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Healthy treats, merry gifts from ‘Pasko sa Sonya’s’

/ 04:33 PM November 18, 2021
Sonya’s Garden

Healthy eats await at Sonya’s Garden.

COVID-19 restrictions are now being eased and Filipinos, young and old, have been emerging from their homes with much relief and delight. After all, it hasn’t been easy being cooped up within our homes for most of the past 20 months.

This newfound freedom to move around, however, does not mean we should be complacent. Aside from getting vaccinated and observing health protocols such as keeping our face masks on and physical distancing, we need to more importantly boost our immune system as this gives us stronger defense against any virus. All the more has wellness become everyone’s priority today amid this pandemic.

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So why not give the gift of wellness this holiday season? Everyone’s favorite bed and breakfast, Sonya’s Garden, invites you to celebrate “Pasko sa Sonya’s” with its holiday gift guide so you can give the best healthy and merry gifts for your loved ones.

Greens and blooms

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Your momma has become quite the plantita and is always on the lookout for new additions to her growing garden. Not only has tending to plants helped in reducing her anxiety and worry caused by the pandemic, she says it gives her good exercise as well. Surprise her with an assortment of new blooms, herbs and even fruit-bearing plants grown right from Sonya’s Garden. There’s stevia, Italian oregano, tarragon, calamansi tree, oxalis and bloodleaf, just to name a few.

Relaxing massage

Sonya’s Garden’s Spa

Indulge in a day of relaxation at Sonya’s Garden’s Spa.

It has been a stressful year, without a doubt. Treat your dad to a day of relaxation and book him a massage at Sonya’s Garden’s Spa. Minimizing stress boosts the body’s immune system so a day at the spa would surely be an excellent Christmas present for your pop.

Healthy eats

You may always bicker but at the end of the day, it’s always you and your siblings who understand and look out for each other. Treat them to lunch at Sonya’s Garden’s al fresco restaurant and take this chance to bond and catch up.

Personal care

They are your sisters and brothers from another mother. You and your friends are proof that you don’t have to be blood-related to have a bond that would stand the test of time (and pandemics). Gift them with organic skin and hair care products from Sonya’s Garden Botanicals. You can take your pick from all-natural bath soaps, shampoo bars and a number of other personal care essentials.

Bottled delicacies

Sonya’s Jolly Season Baskets

Sonya’s Jolly Season Baskets are teeming with everyone’s favorite goodies

Give your loved ones their favorite bottled delicacies from Sonya’s Garden. There’s Sinantolan, Anchovies in Olive Oil, Chipirones (Adobong Pusit in Olive Oil) and Tendon Callos in Olive Oil. If you’re feeling more lavish, Sonya’s Jolly Season Baskets are teeming with everyone’s favorite goodies. There are various packages you can choose from whether it’s freshly baked bread, fresh fruits and fruit jams that you want to give as gifts or homemade pasta sauces, Sonya’s Super Secret Dressing or even Sonya’s Botanicals.

For product inquiries or to order, contact (0917) 532-9097 or (0917) 533-5140. You may also send a message via its Facebook page @sonyasgardentagaytay

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