Health and Energy Center Welcomes Aromatherapist
Jacky Schroeder, a board-certified chaplain from the Quaker faith tradition, is the new aromatherapist and essential oils Raindrop Technique practitioner at the Health and Energy Center of Wisconsin, located in Wauwatosa.
Schroeder says she became interested in essential oils after attending a class two years ago, thus opening the way to intensive study and a career shift. “Incorporating the essential oils has clearly increased my energy, immune system and confidence in building the life I want,” she says. “My goal in being part of the center is to empower others to also experience, learn and incorporate these tools in building the lives they want.”
To celebrate her new practice at the center, Schroeder is offering Natural Awakenings readers a one-hour Raindrop Technique session ($100 value) for $39, plus a 30-minute consultation, a Zyto Compass assessment and report and an AromaDome with oil individually selected according to the report.
Location: 11661 W. Bluemound Rd., Wauwatosa. For more information, call 952-836-6244, email CDropsOfHealing@gmail.com or visit HealthAndEnergyWI.com.
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