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Contest: Share your ‘mom hero’ and win a spa day for two! ($500 value!)

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Moms come in many shapes and sizes. They’re foster moms, step-moms, adopted moms, grand-moms, teacher-moms and moms who look out for your child’s welfare. This Mother’s Day, we want to celebrate our Hero Moms. Do you have someone who has inspired you to be a better mother? Someone who is going through a lot of tough times but still gives her all? Someone making a difference in her home, school or community? We’re certainly not looking for the perfect mom (because none of us are) but we’d love to hear about it! We’ll share some of our favorite entries around Mother’s Day.  For the Grand Prize, we’ll send you BOTH to Allure Skincare and Lash, True Bliss Massage AND Rooted in Tradition Acupuncture.

The Prize

allureUltimate Facial
The one-hour Ultimate Facial includes a deep cleansing, customized mask with steam and a hand and arm massage, extractions, face and decollate massage, nourishing mask with a scalp massage, and moisturizers. Allure Skincare & Lash has relocated to a 3000 square-foot treatment oasis in a 1940s-era Victorian home. The new location at 420 Downing Street boasts more space and a lineup of new services in addition to the loyalist-winning skincare and lash services that Allure clients know and new product lines, from Glo Skincare to FarmHouse Fresh, as well as Rhonda Allison, Sanitas, Grande Lash & Brow, and Hydrafacial.
True Bliss Massage & Reiki
A ninety minute specialty massage based on your concerns and complete relaxation.
Rooted in Tradition Acupuncture
Acupuncture is a safe, natural and powerful way to treat the body, mind and spirit.  It is one of the oldest therapies known to the healing arts. It works as a holistic approach in boosting the body’s own fundamental healing response to once again establish homeostasis. Along with acupuncture, which includes the insertion of hair-thin, sterile needles into acupuncture points, I also use modalities such as cupping, moxabustion (heat therapy), tuina (bodywork), and nutritional counseling.  Treatments are always tailored to the needs of the individual patient and my goal is to educate and empower patients to take charge of their own health. Acupuncture should not be looked at as a quick fix, however you may experience symptom relief right away. The cumulative effect of regular treatment is the most powerful.

Contest Closed


Amber Johnson
Author: Amber Johnson

Amber is the founder and editor of Mile High Mamas, travel writer and former columnist for The Denver Post. She is a passionate community builder and loves the outdoors. She has two awesome teens and is happily married to a man obsessed with growing The Great Pumpkin.

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