Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Wellness Wednesday

Massage, the best remedy for stress

Massage is an excellent method to improve lymph movement and blood flow. In turn, a massage aids in getting cellular waste products and accumulated toxins out of tissues, into the bloodstream, and to the kidneys where they are eliminated from the body.

In the same way that a massage is good for repairing the body, a massage administered without the correct technique can cause injury. Consequently, only physiotherapists and people with academic and practical training have the necessary knowledge of human anatomy, specifically musculoskeletal functions,  to provide a beneficial massage.

A professional massage is based on the application of different manual techniques where layers of the skin and underlying tissues are kneaded and pressed with a specific rhythm and intensity according to the intended effect.


-Alleviate low-back pain and improve range of motion.
-Enhance immunity by stimulating lymph flow, the body´s natural defense system.
-Help athletes of any level prepare for, and recover from, strenuous workouts.
-Improve skin condition.
-Promote tissue regeneration and reduce scar tissue and stretch marks.
-Release endorphins, the amino-acids that work as the body´s natural painkiller.
-Reduce muscle spasms and cramping.
-Lessen depression and anxiety.
-Relieve migraine pain.

Massages are a pleasure for the senses and are used to treat and relieve numerous diseases and pain.

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Thursday, April 10, 2014

Solmar Foundation Joins Forces with The International Community Foundation to Offer Tax Benefits to U.S. Donors

 Los Cabos, Mexico (April 10, 2014)- Solmar Hotels & Resorts, a collection of five resorts located in the popular tourism destination of Cabo San Lucas, announced today their charitable arm, the Solmar Foundation, has joined forces with the International Community Foundation to establish the Solmar Foundation Fund. 

Founded in 2011, the Solmar Foundation was established by the son of the late Don Luis Bulnes Molleda, founder of Solmar Hotels & Resorts, in an effort to help those in need throughout the surrounding Los Cabos community, just as his father had for decades prior. Since the foundation was established, hotel guests have had the opportunity to give an optional donation to the foundation at check-out, as well as take part in a "Helping Hands Tour" which includes helping serve breakfast at a local shelter, playing with kids at a nearby orphanage and bringing smiles to the faces of senior citizens at a nearby nursing home

"This is great news for the Solmar Foundation and the resort group as a whole", said Ricardo Orozco, Managing Director of Solmar Hotels & Resorts. "We take corporate social responsibility very seriously and this latest development will enhance our efforts to provide ongoing support to those in need within our local community, thanks to our loyal guests."

Solmar's alliance with the International Community Foundation now provides donors all of the traditional advantages associated with a public charity including U.S. tax benefits and the opportunity to have one's charitable wishes followed after their lifetime.
For more information on the Solmar Foundation please click here

To make a tax deductable contribution to the Solmar Foundation Fund, please click here. 

About the International Community Foundation: 
The International Community Foundation is a public charity founded in 1990 with a mission to expand the level of charitable giving internationally by U.S. donors with an emphasis on Mexico and Central America.   For more information regarding the International Community Foundation, visit

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Delicious drinks for special days!

Cocktails recipes for those weekends when you stay at home wishing to be in Cabo San Lucas

Better than expected


2 Oz. tequila Don Julio Blanco

1 Oz. lime juice
1 Oz. pineapple juice
40 Grs. cucumber
4 Grs. clices of serrano pepper
1 whole serrano pepper for decoration
2 leafs of mint
2 sugar teaspoon

1. Place 2 slices of serrano pepper and 2 sugar teaspoons into the shaker 
2. Squeeze the juice from one lime and 2 mint leafs into shaker 
3. Use a muddler to mash in the bottom of the shaker 
4. Add tequila, pineapple juice, lime juice and shake with about a half full of crushed ice
5. Pour into an old fashion glass with sugar on the ring and garnish with whole serrano chile.

Whale Tail Drink
Ice cubes
3 Oz. vodka
1 Oz. curazao
1 Oz. lime juice
5 Oz. pineapple juice

1. Fill the glass with ice 
2. Add vodka, pineapple juice and lime juice (in this order) 
3. Mix it
4. Pour curazao, do not mix to keep the color

Dirty Monkey

1 Oz coconut cream 
1 Oz evaporated milk 
1.5 Oz banana syrup 
 5 Oz coffee liqueur 
1.5 vodka ice 
0.5 Oz chocolate (Just for decoration) 

1. Mix all the ingredients in a blender 
2. Drizzle the chocolate into the glass 
3. Pour the mix into the glass

Margarita Jumbo

4 oz tequila
3 oz orange liqueur
2 oz dash of lemon or lime juice
1 1/2 oz natural syrup
Lime wedge for garnish
Salt or sugar to rim the glass (optional)

1. Pour the ingredients into a cocktail shaker with ice cubes
2. Shake well
3. If desired, salt the rim of a chilled margarita glass
4. Pour contents, with ice, into the glass
5. Garnish with the lime wedge.