• Natural Perfume & Aromatherapy Workshop

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  • 11 August 16:00 - 18:00
  • From Plant to Perfume...
    Natural Perfume & Aromatherapy Workshop at Glasgow Botanic Gardens, Scotland, UK

    Make your own unique & completely natural, organic perfume, with the finest quality essential oils. Experience & learn about the aromatic ingredients, where they come from & how they can support health & well-being in this practical, sensual workshop.

    "This workshop is truly unique, fun and well worth treating yourself to if you want to smell and feel totally gorgeous! " Heather Hardy

    Date: Saturday 11th August, 2018

    Time: 2pm - 5pm

    Venue: Kibble Palace*, Glasgow Botanic Gardens, South Wing, 730 Great Western Road, Glasgow G12 OUE

    *The workshop takes place in the south wing of the Kibble Palace glass house which has a 'Canary Island' theme, so the temperature is kept at 18 degrees - for more details on the beautiful venue see the website: www.glasgowbotanicgardens.com

    Cost: £45 - Price includes 1 x 10ml bespoke natural roll on perfume blend to take home, using the highest quality organic oils. There will be a short break during the workshop with fragrant tea and healthy snacks provided.

    Extra Perfumes: If you would like to make more perfumes (they make unique christmas gifts) you can pay an extra £7 on the day (bespoke perfumes usually £15).

    Testimonial

    “I have just attended one of Laura’s workshops where we made our own perfumes using her essential oils with the support of her wealth of knowledge on the oil’s properties and the best way to blend the oils we individually chose to make up. It was such a beautiful morning, Laura is a great facilitator allowing us to be led to make our own choices entirely – all the perfumes we made were so unique to each individual person – no doubt responding to our particular needs at the time. I came away with two beautiful perfume blends and a great respect for Laura’s knowledge and her gentle presence. Thank you Laura.” Debra S, Australia