Join us this Spring for therapeutic yoga classes that will support your holistic health! Our slow flow practice will create greater strength, flexibility, and energy circulation in your body. We’ll also incorporate meditation to help you deepen your experience of Yoga & wholeness. Integration of aromatherapy with our practice, will aid you on all levels, boosting your health during this vibrant season.
Are you caught up in fear as we deal with Coronavirus and social distancing? Or is something else threatening your body, heart, or mind? This meditative, grounding yoga practice will make you feel secure, adaptable, and powerful as we focus on the root chakra (Muladhara), sacral chakra (Svadhisthana), and solar plexus chakra (Manipura) respectively.
Chakra is a Sanskrit word meaning “wheel”. It refers to a physical space in the body that also forms an energetic bridge to our emotional development. Working with the chakras is a great therapeutic tool to confront your challenges whether it be with your physical or emotional health. There’s seven chakras in the body. In this yoga sequence, we’ll focus on the lower three. They address fear of physical illness, difficulty adapting to change, and feeling helpless. If you practice it mindfully, this sequence will help you enjoy your life more, regardless of what’s happening around you.
Another supportive tool is my Stress-Relieving Acupressure Guide that you can download for free. It will help you relieve tension and experience better sleep at night!
Meditative Yoga for Grounding and Peace
- 2 blocks
- a blanket or cushion to sit on
- yoga mat
This class is for all levels, and I offer modifications. You may want to skim the video first to know what to expect. It’s best to practice on an empty stomach, waiting at least one hour after eating.
I hope you enjoyed this grounding meditative yoga practice! How are you feeling? Please let me know in the comments! I would also love your help getting this out to people who really need it, so please share with your friends.
The Coronavirus Pandemic and the social distancing required to slow the spread, forced schools to close, leaving parents to care for their kids at home for an uncertain amount of time whether they want to or not. Are you one of these moms? I know that you’re probably feeling fear from both the viral threat and for homeschooling your child for the first time. Trust me though, as a homeschooling parent of fours years, I know you can do this! Here’s my 5 tips on how to stay sane homeschooling amid the Coronavirus Pandemic. This homeschooling mom encouragement will boost both your immunity and self confidence!
Before you read my tips or watch me talk about them in the video below, you may want to get my free stress-relieving acupressure guide which will help both you and your child with this transition! These six acupressure points not only relieve tension and stress, but will help you all sleep better at night which in turn will keep your immunity strong!
5 Tips for Dealing With Your Fears – Homeschooling Mom Encouragement Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic
Focus On Self-care and Wellness as a New Homeschool Mom
You’re going to have more time, so it’s best to place your energy where it counts the most! Self-care should be your main focus and will help you better serve your family, as well as bolster your body from infection.
This virus, as is the case with other viruses, is opportunistic. It can only infect you if you are weak. Support your health and your family’s by:
- Prioritizing better sleep – It’s still a good idea to have an early bedtime. But now that you’re homeschooling, let the family sleep in!
- Establishing a relaxed schedule – There’s no need to rush your transitions, which can create stress and diminish immunity.
- Creating alone time – Being home with your kids can be intense. Make sure you still have some alone time, even if it means giving your child a screen to entertain them. Your emotional health is very important right now.
- Adopting a home yoga practice – Yoga can support your health on all levels. Try this yoga class video that will help you relieve tension as you wake in the morning and help you start the day with ease!
- Supplementing vitamins and minerals – You should be getting healthy doses of Vitamin A, Vitamin C, and Vitamin D in your diet (and ideally Vitamin D from the sun), but chances are you won’t be getting enough from your food, even if you’re eating whole, organic foods. Find some supplements you like, or try my recommendations here.
- Feeding your gut beneficial bacteria – Gut health is the basis of your immunity. Read about it’s importance, how it’s damaged and how it’s supported here. Basically, you’ll want to be eating more fermented foods and supplementing with probiotics, but it’s also important to avoid stress, sugar, and pharmaceutical drugs which all diminish your gut health!
This wellness kit comes with the vitamins I use as well as digestive enzymes, probiotics, tension-relieving lotion, and mood enhancing essential oils that will support everyone’s body, mood, and mental focus!
Tend To Your Home and Family as you Homeschool
I know it’s hard to stay home, especially this time of year! It was easy in Winter when the energy was low and was a natural time to rest and reflect. But in Spring, it’s natural to be more active and energetic. You will simply have to channel that energy into tending your family and your home.
