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Introduction to DoTerra Essential Oils Class

Introduction to DoTerra Essential Oils Class

Simply Pilates

Join me on Friday, the 12th of July 2019 for a simple and fun class sharing the true wonder of DoTerra Essential Oils and how you can use them every day at home and with family.

Topics to be covered include The Doterra Difference as well as Top Ten basic oils to use for your home and family.

The class will be free and open to anyone looking to improve their health naturally!

Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

Introduction to DoTerra Essential Oils Class

Simply Pilates

Michelle Simon-Kuhn invites you to join her at her private studio in Pringle Bay where she shares more than a decade’s worth of experience in the art of Pilates. Diligently work your way toward mastering the proper technique of using your core muscles that will produce dramatic results in your bod...

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