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Enter To Win $25 Gift Certificate To The Spa

Let Patch help you out with a day at Healthy Being Wellness Center to be pampered.

Do you need a break from your hectic schedule? Let Patch help take care of that for you because you deserved to be pampered.

Tell us why you need a day at the Healthy Being Wellness Center in St. Pete. To enter, post a comment on this Patch story about why you should win. Maybe you're a busy mom, or perhaps you're an athlete who could use a deep tissue massage to get ready for the next big game.

The winner receives a $25 gift certificate to Healthy Being.

  • Open to legal residents of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia who are 18 and older.
  • To enter, post a comment below telling us why you need a spa day.
  • All entries must be received by 5 p.m. Feb. 18
  • You may enter as often as you like.
  • The random winner will receive a $25 gift card or a prize package of equal or greater value. The gift certificate must be used by Feb. 28.
  • Read the complete rules here.

Healthy Being is offering several Valentine's Day spa packages for both singles and couples.

Options range from a dark chocoloate moisturizing facial—$55 for a 50-minute session—to rose petal body wrap, a couple's romance massage or a side-by-side treatment for $350 a couple that lasts 175 minutes feauring all of the above.

They offer much more though, including acupuncture, ear seeding, back facials, manicures and massage.

Healthy Being, located at 7005 4th St. N Suite #3, St. Pete, is owned and operated by Melissa Gallagher—a licensed naturopathic physician, nutritionist and Lymphatic Drainage Therapist. Check out her blog on Patch.

Though Valentine's Day is a great time for guys to come in with their significant others, Healthy Being is seeing more men and teenagers coming in for massage and for facials and back facials to help clear up thier pores and acne, so there really is something for everyone here.

Contact Healthy Being at 727-502-3464 or visit healthybeingllc.com. Rate and review Healthy Being on Patch.

Andrea Judy Stanley February 12, 2013 at 06:20 PM
Being a full-time student services coordinator, a part-time nail tech, a mom and on top of that pregnant with #2 leaves me with very little time for my own pampering. I spend all day essentially playing mom, only to spend my weekends making my clients feel pampered and special. While I love what I do, it definitely leaves very little 'me' time for pampering!
Spring Berry February 12, 2013 at 06:57 PM
I am a mom of 6, 5 of my own children pluse my sons best friend. (boys r. 16, 16, 14, 13 & 3 girl is 11) Most of my day is filled. I also have my 7 mo pregnant sister who has siezers I look after. Recently my mother has had a stroke and upon recovery they disvovered lung cancer. I am her sole support system and transportation. Now a days I kinda forget that I to am inportant. I have no time to or for myself. I can only hope if I am lucky enough to be considered for this that I will find an hour to run away. Thank you for you gift to whom ever wins.
Jessica Jack Marinaccio February 13, 2013 at 06:18 PM
Im a ft working - pregnant mom of 3 - twins with special needs and a 3 yr old - id love an hour to just pamper me
Claire February 14, 2013 at 03:26 AM
Well, where to start. My fiance became disabled with spinal cord and nerve damage about 12 years ago. He is in constant pain, and cries alot. I have tried my best to make him comfortable, but this still feels like a nightmare. On top of caring for him, I home school my 13 year old grandson 6 to 8 hours a day, and take care of my 4 month old grandson 5 days a week. When my fiance became disabled, we lost our beautiful home on Island Estates, my 300zx, his truck, and harley, and everything else. We don't go out to dinner, to the movies, to the beach, or anywhere...EVER. Sometimes I feel like I don't have a partner in life. We can barely afford our tiny apartment and constantly worrying about bills. It's hard to watch the man that you love, that was so happy in life, suffer in pain so much he cries almost every day. I just try to erase my stress and sadness and put a smile on my face and just do what I need to do whether I am tired or not. I can't afford a happy meal, much less a spa so it would be absolutely fabulous, especially because my back and neck have been hurting lately! Thank You!
Kathy Jones February 16, 2013 at 05:15 AM
I am a teacher in S St Pete...need I say more.

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