BALOT AMECHACHURA DEL ROSARIO

CERTIFIED AROMATHERAPIST | LIFE COACH

Why should you care?

Because mind-body-soul wellness is key to a long and happy life. There are so many studies that show how our lifestyle habits an mostly especially, chronic stress make us sick.

Trust me, I have been there. 

But sometimes, motivational quotes from social media just won’t cut it.

Sometimes, we need to learn tools on how we can take charge of our life and address negative emotions and mindsets, and create more calm and cultivate more clarity and compassion in our lives.

And that is what this group is for. A safe space for us to explore well-being through different healing modalities like yoga, meditation, aromatherapy, and many things in between.

I welcome you to this #SoulTribe.

May you find something good for YOU inside.

what is yogaroma?

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yoga

Learn the wonderful path of yoga & how it can help you create calm and compassion

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aromatherapy

Discover essential oils and how they support mind-body-soul wellness

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coaching tools

Uncover coaching tools that can help you achieve deeper meaning and magic in life

quick look on the toolkit

What is Aromatherapy?

Aromatherapy is the use of pure essential oils and aromatic products to influence the body, emotions, mind, and spirit.

Aromatherapy has been studied to affect our mood, emotions, and memory by influencing the limbic part of the brain. At the same time, essential oils also affect us on a cellular level and have been used in many spiritual practices.

What is (Raja) Yoga?

Raja Yoga is an expansive spiritual path that aims to unite body, mind, and soul through various practices covered in the Eight Limbs of Yoga by Sage Patanjali.

It includes practices such as the asanas (the physical postures), meditation, moral disciplines and duties, and other beautiful teachings in achieving calm, contentment and communion with yourself and the world.

What is Mindfulness?

Mindfulness is the practice of slowing down and focusing our awareness on the present moment.

According to Jon Kabat Zinn, Father of Mindfulness in the West, it is the "awareness that arises through paying attention, on purpose, in the present moment, non-judgmentally." Meditation and yoga asanas are part of mindfulness practices.