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Planes, trains and... sleep

Planes, trains and sleep for those affected by cancer

Edinburgh one day and Cornwall the next – could my destinations have been much further apart?

I was in Edinburgh watch my eldest complete her first half marathon.

I am in Cornwall supporting  specialist oncology therapy training at St Moritz, our newest spa partner.
I arrived on Monday evening to be met by a very sleepy looking spa director.

Her skin was glowing and she looked like she needed her bed – a sure sign that she had been the model during the training.

It doesn’t sound exhausting but a balanced body and mind massage and a lifting and rejuvenating facial can lead to extreme sleep.

It is quite hard to stay awake when delivering the treatment, almost impossible when receiving.
‘I fell asleep. I NEVER fall asleep when everyone is watching the treatment. I couldn’t believe it’
Anna, our lovely tutor and I were not at all surprised. Jennifer Young Treatments make people sleep.  Our greatest sleep success was a therapist who had not had sleep in 24 years – until Day 1 of her Jennifer Young Spa Training. A cancer diagnosis and the subsequent treatment can make sleep elusive – we want folk to relax and we love it when they snore.
In keeping with the sleep theme we have curated a Jennifer Young Sleep Collection - our most restful specialist skincare products.
What are your tips for a good 10 hours? We’d love to hear what you do to ensure a restful night. Please let us know, we will share our favourite hints and tips next week.  If we share yours you will receive a sleep inducing something special in the post.
Sending zzzzzs



Skincare Collections

You can see our latest skincare collections by clicking the images below.




Oncology Massage
Manchester - 11th March 2019 (FULLY BOOKED)
London – 15th April 2019
Leicester – 16th April 2019
London - 10th June 2019
Manchester - 24th June 2019
Manchester - 13th May
Face & Body Treatments
London - 13th & 14th May 2019
Manchester - 15th & 16th July 2019
London - 16th & 17th September 2019

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