La Vida Bella ends Health & Beauty Workshop on high note


CAY HILL/COLE BAY – La Vida Bella Day Spa ended their Health & Beauty Workshop on July 25. The Spa was able to host it first annual summer camp for 20 young ladies ages 12 to 18 years old.

“In an attempt to give back to our community and also involve our youth in a positive and dynamic environment, the spa decided to design a one-week program, where different companies and components would be involved and share their different skills/expertise with these young ladies. The program started on July 18, and was held at the Asha Stephens Hillside Christian School in Cay Hill from 10:00am to 4:00pm,” a press release said.

The ladies had an intense and interactive week that consisted of health, beauty, etiquette, self-marketing, motivation and life coaching, fitness and activity awareness, health and hygiene day to day practices. These were only some of the activities that the ladies enjoyed and took part in.

Managing Director of La Vida Day Spa, was overwhelmed by the support of this project as different businesses joined forces to make this a memorable experience for the ladies (Sherriff Security, Zee Best, Century 21 Island Realty, Inglot, Shaker Enterprise N.V, Hoeve & Rogers Attorneys/Consultants, Manrique Capriles, Pink Pearl Restaurant, Shop 4 Less, Shanee Enterprise N.V, IRM Training Solutions N.V, I&I Fitness, Optima Sarl, Carl & Sons Bakery, Manrique Capriles & Sons, Asha Stephens Hillside Christian School,  Ricardi Marcel, Gromyko Wilson, Jobson Chatalier, our leading Organic Skin Care Brand Eminence).

Also the various individuals that took time out of their busy schedule, to provide motivational speeches, and presentations to ensure that the ladies walked away with a fountain of information and substance at the end of that week (Prime Minister Marlin and his wife Gabrielle Marlin, Delano Baptist, Guillian Grannum, Patricia Y. Evers, Deonne Chambers, Coletta Lawrence-Illidge, Claudius Rogers, Dino Jagtiani, Kenty Lichtenberg, T’keyah Hodge, Vilma Sharma, Retenella Breedy).

“I can guarantee you that this was a powerhouse of knowledge and we were elated to have been able to provide these young ladies with a room for of positive energy, ambitious and goal oriented individuals within our community,” the Director said.

In addition, the closing of this one-week program was done with a beautiful ceremony, where the participants and their parents attended. The ladies were presented with a certificate of participation, and they were happy to be recognized for their time, input and interaction for the past week.

“We can definitely deem this summer program a complete success and we are already planning for 2017 as we plan to be able to accommodate more ladies with the help of our community. It was our first program, and like any first attempt, there are always learning curves, the key to a successful event is not that it would be flawless but having a team that will jump to quick action and command whenever it was needed. Last but not least, we would like to thank our dedicated team and staff for giving it their all and representing our organization to the best of their ability,” the release concluded.