Black Friday Meets Wonderwall With Special Savings and A Love Heals Trunk Show

Jumpstart your Black Friday holiday shopping early at Wonderwall on Friday, Nov. 22 and Saturday, Nov. 23, 2019 with 20% off everything in the store (except jewelry).

Sand City, CA, October 23, 2019 — Jumpstart your Black Friday holiday shopping early at Wonderwall on Friday, Nov. 22 and Saturday, Nov. 23, 2019 with 20% off everything in the store (except jewelry).

Friday night the 22nd is Bubbles and Baubles Night from 4-8 p.m. Enjoy a glass of bubbles, savor small bites, and get your holiday shopping started with an exclusive trunk show of one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces from Love Heals, a socially conscious jewelry company.

On Saturday the 23rd there will be a Love Heals trunk show from 12-5 p.m. Also from 12-5 there will be hourly drawings for special Wonderwall inspired prizes. You will be entered into the drawing with every purchase you make.

Holiday gift cards also go on sale Nov. 22 and can be purchased online or in store.

Wonderwall will also offer big savings on Cyber Monday, Dec. 2, with 20% off any online purchase only at wonderwallhome.com.

About Love Heals

Love Heals is a coveted bohemian lifestyle company based in Ojai, CA offering hand-crafted products which evoke spirit with custom elements in sophisticated combinations. Each piece is an expression of the company’s intention of self-love, healing, and service.

Mother and son founders Adriana and Gunnar Lovelace have been designing together for 12 years and draw inspiration from world travel. Love Heals carefully selects socially and environmentally conscious vendors to ensure all materials are non-toxic and ethically sourced.

With the purchase of each piece of jewelry, Love Heals lovingly plants 10 fruit-bearing trees in Ethiopia with Greener Ethiopia, http://www.treesforthefuture.org. To date, over 1 million trees have been planted. loveheals.com

About Wonderwall

Wonderwall is a vibrant 3,000 square foot gallery centrally located in the arts district of Sand City. Beautifully designed, the space is a curated collection of antiques, art, furniture, furnishings, home décor, architectural elements and objects of desire. Each piece is sourced and curated by owners Mark and Carina Cristofalo from around the world with one constant unified ambition: to create comfort and luxury in your home through the use of authentic, casual, and intuitive elements.

Wonderwall

1714 Contra Costa St., Sand City

(831) 241-4214

Email: flourish@wonderwallhome.com

wonderwallhome.com

Contact:

Marci Bracco Cain

Chatterbox PR

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 747-7455

http://www.wonderwallhome.com

Help someone get back on their feet with a Holiday gift from Balance Physical Therapy’s online store

During the holiday season, Balance Physical Therapy and Human Performance Center reminds shoppers that not everyone needs an ugly sweater or a coffee mug. There are many among us struggling with mobility or rehabilitation issues following an injury.

Monterey, CA, October 22, 2019 – What better gift than to help someone get back on their feet — and back into life.

It all starts on Black Friday (Nov. 29), when savvy online shoppers can save 20 percent on name brands such as Exertools, Lifeline Fitness, Per4M and Spirit TCR (just use the promo code BAL20).

Everyone knows that gift certificates remain the perfect stocking stuffer. Balance Physical Therapy provides certificates to be redeemed for a variety of services at either the Monterey or Salinas facility.

As December unfolds, follow Balance Physical Therapy on Facebook and Instagram as we unveil our 20 Days of Christmas that features daily online specials through the store. Each day one of our physical therapists will offer advice, and showcase their favorite product that will be featured online at a discount.

About Balance Physical Therapy

Founded in June 2002 by Dr. John Farahmand, Balance Physical Therapy and Human Performance Center is dedicated to being the most patient-focused, result-oriented rehabilitation facility in Monterey County.

Balance Physical Therapy achieves that goal through the application of highly skilled manual therapy, prescribed therapeutic exercise and patient education, forming a team that is committed to returning patients to an active lifestyle.

A native of the Salinas Valley, Dr. Farahmand attended local schools, and later graduated from the University of California at Los Angeles with degrees in Psychobiology and Business Administration. He then pursued his Doctorate in Physical Therapy at the University of Southern California.

BPT features 12 physical therapists, all tops in their field and committed to constant improvement in the areas of their clinical expertise, exercise interventions, advanced rehabilitation techniques, and the latest in research and science.

