A Session on Self Care
Sunday June 4th - 6:30 PM - $22
Let's face it, Self Care is trending.
We hear it again and again, "Be sure to take care of yourself first!" Our lives are filled with well meaning friends and family reminding us that our bodies, minds and souls are just as important as our children's. But what does that look like? What does it really mean to take care of your Self.
Yes, capital 'S' Self. Your inner Self.
Is it as simple as getting our nails done, or drinking a glass (or two or three) of wine? How do we really feel afterwards? Are we fulfilled and nourished or are we still hanging on to that temporary fleeting feeling of being numb?
Join Liz Gregerson, Carol Hayes, Lisa Decatorsmith and Danielle Oates for an evening of discovering the different ways you can really take care of your Self. Learn how to incorporate yoga, massage, acupuncture and essential oils into your everyday life, as well as the benefits each practice will bring to your overall well-being.
Each participant will leave with a small gift from each provider (yes that means 4 gifts!) and one lucky participant will walk away with an even bigger gift basket full of goodies from all of us.
Keep reading to learn more about each of us, and what we will be offering you at this Session on Self Care.
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Learn how various kinds of massage can help you to be healthy and happy. From stress and pain relief to pregnancy and after baby is born, to fertility, reproductive and gut health - massage can help!
Nurturing one's self shouldn't be considered an occasional luxury, but a daily, necessary act. I'll share some simple, but powerful self care habits using essential oils to encourage an empowered, grounded state of being.
Acupuncture is used for many reasons - whether it's on a physical level or even emotional - acupuncture can help you cope. Learn more about how acupuncture can aid in your journey of self care
Yoga is commonly mistaken as a practice of standing on your head or twisting into a pretzel, but it is actually SO much more! Anyone can practice yoga, as long as they can move a little and breath. Even the gentlest of yoga classes can reduce inflammation, lower blood pressure and calm anxiety.