20% off Lavender in April 2017

We love Lavender Essential Oil, and we think that it needs to be a staple in everyone’s medicine cabinet! From cuts to bruises to stress management, Lavender oil helps with so many things! If you have to choose only one oil to have, Lavender would be it!


To learn more about lavender oil, check out our previous article in our newsroom!


Retail Price: $30.92

Sale Price: $24.75


To order yours, call or text (970) 286-0033 or email marissa@uptmassage.com.


Fight with Thieves This Year

Time to stock up on Thieves Oil! 
Young Living Essential Oils has a whole, amazing line of different Thieves products, and we have talked about the amazing benefits of Thieves oil, spray, and more before.
This month, we are doing an extra special deal–20% off ALL Thieves products!!
Here’s a whole list of what we have to offer and their prices:
Thieves Essential Oil: $44.41 $35.23
Thieves Vitality Oil: $19.08 $15.27
Thieves Aromabright Toothpaste: $13.49 $10.79
Thieves Dentarome Plus Toothpaste: $8.88 $7.10
Thieves Dentarome Ultra Toothpaste: $11.51 $9.21
Thieves Fresh Essence Plus Mouthwash: $14.47 $11.58
Thieves Dental Floss (1 pack): $4.28 $3.42
Thieves Dental Floss (3 pack): $11.51 $9.21
Thieves Mints (1 pack): $16.78 $13.24
Thieves Mints (3 pack): $45.39 $36.31
Thieves Hard Lozenges: $24.34 $19.47
Thieves Waterless Hand Purifier (1 oz): $6.58 $5.26
Thieves Waterless Hand Purifier (3 pack): $18.09 $14.47
Thieves Waterless Hand Purifier (7.6 fl. oz): $35.20 $28.16
Thieves Cleansing Soap: $13.49 $10.79
Thieves Foaming Hand Soap (1 pack): $17.11 $13.69
Thieves Foaming Hand Soap (3 pack): $46.71 $37.37
Thieves Foaming Hand Soap (refill 32 fl oz): $50.66 $40.53
Thieves Dish Soap: $18.09 $14.47
Thieves Laundry Soap: $37.83 $30.26
Thieves Fruit & Veggie Spray: $10.86 $8.69
Thieves Fruit and Veggie Soak: $25.33 $20.26
Thieves Household Cleaner (14.4 oz): $28.95 $23.16
Thieves Household Cleaner (64 oz): $112.17 $89.74
Thieves Spray (1 pack): $11.84 $9.47
Thieves Spray (3 pack): $31.25 $25.00
Thieves Wipes: $17.43 $13.94
Usually, we only choose ONE product to have on sale, but until November 30, 2016, get ANY Thieves product at 20% off! Does not include tax or shipping.
Call / Text (970) 286-0033 or email marissa@uptmassage.com to place your order.
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Young Living Essential Oil Promo





For the month of June, take 20% off of any Young Living essential oil order. This is a steal!


Call or text (970) 286-0033 or email marissa@uptmassage.com for prices and to place an order.


Young Living with Oola

Dr. Dave and Dr. Troy are two chiropractors who wrote a book called ” Oola: Finding Balance in an Unbalanced World” and focus on establishing balance between the 7 necessary Fs in life: Fitness, Finance, Family, Friends, Fun, Field, and Faith. Establishing this balance takes a lot of work, dedication, and constant reevaluation of the status quo. This book goes through each one and helps you evaluate where you are strong and where you need work. It helps you recognize detrimental thought forms and limiting beliefs, as well as teach you tangible lessons to really help you.
So what does this have to to with Young Living and essential oils? Well, these great guys have been working with Young Living and have created a collection, called the Infused 7, which are special blends designed to help you in each of these areas. The Infused 7 include the oils for Fitness, Finance, Family, FriendsFun, Field, and Faith.
Each of the oils contain different oils. I could talk about each one individually, but then you’d be reading for a very long time about each oil blend. So I will leave it with: Get balanced in your life; find your Oola.
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Young Living with some Basics

