Stephanie has a very successful midwifery practice in Arizona since 2000. She began utilizing essential oils with her clients and their babies as a natural health solution in 2008. Since then she has watched her clients’ health and comfort increase dramatically.
She loves to share how these powerful plant extracts can empower you whether you are a midwife, doula, mom or just someone who wants to take control of your health in a natural way.
Stephanie is a Midwife, Author, Public Speaker, and Therapeutic Gemstone Practitioner.
My Most Popular Blog Posts
Deep Blue will be your best friend in pregnancy because it is an amazing soothing solution for muscles and joint discomforts. It is a blend of wintergreen, camphor, peppermint, blue tansy, blue chamomile, helichrysum, and osmanthus that all work together to soothe and relax muscles and ease achy joints. Its effects are deep and penetrating […]
Gemstones, with their powerful energies and profound relationship with the human body, are the perfect energy wellness tools. Like other forms of energy wellness, gemstone energy wellness uses the body’s inherent healing force to nourish and heal us in multiple ways. Each type of gemstone embodies a unique energy that can focus and amplify this […]
I often wake up a little stuffy in the morning and I diffuse eucalyptus in the bathroom to help clear it out while I’m showering and getting ready for my day. I’m not one to spend too much time in the shower, but when I heard about this cool shower disk I was excited […]
Looking for a boost of positive energy? Diffusing Douglas fir and grapefruit is positively amazing together. Not only can this combo help with clear easy breathing, but they are super motivating when there’s a job to get done. There’s no magic recipe, just put 2-3 drops of each in your diffuser and enjoy.
Ginger is an amazing oil because of its effective digestive properties. Whether we’re talking about an upset tummy or severe nausea in pregnancy, ginger has been used for thousands of years as an effective digestive aid. It comes from the same family as cardamom and they both actually block the nausea receptors in the brain. […]