Aromatherapy is the art and science of capturing the amazing calming and confidence building benefits one receives from the aromatic essential oils that come from natural plant materials. The foundation of your mental game begins with your trust and confidence in your swing. When you trust your swing, you build confidence in your game and play your best golf.
A unique treatment before AND after your golf game. I rub this special blend of essential oils on your neck, shoulders & back, providing relaxation and relief of tight, stressed muscles. “Golf Joy” essential oil blend contains Bergamot, ylang-ylang, clary sage, cedar wood and other essential oils. A few sniffs of Golf Joy before you play can help improve any part of your game where stress, anxiety, fear and lack of confidence may cause you to perform below your true self level.
How? The scent travels across your olfactory nerves located inside your nose and then up into the part of the brain that controls your moods, memories and your ability to learn. This area is called the Limbic System and when stimulated it releases endorphins, neurotransmitters and other beneficial chemicals that affect your blood pressure, heart rate, breathing, memory, stress levels and hormone balance. This is why the essential oils in the Golf Joy blend have such a powerful, positive effect on your mood and general state of mind.
Improve your swing with Golf Joy today!
Golf Joy Aroma Therapy Blend and treatments are provided to you exclusively by Cynthia Joy Maurice. Contact Cynthia to reserve her for your next tournament. Golf Joy treatments can be complimentary and tips are always accepted. Each treatment lasts 5-15 minutes. 843-465-7138; Cynthia@thejoys.us
This article is written by Cynthia Joy Maurice. Cynthia is a Life Design & Holistic Wellness Specialist. For your convenience she provides consultations and services at 4 locations in the Myrtle Beach, SC area; as well as in the comfort of your home or online. To contact Cynthia, please call 843-465-7138 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
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