Contact: Jennifer Forte Cuomo
PRAVASSA PRESENTS ITS FIRST ORGANIC SPA DAY WITH
BUDDHA NOSE FOUNDER AMY GALPER ON SUNDAY, JUNE 10TH
Learn How to Make Organic Spa Products at Home
New York, NY (May 29, 2012) – Pravassa introduces “Make Your Own Spa Products Day” with Buddha Nose Founder Amy Galper. This two-hour seminar will take place at the Pravassa loft in downtown Manhattan and will include everything one needs to make organic and healthy spa products at home. The session is open to the public and costs only $45 per person or $75 for two people who sign up together.
“By learning to make our own organic spa products, we are connecting directly with our inner beauty, both for ourselves and the earth,” said Linden Schaffer, Founder of Pravassa. “Pravassa promotes a well balanced life and making organic spa products is one way to help achieve not only balance, but an overall sense of well-being.”
The seminar takes place on Sunday, June 10th from 2-4pm and includes the following:
- A talk on organic spa products and why to use them by Buddha Nose founder, Amy Galper
- Formulation and 'cooking' of a sugar scrub and an aromatic body mist
- Recipes so you can make these products at home
- A take home tip sheet on natural beauty products
Space is limited and tickets are non-refundable. To sign up for Make Your Own Organic Spa Products Seminar go to http://www.pravassa.com/events/organic-spa-day-nyc.html or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pravassa, a wellness company based in New York City, brings people together who are looking to rejuvenate, restore and restart their way of life. Offering wellness advice, fitness and spa reviews and travel opportunities around the world, Pravassa provides the opportunity to shift perspective, expand the mind and be open to new experiences, which have positive, life-changing effects. For more information on travel opportunities with Pravassa, please visit http://pravassa.com
ABOUT AMY GALPER
Amy Galper is a New York City based shiatsu practitioner and founder Buddha Nose. A graduate of The Ohashi Institute she studied aromatic plant medicine at The Ojai School of Massage. She is a member of the American Organization of Bodywork Therapies of Asia, (AOBTA), and OASIS, (Organic and Sustainable Industry Standards). Several years ago, Amy experienced a 'healing crisis' and was compelled to consider her illness as an opportunity to shift her perspective and make changes in her life. Now she focuses on the business of Buddha Nose in New York City, and spends time with her husband building their eco-conscious and self-sustaining 'off-the-grid' home on their 30 acres in the Catskills.