Monday, December 18, 2017

Lavender Essential Oil http Gloria Coppola, LMT provides you some basic info and use for Lavender oil in your practice. I am the former owner of my own massage school, and I have also traveled nationally to help other massage schools with their curriculum and to offer CE trainings. I get invited frequently to speak and teach at a variety of massage schools based on my vast experience. I’ve assisted schools in Hawaii, Missouri and North Carolina with their curriculum and I’ve been a program director as well. I also provide consulting services for massage schools around the US and I am co-creating a teacher training program with Robin Fann. My studies include many modalities, including advanced cranio sacral therapy, chakra healing, reiki, myofascial release, medical massage, lomilomi, neuromuscular therapy, foot reflexology, thai massage, hot stone massage, raindrop therapy , Gestalt Therapy, Breathwork, Somato-emotional Release and more! Many of the well renowned healers and spiritual leaders in our profession have been my mentor. Anodea Judith, PhD, Caroline Myss, PhD, John Upledger, DO, Paul St. John, LMT, Karla LaVoie, Reiki Master, Deepak Chopra, Michael Harner, Aminah Raheem, PhD and I’ve trained under the lineage of Kahu Abraham on the island of Kauai in hawaiian temple style lomi lomi,the list goes on. I continue to study the shamanic principles of hawaiian spirituality and bring it into my life on a daily basis. It brings me comfort and peace, wisdom and growth, it
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Kenneth Gardner explains how you can use your therapeutic grade Young Living Lavender essential oil, which is one of the 9 “Everyday Oils”. I’ve been using the Young Living essential oils, and I love what they do for me. Believe it or not, I’m almost 50 years old. Today I’d like to tell you about Lavender essential oil. This is therapeutic grade pure lavender oil, so it’s not made using chemicals, which can be harmful. It’s not extended, it’s not adulterated, and there’s nothing synthetic about it. The way I use Young Living Lavender essential oil is for calming. It’s really good for me after a busy day to calm for sleep. I put it on the bottoms of my feet for calming for sleeping. I can smooth some on the pillow and put some under my nose and on the back of my neck. It can be added to your bath water. Since the essential oils are therapeutic grade, you can put lavender essential oil in a capsule and take it an hour before bed. What’s good about the lavender oil and all the Young Living essential oils is that they work with your body. The lavender oil will energize me if I’m tired and relax me if I’m wound up. Lavender essential oil is called the Swiss army knife of essential oils because you can use it for so many things. It’s famous for what it can do for burns. If you have a burn, you can apply it and it will help relieve the pain and help it to heal. The same goes for a cut. It will help stop the bleeding, disinfect it, help it to heal, and
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One Response to “Lavender Essential Oil”
  1. guysguy99 says:

    Thanks for the great information about lavender essential oil, Kenneth!

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