FRIDAY OCTOBER 13TH bringing light to the scary topic of breast cancer

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Day (or evening) of Wellness celebrating breast health!

Each one of us knows or will know someone affected by breast cancer. Let’s honor them and ourselves and be proactive with our wellness care in this arena.

Our time begins with a steam sauna (near-infrared light experience at the evening event) and skin brushing, you’ll receive mitts and learn a routine to continue at home, plus a local healing kelp clay mask.
You’ll receive more details about the specifics once you register or e.mail me with your questions.
We’ll enjoy organic teas and snacks aligned for breast health while we discuss risk factors and what can be done about our individual levels. Awareness and proactivity are key.
We’ll learn a massage routine including acupressure and reflexology points specific to breast, chest and liver health. You’ll receive a 10ml essential oil blend for breast health made with doTERRA oils.
We’ll also discuss foods and lifestyle habits to increase or decrease for cancer prevention and healing.
We’ll talk about how to use thermography as a complimentary tool for information without harm to the body.

Let’s connect, share our stories and love of the good health we deserve by honoring the bodies we have and empowering ourselves with prevention and healing tools.

FRIDAY OCTOBER 13th – bringing light to the scary topic of breast cancer!

DAYTIME EVENT at North Fork 53 Communitea Wellness in Nehalem
Cost: $80
Time: 10:00 – 1:30

EVENING EVENT at Pauseful Massage and Botanicals in Manzanita
Cost: $60
Time: 5:30 – 8:00


BRING A FRIEND!! It’s the breast way to celebrate!!

Who am I? Time and Tide Health Coaching is Elizabeth Golden Seaver “Libby”
I’m a certified health coach and was a bodyworker and birth doula for the past 25 years. My life has been touched deeply by breast cancer in knowing a few people who’ve dealt with it and have had my own diagnosis and consequent healing (always in progress 😉 I also had a sister who passed from metastatic breast cancer. I know I have her permission to share her story of what not to do and I feel her helping me complete the story she wanted to tell, one of remission and no evidence of disease. Please join me in celebrating continued good health…