Natural Pure Essential Oils 10ml
Time to set the mood of the room/yoga space with the essential oils
that will affect all the senses whether diffuse them,
spray the room, or simply put few drops on your skin.
- Essential oils were proven to help with cancer treatment, skin issues, respiratory issues, migraines, and heart issues.
- Essential oils can boost the immune system and improve the inner functioning of the body.
- Your students will not only have an aromatizing environment to practice in, but they’ll become progressively healthier as they attend more of your classes.
1. Frankincense Oil
Frankincense is the most popular essential oil for yoga studios. It’s suitable for any yoga studio as it has relaxing properties and is ideal for meditation purposes. Frankincense is the go-to oil for a neutral, light smell that everyone likes.
2. Sandalwood Oil
Sandalwood is similar to Frankincense as a general-purpose oil that is ideal for relaxation and meditative purposes. Sandalwood has properties that help students relax and engage with the yoga practice. It’s one of the most effective essential oils for promoting focus and concentration during the exercise.
Sandalwood is also ideal for relieving stress, making it the best oil for night practices. If you have students who come cranky after work, Sandalwood will relax them and reduce their cortisol levels. I grew up in south India, where sandalwood is abundant, and I absolutely adore the smell of sandalwood.
3. Rose Oil
Benefits: Higher self-image.
Rose oil is very popular as a perfume due to its rich and powerful scent. It’s is ideal for morning classes because it exudes an aroma that improves students’ self-confidence.
Rose oil is associated with flowers and love, and it can help your students connect in the studio and open up to new lessons. If you teach during the morning hours, you should consider using rose oil for your sessions.
4. Orange Oil
Benefits: Wonderful smell.
Here’s a big surprise: orange oil smells like orange.
There’s a reason people love the taste of raw oranges and orange juice: it smells lovely!
Sprinkle a few drops of orange oil onto the mats, and your students will feel a pleasant smell that uplifts their mood. Orange is known to boost concentration and focus because it directly activates the endorphin centers of the brain.
5. Lemon Oil
Benefits: Increase energy at the studio.
Lemon oil has powerful aromatic properties similar to that of orange oil. However, it’s more geared towards teachers who prefer a lighter smell.
Lemon oil can boost the energy of your students and improve their self-esteem, which makes them concentrate better throughout the lessons. If you want to increase the energy of the room, lemon should be your go-to oil.
6. Lavender Oil
Lavender oil has relaxing properties, and many yoga studio owners use it for meditation purposes.
Lavender carries the same spiritual benefits as Frankincense and Sandalwood oil because it helps students relax and creates a peaceful environment for practicing yoga. If you want to slow down the tempo of the room and enhance the relaxing atmosphere, Lavender oil is your best bet.
7. Ylang-Ylang Oil
Benefits: Reduce anger and stress.
Ylang-Ylang is a secret of many yoga teachers who teach advanced students that struggle with specific asanas. If you have a more demanding base of students who struggle often, they may get frustrated and angry. You need something that helps them alleviate their negative emotions and effectively release their energy.
Ylang-Ylang is known to release tension in the body, making it ideal for boosting flexibility and improving exercise performance. To relieve the stress in your body, apply some Ylang-Ylang, and let your spirit guide you.
8. Peppermint Oil
Benefits: Improves breathing.
Peppermint oil has a more minty taste, and that’s why many people use it in chewing gum and tea. It also has a strong effect on the neck, and it can also alleviate respiratory issues, making it ideal for meditation and yoga practice.
Yoga is not only about asanas; it’s also about your breathing technique, and specific techniques require a lot of breath control and strength. If you struggle with respiratory issues, or you have students that you want to teach breathing techniques to, consider using Peppermint oil for your classes.
9. Clary Sage Oil
Clary sage oil comes from beautiful purple flowers. It’s ideal for relaxing yoga sessions and increasing your inner peace. If you want to set a relaxing environment, give Clary sage a try.
10. Cedarwood Oil
Benefits: Natural scent
Cedarwood can enhance your connection with nature and allow you to experience a perfect mind-body connection. It contains powerful earthy properties that exude a forest scent and is one of the best essential oils to recreate an authentic yoga experience in the closed studio environment.
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