Balance Physical Therapy now has locations in Monterey (2260 N. Fremont St.) and Salinas (143 John St.), to better serve the community’s needs. Find out more at www.balancept.com.

Contact:

Marci Bracco Cain

Chatterbox PR

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 747-7455

http://www.balancept.com

Twisted Roots offers Wine discounts for all Active and Retired Military throughout Veterans Day weekend

Veterans Day began as Armistice Day, acknowledging the first anniversary of the end of World War I.

Carmel Valley, CA, October 22, 2019 – Veterans Day began as Armistice Day, acknowledging the first anniversary of the end of World War I. Congress passed a resolution in 1926 for an annual observance, and Nov. 11 became a national holiday beginning in 1938.

It’s a somber date intended to honor and thank military personnel — particularly living veterans — who served the country in all wars.

To honor the commitment and sacrifice of our veterans, Twisted Roots Winery is offering a 30 percent discount on purchases for all active and retired military (both in the tasting room and online orders) throughout Veterans Day weekend. The winery’s Carmel Valley tasting room will be closed on Saturday, Nov. 9, but veterans can go online and use the coupon code THANKYOU to earn the discount.

On Veterans Day weekend, Twisted Roots will also send a thank you gift to Specialist Five James C. McCloughan, a combat medic in Vietnam who earned the Medal of Honor for his service with Company C, 3rd Battalion, 21st Infantry Regiment, 196th Light Infantry Brigade, Americal Division (March 1969 to March 1970). McCloughan served with Mike Hodge, the father of Twisted Roots co-owner Julie Ruiz.

Known for its Old Vine Zinfandel from the highly regarded Lodi Appellation, Twisted Roots also makes award-winning Cabernet, Petite Sirah, Chardonnay, Blanc de Blanc, Traditional Brut and Sparkling Brut Rosé. For something different, try the Twisted Roots light, crisp hard cider made from a unique combination of five apple varieties.

Twisted Roots’ newly renovated tasting room in Carmel Valley offers a unique wine-tasting experience — either inside or under the sun on the outdoor patio. Located at 12 Del Fino Place in Carmel Valley, the tasting room is open noon to 5 p.m. from Thursday through Sunday.

Shopping can also be done through the online store at www.twistedrootsvineyard.com/online-store.

Contact:

Marci Bracco Cain

Chatterbox PR

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 747-7455

http://www.twistedrootsvineyard.com/online-store

Month-Long Vacation Rentals Offer Many Advantages to the Discerning Traveler

Anyone who has stayed in a short-term vacation rental is well aware of the advantages of staying in a private home rather than traditional traveler lodging — better price, more flexibility, more space, more choices, and so forth.

Monterey, CA, October 20, 2019 — Anyone who has stayed in a short-term vacation rental is well aware of the advantages of staying in a private home rather than traditional traveler lodging — better price, more flexibility, more space, more choices, and so forth.

Those advantages are still applicable when one opts for a longer-term vacation rental, such as a one-month rental. Thirty days may seem a like a long time, but when you vacation in an area such as the Monterey Peninsula, a few days is certainly not enough to see and experience all the area has to offer.

The vacation rental professionals at Monterey-based Sanctuary Vacation Rentals, which was founded more than 11 years ago and represents more than 100 homes across the Monterey Peninsula, specializes in both short-term and longer-term rentals and have surveyed both renters and owners about the advantages and disadvantages of both.

“Renting for 30 days creates a mutually beneficial situation,” said Annee Martin, Sanctuary Vacation Rentals, Owner/President/Design Team/Realtor. “Homeowners gain security by renting for large chunks of time. And renters can really live the life of a local, not a tourist, exploring every corner of this beautiful region while enjoying all the comforts of a true home away from home.”

Here are seven reasons to rent a one-month vacation rental:

1. You have a home base. It’s your home away from home. You can sleep in, go on an outing, shopping, sightseeing or whatever it is that you would want to do. There are no check-out times. You will not be woken up by housekeeping knocking on the door. If you’re not feeling well, you can stay in for a day and rest and recuperate and not feel that you’re missing out.

2. You only need to unpack and pack once. You can unpack everything you brought with you without having to worry about packing up in a day or two, giving you more leisure time. And you’re not living out of your suitcase.

