Bring the Youthing™ or Less Stress Better Sleep Program to your Spa
Provide your members and guests with a
unique, revitalizing, yet relaxing experience that will give
them the tools to look, feel and be “younger” by lowering stress
and creating a healthier more satisfying life. These programs
lend themselves to partnering with and sharing services with
spas, packaged as rejuvenation events.
total Youthing™ program was designed to train people in
self- hypnotic techniques that can slow the aging process and
make them look, feel, and actually be younger than their
chronological age.** It covers 13 different topics from
nutrition and exercise to better sleep to memory enhancement, to
a better sex life, and even a hypnotic “face lift.” Link to
The complete program can be presented over
a two-day intense workshop. However, the program topics have
been designed to stand alone. Thus the program can be presented
in short segments with the specific topics selected to meet the
needs of the client.
THE FULL DAY PROGRAM can
incorporate the services and products offered by the spa. For
example, an early exercise class can start the day. Then
Youthing can focus on Stress Management and one or two
additional Youthing topics before lunch. Two or three additional
topics can be addressed after lunch before closing early enough
to allow time for a spa treatments or other relaxation before
the end of the day.
THE HALF DAY Youthing program is an
introduction to self-hypnotic techniques that create more
vitality and better health. The flexibility of the Youthing
program makes it easy to customize. The “Less Stress and Better
Sleep” half-day program is designed for busy people who need to
learn stress management and sleep techniques. Again, the spa
services and/or products can become part of these programs.
Lets discuss the ways you can provide additional services to your clientele and more revenue to your spa. I look forward to answering your questions.
Bee Epstein-Shepherd, Ph.D., D.C.H.
**Based on research done by Dr. Ellen Langer at Harvard University