Jan 7 2020 | by Paige Mareth - Director of Communications, The Woodhouse Spas, Corp.
Valentine’s Day is nearing, and love is in the air.
The Woodhouse Day Spa is here for you in this rose-colored season.
Perfect for lovebirds, our couples services are the perfect way to spend some quality time together. Here’s a tip, our duet massage pairs wonderfully with his and hers facials. After, spend some time in our quiet room sipping cinnamon tea and reminiscing on all the reasons you fell in love.
Date Night Prep
Nov 27 2019 | by Paige Mareth - Director of Communications, The Woodhouse Spas, Corp.
The holidays are here, the most wonderful time of the year!
Jul 22 2019 | by Caitlin Plummer
Seaweed has been used for thousands of years and has gained a reputation for its nutritional and medicinal qualities due to its nutrient dense and detoxifying properties. Here at The Woodhouse Day Spa of North Bethesda we incorporate seaweed into many of our services including body treatments, facials, manicure and pedicures.
What makes seaweed so amazing for your skin?
Apr 24 2019 | by Paige Mareth, Woodhouse Director of Communications
Mom does so much for us, it’s like she has super powers. If you’re a mom, you know exactly what I’m talking about. Planning the week’s meals, the never-ending laundry and oh my goodness why did we commit to all of these activities? Kids, husbands, grandkids and more are a lot to take care of, and they do it so well! We can’t pay her back, but we can show her we appreciate her! A tangible gift is a great place to start, but sometimes Mom would rather just spend time with us. Here are a few ways we can do just that.
Apr 17 2019 | by Paige Mareth, Woodhouse Director of Communications
What better way to kick off the Mother’s Day season than to reflect on some of our favorite things Mom has said? And yes, we said season, as in still not as much time to celebrate Mom as she deserves.
“You’ll understand when you have kids of your own.”
Maybe you have yet to experience the truth of this statement, but all the now-moms are reading this and shaking their heads in agreement. All those years of “you’ll understand” have finally come to fruition, and we’re all repeating it to our kids just as Mom did to us.
Mar 14 2019 | by Chris Mann
At a conference I attended in 2018, I met Cat Hoke, who creates prison entrepreneurship programs so inmates have a path to success upon their release. Cat spoke about how everyone hustles, but finding your ‘generous hustle’ is what can really spark change.
Apr 29 2018 | by Anonymous
1. Take time for quiet daily. Yes, there is much that needs to get done. Once you maintain a habit of being quiet either to contemplate, pray, or meditate, you will be amazed how much more efficiently you will perform your tasks, duties and projects.
2. Treat yourself with as much care, if not more, than you treat others. Once you master caring for yourself, caring for others will become effortless and spring from the heart, instead of from duty.
Jul 4 2017 | by Lynda Torrey, D.Ay., MTI, RMT, LE
Last night I had the privilege of being in community with 200+ veterans and their spouses at a Dining Out event and was deeply touched by the guest speaker who was a veteran himself as well as the father of a son who served. I, like the majority of Americans, have never been caught in a crossfire of any kind thanks to those who do fight for our country. His message was quite simple. Although there is the promise of two paychecks a month plus some benefits, it is a true act of patriotism to take the oath. A heart-felt thank you to those who have served and are currently serving.
Dec 7 2015 | by Kristina Zuzzio, Esthetician, Montclair, NJ
Some of us might remember the Jesse Spano freak-out episode of Saved By the Bell where she is hysterical and cries out the words, "No time! There's never any time! I'll never have time to study! I'll never get in Stanford!," and so she goes on and on until she emotionally breaks down and sobs in Zack Morris's arms. I can't help, like most of you, feeling this way during the holiday season.
Sep 20 2012 | by Maurita Elias