Essential Oils Training Center Opens in Fort Myers
I Love Oils, Inc., will host a grand opening of its training center from 3 to 6 p.m., January 2, at 17030 Alico Commerce Court, Suite 303, in Fort Myers. Free monthly basic and advanced classes will begin later this month. Attendees will learn about essential oils, powerful extracts derived from flowers, trees and other plants that have been used for centuries as food flavoring and for beauty and health care. Students will learn how oils can be used for a wide range of emotional and physical wellness needs.
Co-owners Peter and Susie Bagwell previously ran an innovative day spa in the Detroit area that used oils to enhance massage services and offered wellness programs to help patrons enjoy the oils at home after each visit. They moved to Fort Myers in 2010, where Susie ran an essential oil business.
For more information, call 586-604-3500, email Susie@ILoveOils.com or visit ILoveOils.com.
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