First, you fall in love with the place. Second, you fall in love with its lovely and accommodating staff. Third, you fall in love with their massage and spa services. Lastly, you’ll go home with a question: Where can I possibly go back here and fall in love again?
As a personal development teacher, I always tell people to nurture their mind, feed them with knowledge, and train them to function so much so that it brings them to where they want to be and what they like to achieve. While the process of creating and recreating the framework of one’s mind is challenging and equally rewarding, a powerful mind cannot do it alone.
You will need a powerful spirit and a relaxed body.
I don’t usually go for a massage or spa. Oh well, every once in a while, after a heavy and exhausting seminars and training, I do. But it was not until Nurture Spa in Tagaytay City invited me to check out the place that I said, you see, I should be doing this regularly.
With the demand of life continuously piling up giving us headaches on how to make ends meet with too little or no time anymore to pamper our spirit and physical self, I agree that going for a spa or a massage or anything else that has something to do with wellness can be, for most people, the least priority.
There are issues of financial constraints, transportation, schedule, and many more. We just don’t run out of excuses. Whether they are valid or not, the truth remains the same: We seldom go out to refresh our spirit and body.
Writing this blog, I asked do I really have to specifically mention Nurture Spa Village in Tagaytay as if I’m selling the company for a favor it gave me? Really, I’m not into endorsing specific brands or place but this case is an exception.
The reason I speak about Nurture is because I’ve got a brand new experience with them. This spa experience is something I didn’t experience elsewhere and I think it deserves some attention so people can learn about it, too. Simply put, I’m just sharing my personal experience with them.
Back to my discussion, it’s always easy to just forget about wellness. For one, it doesn’t directly or instantly affect us as a person. Why would someone spend for something that seemingly has a little effect on our individuality? Why would I go for a relaxing massage if it only means expense on my part?
They are valid questions and I guess most people will agree that indeed, there’s not much benefit you can get from pampering your self. But life is not only about what we make and what we spend. We spend for CDs and DVDs. We spend for movies. We spend for liquor. We spend for cellphone load. We spend for clothes. We spend for many things that are, yes, necessary. But how much have we invested in nurturing our body or at least get a relaxing, soothing experience way far from our exhausting, tiring work life?
Nurture Spa Village, which is strategically located in Tagaytay, is such a wonderful place to relax. It’s a place where you can try to reconnect with your self, get a peaceful experience, and pamper your body, which by now may better get the attention it deserves.
Proper mindset and perspective, values, life philosophies, financial wisdom, social inclination—these are all fabric of a well-founded well-being. But let us now forget that we have a spirit to nurture and a body to continuously nourished.
It’s not a daily necessity but every once in a while when you get a chance and feel like retiring for a day or two just to relax and reset your self because of external stresses and toxic life demands, go out and get a Nurture experience.
The website is http://www.nurture.com.ph