Rest and relaxation comes up with free childcare for exhausted parents Spa Le La in Los Angeles.
The decision to offer free childcare for up to two hours was the brainchild of owner Trina Renea, an old facial practitioner and spa owner who wanted to put an end to people who complain that she didn't have & # 39; I time & # 39; without having to hire a babysitter.
Its location in Studio City is a retreat for mothers and fathers who can enjoy a facial, massage or even a 25-minute nap; Trust in the knowledge that their little ones are cared for by qualified nannies.
A spa for parents: mother and beautician Trina Renea founded Spa Le La in the photo to offer services for parents while their children are being looked after
Games room: the spa in Studio City, Los Angeles, features a soundproof and safe area where children are cared for by qualified nannies
Founder Trina told Good morning America that she had operated The Facial Bungalow in LA for years until she had a baby in 2010.
& # 39; I was immersed in the baby world. & # 39; she told GMA. & # 39; When I told people I was a beautician, they would say, "Oh, I'd like to get a facial, but I can't because of the baby." I kept hearing that. & # 39;
These discussions led to the establishment of Spa Le La, where parents can leave children from six months to nine years old in the soundproofed daycare with glass walls.
Play time: Children can stay in the room for up to two hours while their parents relax during their treatments
Mom: Trina, left, came up with the idea when she had her own baby in 2010
Trina explained that childcare is free for one child while their parents are in the spa, and that each additional child costs $ 6.
Serene: The light and airy spa offers childcare free of charge
While treatments, including a recovering massage, reiki and craniosacral therapy, usually last up to 90 minutes, there is also a free & # 39; lounge time & # 39; 30 minutes for parents to chill with the knowledge that their child is being cared for.
Children can be in the playroom for up to two hours.
And if a massage, facial or hair removal is not what you need, the spa also offers a menu with & # 39; Retreat & # 39; items for less than $ 30, such as a relaxing, peaceful bath, a session in the infrared sauna or a continuous nap.
Trina added that mothers and fathers get a buzzer to take with them in case they need to care for their child, but she added that it is rarely used.
Spa Le La explains on their website that their playroom is open from & # 39; early in the morning until & # 39; late at night and that the nannies who run the room are Trustline certified and trained in CPR.
Everyone is welcome: the nanny takes care of children from six months to nine years old and even helps school children with their homework
Lessons: little ones can participate in lessons such as & # 39; Baby Beethoven & # 39; and & # 39; Baby Picasso & # 39;
Useful: Trina said mothers are coming out of the spa with & # 39; tears in their eyes & # 39; because they are so happy that they have had some time for themselves
There are also lessons during the day including & # 39; Baby Beethoven & # 39 ;, & # 39; Baby Picasso & # 39; and & # 39; Baby Yoga & # 39 ;.
& # 39; Come to school after school and let your child work on a fun art project or homework help. The goal of our children's classes is to provide a fun, interactive and safe environment for your child, so that you can concentrate on relaxing, & the website said.
Trina said that mothers often come with tears in their eyes. They are overwhelmed that this exists. & # 39;
She continued: & # 39; The spa is designed to get away in the middle of the day. It is for the mother staying at home who is about to break. Instead of coffee or the park, come to Spa Le La once or twice a week. & # 39;
Available: the spa offers many toys to keep children busy, on the left, and also has educational toys for sale, on the right
Stretching: Spa Le La also offers baby yoga classes to keep children busy while their parents pamper themselves
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