All About Lavender (Herb to Oil)
All About Lavender – Herb to Essential Oil
Thurs, Jan 18, 2018
11am-1pm or 6pm-8pm
Classes held at ‘Alternative Pathfinders’
Have you ever wished you could learn all you can about one specific essential oil and/or herb? Well now you can with Alternative Pathfinders. We will be focusing on one oil per month then learning a little about the oils that mix well with it and/or can replace it if needed.
In this class we will be discussing one of the most popular essential oils, Lavender. Why is it so popular? Are all Lavender oils the same? What do I use if I don’t like Lavender? What can I use my Lavender oil for.
You will also:
• Experience Lavender in dried herbal form and make you’re own sachet for your linen or lingerie drawer.
• Learn how True Lavender essential oil differs from Lavender Spike and Lavandin.
• Discover oils you can use if you don’t like the smell of Lavender.
• Learn a drop by drop technique and make your own SleepyTime Linen Spray
Price is $30
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** Classes Limited to 10 people. We cannot guarantee available spot at the door. To guarantee spot available, please pay at least 24 hour in advance. This also ensures we have supplies available for every student.
Save up to $48 with purchase of a “Keep Learning” package.
*** Keep Learning Packages available for 3, 4 or 5 two hour classes or our Monthly package. With purchase of one of our packages, you receive a coupon code and link so you can reserve class of your choice subject to availability. Purchase of package does not guarantee a spot available in any particular class until you reserve it. If class is not available, you will have the ability to use the code at a later date.
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Melody Bartone-Helmick is a Certified Clinical Master Aromatherapist and practicing herbalist. She is also a professional member of the National Association of Holistic Aromatherapy (NAHA) and member of the American Herbalist Guild (AHG). Information taught in our classes are for educational purposes only. It is recommended that you consult with your professional health care specialist before applying or otherwise utilizing any aromatherapy or herbal practices and/or remedies.