3. You have more room and more time to use it. Vacation rentals have much more space than the average hotel room. There’s more room to stretch out, relax and use areas of the home you may not use if you’re only there for a day or two. Plus, there are usually more bathrooms and areas where you can get away from everyone else and have some quiet alone time.

4. You can choose the type of property with the amenities and comforts you want. Unlike many hotels, you can pick a home that has a hot tub, Jacuzzi or even a pool or one that comes furnished with fire pits and gas barbecue grills. Some homes even come equipped with beach toys, bicycles, and other recreational equipment.

5. You can save money. By grocery shopping and cooking some meals “at home,” you can save money and use it on excursions and sightseeing instead of eating out every night. And if you want to eat out, you still have that option too. You can also split the costs with your friends and family and use it on weekends and still be ahead.

6. You have more flexibility. You can plan longer excursions or short trips or do them in stages, knowing you have more than a day or two to experience them all. You can invite family and friends to visit on weekends or for a couple of days.

7. Finally, you can do all of the above in the location of your dreams. Vacation rentals give you more options than a hotel room, whether it’s a quaint Carmel cottage or a multi-room Pebble Beach mansion with an expansive view, you’ll be able to find something that fits your dream perfectly.

For more information on one-month vacation rentals and all the options available to you, go to https://www.sanctuaryvacationrentals.com or call Sanctuary toll-free at (800) 614-6706.

About Sanctuary Vacation Rentals

Founded in 2008 by Annee Martin, Sanctuary Vacation Rentals boasts a team of 20 professionals and represents almost 100 homes across the Monterey Peninsula, including Carmel-by-the-Sea, Carmel proper, Carmel Highlands, Big Sur, Pebble Beach, Pacific Grove, Monterey, Marina, Seaside, Carmel Valley and the Highway 68 corridor near the airport and Laguna Seca.

Sanctuary’s roster of homes includes everything from cozy two-bedroom cottages in Carmel and Pacific Grove to larger four- to six-bedroom homes that can accommodate up to 12 people and luxurious Pebble Beach homes with ocean views. Many of the homes are within walking distance to the area’s beaches, restaurants, shopping and tourist attractions.

Sanctuary homes all invoke a sense of peace and harmony, allowing guests to relax, revitalize their lives, reconnect with one another, and above all, have fun. Sanctuary’s goal is to provide guests with a sanctuary from all the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Its vision is to inspire and nurture the hearts and souls of guests with the beauty and magic of the Monterey Peninsula while staying in one of its vacation homes.

Sanctuary Vacation Rentals

888 Munras Ave., Suite 100

Monterey, CA 93940

Phone: (831) 233-6340

Toll-Free: (800) 614-6706

https://www.sanctuaryvacationrentals.com

Contact:

Marci Bracco Cain

Chatterbox PR

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 747-7455

https://www.sanctuaryvacationrentals.com

Monterey County Fair Announces Dates, Theme and Poster for 2020 Fair Featuring Artwork by Renowned Artist Jo Mora

A mural by renowned California artist Jo Mora has been selected for the official poster of the 2020 Monterey County Fair and inspired its theme, “Fiesta.”

Monterey, CA, October 18, 2019 — A mural by renowned California artist Jo Mora has been selected for the official poster of the 2020 Monterey County Fair and inspired its theme, “Fiesta.”

The 84th Annual Monterey County Fair will be held from Thursday, Sept. 3-Monday, Sept. 7, 2020, at the Monterey County Fair & Event Center, 2004 Fairground Road in Monterey. The Fair is also celebrating the 250th anniversary of the founding of the city of Monterey in 2020.

Trotter Galleries in Carmel acquired the complete Jo Mora “Fable” mural collection in 2015 and one of the murals was used as the official poster for the 80th anniversary of the Fair in 2016.

The famed seven-mural suite was originally commissioned in 1936, during the middle of the Great Depression, to enliven the walls of what would be named The Fable Restaurant, located in the former Drake-Wiltshire Hotel in San Francisco. Mora, a Monterey Peninsula artist who was known throughout California for his multi-talented and imaginative abilities of expression, was selected for this important commission.

“The artist’s gift as both a humorist and storyteller is brilliantly conveyed in these murals through colorful anthropomorphic imagery, captivating an audience of any age or background, and are still as relevant today as when he first created them in his local studio 84 years ago,” said Paula Trotter of Trotter Galleries.

