Nov 9, 2017 Thursday

Essential oil therapy

6:30p.m. to 8:00p.m.
Trade School Indy @ Rabble Coffee
2119 E 10th St
Indianapolis US

Bring the healing powers and beautiful aromas of plants and flowers into your everyday life with essential oil therapy. The potent "essence" of plants can convey to us the same healing, balancing and protective benefits to improve our emotional, mental and physical well being. In this introduction you will experience a wide variety of scents while learning the therapeutic properties of each. You will learn the basics of essential oil blending and diluting for creating personalized fragrances or targeted therapeutic blends for meditation, stress, immune care, pain, and much more. Explore how to integrate essential oils in your home with a variety of ideas for diffusion, bath, and homemade body care products. Supplies to make your own essential oil spray during the class will be provided free by rareEssence.

Bring one of the following:
* a pledge to volunteer by facilitating a class (we'll send you info!)
* a Trade School Donation
* a Trade School needl!! (see to select a current need/)
Gems, crystals, hand made jewelry
Hand made or local art
House plants
Lessons in guitar, singing or tai chi
Your favorite coffee, wine or meade

About the teacher, Angelita Hampton

Angelita Hampton, an Indianapolis native, received a BS from Earlham College in Richmond, IN, and is a The Ohio State University master’s candidate. During the past 15 years, she has studied nutrition and physical fitness, obtaining certification as a personal trainer. She worked as a trainer in Columbus, OH before returning to Indianapolis. Angelita began a focus on the nutritional aspect of health and fitness, studying for and receiving certification as a health coach. She has conducted classes for staff employees and customers of health oriented stores. Angelita is a product rep for several natural brands that include essential oils, supplements and body care items. Angelita enjoys poetry writing, running, making jewelry and pursuing her favorite form of retail therapy: thrifting.