Essential Oils: Reference to Go: Simple Blends for Health and Beauty

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Chronicle Books, Nov 2, 2012 - Health & Fitness - 50 pages
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From soothing massage oils to prescriptive blends for aches, pains, stresses and sickness, it's easy to unlock the healing power of the natural world with this gorgeously photographed ebook. From page to page, the ebook features profiles of important (and readily available) oils, recipes for prescriptive blends, tips on purchasing materials, and a wealth of information on developing unique blends for specific needs.
 

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Joan Arnold has been a movement professional for over 25 years, teaching dance, exercise, Alexander Technique and Anusara Yoga. She has a private practice on Manhattan's Union Square and in Park Slope, Brooklyn and is Executive Director of the Ancram Opera House where she teaches yoga and Alexander Technique. She and her husband Jim Paul program concerts and classes, offering a variety of body/mind experiences to help people find new dimensions of health, inspiration, and community.

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