Are You Sorted For Father’s Day?

If you are anything like me I know I get stuck for ideas on Father’s Day.  Being a Holistic Therapist and Healer it always feels a little cheapskate to be offering my family members a treatment this but one has to remember it is the thought that counts.  I think nearly all men enjoy being pampered, having some time out for themselves as we do and being able to switch off, this is a rare thing these days for many.  Or why not treat them to 1 1/2 hrs of vitality bliss at my Guided Meditation Event this Saturday 15th June, a chance to wind down before the actual day!
If interested to book and find out more please click here:  Guided Meditation With Sound, Crystals & Essential Oils
Or I do sell Gift Vouchers for specific treatments or for a monetary value, I always think the latter better as they can then peruse through the Aurora Facets website and see what they might fancy.  Having practised Holistic Therapy for over 20 years I can safely say that a half hour back massage with or without a scrub and or healing is always received well, I don’t think you can ever go wrong with this and with a contribution of £30 for 30 minutes is great value.
In order to purchase a Gift Voucher please email: with your request, I will need your name, recipients name and value or treatment you wish to purchase and method of collection (if posting, then address)
AF Gift Voucher Sample
Here are some other treatment ideas:

Body Treatments (with or without Reiki intent)

  • Bee Lovely Mini Reflexology & Grounding Foot Massage Therapy 30 mins £30
  • Organic Back Scrub & Holistic Massage 30 mins £30
  • Organic Holistic Massage 30 mins £30
  • Lymphatic Drainage 30 mins £30

If you are looking for more affordable or free options you might also like some of these ideas:
1. A lie in. Sleep is the one thing that’s pretty much guaranteed to be in short supply.  When you become a parent and the chance to catch up on some serious zzzz’s is priceless.
2. Breakfast in bed. If it’s good enough for Mother’s Day then it’s good enough for Father’s Day too: surprise him with his favourite brekkie in bed.
3. The gift of time. Whether it’s half an hour or three hours, give him some time to himself to do whatever he wants. They could even make him a little ‘me time’ gift voucher.
4. Give him the day off. When the kids ask me what I’d like for Mother’s Day I always say a day off. A day offloading and unloading machines, and a day off wiping surfaces, bums and faces. Get the kids to take over the chores for the day (and if you’re lucky the favour will be returned on Mother’s Day).
5. Draw him a picture.  Make it extra special by framing it and it’s a lasting reminder of a moment in time.
6. Write him a poem. The things that come out of kid’s mouths are priceless and just like a picture, a poem is a great way to capture this time in their lives and remind him when they’re big and grown. If you’re stuck for inspiration writing the words ‘daddy’ on a piece of paper and encouraging them to write a sentence starting with each letter is always entertaining.
7. Make him a playlist. If he’s a music fan a playlist is a great way to make something special and personal to him that will last beyond Father’s Day. Even if they do insist on putting the Trolls soundtrack on it.
8. Create a new screensaver. Putting together a gallery of your favourite family pictures and memories for his laptop, tablet or phone is guaranteed to raise a smile.
9. Pack a picnic and go for a walk. When was the last time you all spent time together in the great outdoors away from your screens? If you can’t remember then this one’s for you!
10. Get the kids to write down something great their daddy has taught them (or do it for them if they can’t write yet). You could collate them in a card or put them in a letter, and bonus points for funny ones. Like how to do underarm ‘parps’.