Linggo, Pebrero 28, 2016

FINESSA AESTHETICA - LIPO LASER TREATMENT

KATIPUNAN - WHITEPLAINS BRANCH
I'll be very honest here like everyone else, I was interested in losing some inches from here to there of my body which well have a lot of excess fats hehehe. But at the same time was afraid to undergo surgeries and anything that needs to cut and slice some parts of my body. 
Yes I can manage to do exercise from jogging there and running here and the most famous one Diet but indeed it is hard to reduce. Yet it isn't enough and we all know there is always ways and room for a better improvement.
When i heard that there will be an event at Finessa Aesthetica were Bloggers get to try their services well I got excited to try out their Lipo Laser, although I was somewhat kinda skeptical to try it.

Ela, the one who assisted me explained about the Lipo Laser procedure that it is designed for body contouring and fat reduction with the help of the heat from the machine. 
Why I love the Lipo Laser Treatment? Because to my surprise the treatment are not only pain free and non surgical, but at the same time very relaxing which i felt asleep during the procedure. And very importantly it works because as you can see from the before and after record i lost about 3 inches small number but hey that's already an achievement.....
Ok let me share a little background of how does it work based from my experience. Four electric blue lightning something being placed on my tummy which i believe is the one responsible for shaking and heating my fat cells without harming my skin. 
It took me almost an hour lying in bed while the Lipo Laser was working on my tummy fats... and yes i feel asleep and that means it is relaxing, I didn't even felt that it is sweating inside... So after the procedure Ela measured my tummy again to see what the results were. 
Here is a picture of the actual record that Ela wrote my measurements on before and after....
My judgement about the Lipo Laser Treatment well what would have taken me for a lot of sweats and stretching of exercise and dieting, I achieved in just an hour after experiencing the treatment. I would definitely be willing to have an additional treatments since of course the treatment is in session and I would also want my arms to have it lipo laser as well....
Overall, I would suggest and patronize the procedure to anyone who is having hard time losing weight no matter what how hard they exercise and do the diet way.

FINESSA AESTHETICA BRANCHES
TIMOG BRANCH
G/F Cedar Executive Bldg. II, 26 Timog Avenue, corner Scout Tobias, Quezon City
Tel. #: 376.76.51
CP #: 0977.203.53.77

KATIPUNAN - WHITEPLAINS BRANCH
#129 Katipunan Ave., St. Ignatius, Quezon City
Tel. #: 437.60.45
CP #: 0906.336.19.53

PARANAQUE - BF HOMES BRANCH
203B Pergola Mall, Aguirre E. Gaches & Gil Puyat St. BF Homes, San Donisio, Paranaque City
Tel. #: 886.50.77
CP #: 0977.486.46.20

SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS
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Twitter: @FinessaClinic
Email: finessaaestheticainc@yahoo.com

Jr.NBA and Jr.WNBA In Davao

Jr.NBA and Jr.WNBA 
Presented by Alaska search for best basketball players continues in Davao
The Jr.NBA and Jr.WNBA Presented by Alaska continues its search for the best basketball players in the country when it holds its second Regional Selection Camp at the Ateneo de Davao University (Grade School, High School at Matina Campus) on Feb. 27 and 28. 

Boys and girls may join the search for the ten best boy and five best girl basketball players who will become members of the Jr.NBA and Jr.WNBA All-Star team. There is also a search for the boys and girls coaches who will handle the two teams. 
The All-Star Team will travel overseas for their NBA experience trip together with fellow Jr. NBA All-Stars from Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam and Indonesia. The 2015 Jr. NBA All-Stars traveled to China to watch the NBA Global Games in Shenzhen featuring the Charlotte Hornets and the L.A. Clippers.

