The Eminence training was a great confirmation of how much we have studied the line and its ingredients. There were many quizzes and it was nice to see that we didn't have to look up the answers. The surprising ingredient for me was the Arctic Cloudberry. Since I'm in the second year of Herbalist Apprenticeship (and Kahla Rowan is an amazing teacher), I have a bit of a head start on the herbal ingredients and properties of the plants in the Eminence Organics line. It was fun getting new information.
Tomorrow, Khristen completes her Sugaring Certification Course. Weather delayed her final class day in February and she is looking forward to earning her certificate. Elemental Wellness Spa will be open on Monday. Sugaring is an alternative to Waxing for hair removal.
We will be closed Tuesday the 21st and Wednesday the 22nd, I'll be attending Phase 2 of Reflexology Continuing Education. Having taken Phase 1 in Lafayette, Louisiana in 2013, it will be great to see that Instructor again and to refine technique. My first Reflexology book was at age 6 or 8 at a garage sale. Reflexology was one of my courses in Massage School. After graduating, I attended a Lecture given by Dwight Byers (nephew of Eunice Ingham (Mother of Reflexology)), and a general Continuing Education 6 hour course. Total to date: 43 hours of class time, numerous hours of studying and practice (on family, friends, classmates, and clients), and very much looking forward to adding another 16 hours of class time!