Monday, February 25, 2018 from 7:00 PM to 9:00PM (CST)
Essential Oils have been a part of many cultures’ medicine chests for thousands of years – the Egyptians and the Early Christians among them. Modern ‘aromatherapy’ was formally introduced by French chemist Rene Maurice Gattefosse in 1937, but recently it has seen a rebirth in the U.S. as more people are finding the benefits of using essential oils instead of artificial fragrances in their home and on their bodies.
Essential Oils can be a soothing component of a balanced lifestyle to reduce stress and bring a centered calmness to our daily experience. The subtle energy of essential oils invokes in us a sense of wholeness and healing of our body, mind and spirit. Self care is an important aspect to maintain spiritual, emotional and physical wellbeing. This workshop will focus on the use of essential oils for women, to nurture ourselves as we balance our multiple roles and responsibilities. Therese will lead us in exploring the characteristics of a variety of oils and ways to integrate them into daily life.
$25 • Registration required by noon, February 25
Facilitated by Therese Yonikus