Mora (1876-1947) was an artist-historian, sculptor, painter, photographer, illustrator, muralist and author who has been called the “Renaissance Man of the West.” Born in Uruguay, Mora and his family moved to Carmel in 1921, where he created the monumental bronze and travertine sarcophagus and altar for Father Junípero Serra that was placed in the Carmel Mission Basilica. A prolific artist, Mora’s sculptures, illustrations, watercolors and etchings were frequently exhibited across the United States. Starting in 1937, Mora wrote and illustrated a number of children’s books about the West.

“Somewhere Jo Mora must have been smiling when four years ago one of his Fable murals was selected to celebrate the 80th anniversary of the Monterey County Fair,” said Trotter. “Once again, as Jo always intended, we are all smiling as another of his Fable murals was selected and specially titled ‘Fiesta’ for this year’s theme for the 2020 Monterey County Fair.”

About the Monterey County Fair & Event Center The Monterey County Fair & Event Center is a premier event center set on 22 oak-studded acres with ample parking. It is a state-owned multi-use facility that features four large banquet rooms, two outdoor concert venues, and a variety of outdoor and indoor cost-effective sites ideal for all types of events. It is home of the annual award-winning Monterey County Fair, host to many major and private events on the Central Coast, and the site of the Monterey Bay Race Place, a Satellite Wagering Facility.

For more information, contact the Fair Administration Office, at 2004 Fairground Road in Monterey, by calling (831) 372-5863 or go to www.montereycountyfair.com for more information.

Contact:

Marci Bracco Cain

Chatterbox PR

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 747-7455

http://www.montereycountyfair.com

Santa Cruz Author’s Visually Stunning yet Practical ‘Posy Book’ the Perfect Holiday Stocking Stuffer

Gifting flowers conveys emotions and messages that can’t always be articulated in words.

Santa Cruz, CA, October 17, 2019 – Gifting flowers conveys emotions and messages that can’t always be articulated in words. Santa Cruz author Teresa Sabankaya helps translate those feelings for us in “The Posy Book: Garden-Inspired Bouquets that Tell a Story.”

Just in time for the holidays, this inspiring book — a perfect hostess gift or stocking stuffer — shows readers how to communicate exactly the right sentiment with exactly the right flower.

Inspired by the Victorian-era language of flowers, a posy is a small circular gathering of flowers, plants and herbs chosen to communicate a particular emotion or sentiment.

Sabankaya provides detailed recipes for posies for a variety of sentiments. Thanks to her step-by-step instructions, you’ll have the confidence to make your own personalized arrangement. Make someone feel like a queen for a day with a posy made with calla lily and gardenias (which convey magnificent beauty and feminine charm). Or let that certain bestie know that you’ll be friends to the end with oak-leaf geraniums and mint. The sentiments are endless.

In the book’s foreword, New York Times best-selling author Amy Stewart writes: “Teresa has woven her wisdom, spirit, and artistry into this beautiful book. In these pages you’ll see that anyone can make a posy. Like a favorite recipe, it’s meant to be savored and shared.”

Purchase the book directly through the author’s website at www.teresasabankaya.com, or find it at local bookstores or online through Amazon.

About the author

A pioneer of the slow flower movement, Teresa Sabankaya runs the Bonny Doon Garden Company in Santa Cruz. She was featured in Michael Pollan’s PBS documentary “The Botany of Desire,” and has appeared on CBS News Sunday Morning. Her work has been featured in Elle magazine, San Francisco Chronicle, and many bridal magazines.

Contact:

Marci Bracco Cain

Chatterbox PR

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 747-7455

http://www.teresasabankaya.com

Carmel’s Yeast of Eden Wins Bronze Medal at the 2019 Great American Beer Festival®

Saison Apotheca recognized for brewing excellence at world’s largest commercial beer competition

Boulder, CO, October 16, 2019 – Carmel-by-the-Sea’s Yeast of Eden was awarded a medal at the 2019 Great American Beer Festival (GABF) competition, the world’s largest commercial beer competition. The GABF, presented by the Brewers Association, recognizes the most outstanding beers produced in the United States. Gold, silver and bronze medals were awarded on October 5 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, in 107 beer categories covering 174 different beer styles (including all subcategories), establishing the best examples of each style in the country.

