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BENEFITS OF A ZEN AWAKENING MASSAGE CHAIR

If you’ve ever booked a professional massage before it’s probably because you were trying to get pain relief or help managing stress and/or anxiety. Our massage chairs can help relieve pain and anxiety but those are just a few of the many health benefits that you’ll get with a Zen Awakening massage chair from Litehouse. Zen Awakening Massage Chair Delivers a Massage Tailored for Your Body Cutting edge technology called ShapeDetect, allows Zen Awakening massage chairs measure your height and the width of your body from your head to your toes. This allows the right amount of pressure to be applied to ensure your massage is targeting the areas you need massaged the most, while making sure to perform a tailor made massge for users of all shapes and sizes! Trigger Points on Hands and Feet: Reflexology Zen Awakening massage chairs have FootReflex and PalmReflex features that apply pressure and…

GRILLING TAILGATING TIPS

Football season is here and with that comes tailgating. No game day is complete without a full spread of meat and vegetables right off the grill. We have some tips to help make your tailgating days ones to remember. ALWAYS BE PREPARED Don’t let the game sneak up on you, plan your menu during the week, prep your meats the night before, and load up your gear bright and early on game day. Here are a few tips for tailgate prep: 1. Form burger patties the night before so you don’t have to handle the meat without a sink and antibacterial soap. 2. Marinate or brine meat the night before. 3. Serve chili in bread bowls to save on garbage. BE THE KING OF THE PARKING LOT Tailgating is just as important as the game itself, Litehouse offers a large selection of grills that make tailgating easy and wood-fired smoke…

4 END OF SUMMER POOL PARTY IDEAS FOR YOUR LAST HURRAH THIS LABOR DAY WEEKEND

Summer pool parties, sadly, are coming to an end. With kids back in school, friends and family in Northeast Ohio soon will turn attention to back-to-school events and other calendar-swamping activities that prevent leisurely gatherings around the grill, outdoor kitchen and backyard patio. Since you’ve spent all summer enjoying cannonballs from the diving board and icy-cold drinks from the cooler, there’s no reason not to go all-in during one of the last weekends of summer weather. Here are four themes your guests will enjoy: Show Your School Spirit Labor Day and the end of summer coincide with the start of football and other fall athletic seasons. Encourage your guests to show their colors by coming decked out in spirit, whether it’s the local high school, a college alma mater or just your favorite team. Break out the clothes, uniforms, flags and cheerleader outfits while promising a surprise for the guests…

5 POOL FRIENDLY (AND EASY) THINGS TO EAT AT YOUR NEXT OUTDOOR PARTY

It’s a no-brainer to dump a bag of chips in a bowl and to fire up the grill for some burgers when you host your next pool party, but that’s kind of a boring way to jump into summer fun, right? After cannonballing into the pool to cool off, guests are going to come out looking for a refreshing drink and a bite to eat as they relax in the sun. Without going too Martha Stewart, Rachel Ray or Giada De Laurentiis, there are ways to impress your guests with a versatile dining lineup to munch on as you laugh the day into the night. Here are five of our favorites: Garlic Bread “Fries” A simple finger food that can be served with a side dish of marinara, garlic bread “fries” are as tasty fresh out of the oven as they are later in the day. A sliced piece of…

SWIMMING: HOW IT CAN IMPROVE YOUR QUALITY OF LIFE

While all exercise can produce greater health and longevity, studies point to swimming as one of the best choices for doing so. Here are just a few of the many reasons why: Counts As Both Cardio and Strength Training With Low Impact: While swimming, if you aren’t moving constantly, you’re sinking. (Forced cardio!) Plus, water is about 800 times denser than air, so your muscles are under constant resistance. Low impact means swimming is a great workout for injured athletes, who need to take it easy on their joints, but it may also mean more results. Swimming allows you to workout at higher intensities and keep you going even on those tough days. Improves Muscle Definition and Strength: Swimmers gain muscle strength throughout the entire body. Where runners see muscle build in their legs, swimmers utilize more muscle groups to move through the water. While the legs kick, the arms…