For the lucky couple
Most of us go out for dinner on a special day like Valentine’s Day. However…this isn’t a typical year. The pandemic is still happening, and those restaurants that are open will probably have LONG wait times and be crowded, unsafe, unromantic, and just plain annoying. While it’s super important to support local businesses (now more than ever!), why not beat the crowds and stay in this one time? And don’t just order delivery and call it a night. Switch it up! This year Valentine’s Day falls on a weekend, which means you have extra time to take advantage of time with your boo! Why not get fancy and try cooking a meal with multiple courses? You’ll have much more fun doing this together than you ever would at a restaurant….especially if there are some fun mishaps to laugh about later. A good precursor for a romantic dinner at home? A couples massage, just sayin’. 😉
For the long-distance couple
Everyone knows you can have a virtual dinner date with your long-distance boo to avoid the uncertainty and risk of traveling. However, we suggest trying to kick things up a notch. Why not give your special person a gift that will make it feel almost like you’re there? We created a self-massage guide for you. Mail your person some extra accessories (massage balls, head massager, etc) to let them know that while you can’t be there to give them a back rub, you’ve sent them the next best thing. ❤
For the uncoupled
TREAT. YO. SELF. Give yourself some self-love, you deserve it. See above for our self-massage handout, or better yet, come in and let US pamper you. We take our covid safety precautions very seriously, and your safety and comfort is our first priority. Who needs a date anyway?
Reminder to love yourself and others every day of the year, not just on Valentine’s Day. ❤