L-R Co-owners J.C. & Melanie Hill, Party Wave Dave, & GABF Founder Charlie Papazian.

Yeast of Eden was recognized with a bronze medal in the highly competitive Belgian-style Sour category among 91 other entries beer-style category for Saison Apotheca, a farmhouse-style ale brewed with California-grown malts, a blend of Belgian yeast, and a touch of native microflora to create acidity and highlight the terroir of

Monterey county. Considered a “mixed fermentation” beer, Yeast of Eden also brews ales and lagers of many styles, including IPA & Pilsner, but also curates rotating guest beers from some of California’s best.

Yeast of Eden’s sister brewery Alvarado Street in Monterey also received some hardware at this year’s GABF, taking Gold in Imperial IPA for Double Cone, and Bronze in Contemporary American Pilsner for Citraveza.

“What a weekend for our three breweries,” said Co-owner J.C. Hill. “This type of recognition you can only dream about, and it shows how hard our team works to execute these beers. Hats off to our pub brewers, Salinas production team, and the brew staff at Yeast of Eden. Big day for beers crafted right here in Monterey county!”

In the 33rd edition of the GABF competition, 9,497 entries were submitted to the general competition, along with 113 Pro-Am and 70 Collaboration entries. The beer was made by 2,295 breweries from across the nation, with entries from all 50 states plus Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Judging took place over the course of three days, with an international panel of 322 judges from 18 countries.

“This year’s GABF competition was the largest and most competitive to date,” said Chris Swersey, competition manager, Great American Beer Festival. “The beers and talent were as impressive as ever, and I’m thrilled to congratulate this year’s winners for their achievements in brewing.”

For more GABF competition information, including the 2019 winners list and photos, visit GreatAmericanBeerFestival.com.

Contact:

Marci Bracco Cain

Chatterbox PR

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 747-7455

http://www.GreatAmericanBeerFestival.com

Alvarado Street Brewery Wins Multiple Medals at the 2019 Great American Beer Festival®

Double Cone & Citraveza recognized for brewing excellence at world’s largest commercial beer competition

Boulder, CO, October 16, 2019 – Alvarado Street Brewery was awarded gold & bronze medals at the 2019 Great American Beer Festival (GABF) competition, the world’s largest commercial beer competition. The GABF, presented by the Brewers Association, recognizes the most outstanding beers produced in the United States. Gold, silver and bronze medals were awarded on October 5 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, in 107 beer categories covering 174 different beer styles (including all subcategories), establishing the best examples of each style in the country.

Alvarado Street was recognized with a Gold Medal in the highly competitive Imperial IPA category among 173 other entries beer-style category for Double Cone, a Double IPA that the team has been brewing since 2014. Named after Double Cone peak in Big Sur’s Ventana Wilderness, the name also relates to copious amounts of hop cones used throughout the brewing process, which include Mosaic, Citra & Strata varieties. Double Cone also took top honors at a side competition in Denver called the Alpha King Challenge, which has been running for over 20 years and matches up the industry’s top double India Pale Ales. Double Cone was awarded first place out of 160 entries to earn Alvarado Street the title of the 2019 Alpha King Champion.

Additionally, Alvarado was awarded a Bronze Medal in the Contemporary American-style Pilsner category for “Citraveza”, a Citra-hopped West Coast-style lager. Citraveza was a homebrew recipe of Co-owner J.C. Hill that dated back to 2011, and was even brewed for his wedding in 2013. Having his wife, Melanie, up on stage this year at GABF to collect the award was a special experience, said Hill.

Alvarado Street’s sister brewery Yeast of Eden in Carmel-by-the-Sea also received some hardware at this year’s GABF, taking Bronze in the Belgian-style Sour category for Saison Apotheca.

L-R Co-owners J.C. & Melanie Hill, Party Wave Dave, & GABF Founder Charlie Papazian.

“What a weekend for our three breweries,” said Co-owner J.C. Hill. “This type of recognition you can only dream about, and it shows how hard our team works to execute these beers. Hats off to our pub brewers, Salinas production team, and the brew staff at Yeast of Eden. Big day for beers crafted right here in Monterey county!”

In the 33rd edition of the GABF competition, 9,497 entries were submitted to the general competition, along with 113 Pro-Am and 70 Collaboration entries. The beer was made by 2,295 breweries from across the nation, with entries from all 50 states plus Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Judging took place over the course of three days, with an international panel of 322 judges from 18 countries.

