Essential Oils for Your Healing
David Crow’s Ayurvedic Secrets
You have probably heard of “Ayurveda,” an ancient healing tradition in India, but what you may not know is that essential oils are some of the most powerful tools in the Ayurvedic practitioners toolbox for restoring health, balancing energetic types (doshas) and optimizing your life force (prana).
The simple daily use of these oils can have a profound effect, bringing you more balance, harmony and vibrant health.
That’s why I am excited to invite you to a complimentary virtual workshop with Floracopeia founder David Crow on Wednesday, April 27. So do join me for The Ayurvedic Use of Essential Oils for Healing: Ancient Remedies to Safely Balance Your Energy System.
You can RSVP for free, HERE
David is a brilliant teacher and one of the most respected botanical medicine pioneers in the world. There is perhaps no better guide for working with essential oils, as David unifies wisdom from many streams of healing practices.
During this illuminating online workshop, you’ll discover:
- Important do’s and don’t’s for getting started with essential oils
- Ayurvedic rules for determining the best essential oils for your body type
- The secrets of prana and how different oils affect this fundamental “life force energy.”
For more than 30 years, David has been helping people harness the power of plants to infuse body, mind and soul with organic wisdom and become more aware of our sustainable connection with nature.
In this FREE online workshop, he’ll share what’s important for each Ayurvedic energetic type, or dosha. Plus, you’ll find out about maximizing some of David’s favorite essential oils, which include rose, vetiver, sandalwood, agarwood and jatamansi!
And all for FREE… Register HERE
PS – If you’re curious about how to use essential oils to balance your system, you won’t want to miss this virtual event with Floracopeia founder David Crow: The Ayurvedic Use of Essential Oils for Healing: Ancient Remedies to Safely Balance Your Energy System, RSVP for free, here: