martes, 27 de enero de 2015

Tratamientos de Presoterapia y Cavitación en Vilassar de Mar

Qué es la presoterapia
Es un tratamiento de estética para las piernas, que reciben un masaje en forma de presión (ni fuerte ni dolorosa sino suave y agradable). No es un tratamiento quirúrgico.

La presoterapia puede ser circulatoria, para activar la circulación de las piernas o bien drenante, para luchar contra la retención de líquidos.

Una funda tipo pantalón envuelve las piernas, que reciben una presión que viene y va, de abajo para arriba, gracias a la conexión de la funda con una máquina. Algo parecido a la presión que siente uno en el brazo cuando le toman la presión, solo que aquí se acentúa y se reduce la presión a lo largo de unos 30 minutos.

En la foto podéis ver la funda blanca tipo pantalón que es de uso individual y que luego se guarda con tu nombre para otras sesiones posteriores. Y en la foto de abajo podéis ver la funda gris en la que se ponen las piernas, y que está conectada a la máquina que enviará la presión.



Si quieres que el tratamiento sea efectivo te recomiendo que te dejes asesorar por Julia, porque ella te puede proponer qué necesitas exactamente según sean tus necesidades. Por ejemplo: hay personas que le han venido pidiendo directamente un tratamiento de cavitación y luego ella ha visto que en realidad lo que necesitaban era más bien reafirmar la zona. Déjate aconsejar, ella te puede orientar muy bien. Eso es importante para acabar definiendo un tratamiento integral con el que salgas contenta porque resulta efectivo.

Además, la presoterapia o la cavitación no son tratamientos agresivos ni peligrosos, pero hay situaciones en las que está contraindicado. Es bueno que ella te vea, que le cuentes tus inquietudes y y que podáis acordar el mejor tratamiento para ti.

No hace falta decir que el centro de Julia, Beauty, es un centro pequeño, acogedor, que invita a la comodidad y a la relajación desde el primer momento, tanto por la serenidad que se respira en un recinto decorado con mucho gusto como por el trato amigable que recibes de Julia. Así que, además de efectivo, resulta un tratamiento agradable y relajante.

¡Llámala y dile que has leído este post en este blog! Te regalará la primera sesión, para que pruebes el tratamiento sin compromiso. Y además te irás de allí con un asesoramiento personalizado hecho por una profesional del mundo de la estética :)

Beauty - Centro de Estética y Belleza
Persona que lo gestiona: Julia
Avenida Montevideo nº 68, Local 7.
Vilassar de Mar

Teléfono de contacto: 93 750 66 47.

Si te interesa más información sobre el Centro de Estética Beauty de Julia puedes leer este post que escribí hace tiempo, donde podrás conocer todos los servicios que pone a tu disposición:
Depilación laser y cera en Vilassar de Mar.

miércoles, 14 de enero de 2015

Review: why should you read The Rosie Project?

Do you usually have fun watching The Big Bang Theory? Do you easily break into laughter with Sheldon Cooper's reasonings  towards his friends? If you enjoy this particular brainy sense of humor, you will definitely love this book.

All the adjectives for The Rosie Project that you will ever see if you look up references on the Internet, I can tell you they are all true and not exaggerated at all: sublime, pitch-perfect, extremely funny, superb, endearing, charming, fascinating, witty, compulsively readable (oh yes!). These ones are taken from the book cover and come from some reputable newspapers. They're all right. I would personally add sweet, tender, romantic, with a continuous intriguing plot that will keep you absolutely hooked on the book untill the end. A long-lasting smile on your face guaranteed while you are reading.

What is the book about?
It is the story of Don Tillman, a geneticist converting the search of love in a completely scientific process, undertaking The Wife Project, this is, designing a 16 pages questionnaire in order to find the perfect partner. He will be looking for possible candidates in web dating sites and also through some "offline" interviews. He is a scientist, that might explain why he is so methodical, structured, organized and disciplined. But he's also got asperger syndrome, although this is never said explicitly in the book -you just figure it out by context and comments-. That might explain his difficulty for social relationships and his failure in getting partners so far.

On his way he meets a woman, Rosie, of course completely unsuitable for The Wife Project since she's not fitting at all into any parameter of the questionnaire. But they will have to work closely as she is looking for her biological father and Don, as a geneticist, will have to help her. So, we have a handsome man and a beautiful woman working together and sharing a common interest (and therefore their time, too) in a very encouraging project (The Father Project). You can guess the rest, can't you?

Rosie will be putting upside down Don's perfectly scheduled, organized and structured life in a way that won't be disliking him too much. A special mention for another funny character in this story, Don's boss and best friend, who probably deserves a whole book for himself: a class of its own man. And let me leave the story here :)

What did I personally like the most?
The book has extremely amusing moments, like the "Aspis rule!" scene, the Jacket Incident, "what's happening to me" or the Coktails serving episode. Please, remember all these ones and have a thought for me if you ever read the book. Memorable moments.

I specially loved the "what's happening to me" narration. It's a tender reminder of that unforgettable moment in our lives when we are falling in love without realizing it, as we are innocent and unexperienced, and therefore a bit awkward in this area. It is so well described ... very funny indeed.

I also liked the takeaways, those little sweet messages you're picking throughout your reading. Like which ones? Well, like this permanent concern we all have about "fitting in" or that we shouldn't bother looking for love because love usually gives you a surprise entering through the back door without knocking. As the author says at the end of the book, "love has no respect for questionnaires".

Thanks to the book you remember not to be too serious in life and forgive yourself a little bit more, as actually we are all a little bit weird. The book is positive, reminding us that sometimes where we see desease or negative traits in our personality, it's all about our way of looking at them, as they can easily turn out to be our strengths. With all my respect for aspies (as they're kindly called by Don in the book), I think we all carry something of Don Tillman in our inside. And with this personal connection you feel with Don from the beginning of the book, the author achieves to have a character getting right away straight to your heart. Yes, you will inevitably end up loving Don Tillman!

In summary
Hilarious moments, nice takeways and a brainy sense of humor that will keep you grinning from ear to ear along all your reading time. This is the perfect book to have real fun and disconnect from work. Just some warning on serious danger of remaining head over heels for the main character ;)

My personal message for Don
You know what, Don? I filled in the questionnaire. I must have gone mad. I can't believe I did such a crazy thing but I did it! Maybe I should also diagnose brain overload after reading the book and may need to set up a spreadsheet to analyse this situation, hahaha!!! Got 76 points! You know what that means, don't you? It seems like I'm that type of person who needs a certain amount of science to choose a partner, too :)

I had real fun with you, Don, so see you at the next instalment for sure. 'Cause you know what happens after having an immense satisfactory experience in your life, right? Whatever it is, we always do the same thing. All of us. We just repeat.

Getting hands on The Rosie Effect in 3,2, 1 ... !!!

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It might also be of your interest ...
The Best Of Adam Sharp - My personal review for this book written by Graeme Simsion, the same author of The Rosie Project and The Rosie Effect.