“This year’s GABF competition was the largest and most competitive to date,” said Chris Swersey, competition manager, Great American Beer Festival. “The beers and talent were as impressive as ever, and I’m thrilled to congratulate this year’s winners for their achievements in brewing.”

For more GABF competition information, including the 2019 winners list and photos, visit GreatAmericanBeerFestival.com

Contact:

Marci Bracco Cain

Chatterbox PR

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 747-7455

http://www.GreatAmericanBeerFestival.com

Enjoy the splendors of the Rhine and Moselle wine regions during an epic cruise with De Tierra Vineyards

Book 7-day European trip by Oct. 31 and get $750/per person savings

Carmel, CA, October 15, 2019 — Dan McDonnal and Alix Bosch share a love for wine, adventure and travel, and want to enjoy all three with like-minded friends during an epic river cruise next April.

Drink in the beauty, history and flavor of the Rhine and Moselle river valleys with the owners of De Tierra Vineyards, a boutique winery in Monterey County.

Book your cabin before Oct. 31, and receive an exclusive $750 per person savings.

The seven-day cruise aboard AMAWaterways sets sail from Luxembourg on April 2, 2020, stopping in the winemaking villages in the wine-growing region of Bernkastel, where you’ll learn about legendary Bernkasteler Doctor and Rüdesheim vineyards. Then it’s off to Cologne, Germany, for a taste of the city’s famous Kölsch beer. Complete your journey with a gentle ride through Amsterdam’s canals.

Reservations made through MillenniuM Travel ensure participation in all De Tierra Vineyards’ events aboard — and ensure $750 in savings.

The cruise includes 7-night luxury accommodation (April 2-9) in an outside stateroom, with on-demand entertainment, free high-speed internet, music library and television and mini-fridge.

An array of ship amenities include: Wellness host leading various exercise classes and relaxation techniques;

personalized service from a highly trained cruise manager during both cruise and land programs; sun deck pool with swim-up bar and walking track; fitness room, massage services and hair salon; main lounge with panoramic views and bar; and daily entertainment.

Dan and Alix will prove to be perfect hosts for such an adventure, each having logged countless miles visiting various countries and experiencing new cultures. Alix has lived in both Germany and France and is fluent in both languages. Through their various journeys, they’ve developed a love of wine and especially enjoy finding small boutique wineries and rare or unusual varietals from around the world.

To make a reservation, contact MillenniuM Travel at (831) 659-0151 or email cruises@MmMmTravel.com.

About De Tierra Vineyards

De Tierra Vineyards began in 1998 as an organic grape-growing operation on The Russell Vineyard in the area John Steinbeck wrote about in his book “Pastures of Heaven,” and today thrives as an artisanal brand with distribution in more than 20 states. De Tierra produces nine single varietals and three red blends. The Russell Vineyard grows five varietals — Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Merlot, Riesling and Cabernet Franc. De Tierra also sources additional varietals from other high-quality vineyards in Monterey County and beyond. De Tierra’s mission is to make handcrafted, premium wines using the best fruit. Visit De Tierra’s tasting room at Mission and Fifth in Carmel-by-the-Sea. Information: 622.9704, www.detierra.com.

Contact:

Marci Bracco Cain

Chatterbox PR

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 747-7455

http://www.detierra.com

Cinq Mondes Spa in Carmel Will Host a ‘No-Tox & Bubbles’ Party Nov. 7, 2019, to Get Ready for the Holidays

Cinq Mondes Spa Carmel, the French cosmetic company’s flagship location in the U.S., will get ready for the holidays by hosting a No-Tox & Bubbles Party on November 7, 2019, at the spa in Carmel.

Carmel, CA, October 15, 2019 — Cinq Mondes Spa Carmel, the French cosmetic company’s flagship location in the U.S., will get ready for the holidays by hosting a No-Tox & Bubbles Party on November 7, 2019, at the spa in Carmel.

The festive event, from 5:30–7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 7, 2019, will feature non-toxic skin treatments by homeopathic doctor Dr. Rozlynn Trotter, HD, as well as Prosecco, light hors d’oeuvres and makeup applications by Nicole.

