In todays busy world it's almost impossible to find time for self care. Establishing a few rituals each day to slow down, to find stillness, and to nurture your body and mind will support your overall health and wellbeing.
Pick your favourite ritual and get started today!
Choose your favourite mood boosting essential oil and add it to your diffuser or oil burner before reaching out for your morning coffee. Some of the best essential oils to energise, uplift and clear the mind in the morning are Lemon, Peppermint, Orange, Rosemary, and Grapefruit. Or you can use our Focus and Awaken Blend.
If you enjoy a shower in the morning, just add a few drops of your chosen blend to the shower and enjoy the effects of steam inhalation. We can't think of a better way to start your day.
Add a few drops of anointing oil to the palms of your hands and gently rub together. Bring your hands close to your face, close your eyes and take 3 deep breathes, each time exhaling slowly.
Throughout the day
Aura body mist
Enjoy the uplifting benefits of our Aura cleansing body mists. Gently shake the bottle, take a deep breath, exhale slowly, spray above the crown of your head and around your body, follow with 3 deep breaths.
Roller blends are a great natural alternative to perfume, as well as deeply nourishing to the skin. Our serenity blend is the perfect pick me up and can be used throughout the day. Add to your wrists, back of the neck and temples.
An evening bathing ritual is the perfect way to calm the mind, ease tension and prepare you for a good night sleep. Add half a cup of magnesium salts and 2-3 drops of our Protect, Mama, or Meditate essential oil blend to your bath and soak for 20 minutes.
Relax and unwind with the soothing aroma of Lavender, Chamomile, Sandalwood, or our Meditate and Protect Aromatherapy blend. These oils support you to switch off and enjoy a deep restful sleep. Set up your diffuser in your bedroom or lounge area.
Apply a few drops of Meditate or Protect body oil to the hands and feet and gently massage in circular motions. Starting at the palms of your hands slowly working your way down to your feet.