Raindrop Technique Class for Massage Therapists, Nurses and Acupunturists

Work smarter not harder and enjoy happier,healthier clients and patients with Essential Oils basics and the Raindrop Technique class.
March 30, 2011 - PRLog -- In this class essential oils expert and master healing arts practitioner, Tracy Griffiths will teach students how to guide people to access greater energy, feel fully alive, help others recover more quickly from serious illness and traumatic accidents, sleep deeply, stop sugar cravings, and reduce anxiety.

Students will learn a sequence of essential oils that are immune enhancing, support the body’s natural defenses, as well as the circulatory, respiratory, endocrine, digestive, nervous and other body systems.

Students will also learn which oils are high in antioxidants, mood elevating and antiseptic, creating an unfavorable environment for harmful viruses and bacteria that can hibernate in the body.

The class is April 9 & 10 from 9:30a-6:30p, in Topanga, California.

16 hrs. continuing education for Nurses, Massage Therapist and Acupunturists.
Cost: $285 ($40 off when you bring your own Raindrop Kit)

Please bring a set of twin size sheets with pillow case, and two hand size towels, notebook, and your lunch.

To register call the Life Energy Institute at (310) 455-7873

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Grace Aroma Wellness, http://www.gracearomawellness.com and the Life Energy Institute, http://lifeenergyinstitute.net and http://www.AromaYogaGuide.com is a resource for how to use essential oils for your yoga practice and your life. We offer continuing education for massage therapists, nurses and acupuncturists via the NCBTMB, NACCOM and the California Board of Nurses and Acupuncturists
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