Dr. Trotter is a leader in women’s health, drawing on many years of experience in integrative and functional medicine, nutrition, Ayurveda, Chinese medicine and Vega biofeedback. As a Homeopathic doctor, Dr. Trotter brings both insight and compassion to individuals seeking vitality and optimum health.

Dr. Trotter is owner of Crossroads Health and Beauty in Cinq Mondes Spa Carmel, located at 118 Crossroad Blvd., The Crossroads, in Carmel. Dr. Trotter offers a number of services, including custom therapeutic injections (such as B12, energy and anti-aging boosters), cutting-edge facial rejuvenation, non-surgical face and neck lifts, décolleté and hands, exosomes (stem cells), microneedling, scar and stretch mark removal, detox, nutrition, homeopathy and emotional healing.

“Skin undergoes physiological changes as a consequence of the aging process.

There are two types of skin aging, intrinsic and extrinsic aging,” says Dr. Trotter. “Intrinsic aging is genetically determined, meaning it’s inevitable as time passes. Epigenetic changes and post-translational mechanisms are more important pathways of intrinsic aging rather than genetic influences. How the genes are expressed.

“Extrinsic aging occurs by external factors such as smoking, air pollution, unbalanced nutrition, UV exposure known as photo aging,” she adds. “Photo aging being the most visibly damaging to skin aging causing irregular pigmentation, dryness, sallowness, roughness, premalignant lesions and skin cancer. Intrinsic skin aging is characterized by a loss of elasticity and fine wrinkles rather than deep wrinkles due to photo aging.

“I am excited to tell you that you can now regenerate your skin naturally and non-surgically with exosomes,” says Dr. Trotter. “These powerful messengers derived from stem cells dramatically improve the quality and texture of all skin types. Formulated using dermal fibroblast exosomes, growth factors, micro RNA, proteins and peptides to restore both the youthful contour and shape of the face as well as improve skin quality, tightness, and color irregularities caused by the extrinsic and intrinsic aging.

“It works with topical application and/or intradermal injections of exosomes.

Tissue abrasion using micro-needling stimulates a wound-healing response. Delivering the exosomes in the micro-channels to the skin aid in the production of collagen, elastin, and regenerates the aging skin restoring the skin to a youthful appearance.

“Intradermal injections of exosomes are a natural alternative for Botox. Our future of aesthetics is stem cells. Plastics, fillers and toxic injections are being replaced with natural human dermal derived stem cells. Come and experience the future of skin care.”

For more information about the event, call (831) 625-4410.

About Dr. Rozlynn Trotter

Dr. Rozlynn Trotter, HD, is a leader in women’s health, drawing on many years of experience in integrative and functional medicine, nutrition, Ayurveda, Chinese medicine and Vega biofeedback. As a Homeopathic doctor, Rozlynn brings both insight and compassion to individuals seeking vitality and optimum health.

Dr. Trotter received a degree in Holistic Health and Asian Bodywork from the American University of Complimentary Medicine and is a licensed Doctor of Homeopathy registered by the Homeopathic Medical Council of Canada. And had a research position with the Thyroid and Adrenal Institute in Scottsdale, AZ.

While living in California, Dr. Trotter apprenticed with Dr. Michael Galitzer, MD, a nationally recognized expert in anti-aging medicine and bio-identical hormone replacement therapy. Dr. Galitzer is featured in Suzanne Somers’ books “Breakthrough” and “Knockout” and author of Outstanding Health. She then went on to take a post as a Homeopathic Practitioner at the renowned Hall Center in Santa Monica, California, working closely with founder Dr. Prudence Hall, MD. There, she developed a Department of Homeopathy which included thyroid testing and a dispensary.

After studying and working in the United States for 11 years, Dr. Trotter saw a need to bring her knowledge to Canada and returned to her hometown of Toronto, where she became the Founder and President of Thyroid Health Canada. She was also a member of the Board of Directors at the Toronto Western Hospital for the Artist Health Alliance.

Dr. Trotter opened Crossroads Health & Beauty in 2018, joining the team at Cinq Mondes Spa Carmel, where she administers custom therapeutic injections (such as B12, energy and anti-aging boosters). She practices homeopathy, nutrition, detox and performs the cutting-edge facial rejuvenation, exosomes (stem cells), microneedling, scar and stretch-mark removal.

Contact:

Marci Bracco Cain

Chatterbox PR

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 747-7455

http://www.cinqmondesspacarmel.com/