Spa-ctacular event...

... for male lone soldiers

By RIVKAH LAMBERT ADLER
March 7, 2019 08:01
Spa-ctacular event...

YOGA INSTRUCTOR Karen Zivan guides a lone soldier through meditation.. (photo credit: ESTI ROSEN SNUKAL)

 
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Manicures, facials, massages, fresh fruit smoothies and an array of hot teas. Sounds like a great night out for women, right?

On January 31, the Jerusalem branch of The Lone Soldier Center In Memory of Michael Levin pampered 100 male lone soldiers with a spa night that offered three masseuses, a reflexologist, two hairstylists, two manicurists, a cranial masseuse, two yoga and meditation instructors, three facialists from Devorah’s Cosmetics, a chiropractor, a sax player, two guitarists, three bartenders and three smoothie chefs.

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