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WORKSHOPS

Have you heard the buzz about essential oils?


Looking for a safer, more affordable, more effective approach to everyday health issues?

Join us for this interactive class to learn how you can support yourself naturally with 
100% Pure Certified Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils and Supplements

Sunday, March 1, 2020

Free educational class: 2-3 pm

Optional workshop: 3-3:20 pm

Registration required. 

Please RSVP to Beech Creek Gardens
Call (330) 829-7050 or email info@beechcreekgardens.org

Advanced payment is required for the optional make & take workshop portion of the class. Please call us at (330) 829-7050 to submit payment over the phone.

You’ll Learn:

 

  • What are essential oils

  • Three ways to use them effectively

  • Specific uses for the most popular oils

  • Optimizing your performance for daily life

  • Safely using oils: Demo by a 3-year-old on how she uses her Kids Kit of oils daily

You’ll Receive:

  • Educational literature to take for ongoing support

  • Free product samples to all attendees

We Will Include:

  • Free gift drawing for cool products

  • Unique gift to any attendee who schedules a class


EXTRA:

 

  • Optional DIY session following the class (only $5 per person)

  • Participants will walk away with a 24 oz Natural and Non-Toxic All Purpose Cleaner (smells great!)


Class Presenters:


Paula Antonini, Wellness Advocate; Integrative Nutrition Health Coach 
Keri Steede, Wellness Advocate

Both Paula and Keri have been using essential oils for over 5 years and have had extensive training in the safe and effective use of these precious oils.  You’ll get to hear their stories about how the regular use of oils and superior nutritional supplements, along with good eating habits, has resulted in profound positive changes in their health and that of their families.

Oil in a small container surrounded by a plant.
Essential oil in a container next to a pink flower.
Two essential oil containers laying next to dried fruit slices and other herbs.