Here’s some ideas:
- Make all of your meals – Avoid processed food and start making healthy meals with whole foods, if you’re not doing so already. Ask your kids to help you so you get support and they can learn important life skills. Not sure how to get your kids to eat whole foods? Check out my article Practical Dietary Advice for Happy and Healthy Kids.
- Establish a green cleaning routine – Switch out your toxic household products and clean with natural, essential oil based cleansers instead. Have complete control over the ingredients by using DIY recipes. (We’ll focus on Green Cleaning in April – in the meantime ask me if you need any suggestions or recipes).
- Organize your pantries
- Clean out your refrigerators
- Wash your walls & windows
- Clean your oven
- Work in your garden or establish one
- Hike in open, outside places with your family since fresh air and sunshine are important for general health
Notice that most of these suggestions circle back to self-care?
Educate Yourself As You Educate Your Child
If you’ve never homeschooled your child, it’s the perfect time to learn how! Believe me, you can do this. Just remember not to get caught in a common new homeschool mom trap of trying to re-create the school environment at home.
Your relationship is much different than the one your kids had with their teacher. They have your love. Be lighthearted in your approach, relax and trust that they are learning, even when you’re doing fun stuff like cooking and cleaning together!
There are tons of homeschool resources that you can Google. For online courses, I suggest looking into Outschool.com. For math, we love Prodigygame.com and also use Singapore Math workbooks. We do science kits from melscience.com. The rest is very personal for my family. My son reads alone for a portion of the day, but we also read to him classical child history books and fun fiction. For writing, he does copy work from the novels he’s reading or he journals.
You will need to figure out what works for your family. This is part of the learning process and it can be a really fun discovery! Or see if you can just follow the same curriculum your school was using if your child does well with it.
This can also be a great time for YOU to learn new skills that you can be refining while your kids are doing their studies. Take online classes yourself. Maybe you can explore ways to earn income online. I love working from home! I can still explore my passion of connecting families with natural health resources and helping them be healers in their own home. It’s possible for me to do this while staying home with my son and contributing to my family’s income. If you want to learn more about my business and becoming one of my partners, read on here.
Change Your Mindset – Embrace Being a Homeschool Mom!
Again, you can do this! Homeschool moms need more encouragement in the beginning. Much of your confidence is going to come with time as you see your family thrive with more relaxed learning and lifestyle habits. But it’s also extremely important that you change your attitude and mindset too.
Remember what you’re trying to create for your family. If you remain reluctant to homeschool and complain all the time to your friends, then this will be a miserable experience for you. One of the many positive aspects of social distancing with the Coronavirus pandemic is that you can heal your relationship with your family as you spend time together.
My son was in public school until halfway through Kindergarten when he begged to be pulled out. I was already aware that he was having emotional problems and would do anything to protect him. The dynamic was completely different when we started hanging out with homeschool families vs. when I would hang out with the public school moms.
The biggest difference I’ve noticed in our homeschool groups: we, parents, love hanging out with our kids. We don’t complain about our kids. We understand that this is a privilege to teach them and shape their lives based on family love & values. My love for my son is what fuels my confidence. Each day he grows I feel validated that we’re making the right choice for him. It’s that positive mindset shift that makes our homeschool journey a success.
Adopt A Gratitude Practice – Everything Has a Silver Lining
Adopting a gratitude practice with also help you with the mindset shift I suggest above. Everyday upon waking, I recommend sitting up in bed and thinking about the things you’re grateful for in your life. Be grateful for everything and everyone who supports you. You can do this meditation too anytime you’re feeling that you’re caught in negativity or fear.
Try not to get caught up in the fear of the Coronavirus pandemic. If you’re taking necessary distancing precautions and boosting your health with the guidelines I shared above, chances are you will remain healthy or will recover quickly. I also hope that this confidence in taking care of yourself and family spills over into your role as a homeschooling mom. Wellness practices and homeschooling are complementary skills!
If you enjoyed this post, share this homeschooling mom encouragement with your friends! And let me know if you have any questions in the comments below. Stay well!
Asthma is on the rise in this country for many reasons. Chances are, you or a close family member is suffering from this chronic disease right now or will be soon. I’m sharing with you today, 10 acupressure points for asthma which can be used as a long-term, natural approach to managing asthma attacks and help support your respiratory health.