I just want to talk about some of the oils that I use in my everyday life, and why.
Stress Away. Who doesn’t have stress? This calming blend uplifts as well as calms. It’s a mix of Copaiba, Lime, Cedarwood, Vanilla, Ocotea, and Lavender, and it really invites peace and tranquility. I put it on my shoulders, as I often feel stress there before anywhere else.
Patchouli relaxes and decreases inflammation. It can clarify thoughts and help you discard insecurities. It can also be used as a dietary aid. I put it on my collar bones, just a little bit.
Valor is one of my all-time favorites! The blend empowers and encourages while keeping you feeling grounded. I put it on my feet to keep me grounded, or on my throat when I feel like I need extra help communicating.
Lavender, Lemon, and Peppermint are my bread an butter. If I had to choose only 3 oils, these 3 would be it! Lavender is calming and helps with cuts, scrapes, and bruises; lemon is super detoxifying; peppermint helps with soreness, headaches, and more. I’ll put a drop of lemon and peppermint in hot water if I’m having a stomach ache. I’ll put a drop of lavender on my joints when they are achy or over my heart if I’m getting anxious.
If you had to only choose one oil, it would be Thieves. This combination of oils got its name because during the dreaded plague, spice traders would dip their bandanas in a combination similar to this and wrap their faces with it to prevent getting the plague while they broke into houses that had been boarded up because of infected people and steal their valuables. These thieves would not get sick! Young Living has a whole line of Thieves products. I use the oil as a dietary supplement if I’m getting sick or the spray in my throat if I’m getting sick. I use the toothpaste and the mouthwash. I also have the household cleaner you can use for stoves, countertops, and my husband has even used it to clean his car tires! The possibilities are endless.
Young Living also has a line of supplements, products, and recently launched a line called Vitality, which is specifically designed for dietary and cooking use.

Young Living with Chamomile

Young Living actually has 2 types of chamomile: Roman and German. Both look similar–adorable little white flowers with a bright yellow center. Both have many similar benefits, such as increasing relaxation, calming the nerves and mind, and tasting yummy in teas. Both are anti-inflammatory. Both are a natural anesthetic. Both naturally grow in Utah. Both help with insomnia and skin conditions. Both from the Asteraceae Botanical Family. But there are some slight differences.
Roman Chamomile:
  • Naturally grows in France
  • Anti-spasmodic, anti-parasitic, and antibacterial
  • Relieves ADHD, anxiety, depression, and restlessness
  • Helps minimize irritability and stabilize mood
  • Helps combat nervousness
German Chamomile:
  • Naturally grows in Idaho, Egypt, and Hungary
  • Powerful antioxidant, anti-tumoral
  • Promotes digestion, liver, and gallbladder health
  • Inhibits lipid peroxidation
  • Used to help treat the liver, arteriosclerosis, nervous tension, arthritis and carpal tunnel
Whether you choose to use Roman Chamomile or German Chamomile, you will not be sorry. Both oils will aid you in bringing an inner zen and peace to your life.
Information was found in Essential Oils Pocket Reference 6th Edition byLife Science Publishers.
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Young Living with Peppermint

Peppermint oil has been used in healing remedies since 1500 BC. It has been used in Greek and Roman mythology and used throughout cultures throughout the world.
Most people know that you should drink peppermint tea when your stomach doesn’t feel well. And I think most of us know that many topical analgesics like Tiger Balm smell of peppermint, not to mention the respiratory benefits from Vick’s Vapor rub and the like. It doesn’t take a scientist to tell you that peppermint is great for your respiratory system–you just have to pay a visit to the Celestial Seasonings factory in Boulder and spend a minute in the famous peppermint room!
A short list of what peppermint is good for:
  • Relieving symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  • Heartburn
  • Headaches
  • Muscle spasms
  • Congestion
  • Menstural problems
  • Liver / Gallbladder problems
WebMD has a whole list of ailments peppermint oil can help. It also lists some of the side effects, including burning on the skin. Peppermint oil is quite powerful, so be sure to use it with a carrier oil (jojoba oil, avocado oil, etc.) when applying to your skin, and make sure you don’t get it too close to your eyes. You can also use it as a dietary supplement, but make sure it won’t interfere with any current medications you are taking.
We have a recipe on our Pinterest where you can use peppermint oil for a yummy, chocolatey, healthy treat!
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