Essential Oils Proper Use – FREE Public Workshop (6-Oct, Sat.)

Essential Oils have been known for centuries for their uplifting, calming, immune boosting and healing qualities. Would you like to learn how to protect yourself from viruses, bacteria and other harmful organism? How Essential Oils can help you to relax and release tension, improve your memory and concentration? There are countless ways how to use Essential Oils, regardless if you diffuse them, apply topically or take them internally.

Don’t know where to start and what to use? Join our hand on workshop on Saturday, 6 October, 7.30pm at BEST Centre (Breakthru Enrichment Station), where you get to experience the Essential Oils personally. It is free, and everyone is welcome!

About the Instructor
Cynthia Teo is a Certified Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist and Touch for Health instructor and has taken the CARE training through the Centre of Aromatherapy and Education in the USA, including Applied Vitaflex, and Raindrop Therapy Training, and Vibrational Raindrop Therapy Training. She is also a master NLP practitioner and has training in Bowen technique and  Emmett technique.

She is also a Certified International Brain Gym Instructor.

She is very passionate about the usage of the Essential Oils as she has experiences the effects first hand.

Please call Phoebe Long – 012 329 2681 to register your attendance now!

Testimonials on the use of young living essential oils:

Stiffness In Neck Muscles…
“I received a Vibrational Raindrop Therapy yesterday from Cynthia Teo I am constantly amazed at how my body could orient to health and make the necessary subtle shifts and changes to a state of balance. Waking up this morning my muscles are very relaxed. The stiffness in my neck muscles is gone. My spine feels very flexible. Thanks Cynthia Teo.”- Adida Shahab, Singapore, via facebook

Asperger Son…
‘………..As a matter of fact, I have been wanting to call you to give feedback on the oil.  Thank god, I see improvement in my Asperger son who is 12 years old. I applied both Valor and Thieves on him on last Friday night. Guess what 2 things happened. Firstly, my son actually cried on Sunday morning. Tears really rolled down his cheek and he has never cried for the past years…..I let him cried as much and after that he was fine and played lego.’ – a parent of a learning challenged child, Singapore.

Eye Infection…
‘Frankincense is my absolute favorite and it was the first oil I got to know when I first come across Young Living in 2007. it healed my eye infection over a couple of days. Put two to three drops in your palm and cup your palms over your eyes (dont touch the eyes), the fume will go into your eyes and it may tear abit, but its great for any eye infection. This is how I became convinced of the oils.’ – Claudia Hofmaier, Singapore

Ear Infection…
‘Used diluted purification on the back sides of my 4 month old sons ears during an ear infection and it was gone in less than 8 hours. Such a life saver!!’- Shannon Dennis, USA

“My mum is on insulin jab twice a day because of diabetes. Despite the jab and oral med, her blood sugar remains at 11-12. Since july,Upon claudia’s recommendation, she begin to put 1 drop of Ocotea under Hee tongue 3 times a day. Within 3 weeks, her blood sugar went down to the range of 7-8. She is also taking 30 ml Ningxia red everyday 🙂 Now she is a EO convert. “ 🙂 – Cynthia, Singapore

US students stressed out: study

First-year students on US campuses are experiencing record levels of stress, according to a study showing increasing financial and academic pressures on young people entering university.

By Agence France-Presse, 27 Jan 2011.

The University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) study, which surveyed 200,000 students entering their freshman year on American campuses last year, was released Thursday and found that just under 52 percent reported their emotional health was very good or “above average.”

That figure represents a major decline from 1985, the first year of the self-ratings survey, when nearly two-thirds of incoming freshmen placed themselves in those categories. It’s also a decline of 3.4 percentage points from 2009.

Female freshmen were more likely than their male peers to report feeling stressed. The UCLA researchers said just under 46 percent of females ranked their emotional health as very good, compared to 59 percent of males.

Women were more than twice as likely to frequently feel “overwhelmed by all I had to do” as high school seniors preparing for their first year of university.

“Stress is a major concern when dealing with college students,” said John Pryor, lead author of the report.

“If students are arriving in college already overwhelmed and with lower reserves of emotional health, faculty, deans and administrators should expect to see more consequences of stress, such as higher levels of poor judgment around time management, alcohol consumption and academic motivation.”

America’s economic crisis adds to the stress, according to the study, which said 53 percent of students rely on loans to help pay for college. In addition, nearly three-quarters of students reported receiving grants and scholarships, representing a nine-year high.

“The increasing cost of higher education poses a significant barrier to college access for today’s students,” said Sylvia Hurtado, co-author of the report.

“Students and families are now charged with the task of becoming more resourceful and strategic in finding new and creative ways to pay for college,” she added.

Parents of students are also more likely to be unemployed: nearly five percent said their father was out out of work — a record high; and the rate of unemployed mothers, nearing nine percent, continued to increase.

Economic concerns seem to have influenced students’ political views. Nearly two-thirds of students said wealthy people should pay more taxes, compared to just half of the students surveyed in 2002.

via msn