Dry Brushing and Aromatic Salt Scrubs

Body Brushing

Dry body brushing    –  a great way to improve  your  skin! It helps   both  vascular   blood  circulation and lymphatic drainage.   By releasing toxins,  it  encourages  the  body’s discharge of metabolic wastes  so the  body is able to run  more effectively. It  stimulates the nerve endings in the skin and rejuvenates  the  nervous   system. It helps with

Honey Myrtle

Honey Myrtle

This week I was reminded of an oil that I don’t use very often. It came up as one of the oils in the synergy I was creating for my client and I was reminded of what an interesting oil it is. Honey Myrtle (Melaleuca teretifolia), belonging to the Myrtaceae family, is a shrub which

Anniversary Celebrations

Thank You

Time to celebrate!  April 2016 marks the 17th anniversary WCIA has been in business! Over the years I have had the privilege of working with over 1500 students and it has been an incredible learning experience for me.  Finding the right answers to their questions has often caused me to think, clarify, articulate and sometimes



Did you know? …… There are a couple of theories as to how Angelica got its name.  One suggest that it is become the plant blooms on May 8, the feast day of St. Michael the Archangel.  Another suggests that it comes from the Greek ‘angelos‘ meaning ‘messenger’.  It is said that an angel appeared to

Easter 2016


Christians consider Easter to be the most important annual religious feast in their liturgical year, starting with Maundy (Holy) Thursday, commemorating Jesus’s Last Supper, followed by Good Friday, which remembers his crucifixion and ending with Easter Sunday celebrating his resurrection; while the Easter Bunny and Easter Eggs can be traced back to pagan celebrations. Whatever