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Inspired Health Energy Medicine is a Holistic based wellness hub created out of Joy and Love and with a vision to bring conscious awareness to you through Powerful Energy Medicine & Coaching Sessions, Private Classes & Group Workshops.

If you are faced with physical illness, emotional turmoil, loss of a loved one, career-related stress and want to grow spiritually these sessions & programs will provide you with the boost you need to successfully move through your life transitions.
Immerse yourself in restorative, healing treatments and educational workshops and get on a path to maintain and increase your well being with consistent support through private sessions, talks, workshops & classes. Unique online and in person programs we help you focus your intentions, reclaim your health, your energy, and your life.
This is a platform to help you move to the next step of evolution and live life with joy, compassion and love as we all learn how to heal ourselves and others.

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Saturday, December 26, 2015

Sweet Holiday Memories - DIY for your home

Holidays bring back fond memories of clove & cinnamon smells, simmering spice pots, cookies baking, the fresh scent of a pine Christmas tree as you stroll past it and just christmas scents all around the house.
Some of these smells came from crafts my mother and I started long before Christmas in preparation for the busier holiday weeks as well as getting ready for advent and and all the wonderful customs that it entailed which we needed to be ready for ahead of time.
A few of these things we still carry on in my family now, and while they are so easy to put together and fun to do with your kids they bring back these memories of sweet holiday magic.
There is still time to create some clove oranges and let the intoxicating smell fill your house, simmer a pot of holiday spices to keep the spirits going and other fun activities that help carry the spirit into the New Year.
Maybe some of these will become a new holiday practice for your family.

Clove oranges

My mom and I made clove oranges early in November as it helps to keep them in a paper bag for a couple of weeks to ferment, but any time is a great time for this potent smell. The spicy citrus aroma of clove oranges is intoxicating, and they’re decorative as well. You can create all kinds of designs with the cloves and five spice anise stars. Typically we did tend to create stars and crosses on our oranges but anything goes; use your imagination. It does help to wear some thin gloves while you are punching the clove stems into the orange cause after a while your thumbs start feeling it. But take care - juicy oranges will drip a mess.
Take a whole orange and poke some holes into the rind with a toothpick or pin, and insert individual cloves into each hole—as many as you’d like! If you’re really crafty, you can be creative and decorate the fruit with different holiday designs. When done, use a ribbon and poke a hole in the middle of the orange threading the ribbon all the way to the bottom and making a knot or bow at the bottom of the fruit to secure the ribbon in place, while creating a small loop at the top of the fruit. You can even just wrap the ribbon around the orange and place it in your fruit bowl.
Hang the orange from your chandelier, or pot rack or wherever you wish around the house to permeate the air with this delectable scent. You can even hang them from your tree! Enjoy this amazing smell around the house!

Christmas cookie scent

To create a sweet, oven-baked scent without baking, combine handfuls of cinnamon, allspice, cloves, nutmeg and half of a vanilla bean into a pot and simmer in water.
This year, I also made some holiday oils, where Ii combined the above spices in olive oil and let them simmer on the stove all day long and sniffed their aroma in the house. Some of the oil I bottled and gave as gifts to friends to use at their home. It makes a beautiful presentation and smells delicious!

Christmas spirit spray

For me Christmas is so much about the smells around the house. In this spritzer take your favorite essential oils to create what is meaningful to you. The following combination is something that we enjoy around our house and continues creating sweet memories. Orange, Cinnamon, and Fir or Pine makes create a perfect blend of holiday spirit! Find a beautiful glass spritzer jar that you may have laying around (avoid plastic spritzer bottles as the essential oil will disintegrate the plastic) pour in a dilution of 1:5 alcohol and distilled water (vodka or ever clear will work) and add drops of essential oil until it pleases your senses.  Less is more, so start with a few  drops and add on as you need to. A good starting point is 4 drops of orange oil, 3 drops of cinnamon, 3 drops of pine or fir. Mix well by shaking the bottle and spritz around the house as often as you'd like. Enjoy!

