Are you open to natural healthcare? If so, come and join us for a a fun, informative Make + Take Essential Oils workshop with Esme Powles to learn about the benefits of a natural, toxin-free lifestyle incorporating essential oils.
At the workshop we will share and discuss the benefits of using essential oils for your health alongside making your own personalised rollerball to take home. A lovely social event, it’s a great chance to connect with others in The Natural Health Hub.
Essential oils can help with so many different ailments – here are just a sample you’ll be hearing about…
- sore throats
- digestive issues
And that’s why it’s a personalised rollerball you’ll be making with Esme – because you get to choose your oil specific to your needs.
Date: 27 June, 12 noon and 7.30pm
Cost: £6, payable on the day
To book to ensure your place, call us on 01590 670955 or visit https://www.thenaturalhealthhub.co.uk/use-essential-oils-talk-27-june/
Or join us and pay on the day
The Natural Health Hub is Lymington’s health and well-being centre offering an extensive selection of complementary therapies. Services include acupuncture, homeopathy, mindfulness, empowerment coaching, reflexology, polarity therapy and reiki, as well as NIS (neurological integration system). Our massages are like no other! Choose between energy-balancing polarity massage, lomi lomi massage which comes from Polynesia and Thai yoga massage. We specialise in nutritional advice, including food intolerance testing and hair analysis testing. Classes on offer are yoga, meditation, pilates, yogic relaxation and movement, meditation and relaxation. We stock an extensive selection of supplements, probiotics and all-natural non-toxic products. The Hub runs a full calendar of talks/workshops on natural health and empowerment issues, not least ever-popular monthly sound baths. Book right away to avoid disappointment! Book online at www.TheNaturalHealthHub.co.ukor give us a call on 01590 670955.
We are tucked behind the high street in Lymington, down the passageway between Halifax and Dogs Trust