53 Mill Street, Westfield, MA 01085 • 413.562.3627
Date:April 14th, 2021.
Time:7:00 PM to 7:45 PM

Plant medicine has potent healing qualities for the mind and body.  Megan is honored to share her years of experience as a botanist and plant medicine practitioner.  In this second class you get to choose one of the mood balancing essential oils we talked about last class or pick one of your choosing.  Together we will blend your essential oil with a carrier oil, apply and enjoy the effects.  Megan will also share some more plant medicine lore and give details about best practices and care for your essential oils.  Come with your essential oil and carrier oil (coconut, jojoba, sweet almond, avocado, Shea butter).   

$10 for the class

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Registration for April packages ends March 31st.  Important: Please pay as business and services and note in PayPal which classes you are paying for.  If you have a preferred email – make note of that as well.  If you do not have a PayPal account, contact Megan and she will send you a payment request.  


Leader:  Megan Elliott, E-RYT, C-IAYT


Megan Elliott is a compassionate educator and dedicated guide who skillfully supports her students and clients on their courageous journey toward healing and growth. A gifted yoga therapist, Trauma Sensitive Yoga trained yoga teacher, and teacher trainer, Megan works with diverse populations. Her offerings range from yoga classes to Thai yoga massage sessions, Reiki to yoga therapy. Megan views yoga as a lifestyle, a living practice that unfolds as we unfold, and that its teachings are a vehicle that can guide us closer to the fullest expression of ourselves.


Please note: Before starting any exercise program, please consult your physician or health care provider, especially if you have any pre-existing injuries or physical conditions. In participating in these live and recorded video yoga practices, you assume all risk of injury involved.

The Earth is a communion of subjects, not a collection of objects.
- Thomas Berry