups in that we will focus more on primary food and self-care. Contact me if you would like to join, I look forward to hearing from you! Alyssa@www.amesalonandspa.com
I recently attended Kris Carr and Gabrielle Bernstein's Crazy, Sexy, Miracles lecture in NYC with Lori, Ame's founder. If you are not familiar with them, definitely check them out. Kris Carr is the author of Crazy, Sexy, Diet and Gabrielle Bernstein wrote May Cause Miracles. These ladies are full of valuable information and advice. A few key insights from their lecture that I wanted to share with you:
- Forget what you think you need and pray for the highest good
- Even the most well-intentioned people will go down the wrong path. The key is to recognize when this happens
- Pay attention! When you ask for signs, listen
- Learn to hand it over to the Universe, whatever IT may be. And understand that surrendering it to the Universe does not mean that you sit back inactive. Continue to work hard for your dreams but allow what's meant to happen, happen
The last one is my favorite and one that I most needed to hear. It made me think about one of my favorite quotes: "Success is a journey, not a destination. The doing is often more important than the outcome." Arthur Ashe