An alternative approach to asthma is needed, since unfortunately, steroid medications used to control attacks suppress the immune system. This means that asthmatics are more likely to come down with colds and other infections, which then aggravates their asthma. So they’re stuck in a cycle of sickness with medications that are actually making them sicker. In integrative approach to care is needed so one doesn’t have to be as dependent on steroids and can get ahead of their illness to improve health.
I’ve already written about how Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) can be one of the best integrative approaches for treating asthma. TCM is great for kids too! Asthma sufferers have reported that TCM treatments result in:
- Symptom relief – deeper breathing, less wheezing, greater physical endurance
- A decrease in asthma attacks
- Less dependence on medications
I highly recommend working with a TCM practitioner who can give you personalized treatments and advice. They will still ask that you do your part to treat yourself at home. This acupressure protocol can be one of your best tools!
Before you learn these 10 acupressure points for asthma, you may also want to grab my acupressure guide for stress. You can download it here for FREE.
In the stress relieving acupressure guide I share 6 other acupressure points that can help you relieve tension and help you sleep at night, which everyone needs!
Acupressure Points for Asthma
I am not a medical doctor and this is not medical advice. It is advice meant to empower you to care for yourself and your family at home just like our ancestors used to. It will also build your confidence to talk with your medical provider about weaning off medications when you become healthier with acupressure and natural medicine.
You don’t need anything special for acupressure – just clean hands. If you’d like, you can enhance the effects of acupressure by using therapeutic grade essential oils topically on the points as you press. For asthma, I suggest using Frankincense (boosts cellular health), doTERRA Breathe blend (opens & relaxes airways), and/or Lavender (anti-inflammatory).
Press each point for 30-90 seconds, depending on the age of the person you’re working on (hold longer, the older the patient). You can also round rub each point, instead of holding your fingers still. See the video above for the best demonstration.
Lung 1 & 2
Kidney 23 & 25
Urinary Bladder 13 (Lung point)
Urinary Bladder 23 (Kidney point)
I’m eager to hear how you did with acupressure! It may take some time to notice a difference, and you shouldn’t expect your asthma to completely disappear. First, you’ll notice you’re getting sick less. Then you’ll have less asthma attacks, wheezing, and chest tightness. Again, this is a long-term solution – wellness is something we need to be working on everyday!
Want to up-level your baths for relaxation? Want to give your kids detox baths that are fun? You can customize this basic essential oil bath bombs recipe to achieve the desired effect. Use these natural DIY bath bombs at home or as gifts for friends who appreciate natural living!
Sure, you could pick up some bath bombs at the drug store. But it’s hard to find natural ingredients which are necessary if you’re wanting them to be health-promoting.
The price of store-bought bath bombs can really increase your grocery bill too. Trust me, I know, since my son always begs for them when we go to Whole Foods!
DIY bath bombs are a much better option since you can control all of that and also customize the desired therapeutic effect with high quality essential oils. Read on to learn how to make them, or see how my son and I do it in the video below.
You may also want to incorporate acupressure into your bath routine for yourself or your child! Pick up my Stress Relieving Acupressure Guide for FREE by clicking the button below.
Essential Oil Bath Bomb Tutorial
First, you’ll need to get all your supplies and ingredients ready. This can get pretty messy, so also make sure you have a clear space free of clutter.
Next, measure out the dry ingredients in a medium bowl. Whisk well to break up any lumps.
Mix liquids together. You’ll need to be very precise with the amount of water since it can activate the citric acid and affect the way the bombs keep their shape! (Since making the video, I’ve learned that rubbing alcohol is a better option since it won’t activate the citric acid. It may also help the bombs dry quicker.)
Let me know if you’d like suggestions of which essential oil combinations to use for your bath bomb recipe!
You’ll add the wet ingredients to the dry slowly as you continuously stir, until the mixture resembles wet sand. Then pack gently into each side of the bomb molds with some of the mixture bulging outward. Press together and leave in the mold for one minute.
Tap the mold on every side and gently twist to release the bath bomb. Let the bombs sit out (I put them on parchment paper) for 24 hours to dry. Or you can speed up the process by putting them in a dehydrator.
Simply drop them gently into the tub when you’re ready to use them! My bombs didn’t have a lot of fizz, but I loved how they disbursed the oils in the tub. This is a very moisturizing mixture that left my skin feeling super soft!
