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Sound and Vibrational Healing with Ancient Tibetan Singing Bowls

Katherine Hamer is a Certified Singing Bowl teacher, practitioner & artist.
Tub Yoga!
One of my favorite ways to indulge in self-care is to take a nice long epsom salt bath.

The epsom salts (magnesium sulfate) in this stress-relieving bath will draw impurities 
out of your body and help relax your muscles.

2 cups epsom salts
Optional: 5-10 drops your favorite essential oil.
Try lavender to relax, peppermint to energize or eucalyptus if your immune system is down.
Add ingredients to a full, warm or hot bathtub and soak for 20 minutes.
Dim the lights, light a candle & add some peaceful music or a nature sound track for an even deeper relaxing effect. Most skin experts say to soak for 20 minutes to allow the epsom salts to pull the toxins from your pores, but not more than 20 minutes as you risk re-absorbing the impurities.