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Need A Massage Or Other Body Work Soon? Did You See Our Specials?

Have you tried bodywork at Bliss? Does the price of massage feel like a luxury item? Our membership bodywork packages are designed to offer deep discounts for regular bodywork. For a limited time Aug. 24-Sept. 9 we are offering unlimited gift certificates in our "Feel Like A Member" special Feel Like a 12X Member. Buy 2 - 1 Hour sessions for $98 and choose between Swedish, Reiki, Pregnancy Massage, Yoga Private, or Thai Yoga. Your saving $42 based on guest prices. You get 2 sessions at $49. This is what our 12X in a year members enjoy. Feel Like a 6X Member. Buy 1 - 1 Hour session at $55 and choose between Swedish, Reiki, Pregnancy Massage Yoga Private,...

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Feeding The Mind, Heart & The Soul

We LOVE YOU! Capital LOVE, capital YOU! Really really, take a minute to consider that this is true. We do-what-we-do here at BlissBlissBliss for two reasons. We love you, and this makes us happy! Now, there are, of course other perks to working in this heart place. We get to meet awesome people, hear your stories, practice and develop what-ever kind of special skills we have, and hopefully pay our bills while doing it! Each person I work with at Bliss is a unique limb on the Great Tree, and so are you! Aside from working in intuitive healing arts here, another task I have at Bliss happens behind the scenes. Inventory, and I love it!! We get to research...

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Following A detoxification Protocol? Try This Delicious Tri-Doshic Recipe

Ktchadi is a classic meal for those following an ayurvedic detoxification protocol. Even if you are not "detoxing", Ktchadi is a delicious Tri-Doshic (good for anyone) Recipe. Ingredients 4 Cups of green or yellow mung dal (whole or split) 3 cups of white basmati rice 2-3 inches of fresh ginger, peeled 4 tblsp of fresh shredded unsweetened coconut 2 handfuls of fresh cilantro leaves 4 tblsp of ghee (clarified butter) 1 heaping tblsp of fennel seeds (crushed) 1 heaping tblsp of coriander seeds (crushed) 1 heaping tblsp of cuman seeds (crushed) 1 tsp of mustard seeds 2 heaping tblsp of cardomon powser (or 10 pods) Salt to taste 1 tsp black pepper 1-2 tsp of turmeric 3 bay leaves 1/8 cup of lime juice Wash and then soak mung dal overnight. Wash again in the morning. Wash...

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