I would love to hear how the recipe worked out for you. Please leave a comment below with any questions! Enjoy…Essential Oil Bath Bomb DIY Recipe:
Essential Oil Bath Bombs
- 1 cup Baking soda
- ½ cup Citric acid
- ½ cup Cornstarch or arrowroot, tapioca, other starch
- ½ cup Epsom salt
- 2 ¼ teaspoon Water or substitute with rubbing alcohol to dry bombs quicker and remove risk of activating the acid
- 2 ½ Tablespoon Almond oil
- 10-20 drops Therapeutic-grade essential oils I recommend dōTERRA
- Natural Food Coloring
- Whisk dry ingredients together in a medium size bowl.
- Combine the wet ingredients in a small bowl.
- Slowly pour the liquids into the dry ingredients while stirring continuously so the citric acid isn't activated.
- Pack lightly into each half of a bath bom with them slightly overflowing. Press together and let sit in mold for 1 minute.
- Gently tap around mold, then twist to relase the bath bomb. Let sit for 24 hours to dry completely before using in the bathtub.
Try this guided meditation for stress relief whenever you’re feeling overwhelmed with stress, anxiety, and the demands in your life. Stress arises when we’re feeling disconnected from ourselves. Relief always comes from reconnecting to your body, heart, and mind. The best way to release tension and overwhelm is through meditation.
Anyone can do this meditation, even beginners! All it takes is a willingness to dive deep into the practice so you can fully access your healing capacity. That’s all that’s required to learn how to meditate for stress relief. However, it is helpful to prepare with this breathing practice first to help remove distractions and focus the mind on the body and your intention.
You may also want to download my FREE Stress Relieving Acupressure Guide below, which will help release physical tension and promote better sleep. You’ll love it! Click below to get it.
Guided Meditation for Stress Relief and Security
How to Meditate for Stress Relief
Consciously Relax Into the Present Moment
Come into a comfortable seated position. This can be any version of a cross-legged pose, sitting in Vajrasana on the feet or in Virasana in between them. Of course you can also sit in a chair, just make sure your feet are firmly on the ground.
Close your eyes and align your spine evenly over your seat. Feel that the center of the chest is right over the center of the hips. Feel that the center of the head is right over the center of the chest.
Take several slow, deep, even breaths. With the first few breaths, exhale out through the mouth with a sigh to consciously release any stress and tension. Feel this release in the body, the heart, and the mind. Let go of anything that is feeling heavy. Tension in the body dissolves as you scan the body from the head down. You’re also letting go of any demands and obligations that are weighing on the mind and heart.
Turn your mind inward, watching the smooth flow of each breath. Feel the ease and spaciousness in every level of your being in the present moment.
Stress Relief by Creating a Safe Energetic Boundary
Create an imaginary boundary a few feet around you. Use materials that would feel or look inviting (eg. silk, warm wool, vibrant colored light, or even sound waves). This boundary is containing your energy so you’re not engaging too much with anything on the outside. It’s also protecting you from outside influences.
Fill your energetic space/tent/cocoon with anything you love that is beautiful and creates happiness (eg. animals, plants, art, crystals, etc.). Leave people out of your space since even your most loving friends and family can sometimes cause distress. Continue filling your space around you, with your creative mind, until you feel a change inside. You should actually feel more safe, secure, happy, and loved.
As you tap into these feelings, imagine that you’re absorbing this love and comfort into every cell of your body. It penetrates into the skin and all the organs. If you used light and sound for your energetic cocoon, you can imagine them penetrating inside too. Feel that you’re less solid, less rigid with stress as you release tension. You’re becoming more fluid and spacious.
With your awareness and these positive feelings that this healing space is creating, you’re releasing whatever is making you feel bound and overwhelmed in your body.
Search for a shift in your emotional tone as you feel emotions venting. Hopefully you’ll be feeling more neutral and less identified with any unsettling emotions that were previously there.
In your mind, see that you’re fully living in this freed up body, in this safe, comfortable space. You created this space and can create it at any time!
Stay Free of Tension and Overwhelm with Mindful Awareness
You can choose to leave this self-made cocoon around yourself with a balance of inner and outer awareness. You’ll be able to distinguish much easier now, what is happening in you and around you. And you’ll be able to make clear energetic boundaries so you’re more conscious of what to bring in and engage with from the outside world.
