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Julia Hamfelt

Julia, or Lazer Wolf as she's more commonly known around LUSH HQ, is the LUSH Times Editor and manager of the LUSH Copy Team. Her LUSH roots began four years ago at the Victoria, BC shop as a Bath Bomb detonating, bubble blowing, dancing machine. She now spends her days collaborating with fellow writers and designers to create fresh LUSH Times editions, web copy and in-store signage. When she's not writing and editing LUSH prose, you might find her engaging in fierce lazer tag battles, belting out a karaoke tune (Tina Turner, always) or doting over her beloved kitty, Luba.

Sep 09.28

Top Five Tips for a Stimulating Massage

Posted In: Tips and Tricks >> How To

Set the Mood
Don’t be afraid to light a candle or two, put on some 90’s power ballads (or whatever you find relaxing) and get comfortable.

Some Like it Hot
Choose a massage oil with warming ingredients, like our Hottie massage bar. Hottie is made with black pepper oil to stimulate blow flow, relieving sore muscles from aches and pains.


Bump and Grind
Need a little extra stimulation? Our Wiccy Magic Muscles massage bar contains a layer of whole aduki beans that act like little fingers, providing a deep massage for sore spots.

 Smooth it Out
When you’re ready to massage, use the whole hand and make long, smooth movements with even pressure. Start at the head and work all the way down the body (yes, even the feet!)

 Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes…
Don’t neglect the areas of your body that hold the most tension, like your head, hands and feet. After all, they do most of your body’s work!