The New Year is symbolic for new beginnings! Clear your mind for the New Year and accomplish everything you set out to do for yourself. Commit to the things that make you feel like the best version of you, such as improving personal relationships, career goals, and beauty and wellness.
Here are 10 iTAN services that can help you get clear in the New Year and some of our favorite life tips, too:
1. FIT Bodywrap
Commit to FIT! The FIT Bodywrap is one of our all-time favorite spa services because it provides a cleansing sensation. The infrared bodywrap helps your body produce sweat to achieve relaxation, detoxification and promote weight loss.
2. Photo Facials
It’s time to love the skin you’re in! Inner beauty is most important, but the way we appear on the outside often affects the way we feel on the inside. LightStim Photo Facials are FDA approved to rejuvenate youthfulness to your face and neck.
3. Hydration Station
Our Hydration Station is one of the best ways to improve the quality of your skin and prep for a sun session or spray tan, but it also provides aromatherapy. The aromatic essences derived from plants can help balance and harmonize your everyday experiences.
4. Teeth Whitening
The most beautiful thing you can wear is a smile. Teeth Whitening is a proven method to whiten your teeth shades lighter in a simple application.
5. Aqua Jet Therapy
Find a way to relax in those stressful and unexpected moments with Aqua Jet Therapy. Escape the hustle and bustle of your workday or schoolday with a water-pressure experience to relieve muscle tension.
6. Beauty Angel
If you’ve ever felt bummed about missing a workout, we’re here for you. Skipping a workout is more than okay. Clear your mind with the Beauty Angel which can create a glowing complexion while firming and toning the body.
7. Find a good read
It doesn’t matter if it takes you a month or even half a year to get through a novel. Find a book that feeds your mind.
Taking on volunteer opportunities can be absolutely rewarding. Find a cause that is genuine and aligns with the things you truly care about. Find a volunteer schedule or organization that fits you as an individual.
9. Find your go-to recipe
There are some basic recipes that every cook should have in their tool belt. This way, if you invite a friend over for dinner you don’t have to browse through every cook book recipe on the planet.
10. Connect with a friend once a week
Make connections outside of your social media network; rekindle friendships IRL (in real life). Make a point to send a message to a friend you haven’t spoken to in a while once a week. You’ll be surprised how much positivity will come your way.