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Willow Spa is a Tropical Asian influenced Wellness Spa, offering personalized, effective and unique treatments not found elsewhere in Los Angeles. You will be transported to a tropical setting complete with exotic, fragrant flowers, the sound of running waterfalls, streams, and lantern lit stone walkways leading to plush day beds around a lush relaxing garden. The spa not only provides a unique, tranquil escape from the burdens of everyday life, but captures true holistic care, offering education and expert advice on health and well-being. You can be guided as much or little as you’d like along your path towards relaxation, and rejuvenation. Willow Spa’s first priority will always be to provide only the best quality treatments and staff for our clients and continue to be a model of peace and balance for ourselves and our community. We are so glad you are here to GET WILLOWIZED!

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60 min Zentastic Massage
45 min Pineapple Body Polish
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Latest Posts from Our Blog

Recipe Friday – Homemade Hummus

Homemade hummus is one of our favorites! It’s always a winner when we bring it to gatherings. But even better than that, it’s so easy and quick to make and the result is the best tasting, fresh hummus! Seriously, you just pop all of the ingredients into a food processor and blend. What’s easier than that? Hummus is mainly made from chickpeas (aka garbanzo beans) and they have so many health benefits! Chickpeas provide a rich source of protein without the high calories or saturated fats found in meat. They are also a great source of both soluble and insoluble dietary fiber. Studies have shown that insoluble fiber helps to produce bulk and prevent constipation and soluble fiber helps to regulate blood sugar. Regular intake of chickpeas have shown to lower LDL levels and contain significant amounts of magnesium, folate, maganese and iron. Finally, chickpeas contain saponins, which act as antioxidants and can lower the risk of breast cancer and osteoporosis and protect agains hot flashes in menopausal women.   Homemade Hummus We love this recipe from simple-veganista. You can adjust the recipe to suit your own taste and consistency. We tend to use less garlic and more lemon for a hummus that is […]

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Recipe Friday – Grilled Pineapple Salsa on Sweet Potato Boats

Spring is almost here and fresh pineapples are available again! We are always trying to find some balance in our lives, and pineapples help us to do just that! Eating fresh pineapple has a plethora of health benefits. It helps with with healing, detoxing, metabolizing, tissue building, synthesizing collagen and improving digestion. It feels so great to put our bodies back in sync again after the recent few months of crazy hot/cold/rainy/dry weather. Plus, pineapples are an effective way to get smooth and glowing skin, which is an added bonus, since our skin has been a little stressed and dehydrated lately. Health Benefits Pineapple is high in the enzyme bromelain and in Vitamin C, which are both important in healing. Bromelain helps reduce inflammation, tenderness and pain from bruising, sprains, and strains. Vitamin C is a powerful anti-oxidant that helps to fight colds and infections plus it is vital in repairing body tissues and in synthesizing amino acids and collagen. The higher the collagen synthesis is, the firmer and more flexible your skin will be.     Grilled Pineapple Salsa on Sweet Potato Boats Add a little sweet sunshine to your salsa! We recommend eating fresh pineapple at least once a week. This recipe is a delicious way to add pineapple […]

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Recipe Friday – Microgreens with Herbed Quinoa and Chickpea Salad

This month, Eminence Organics debuts some new detoxifying products that contain a Microgreens Complex, which harvests the powerful essence of microgreens into skincare. As we reviewed the health benefits of microgreens, it inspired us to make this salad for Recipe Friday. What are Microgreens?  Sometimes the smallest superfoods are the most powerful! Microgreens are the cotyledons of a mature plant. Harvested just 2-4 weeks after planting, these baby leaves contain 4-6 times more nutrition than the mature leaves of the same plant. Since they are planted in soil, as opposed to sprouts, which are planted in water, microgreens also absorb the nutrients and minerals from the Earth. Health Benefits Microgreens.  Microgreens have high levels of betacarotene, antioxidants (Vitamins C & E), and Vitamin K. However, different microgreens are loaded with different nutrients. Therefore, it is better to incorporate a variety of your favorite microgreens into your diet. Enjoying Microgreens You can grow microgreens indoors. However, you can also find them at the market like we did. Look for dark, vibrant colors, which indicate the high levels of nutrients. Microgreens add flavor and texture to dishes and also make them look a little fancier. We mixed our microgreens with avocado and lemon in our salad below, which was so delicious and simple […]

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Recipe Friday – DIY Noodle Jars

We don’t have to convince any of you what a great lunch instant noodle cups are despite the lack of nutrition. Today we made a healthier version that was really easy! The idea is so close to the instant noodle cups that you are used to eating, but instead of freeze dried vegetables and flavor packets that are high in sodium and contain MSG, these noodle cups contain fresh veggies and a healthier soup base. Basically, you combine noodles, a bit of vegetable base, some raw sliced veggies, and a few seasonings inside a mason jar. Then you store them in the refrigerator, then when you’re ready to eat, pour hot water over the top and lunch is served.   DIY NOODLE JARS INGREDIENTS Vegetables of choice: We used Bok Choy Mui, carrots, mushrooms, sweet peas and green onion. Thoroughly clean the vegetables and trim if needed to fit the smaller mason jars. Choice of noodles: rice vermicelli was used. However, quinoa noodles, zucchini noodles, brown rice noodle will also work. Tofu – small cubed Vegetable Soup Base: Better Than Boullion Seasoned Vegetable Base – 1 teaspoon   METHOD 1 pint mason jars are ideal it gives you just the right serving. However if you […]

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