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Dandelion Herb benefits are so numerous that it is a shame they're so despised. Find out more in this great article!
I am featured in this month’s issue of AromaCulture.
This is a beautiful online magazine that features beautiful imagery and information about herbs and essential oils.
Would you love to immerse yourself in a sensorial experience in Ireland?
I am beyond thrilled to be a guest instructor for a yoga, nature and culture retreat in Ireland this August/September.
Hosted by my good friend, Kat Koch, this week-long retreat will be an unforgettable experience.
Each day will begin with yoga and meditation in an ocean-view room with heated floors.
Other activities include whale watching, hill walking, ancient site exploration, market day, kayaking, and pubs for music and dancing.
We’ll also be drinking cocktails and teas made from herbs we gather ourselves, making luxurious herbal potions to slather on our skin and exploring the plants we find throughout the countryside.
If you love the idea of slow travel and really immersing yourself in an experience then I know you will love this retreat!
We have spaces available for 6 more people only and spots will be filled on a first come basis.
There is also a discount for registering before June 1st.
This retreat is hosted and organized by Kat Koch. If you have any questions about the retreat you can contact Kat by clicking on the contact form at the bottom of her site. http://retreattoireland.com/
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