Taken from Guide 2 Athens Posted on 02/16/2010 by Cheri LeavyThe product junkie strikes again! In love w/Aromandina aromatherapy from STUDIO In Athens – Guide 2 Athens Blog
Today I brought home something to cure my winter blues from STUDIO In Athens. (The Leathers Building 675 Pulaski Street, suite 1600) I had my first incredible session of pilates with Sarah Schmitt that left me feeling invigorated and maybe a little taller. Is that possible after one apparatus session to feel taller? Anyway, it feels like it to me! And that is saying a lot when you are 5’2″ (more on the pilates in my blog post tomorrow)
I left with Aromandina’s EXULTO Citrus Delight Oil Blend to combat my winter time blues. I am so so so ready for sunshine and warmer days and outdoor activities! I bought the Soapstone Essential Oil Burner and just added water in the glass bowl and 7 drops of the oil and lit a tea light candle and I am feeling revived! The brochure suggests numerous ways to use the oil such as on a cotton pad in your pillow case, I might get the SERENO calming one for that as the EXULTO I bought might keep you up. Sarah has brochures and is knowledgeable as she has used several of the scents and products. They have body mists and bath Soaks and more.
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Born and raised in the Ecuadorian capital, Quito, Cristina's memories are always related to the scents of her homeland. A professional Aromatherapist since 1994, Cristina received her Complementary Health Education Diploma in Aromatherapy in 1997 from the Kevala Center in the U.K., and advanced her studies in 1998 when she took the International Training Program in Essential Oils at Purdue University in Indiana.
Cristina has more than 14 years of experience formulating aromatherapy products for the spa, fitness and hospitality industry and speaking with North and South American audiences on television and radio as well as in seminars and workshops.
She is eager to share her successful experience and the therapeutic values of her homeland's pure healing ingredients.