About me



Aimée Boglio was born and raised in the beautiful Island of Puerto Rico. She received her BA in Business Administration in 1990 and continued her education in Hotel Administration. At only 19 years old Aimee became a tour guide and worked in the Hospitality industry for corporations such as Embassy, Hyatt and Marriott and taught in various local colleges in Puerto Rico. After her ten-year career, Aimee decided it was time for a change so she began her new path as a Skin Care consultant and Body Worker.


Aimée moved to Naples in 2010 with her husband John and her dog Sasha. In Florida she has had the opportunity to be trained by many professionals in Aromatherapy, Wellness, Nutrition, Watsu, Neuro Linguistic Programing (NLP), Reiki and one of her favorites things to do is coach people through Hypnosis. Today, Aimée owns All Senses Spa where she coaches and is available Public Speaking presentations for Wellness and Alternative Health.


Aimée has been invited to appear in the local Hispanic TV program “D’latinos al Día” where she had been interviewed numerous times. She is a columnist for “Vista Semanal” of Naples Daily News under the title of “Vida Orgánica” (Organic Life) where she writes tips on how to live a healthier life. Her most recent accomplishment was traveling to Suzhou and Shanghai China to offer Aromatherapy classes in multiple Spas and Wellness locations.


Aimée, like her mother Alba, believes that education is the key to expanding our lives. "We must keep learning until we died". Having the courage to live our lives with purpose and mission is to help others. She takes that from her father Rafael Boglio. Aimée's passion for nature, animals, and our environment had made her be a volunteer for many organizations in particular Sokka Gakkai International where she is an active member since 2007. The focus of SGI is Education, Culture, and Peace.


Some of her favorite quotes are:

“It is much more valuable to look for the strength in others. You can gain nothing by criticizing their imperfections.”

― Daisaku Ikeda

Physicians are many in title but very few in reality.

— Hippocrates

I cannot teach anybody anything, I can only make them think

— Socrates






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