Are you listening to your mind and body? Do you know what tools and techniques are available to you to help you maximize your health? Today’s episode exposes you to some clear options spiritually, emotionally and physically to help heal and maximize your body’s potential.
Michelle Bardwell is the founder and CEO of Flower Road, an alternative health institute based in Dallas, Texas. Trained in aromatherapy and the use of essential oils and hydrosols, Michelle is a believer in helping people live healthy, happy lives.
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