If you’re choosing to let this boundary dissolve, remember that you can return to it anytime throughout the day.
Let your senses start to widen, becoming more aware of what you’re hearing, feeling, tasting, and smelling. Finally, let your eyes open. Before you leave this space, perhaps you can make an intention to remain mindful of your inner landscape as you move through the rest of your day.
With this guided meditation for stress relief, I hope you can now see that you have some control over how stress affects you. And hopefully you’re feeling more at ease, filled with love, and ready to move on with your day without it feeling overwhelming. Please let me know how it worked out for you, in the comments!
Having a nourishing morning routine is a great first step to developing healthy habits. In this post and video, I’ll be teaching you all about oil pulling, an Ayurvedic practice that is known for improving your oral health. But it has even broader benefits for whole body health, if you do it regularly. Learn about the benefits of oil pulling and how to do it here!
All this month I’ve been sharing my morning rituals with you, including a helpful meditative yoga practice and a pranayama breathing technique. Oil pulling is another useful practice you can add to the morning that is easy to do and only takes 10-20 minutes (and can be done while you’re multitasking with something else!). Seriously, there is nothing to lose and only health to gain, so I hope you’ll give it a try!
If you’d like to sandwich your day with self-care, consider downloading my FREE Self-Acupuncture guide too. These 6 acupressure points will help you manage your stress and relieve any tension in the body in just 10 minutes. It’s fabulous to do before bed! Get it here:
What are the Benefits of Oil Pulling?
Oil pulling is a panchakarma, one of the Ayurvedic cleansing techniques that is quite popular here in the U.S. because of its oral health benefits.
People have found that swishing their mouths with sesame and/or coconut oil reduces gum inflammation, bad breath, and helps to whiten teeth. This is because the oils help to manage the populations of plaque-forming bacteria in the mouth.
There’s even broader benefits than just supporting healthier tissue in the mouth. Streptococcus mutans, the main bacteria that causes problems in the mouth, can also cause plaque in the arteries, heart, lungs, brain, and can affect blood sugar metabolism. These problems start in the mouth with S. mutans getting into the bloodstream as the gums bleed from infection. So when you’re oil pulling, you’re preventing the spread of this bacteria through the body.
Oil pulling is also a better choice at cleaning the mouth than using conventional mouthwash. Most mouthwashes contain alcohol which kills ALL bacteria in the mouth, even the good bacteria. We need beneficial bacteria to protect our gut lining! These bacteria help form a solid defense against other microorganisms and are the major part of our immune system.
Coconut oil, sesame oil, as well as several essential oils, have a chelating effect in the body. They bind to and pull out fat-soluble toxins like heavy metals & pesticides that accumulate in our body. Therefore, oil pulling can be an important detoxifying protocol that we could all find very useful since our environment is becoming increasingly toxic.
How to Oil Pull with Coconut, Sesame, and Essential Oils
Let’s teach you how to oil pull!
- 1 T Coconut or sesame seed oil (1/2 T of each if combining)
- 1-3 drops dōTERRA therapeutic grade essential oils (I recommend Spearmint, Celery Seed, On Guard, or Turmeric)
Add the essential oils to the coconut and/or sesame seed oil on a spoon or in a cup. Put contents in your mouth, chew, press through teeth with your tongue, and swish in between all your teeth for 10-20 minutes.
When you’re done, be sure to spit out the oils into the trash. DO NOT SPIT THE OILS INTO YOUR SINK or you may create problems with your plumbing.
That’s it! Your oil pulling experience is done. It may take some practice and to get used to keeping the oils in your mouth without swallowing. You can always start out with a smaller about of oils until you get used to it.
What do you think of oil pulling now that you know the benefits and how easy it is to do? I’d love to hear about your experience in the comments!
In this 5-week Yoga series, we’ll work to create strength and flexibility around the spine while addressing the emotional root issues of pain & stiffness. You’re welcome to get some coffee or tea at the Village Hub cafe afterwards and get to know the lovely community we’re building!
Classes meet on Jan. 14, 21, 28, Feb. 4, 11, 2020
Attend the whole series for a discounted price. Or, as many individual classes as you can.
In this video I’m going to teach you a quick and easy pranayama or breathing practice that you can do in the morning before or after yoga and meditation or even by itself. It’s called the 9 Clearing Cycles and it’s an ancient Tibetan practice that help wake up your body, increase your vitality and improve your concentration skills.
