Stacy Vajta, the owner of The Everyday Lightworker will be hosting a free event, talking about 5 key essential oils that can be a powerful support in getting you through the winter in better health and a happy mood.
The free workshop will be held on Sunday, January 25 at 3:00pm at 36 Monroe Pl in Asheville. Space is limited, so RSVP to Stacy Vajta at 510-332-3980 to reserve your spot.
Essential oils have been used throughout history to support health and wellness; and when it comes to wintertime use, they can be especially helpful. “There are 5 areas that essential oils can really help us in the winter,” says Stacy; “and those are: keeping your immune system going strong, purifying the air around you, supporting respiratory issues, keeping a cheerful mood when the wintertime blues hit, and assisting at an energetic or vibrational level.”
As an energy healer, Stacy focuses on the effects essential oils can have on our spiritual and physical well-being. Throughout this event she’ll be sharing 5 of her favorite wintertime essential oils that can make a big difference in how you get through the winter.
Come for some valuable information along with some sampling of essential oils. It will do your mind, body and spirit good!
About The Everyday Lightworker
Stacy Vajta, owner of The Everyday Lightworker, is known as a healer with an incisive intuition. With a global practice and close to 30 years of experience, Stacy works with intuition, energy and what she recognizes as the information that is inherent in vibration. Together, a powerful healing combination is created to support her clients in making transformative and healing life changes.
Guiding people through their healing and inner transformation has long been a priority for Stacy, and a big part of her work is teaching people to tap into their own intuitive know-how and healing potential. She teaches here in Asheville as well as providing online courses to learn about intuition, healing and spirituality. To learn more visit www.TheEverydayLightworker.com, or call her at 510-332-3980.