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Sound Mind & Body

Enhanced by Scented Spaces and Aromatherapy

Cardio – This fragrance has been specially designed to stimulate cardiovascular workouts. Motivating and revitalizing, this blend has antibacterial and respiratory benefits provided by ingredients like fir needle and eucalyptus. This fragrance helps you to breathe deeply, and uses spearmint and ginger to energize and improve concentration. A splash of lemon oil makes this an uplifting blend for any area.

Conditioning – This oil is designed to be diffused in areas where you want to refresh, promote vitality, and reduce mental exhaustion. The uplifting and invigorating properties of bergamot, orange, niaouli, and eucalyptus combine with the calming and focusing benefits of white cypress and black pepper. Conditioning is motivating and strengthening, stimulating your members to get the most out of their workout.

Cooldown – This essential oil is a relaxing blend of orange, mandarin, and sandalwood, combined with the refreshing fragrances of eucalyptus and niaouli. It’s perfect as a part of yoga and meditation classes, or anywhere you want your members to feel centered and calm.

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