Identity, Signs, Symbols, Meaning, Life
Many people have asked me why I named my practice Falcon Rose.
I’m an aromatherapist, so the Rose part is easy to guess.
Rose is one of the most beloved flowers and essential oils we have. It works on so many levels, especially the emotions. It's an opener of the heart and a healer of wounds. For example, cuts on the skin can be healed by using rose petals and rose oil.
Boundaries, Self-Love, Plant-Helpers, Aura, Grounding
One area of spiritual health that is near and dear to me is that of being Empathic or a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP). An Empath or HSP is someone who deeply feels what another person is feeling by taking it into their auric field.
AROMATIC LYMPHATIC DRAINAGE
Body, Core Issues, Inflammation, Healing, Homeostasis, Immune Function
So you've been hearing about lymphatic drainage massage and wondering what's so special about it? Well, here's the post where I will give you the goods!
I confess, before I started to do my own training in this form of massage, I also had no idea what it was or why it was something anyone would want. I was also a person who didn't particularly even like massage, after some experiences where I found it painful - not only during the treatment, but in the days that followed.
Inhalation, Breath, Function, Inspiration, Blend
So many diffusers out there, but which one is right for you? Get expert advice and make an empowered purchase!
Crone, Power, HRT, Holistic, Triple Goddess, Science, Initiations
I’m just going to say it. For far too long now, the entire concept of Menopause has been treated like something to be “managed”, “suffered through” or “medicated”. Many women dread the day that this very important rite of passage begins and are offered very little support and encouragement to not only embrace, but celebrate this time in their life.
Balancing, Uplifting, Summer, Digesting, Comfort
I just love Bergamot oil. When I smell it, I immediately smile and feel more at peace in myself and with the world. It brings up comforting images: cosy kitchens in winter with the snow falling and a hot cup of earl grey tea, early-morning breakfast with marmalade toast, or hot nights in Cyprus eating preserved bergamot rind while sipping Ouzo. I could go on.
Sandalwood. We all know and love it. But what are the ethical implications of using it?
Here in the Netherlands spring has definitely sprung and we are enjoying warmer weather and lots of birdsong. The trees have blossomed, grass is growing again and leaves start to peak out between all the twigs and branches