You are invited to join Bea, Julie, Christine and Trish for our doTERRA monthly gathering in a peaceful setting at Oaklands Park for an Earth connection meditation with relevant essential oils.
We will talk about how essential oils can affect your mood and emotions, learn how to set an intention and choose oils instinctively. We all love our doTERRA essential oils and continue to expand our knowledge so we can enjoy sharing our journey and the company philosophy with others.
Every drop of doTERRA EO you use connects you to a world community of support, empowerment and love. These oils come from many third world countries where people have been farming these plants for generations. Through doTERRA’s Co -impact sourcing and Healing Hands programs doTERRA is changing people lives all over the world.
This event is open to our dōTERRA family, friends and guests.
Please RSVP by Friday 11th January via this invite or to the person who invited you.
Date: Sunday 13th January 1-3.30pm
Please BYO chair or yoga mat. We will provide some refreshments to share
The Parade off Oaklands Road
(please drive to the end to park, we will be there under a shady tree)
Oaklands Wetland and Reserve
My first experience of Wayapa Wuurrk, barefoot on the sand on Ngarrindjeri Country in the Coorong, was profound. It brought together a culmination of my life experiences and being blessed to travel and work around Australia for thirteen years, spending much of my time in remote locations connecting with nature. During my travels I became a keen photographer and bird watcher which I found to be a full emersion mindfulness experience. When Jamie Marloo Thomas co-founder of Wayapa spoke about the concepts of Wayapa so much resonated with me. It awakened in me what many have forgotten, that we are all indigenous to somewhere and our ancestors all lived in harmony with nature by honouring Mother Earth. As a qualified Wayapa Wuurrk practitioner and doTerra Wellness Advocate my vision is to empower a community of people to live consciously with purpose and respect.