The Jr. NBA and Jr. WNBA Presented by Alaska is free and open to boys and girls ages 10 to 14 years old (born 2002 to 2006). Interested parties may register at the venue in Ateneo de Davao University or online through www.jrnba.asia/philippines.     
The Jr. NBA and Jr. WNBA Presented by Alaska is one of Alaska Milk’s programs that shape, train, challenge and inspire children to achieve their dreams and aspirations in life.
“These holistic programs train children to be confident, disciplined and hardworking because Alaska Milk Corporation aims to prepare them to be winners in life in the future. This year’s program includes new locations such as Batangas, Catanduanes and Cavite to reach more children and coaches and discover the best basketball players across the country,” said Blen Fernando, Marketing Director.
The 2011 National Nutrition Survey conducted by the Food and Nutrition Research Institute (FNRI) revealed that three out of ten children aged 5-10 years were underweight while eight out of one hundred children of the same age were overweight, making malnutrition and obesity two of the most pressing nutritional problems in the Philippines today.  
The Jr.NBA and Jr.WNBA presented by Alaska is under Alaska Milk’s Nutrition.Action.Champion program. It helps address the issue of overweight and undernourished Filipino children with the promotion of proper nutrition and active lifestyle through sports and outdoor play.

This year’s program started with the tip-off at Don Bosco Technical Institute Makati last Jan. 23. School clinics, that teach the fundamentals of basketball, will run until April with stops in Bukidnon, Butuan, Cagayan de Oro, Dagupan, Davao, Iloilo, Metro Manila and Puerto Princesa. New locations include Batangas, Catanduanes and Cavite.  
Other than Davao there will also be Regional Selection Camps in Cebu (March 5-6) and Metro Manila (April 9-10).  The top 50 boys and 24 girls from the Regional Selection Camps will advance to the final selection stage in the National Training Camp in Manila on April 22-24.

NBA and WNBA players or legends will attend the National Training Camp to help train and inspire the finalists. The program will culminate with the selection of ten Jr. NBA and five Jr. WNBA All-Stars.
More than 36,000 players and 2,700 coaches have participated in the program since it started in the Philippines in 2007. During the 2015-16 season, the Jr. NBA and Jr. WNBA program will reach more than 6.5 million youth in 32 countries.

The Jr. NBA and Jr. WNBA is the league’s global youth basketball participation program for boys and girls which teaches the fundamental skills as well as the core values of the game at the grassroots level in an effort to help grow and improve the youth basketball experience for players, coaches and parents.  

The RSC davao girls and boys who will be going to Manila for the Jr. NBA/WNBA Presented by Alaska National Training Camp:
RSC DAVAO

GIRLS
KATE BUENAVENTURA
14 years old
ALOHA MARIE BETANIO
12 yrs old
MARCILLA GRACE DELLOSA
13 yrs old
ROZIE AMATONG
11 yrs old
BOYS
TRYON LIMAR LANGALA
14 yrs old
ALFONSO CANDARI
13 yrs old
RYSAN VILLASENDA
13 yrs old
ANSCAR MAMAC
13 yrs old
LANCE CENTENO
13 yrs old
JACEN NEIL DELIGERO
12 years old
LOUISE ANDRE JORING 

For general information about Jr. NBA and Jr. WNBA Philippines presented by Alaska please visit www.jrnba.asia/philippines, www.alaskamilk.com , and  www.alaskapowercamp.com/basketball .  For live updates log on to www.playph.com follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @playph #jrnba #jrwnba.

Miyerkules, Pebrero 24, 2016

Jr.NBA and Jr.WNBA Presented by Alaska search for best basketball players’ starts in Baguio

