3 Sunday / November 3, 2019

Self-Care Sunday: Winter Wellness with Essential Oils

02:00 pm to 03:30 pm
Juniper Art Gallery, 46 E Market St, Spencer, IN 47460

Self-Care Sunday (The Art of Well-Being!)
Winter Wellness with Essential Oils, presented by Colleen Minnemeyer

First Sunday, November 3
2:00 -3:00 pm – FREE talk about essential oils and staying well during the winter season ahead
3:00 – 3:30 – “Make & Take” your own essential oil roller ($8-$12 charge for supplies)

This month we will focus on learning how to stay well in the winter using essential oils and other natural remedies. We will touch briefly on the basics of how to use essential oils then dive into specifics on which ones to use to help keep you and your family above the wellness line throughout the season. There will be an optional make-&-take immediately after the workshop where participants can make their own items to take home. Make-&-take items range from $8- $12 to cover cost of supplies.

Colleen Minnemeyer is an avid essential oil user and educator. Through her own use of essential oils and seeing the impact they have made on other people’s lives she passionately educates and shares her love of a natural lifestyle. Colleen will be a regular presenter on the 1st Sunday monthly.

Join us Sunday afternoons in Juniper’s Community Room, for a variety of self-care experiences that will relax, enrich and sooth your heart, mind, body and spirit. Self-Care Sundays are offered by local and regional practitioners from a variety of personal-well-being disciplines.

Cost: FREE (optional

For more information contact:

Jaime Sweany
(812) 714-8038
[email protected]

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