A Beginner’s Guide to Essential Oils: Recipes and Practices for a Natural Lifestyle and Holistic Health
By Hayley Hobson
Holistic medicine and wellness: Homeopathic medicine and alternative medicines are gaining in popularity daily. A Beginner’s Guide to Essential Oils by Hayley Hobson can become your first step to a healthier life ─ your first step to holistic health.
Learn about essential oils from an expert: Hayley Hobson is an internationally known author and inspirational speaker. She presents uplifting and educational programs in well over 50 countries. After leaving her career as a lawyer, Hayley began teaching Pilates and yoga before building her essential oils business from the ground up. As the fastest Wellness Advocate in her company to achieve the ranks of Presidential Diamond, Double Diamond and Double Presidential, she remains one of the top performers in her company. In addition to developing online courses and trainings, Hayley is a sought-after speaker at many global business events. Along with her outreach to entrepreneurs, Hayley still works in her business daily and is consistently trending on social media. With over 65,000 Facebook followers she remains an influence among wellness advocates and an expanding network of peers. Visit Hayley at http://www.hayleyhobson.com.
The holistic health pathway to wellness: Hayley promotes a holistic path to wellness by incorporating the use of essential oils with a regimen of exercise, healthy eating, and mental and emotional wellness practices. As a coach, she passionately empowers others to live their dreams and create lifestyle transformations by supporting them in becoming the best possible WHOLE versions of themselves.
A Beginner’s Guide to Essential Oils includes real life stories and natural lifestyle principles. You’ll learn about:
Hayley’s signature recipes created for specific purposes
Safe handling and usage
Using oils to create balance as part of a holistic lifestyle
Why we get out of balance in the first place
A 31-Day plan with daily inspiration
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