The Jr.NBA and Jr.WNBA Presented by Alaska starts its search for the best basketball players in the country when it holds its first Regional Selection Camp at the Benguet State University, Baguio on Feb. 20 and 21. 
Boys and girls may join the search for the ten best boy and five best girl basketball players who will become members of the Jr.NBA and Jr.WNBA All-Star team. There is also a search for the boys and girls coaches who will handle the two teams. 
The All-Star Team will travel on an overseas for their NBA experience trip together with fellow Jr. NBA All-Stars from Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam and Indonesia. The 2015 Jr. NBA All-Stars traveled to China to watch the NBA Global Games in Shenzhen featuring the Charlotte Hornets and the L.A. Clippers.
The Jr. NBA and Jr. WNBA Presented by Alaska is free and open to boys and girls ages 10 to 14 years old (born 2002 to 2006). Interested parties may register at the venue in Benguet State University in Baguio or online through www.jrnba.asia/philippines.     
The Jr. NBA and Jr. WNBA Presented by Alaska is one of Alaska Milk’s programs that shape, train, challenge and inspire children to achieve their dreams and aspirations in life.
“These holistic programs train children to be confident, disciplined and hardworking because Alaska Milk Corporation aims to prepare them to be winners in life in the future. This year’s program includes new locations such as Batangas, Catanduanes and Cavite to reach more children and coaches and discover the best basketball players across the country,” said Blen Fernando, Marketing Director.  
The 2011 National Nutrition Survey conducted by the Food and Nutrition Research Institute (FNRI) revealed that three out of ten children aged 5-10 years were underweight while eight out of one hundred children of the same age were overweight, making malnutrition and obesity two of the most pressing nutritional problems in the Philippines today.  
The Jr.NBA and Jr.WNBA presented by Alaska is under Alaska Milk’s Nutrition.Action.Champion program. It helps address the issue of overweight and undernourished Filipino children with the promotion of proper nutrition and active lifestyle through sports and outdoor play.
This year’s program started with the tip-off at Don Bosco Technical Institute Makati last Jan. 23. School clinics, that teach the fundamentals of basketball, will run in April with stops in Bukidnon, Butuan, Cagayan de Oro, Dagupan, Davao, Iloilo, Metro Manila and Puerto Princesa. New locations include Batangas, Catanduanes and Cavite.  
Other than Baguio there will also be Regional Selection Camps in Davao (Feb. 27-28), Cebu (March 5-6) and Metro Manila (April 9-10).  The top 50 boys and 24 girls from the Regional Selection Camps will advance to the final selection stage in the National Training Camp in Manila on April 22-24.
NBA and WNBA players or legends will attend the National Training Camp to help train and inspire the finalists. The program will culminate with the selection of ten Jr. NBA and five Jr. WNBA All-Stars.
More than 36,000 players and 2,700 coaches have participated in the program since it started in the Philippines in 2007. During the 2015-16 season, the Jr. NBA and Jr. WNBA program will reach more than 6.5 million youth in 32 countries.
The Jr. NBA and Jr. WNBA is the league’s global youth basketball participation program for boys and girls which teaches the fundamental skills as well as the core values of the game at the grassroots level in an effort to help grow and improve the youth basketball experience for players, coaches and parents.  
For general information about Jr. NBA and Jr. WNBA Philippines presented by Alaska please visit www.jrnba.asia/philippines, www.alaskamilk.com, and   www.alaskapowercamp.com/basketball.  For live updates log on to www.playph.com follow us on FB, IG and Twitter @playph #jrnba #jrwnba.

