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Finding Serenity at Tranquility Wellness Spa


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assage and yoga are among the best


known and oft-chosen healing modalities, with benefits such as reduced stress and anxiety, management of health conditions or pain, and increased fitness and flexibility. Tranquility Mind and Body Wellness Spa in Milford provides a forum for beginners and novices to experience either or both at its comprehen- sive wellness center and spa focused on transforming the mind, body and spirit. Recently voted Best of Connecticut for massage and facial service (Connecticut Magazine Septem- ber 2011 edition), Tranquility Wellness Spa and owner Tina DeNapoles now offer a new membership program, which includes $69 per month for massage, and unlimited yoga for $31. February highlights also include Valentine’s Day spe- cials, such as couples massage. Regular spa massage services include Ayurvedic Holistic, Swedish, Ashiatsu Oriental Bar, fibromyalgia, sports and pre-natal. Among the yoga class choices are Vinyasa, Yin, Hatha, restorative, teen, and pre/ post natal. The full range of spa options for women and men also includes: manicures and pedicures; gentlemen’s and bridal services; skin care treatments like makeup application, waxing, and facials, such as “The Signature” (with hydrating and purifying mask, neck and decollete treatment, relaxing facial massage and botanical foot massage), and ones to soothe skin issues like acne or rosacea; weight loss programs; and, customized events such as spa parties. Spa therapists and yoga teachers are accredited. Gift certificates are available.


Tranquility Mind & Body Wellness Spa’s location is 88 Noble Avenue in Milford, CT, 203.877.7115, tranquilwellnessspa.com. See ad on page 38.


Active Wellness Offers Boutique Fitness & Free Consult!


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ooking for a different approach to attainable fitness? Christina Yaworowski and Drew Lewis, owners of Active


Wellness Boutique Fitness, located in Westville, are certi- fied personal trainers and wellness coaches committed to empowering clients to change from the inside-out in order to achieve their health goals and ultimate level of fitness. To that end, Active Wellness Boutique Fitness offers Inspiration Boot Camp, a four-week group personal training program, and Holistic Personal Training, which gets clients started and keeps them going safely. Stale routines are a sure-fire way to


lose motivation, so programs combine Yoga, Pilates, Kickbox- ing, Strength Training and Cardio. They also offer organic spa products, weights, yoga mats, fitness apparel and accesso- ries, and natural vitamins. Their 5 Key Steps toward Change?: Become accountable (find a trusted certified coach to help stay on track); Let go of perfection (instead of trying to lose 20 lbs. start with 2); Explore ways to build Active Wellness into daily life (take stairs, go to bed earlier, eat dinner with the TV off); Feel supported (humans are social beings not meant to do everything on their own. Join an exercise group lead by a certified instructor and go); Learn how to exer- cise safely (exercise is a skill and, like any skill, needs to be developed).


Special Offer: To sign up for a free introductory fitness consultation (regularly $89), mention this news brief when contacting Active Wellness Fitness Boutique at 16 Fountain Street in New Haven, CT, 800.707.9580, ActiveWellnessFitness.com, Active Wellness on Facebook, or ActiveWellnessBootCamp.com. See ad on page 34.


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