When the body needs relaxation after a long week, the mind might crave a weekend at the spa.
But yoga expert Rachelle Paquette says your home has everything you need if you seek R&R.
Rather than blowing your cash on facials and hot-stone massages, Paquette suggests investing in epsom salts to sooth muscle pain.
"It's high in magnesium which is known to help calm a stressed-out nervous system and acts as a natural muscle relaxant," she says.
She also suggests kicking it up a notch by adding essential oils or bubbles for those particularly stressful moments.
For more on how to turn your home into an oasis of zen, check out the video above. How do you relax at home? Let us know in the comments below.
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