Lunes, Pebrero 22, 2016

L'APERITIVO ITALIANO - ITALIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE IN THE PHILIPPINES

“L’APERITIVO ITALIANO”
ITALIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE IN THE PHILIPPINES 
March the 2nd, Seda Hotel, BGC, from 6pm to 10pm
The Italian Chamber's Aperitivo event returns
The Italian Chamber of Commerce in the Philippines acclaimed networking event is finally back for its first 2016 edition. Its previous four events in 2015 have been a great success attracting many celebrities, VIPs, embassy staff, numerous expats, local businessmen, food & wine lovers lovers and many people interested to network and mingle in a great atmosphere.  
The event is organised in collaboration with the Italian Embassy and the Dante Alighieri Institute and with the media support of Rogue Magazine, Travelife Magazine, ANC and the Philippine Star. Active sponsors and special supporters are the Wine Suppliers My wine and Itasia. All together proudly present the first “L’Aperitivo Italiano” of 2016 on March the 2nd, 2016, from 6pm to 10pm at Seda Hotel, 30th Street corner 11th avenue Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Metro Manila.
As one of the highlights of the event Chef Salvatore De Vincentis will introduce again the unique food specialties from Naples while the Italian wine suppliers will propose their great wines. In addition, get your swimming wear ready as for the first time ever, guests can soak and swim in Seda Hotel’s magnificent swimming pool from 6:00 – 8:00 PM. 
Historically, the word “Aperitivo” originates from the Latin verb Aprire which means 'to open' – while the  idea behind is about an alcoholic pre-dinner drink that opens (or stimulates) the appetite. The most common drinks during an Aperitivo are simply red and white wines from Italy, and various other drinks  and mixers like Prosecco, Spritz, Campari, Bellini and many others. 
Italians love having this pre-dinner drink accompanied with various antipasti, cold cuts like Parma ham, salami, sausages, parmesan, mixed cheese plates, mini pizzas (pizzette), Caprese salad other cold salads, preserved vegetables such as mini onions, bell peppers and other local delicacies. 
After a long working day, the Aperitivo is the best relief from a stressful day. Meeting up with friends, colleagues, neighbors and new people is a much more than a typical happy hour event. It is rather astylish way to enjoy good food and drinks in good company. Ultimately the Aperitivo is for many Filipinos and Expats a social lifestyle event with Italian gastronomic flair where guests have the privilege to enjoy the best Italian wines and tasty appetizers. Attending this exciting event may be a great opportunity to establish new connections with other guests.
The Italian Chamber of Commerce in the Philippines, with its various initiatives has definitely set a trend for the Manila business networking scene. Social events, trade missions, exhibitions, trainings and team building events together with various other services build the core of the new philosophy of this vibrant chamber. Its members are happy to be part of such a vibrant group which is rapidly expanding and conquering more and more businesses, entities and organizations. 

For more information about the event Contact:
Rachele Garbuglia
Marketing & Communication Manager
+639175638633 / 02-9780279
rachele.garbuglia@iccpi.org.ph
italianchamberofcommerce.ph@gmail.com

ALASKA TOURNAMENT FOR JR. NBA AND JR. WNBA COVERAGE AT BENGUET STATE UNIVERSITY, BAGUIO CITY

THE PARTICIPANTS AND COACHES OF ALASKA TOURNAMENT FOR 
JR. NBA & JR. WNBA COVERAGE AT BENGUET STATE UNIVERSITY, BAGUIO CITY

HOW FAR WILL YOU GO TO FOLLOW YOUR DREAM 
TO BECOME A BASKETBALL STAR
It was my first time to ever be part of Alaska Tournament for Jr. NBA and Jr. WNBA and my seeing the kids may it be boys or girls. Lets face it Basketball is not an easy game because it is full of challenges and determination it is not a sports for everyone. But during the audition i witnessed a lot of kids "Wanting" to be one of the lucky contestants to be part of it and did all the challenges i could ever imagine doing at their age.

Held February 20-21, 2016 at Benguet State University, Baguio City. The First Regional taken place in Baguio City one of four tip off other locations are Manila, Cebu and Davao.
When i first enter the venue i saw a lot of aspiring kids falling in line from different ages and different heights, dreaming and hoping to be one of the winner for their region both boys and girls.

I know that Basketball has always been a boy/man game thing but seeing girls wanting to be part of it is really an outstanding thing, and there are a lot of girls who fall in line did all the training and got the skills for the audition. One of the girls who i interviewed said "If boys can do so are we, we would like to prove as well that we can also play basketball and that girls can also excel in it...."

I had the opportunity to have a moment to interview one of the coaches Craig Brown (Jr. NBA Head Coach) for Alaska JRNBA and JRWNBA. 
As well as one of the legends in PBA, Jeff Cariaso (Alaska Power Camp Coach) for Alaska JRNBA and JRWNBA.

The Boys and Girls had different challenges that they went thru in order for the coaches to determine if they got the Star Quality to win for their Region. Few of the skills includes Dribbling, High Shot Shooting, Speed Layup, Passing, Agility Station and a lot more to mention....

