The human body is engineered to move. Modern clinical research attests to the broad range of benefits that come from regular exercise. From decreasing your risk of developing chronic diseases to maintaining a desirable quality of life through old age, the benefits of regular exercise are both physiological and psychological.
Regular physical activity is a critical component for life-long health and maintaining quality of life as you age. getting some form of exercise daily is necessary to keep the strength of your cardiovascular and musculoskeletal systems as well as your mental well-being. 

If you want to learn a number of unique tips and products to help you through your exercise program, click on the button below to schedule a time to chat with me!

Massaging Muscles 

Whether you’re warming up for an intense workout or trying to recover afterward, it is important to keep your muscles in tip-top shape. Certain essential oils have powerful soothing, warming, and cooling properties that are useful for massaging the muscles before and after a workout. Try massaging essential oils with warming or cooling properties to areas like the legs, feet, arms, shoulders, back, and neck to provide soothing comfort to muscles after physical activity.


  • Black Pepper oil  
  • Cassia oil
  • Wintergreen oil
  • Cinnamon Bark oil
  • Clove oil

  • Basil oil
  • Blue Tansy oil
  • Cardamom oil
  • Peppermint oil
  • Deep Blue® Soothing Blend   


Hydration is key to overall health, but it’s especially important before, during, and after a workout. Because our bodies lose water when we sweat, it’s vital to replenish the body with water and stay hydrated. Dehydration will weaken your body and can even lead to serious health issues.

Do you have trouble remembering to hydrate before or after your workout? Turn plain water into a refreshing, flavorful beverage with the addition of essential oils. Citrus essential oils like Lemon, Grapefruit, or Wild Orange oil, to add a tasty, invigorating flavor to your water.

Relaxing and Combating Fatigue

At The End Of Your Workout, it’s Important To Rest and have A Proper Cool Down. Your Body Needs Time To Recuperate, And A Lack Of Rest Can Lead To Injuries From Overworking The Body. 

for more tips on how to Promote Rest And Relaxation, As Well As Fight Fatigue Between and after Workout, get in touch with me here.

If you are struggling with pain, remember that limiting motion can only make pain worse! Click the button below to learn how to reduce pain and build strength through some gentle and simple exercises...

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