I wish you and your family a wonderful Holiday Season, filled with sweet memories around your loved ones. 

Christmas Blessings!
Corinna ♥

Thursday, December 3, 2015

DIY workshop next week: Let's make some gifts for the Holidays!



First off, life has been super busy and eventful so I apologize for the late notice on this.

If you are looking to finish up your holiday gift list, this will be a great opportunity to create flavorful items that are sure to enhance any cook's pantry!

The next workshop has been scheduled for:
Monday, December 7th
at 5:00 pm at 
Pathways Holistic Center, 134 Harvard Street, Fort Collins, CO. 

I decided to have this workshop early in the month, instead of the usual 3rd Monday,  so I can show you how to make some items that you can give away as gifts if you so choose to. This time around we will be making Herb Infused Vinegar  and some Herb Infused Oils if the time allows. If you have small bottles which you would like to use, feel free to bring those along. For the class I will be supplying the drip kind, long skinny 12 oz bottles, for the vinegar and I will be providing the herbs and vinegar of course.

I will open up 10 spots for this, so sign up as soon as you can. 
Since I have all the materials I will keep registration open until 2 days before the class, (usually registration closes a week before), but I need to know if you are coming to hold your space.
So RSVP asap please and I look forward to seeing you next week.
Let's have some fun :-)

Corinna
P.s. If you are not a member of Meetup.com, creating an account is really easy and free. There are hundreds of Meetups in town and you can find lots of groups to meet your interests. RSVPing through this DIY for Home & Health site allows me to know how many people will be attending to make sure I have ample supplies, as well as to communicate with you should there be a change in plans.
Thank you.
On a new note I seem to have trouble connecting to Meetup through my app. If you have the same problem you may RSVP here :-)

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Saturday, November 28, 2015

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Love, Warmth & Kindness.
A few ways to add gratitude to your life.


Giving Warmth this holiday 

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Warm up someone's heart with these easy ways...
                                             at home, at work and everyday!
                   
Each day, give someone you know or don't know a compliment. "Job
    well done", "Nice shoes",  "I love your smile" are small sentences that
    can affect people in big ways :-) 
  Wake up each morning and say "Good Morning Life -I am ready for
     some goodness!" 
Hug your pets and send good vibes to animals that cross your way
    each day. 
Take time each day to be close to nature, take a walk, hug a tree, get
    some sunshine and thank mother earth for her gifts. Our connection to
    the natural world is important for our and the earth's well being.

Call a friend out of the blue and check in on them. Offer your
    friendship and support and share some time together.

Write a note to a family member you haven't seen in a long time
    and remind them how important they are in your life.

Write "love notes" to members of your family and leave them around
    the house for them to find.

Find items no longer useful to you and pass them on. One person's
   discards can be another person's treasure. Donate items to your local
   charities.

Create a family holiday meal with the entire family. Share recipes,
   try something new and experiment together. Everyone can pitch in
   whether you cook, set the table or help clean up. Spend time together
   and lighten the load at the same time.

Donate your time and goods to a local shelter, family in need, elder
   person that could use a hand this holiday season.

Give thanks for the meal, for family time, for friends, for everything
   that is present in your life.
And most of all remember to be grateful for Who You Are, for your
   body, your smile, your talents and your amazing spirit!

I am grateful for your presence in my life. 
I wish you, your family and loved ones a very
Happy Thanksgiving!

 
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Thursday, October 8, 2015

Pendulum 101 - Give Voice to your Intuition!


Pendulum 101 - Give Voice to your Intuition!
How do I use it? Connect with your heart and get answers!  Have you always wanted to know what a pendulum is and how to use it? Need to get some answers to your burning questions? This is you chance to learn about dowsing, experience using a pendulum and understand more about the possibilities of how to use one, with intention, charts and more. This is a hands on workshop and pendulums will be provided for practice in class and for sale.
No previous experience necessary.  90 minutes.  
Thursday, October 15th, 2015        6:00 pm - 7:30 pm                       Energy exchange  $20
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