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★ PRO Massage is now offering Couples Massages in Santa Barbara

★ PRO Massage is now offering Couples Massages in Santa Barbara

RATE = $125 Hr. Ea. Person – Mon-Sun PRO Massage has teamed up with a veteran female licensed massage therapist to offer Couples the best in Couples massage in Santa Barbara. Ca. With over 34 years of combined experience, Melissa and Nicola offer a wide variety of massage modalities to cater to your specific needs! …

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Relaxing Swedish Massage

Relaxing Swedish Massage

Swedish massage involves mild to deep pressure with a variety of massage techniques such as kneading, tapping, and stroking. People use Swedish massage as a way to promote relaxation, which is why many people experience their first massage while on vacation in Santa Barbara. If you want to go to “La LA Land” using this modality then call Nicola. Of course, you have to be receptive to my style. What do Nicola’s clients say after having one of Nicola’s “La LA Land” massages,” “Amazing” “Tremendous” and “Fantastic”.

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Are Edibles Better for You—or at Least Less Bad—Than Alcohol? Article from WSJ – 12/7/22

Are Edibles Better for You—or at Least Less Bad—Than Alcohol? Article from WSJ – 12/7/22

My friend made a bold declaration recently: She was going to stop drinking alcohol at home and take cannabis edibles instead because she thinks they’re healthier. 

Are edibles actually better for you than alcohol—or at least less bad? More people are asking the question as edible products containing cannabis, often in gummy form, become widely available. As people explore other ways to relax, cannabis aficionados say that compared with alcohol, edibles have fewer calories, don’t disrupt sleep, and aren’t linked to diseases like cancer. 

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Can Feeling Younger Make you Healthier? Article from WSJ 11/6/22

Can Feeling Younger Make you Healthier? Article from WSJ 11/6/22

Studies are finding a link between people’s “subjective age” or “psychological age” and their future health and longevity. Psychological age can differ from chronological age, and some psychologists and gerontologists say there might be ways to improve physical health by making yourself feel younger—or at least taking a positive attitude toward aging.

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