HERE ARE THE VIDEOS WHICH SHOWS DIFFERENT CHALLENGES THAT THE BOYS AND GIRLS WENT THRU FROM THE AUDITION!

Going thru the auditions and or try outs is not an easy thing to do because Basketball must be taken seriously, you've got to be strong enough and full of strength and one of the best way to have those qualifications is by drinking ALASKA in your daily life because with Alaska Idol sa Energy para sa Bilis at Liksi it has 20+ essential nutrients.
Winning is everything is joining any contest but of course the most important thing along the process is gaining friends and experiences. I hope a lot of the aspiring contestants had gained knowledge on what to do next year once they joined the audition again and bring along their friends as well whoever they meet during the tournament.
As the saying goes No man is an island...  Indeed.

Here are the list of the kids who were chosen to push thru for the next round:
 Alaska Jr. WNBA Finalist
 Alaska Jr. NBA Finalist

And goes on the next day in which the finals will be chosen and selected but only those with "Star NBA Quality" will push thru.

HERE ARE SOME OF THE SCENES DURING THE 2ND DAY OF THE TOURNAMENT!


AND THE LUCKY BOYS AND GIRLS ARE:
 WINNERS FOR THE JR. NBA
SERGZ QUITALEG 
(14 years old) - St. Louis University
EMMANUEL JAMES MACARANAS 
(13 years old) - Bayambang National High School
JAN ZYRUS DE AYRE 
(14 years old) - Berkeley School
WRENCH MASON ROQUID 
(13 years old) - University of Perpetual Help System
RIC OZNER JOSHUA GATUZ 
(13 years old) - Cherished Moments School
VINCENT MABIWO 
(13 years old) - University of Cordilleras

WINNERS FOR THE JR. WNBA
TREENA AREOLA
(13 years old) - Berkeley School
RAE JEMIMA CABA
(13 years old) - St. Louis University
AND THE SUPER HAPPY AND PROUD PARENTS:
I must say i even witnessed some who are really in tears of joy.

PRACTICE MAKES EVERYTHING PERFECT so for the other kids who did not make it this year there will always be next year for them to try and try again. Do not give up your dreams if you didn't make it this year, you'll never know you might become the next Legends of Basketball.


Jr. NBA/Jr. WNBA 2016 Regional Selection Camp’s next stop will be Davao (February 27-28) followed by Cebu (March 5-6) and Manila (April 9-10). Qualified boys and girls who wish to join the selection camps may still register at www.jrnba.asia/philippines. The program is absolutely free. Fans can also follow Jr. NBA on Facebook at www.facebook.com/jrnbaphilippines. For all things NBA, also visit www.nba.com, like the NBA on Facebook at www.facebook.com/philsnba and follow www.twitter.com/nba_philippines on Twitter.

To learn more about the Alaska Milk Corporation, visit www.alaskamilk.com and www.playph.com.


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One of the best thing also during the Alaska Tournament is having THE GANG which includes Mommy Lariza, Ate Cie, Ate Lani (Sexy), Ate Lani (Kulot), Ate Leira (I mean you know), Nathalie (na iniwan ako sa session road kaya ako nadapa) hahaha and Binibining Allan hehehe.... And of course super Thankful to Ms. Vhimz (Super Cool) hehehe and Ms. Sasa and her sister as well as all the other staff who became a part of the Alaska Tournament... Pahabol pati sa Birthday Boy (Rumours Shot) hehehe.

We stayed in a beautiful (not scary) Supreme Hotel just near Benaguet State University and just perfect for a few rides to Strawberry Farm where we got the chance to have a few hours to buy some or should I say a lot (minsan lang eto eh) hehehe.

I know we are all different individuals with different attitudes and kaechusan sa buhay but it was yes it was surprising that we all colide with each other (echus).

Furthermore here are some of the photos with The Gang, i hope it will be forever remind the Gang about our experiences and being privileged to be part of the Alaska Tours. I miss the laughters and scary stories alogn the way (haist Ate Lani kulot hehehe).


WALA PARING TATALO SA ALASKA!