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How plant oils help relaxation, sleep and immunity

April 27 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm PDT

Virtual Event
Free – $25
hands and plant oil

Whenever we feel vulnerable and stressed, warmth can support us in our need to meet life’s challenges of continual growth and transformation. Contemporary research demonstrates that strong warmth processes allow us to feel comfortable and capable in our body and in our environment, and nourishes our relationship with ourselves and others.

There are many holistic approaches to support physical and emotional warmth in Anthroposophic Nursing. The giving and receiving of footbath therapy, mediated by warmth processes, is an encompassing therapeutic experience that supports and allows for balance. Footbaths gently engender warmth. Footbaths cultivate comfort and calming relaxation, nurture the whole person and relieve symptoms related to imbalance. Contemporary research demonstrates that footbaths positively impact the autonomic nervous and immune systems.

Join us on 27 April 2021 to experience a simple but effective method known as the footbath using organically sourced bath oils of lavender, rosemary and arnica. 
 
This is a therapy you can offer yourself or to another in need of caregiving.

To register for free, click on the “Going” button below. To register with a donation, add the number of tickets you’d like to purchase. All donations go toward supporting future offerings like this one. This event is co-sponsored by the Foundation for Health Creation and the North American Anthroposophic Nursing Association.

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Date:
April 27
Time:
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm PDT
Cost:
Free – $25

Organizer

Foundation for Health Creation
Email:
foundationforhealthcreation@gmail.com

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