Welcome to Greenhaus Day Spa located in Downtown Napa Valley
Massage • Facials • Hair/Bridal • Nails
Greenhaus Day Spa is located in Downtown Napa, a short walk from our fabulous Restaurants, Hotels, & Shopping at:
1300 Pearl Street
Napa, CA 94559
10% Off Facials or Massages
Monday through Thursday
Andrea D - Los Angeles, CA
Tiffany W. - Castro Valley, CA
When we arrived and we were greeted by a super sweet lady, she asked our names and had a full out a short form. We waited for no more 5 min, then the 2 girls walked out and introduced themselves. Elina was my massage therapist, she does Swedish massage and my husband’s got Alexis, she does deep tissue massage. Both very nice and made us feel very welcomed and comfortable. All I can is “ABSOLUTELY INCREDIBLE”!
We are from the Bay Area, my husband and I both agree that we would drive up to Napa just to get another massage. Well worth the hour drive. Best massage we have ever had. Thanks girls!!!
May T. - San Bruno, CA
Thanks again Victoria! Your a sweet lady!
Lauren B. - Honolulu, HI
Amazing, custom massage. I had a 75 minute Swedish/Hot Stone combo massage that was out of this world. I can’t tell you the last time I have felt this relaxed. She’s wonderful!
My only comment is, I think they should provide an eye mask for when clients are on their back. But otherwise, a big win, especially for a day spa. It’s not a robe and tea type of environment. But amazing massage, very nice people working there and at reception, and affordable!
Lindsay O. - Tracy, CA
I highly recommend this day spa. My friend and I booked a facial and massage and felt that the quality of both far exceeded my expectations! I will definitely return and specifically request Stephanie for my facial and the same lady (sorry I forgot her name) for my massage. Outstanding services!!!
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So here we come 2017 and goodbye to the crazy year of 2016!!
The philosophy of M’lis is to tap in to the body’s ability to renew, cleanse, and heal itself. Health and renewal comes from within, and the M’lis wellness products are the key to helping people find and use this great power.Find your perfect wellness product: The 7 Day Body Cleanse, the All Natural Weight Loss Kit, the Cellulite Smoothing Kit, or the Meal Replacement Drinks.
Also try one of their brand new products:
Radiance Beauty Drink + Collagen – skin and body loving benefits
Sleep – encourages deep, restorative sleep
Heart health has become a focus for many Americans. Often, our busy yet sedentary lifestyles do not allow for us to take the necessary steps to ensure a healthy heart. But heart health is not something to be brushed aside. According to the Centers for Disease Control, heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States – accounting for one in every four deaths. According to Harvard Health, as many as 10 percent of heart attacks occur before age 45. It’s never too early to start taking care of your heart. Here are a few things you can do to help encourage heart health:
Sleep. When it comes to maintaining good health or recovering from an illness, there is no substitute for sleep. According to the Gaples Institute for Integrative Cardiology, a review of a half a million people showed a 50 percent higher risk of developing or dying from heart disease when sleep dropped to five to six hours a night compared to seven or eight.
Avoid tobacco products. Cigarettes and tobacco products can greatly increase the risk of heart disease and stroke. Right now is the best time to stop smoking. It does not matter how long or how much you have smoked, the minute you quit smoking, the lungs and heart can begin to heal themselves.
Stay regularly active. Doing as little as 30 minutes of moderate exercise a day can help reduce blood pressure greatly. Without regular exercise, high blood pressure can increase, causing arteries to fill with plaque, which can lead to blood clots, resulting in a stroke or heart attack. If prehypertension (marginally high blood pressure) is already in the body, doing exercises such as swimming, jogging or walking can reduce the risk of hypertension, according to a Mayo Clinic study.
Eat well. Several Americans are constantly threatened by weight gain because of the prevalence of cheap, easy and high calorie foods. But as body weight increases, so does the risk of heart attack, stroke and high blood pressure. Therefore, it is important to choose to eat foods that are nutrient rich and not just high in calories. An increase in body weight can also cause sleep apnea, which can lead to poor heart health.
Get a massage. Getting a massage regularly is an efficient and therapeutic way to keep high blood pressure at bay, lower anxiety and stress, and help you sleep well – all of which can contribute to a healthy heart. Massage also encourages good circulation, improves posture and alignment and strengthens the immune system. A massage also is relaxing and feels great, both of which important for a healthy heart.
Source: FBN Nov 2016