Essential Oil Pantry

Essential Oil Pantry

Mounted inside the massage room on the wall is a full essential oil pantry.  During the massage, any number of the oils are layered along the body depending on the presentation.  When I travel, the basket on the shelf in the picture can be filled up with several oils to be used in your own personal space.

At least one whole shelf was gifted to me.  Some of my oils come direct from Cairo, Egypt.  I have no particular oil preference.  There are two Marlene’s store nearby and if I ever run out of something requested or necessary, then I will drive there and pick up whatever kind they happen to have.  When it comes to the more expensive oils like Sandalwood, Frankincense or Melissa then I will look for a variety that produces a more pure product that is 100% therapeutic grade.

Once upon a time I conducted a survey to the general population to see if they could ‘smell out’ a better quality brand essential oil.

For example, one Saturday at the WA Farmer Market – I presented Bergamot in 3 forms.  The population entered the building and found a survey on a table.  Smell each bottle, and check the number you prefer: 1,2 or 3.  They were to smell Aura Cacia, Nature’s Pantry of Bulk Apothecary and Nestafari of Egypt.

7 total wrote a response.  4 chose Nature’s Pantry Bergamot.  2 chose Aura Cacia Bergamot, and 1 picked Nestafari Bergamot.

In my pantry you’ll find all of the big name essential oil creators and then also some local.  Lavender is a native plant of Sequim, WA.  I sourced my essential oil with that plant direct from where it grows nearby and I support my local farmer.

Each massage will leave you feeling so refreshed and so relaxed because the essential oils have unlocked the way to wellness.  Your full body massage is at least 70 minutes and includes the essential oil layering.  Please visit www.abserenity.com to contact.IMG_20170705_182208

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Balsamic Moon

This phase of moon brings messages from others via spirit.

VIOLATE     Vi.o.late definition (verb):

1. To break or fail to comply with (a rule or formal agreement).

2. Fail to respect (someone’s peace, privacy or rights).images

3. Treat (something sacred) with irreverence or disrespect.

4. Rape or sexually assault someone.

 

Your massage professional violates your person when you are not the focus of the session. Your practitioner breaks healthy boundaries if they multitask during massage.03-totalbeauty-logo-12-wtf-massage-stories-nightmare

If you’ve looked up in session to your massage practitioner with one of their arm on your glutes while the other hand is on the cell phone texting – you’ve been violated. According to the dictionary, this scenerio is no different from rape.

Speak up darlings! Do not allow for this any longer.

I’m coming up on two years cell phone free and I WILL NEVER VIOLATE your sacred person by touching electronics while hired to heal via massage.

You need a massage professional like me.

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