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She's got a little bit of heaven . . .

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in her hands… 

Salon Schools Group Instructor, Debra Roby, explains the goals and benefits (magic, actually) of the School’s “Healing Hands” initiative to the rapt attention of an enthusiastic audience.

Fully called “Healing Hands - The Power of Touch”, the program, under the supervision of Stephanie Nixon, School Manager, offers deep-discount treatments,  massage and spa services to those currently battling cancer (and their care-givers),  as well as to those who are fortunate survivors.

Debra was joined by an interesting variety of cancer survivors, massage specialists, industry professionals, surviving spouses and other supporters of the program.

Ms. Roby recently returned from an intensive program of Oncological Esthetics, bringing back essential medical knowledge and important advanced techniques for providing safe and beneficial services to cancer patients and survivors.

If you, or someone you know, has had to endure this horrible fight, Healing Hands is our special gift of TLC! So, spread the word! 

Perhaps Bobby Fischer, arguably one of the  greatest chess players of all time, said it best: “Nothing soothes pain like the human touch”…

HEALING HANDS – THE POWER OF TOUCH!

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Nothing To Do With Childbirth

labor day-rosie

Labor day.  Or, if you are Canadian, Labour day.  Sounds tiring, but in actuality it is one of the few holidays that doesn’t require you to do much.

The form that Labor Day should take was outlined in the first proposal of the holiday — a street parade to exhibit to the public "the strength and esprit de corps of the trade and labor organizations" of the community, followed by a festival for the recreation and amusement of the workers and their families.

Ah, something we can get into!  Its beginning, however, was not so smooth. 

Originally celebrated near the first of May, to coincide with European traditions, it went awry in Chicago in 1886, when protestors for a standard 8 hour work day clashed with police, resulting in about a dozen deaths in what is known as the "Haymarket Massacre".

As a result, President Grover Cleveland, fearing that celebrating Labor Day on May 1 could foment some serious commemorative violence, designated the official holiday as the first Monday in September.

The equivalent holiday in Canada is also celebrated the first Monday of September, while in more than 80 countries worldwide, Labor Day is synonymous with International Worker's Day, celebrated on May 1st.

So, sit back and relax- this one is for you!!!