This is the second post in a series of my personal morning rituals that I’m sharing with you. If you want to live a positive, intentional life, then starting your mornings with ritual is a where you should begin! Last week I shared a morning yoga practice for stiffness that you can do with this breathing practice.
Though I love doing this pranayama practice in the morning, it’s fine to do it anytime of the day. In addition to combining it with yoga and meditation, it can be part of your other self-care rituals like acupressure massage. I have a FREE self-acupressure guide that you can download below which will help keep you relieve tension and manage stress. You’ll love it!
Morning Pranayama: Nine Clearing Breaths
In the morning, most of us want to build energy, but it’s important to make space in the body and mind first. The 9 clearing cycles is a nostril breathing practice that was introduced to me by my teacher Sarah Powers over a decade ago.
These Nine Clearing Breaths help to clear the energy channels of the body as well as the “poisons” of the mind which impede energy flow and stall our development. This practice always helps me start the day with receptive awareness which is necessary to keep a positive, open mind, and attract good things.
Try it! I know you’ll experience the same as well if this becomes part of your morning practice.
Clearing the Nadis and Energy Channels
In this practice, we’re going to be working with the breath moving through the left and right nostrils. These relate to the Ida and Pingala nadis or energy channels of the body, that circulate Prana, Qi, also known as our “life force” that is connected with the breath.
These channels help balance yin/yang, left/right, female/male energy, and certain habitual tendencies related to these energies. They serpentine around the Sushumna, the central channel, which contains the chakras or energy wheels.
You’re purifying these three channels as well as the chakras in this breathing practice. It also incorporates quick exhalations from the belly which awakens our main power center, Manipura, the 3rd chakra. This is where you’ll experience a burst of energy.
How to do the Nine Clearing Cycles
Come into a comfortable seated position and make sure your spine is long and lifted.
We’re going to use our right hand to control the breathing for this whole practice. Cross the pinky finger over the ring finger as you’re looking at the palm. Place the ring finger to the left nostril, the thumb to the right nostril. The other two fingers rest at the third eye, in between the eyebrows.
Pre-Clearing the Nadis
First we’re going to prepare the channels by doing a pre-clearing.
- You can open your airways with essential oils like Peppermint or the Breathe Blend.
- Then close the right nostril and take five deep breaths through the left nostril. See if the inhalation and exhalation can be about 5 seconds in length. The left nostril relates to Ida nadi, yin, and one’s feminine nature. The poison of the mind associated with it is attachment or greed.
- Then close the left nostril and take five slow breaths through the right nostril. This relates to Pingala nadi, our yang, masculine nature. The poison related to this nadi is anger.
Nine Clearing Cycles
Now we’ll do the Nine Clearing Cycles working with the Ida first (left nostril), then Pingala (right nostril), and then through both nostrils. there’s three cycles for each nadi which equals nine.
Each cycle consists of four parts (see video above for demonstration):
- Inhale through the nostril for ~ 5 seconds.
- Exhale through the nostril for ~ 5 seconds.
- Inhale through the nostril for ~ 5 seconds.
- Exhale quickly through the nostril and with the belly pressing in toward the spine (not so hard that it’s like your blowing your nose).
Let’s start with opening the ida, the left nostril. Imagine that you’re letting go of your attachments and greed. This can be the way you’re physically holding on to material items, or old patterns and beliefs.
With the pingala, the right nostril, you’re letting go of any anger, hatred or aggression in your life.
Now bring the hand down and do the cycles through both open nostrils, imagining that you’re letting go of any delusion, misunderstanding how life is working around you.
After the nine clearing rounds, inhale and hold the breath in for 10 seconds. Exhale slowly and hold the breath out for 5-10 seconds. Finish with three slow, even, deep breaths.
I hope you feel more clear, awake, and maybe even more powerful after doing this morning pranayama practice! Please let me know in the comments if this is something you’d like to add to your morning ritual!
Intentional living and mindfulness go hand-in-hand, for what you place your attention on, GROWS!
This workshop is perfect for you if you desire time and space to figure out what you need to focus on in your life, and in your yoga practice, to achieve your personal goals for 2020. You’ll be supported by a slow flow yoga practice in conjunction with therapeutic-grade dōTERRA essential oils.
The clarity and focus you’ll gain will be a fabulous start to the new year!