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    What are essential oils? Essential oils are the volatile liquids distilled from the plants (including their respective parts such as seeds, bark, leaves, stems, roots, flowers, fruit etc.)

    As the oils are absorbed into the bloodstream their active constituents trigger certain pharmacological effects, for instance pain relief, muscle relaxation, and reduced inflammation.

    I select each therapeutic-grade essential oil carefully depending on its medicinal properties. These are integrated into your massage through topical application.

     

    Essential oils have been used for thousands of years for cosmetic purposes, as well as for their spiritually and emotionally uplifting properties

    Inspire a positive emotional state

    Love the way the spritz of fragrance from a fresh orange peel can brighten your day? Each essential oil’s complex, pleasant, and unique scent activates the limbic system—the brain’s center of emotion and memory—differently. Essential oils can be your key to a more fulfilling and balanced emotional life.

    Enhance your physical wellness

    Modern lifestyles don’t always create optimal conditions for physical wellness. Poor diet, lack of exercise, and an overabundance of environmental toxins can leave the body unbalanced and diminish energy levels. From cleansing and weight management to supporting every system of the body, essential oils and essential oil-infused supplements can provide the targeted solutions you need to restore balance and feel your best.

    Create deep spiritual awareness

    Incense and essential oils from plants have always played an important part in religious and spiritual ceremonies, helping participants to transcend the trivial and connect with something larger than themselves. Research shows that the pure constituents in therapeutic grade oils stimulate olfactory receptors and activate regions in the brain’s limbic system associated with memory, emotion, and state of mind.