Young Living Essential Oil class offered at Cape Arts Studio
Two women decided to hold classes twice a month to educate individuals on how pure, distilled and natural oils can help cleanse the body of toxins, along with keeping the body healthy.
A Young Living Essential Oil class will be offered every second and fourth Thursday at Cape Coral Arts Studio from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. The class free.
Sandra Clark, a chiropractor, acupuncturist and nutritionist, said they are holding the classes to “dispel confusion” and teach people a better way to remain healthy by using various oils.
“The reason that I want to do this is because our economy is so unstable and there are so many people that are either out of work or facing no insurance, or questionable health care,” Clark said.
She said she feels an intense need for individuals to take responsibility in their own well-being.
Dianne Samueloff, who is teaching the class with Clark, said she wants to hold the classes to share her oils and information for those who are interested. She explained that she wants to educate individuals of the many benefits the oils have, along with how to use them.
The first Young Living Essential Oil class was held Jan. 13 for six individuals who were interested in learning more about the 100 percent therapeutic grade oils, which are pure, distilled and natural.
“It is a natural, pure option for healing and good health,” Samueloff said. “When there are no chemicals, you are getting a pure, natural healing product. I see the oils as God’s natural healing product.”
She explained that the first class had a question-and-answer period to try to meet the needs of the group because everyone attends with a different focus. Lavender, peppermint, thieves, frankincense, lemon, purification, peace and calming, panaway and valor are among the Everyday Oils that will be discussed during the meeting.
“There are lots of good oils for everybody,” Samueloff said.
Clark said those oils can be compared to a first aid kit because of their multiple uses.
The essential oils have been around since humans came into existence, Clark explained, adding that their healing properties have been documented and referred to hundreds of times in the Bible and other ancient religious texts.
“Oftentimes they were the most precious commodities individuals had and they were extremely valuable,” Clark said.
The essential oils offer multi-facade healing, which has an effect on emotions, ability to function and the health of an individual.
Clark said there are many reasons why individuals experience pains, which can be treated with essential oils instead of through prescribed medications.
“There are many reasons to me why they are so effective,” she said about the oils that can last for a very long time. “Oils work very, very fast and they are very economically feasible because it takes one drop.”
Samueloff said it takes three seconds for the oils to kick into gear if they are inhaled and 22 seconds for the oils to enter the cells in our skin.
Clark said the oils can also be used for animals, since veterinarian care is “getting just as expensive as human health care.”
The classes are open to the public and anybody can attend.
The class will also have some products available if individuals are interested in purchasing them.
Samueloff has a booth set up every Saturday at the Cape Coral Farmer’s Market to showcase the oils and answer any questions individuals may have.
For more information, contact Clark at (239) 565-6997 or Dr.SandraClark@gmail.com.
Gary Young began Young Living Essential Oils in 1989 on a one-quarter-acre plot of land in Spokane, Wash., where he grew sage, clary sage, lavender, bergamot, tarragon and German chamomile. Since then he has added farms and distilleries in Utah, Idaho, France, Yemen and Ecuador.
The essential oils are found in various shrubs, flowers, trees, roots, bushes and seeds.