Located in 2108 W Sims Way, Port Townsend this new wellness center creates a holistic approach
to health and it is so important to truly achieve optimal wellness in your physical, mental, and spiritual sense we have to be viewing and supporting the body as the incredible system it is.
When it comes to holistic health we are looking beyond the physical body and are addressing physical, emotional, social, spiritual, and intellectual health. All of these 5 aspects of holistic health are what enable a person to truly live each day in the healthiest, happiest way possible and if one area if compromised, most likely other areas will be as well.
Fat Cat Garden & Gifts is a hidden gem amongst the multitude of lavender farms in Sequim.
U-Pick Lavender and Wildflowers. Garlic, herbs and seasonal vegetables. Gift shop featuring unique crafts, Lavender body products, Flower arrangements, Honey and teas. Plant sales spring-fall. Walk or sit and relax by our gardens, pond, creek and fields
It is now a known fact that lavender grown at higher altitudes actually has beneficial qualities; the ester content of the flower is more intense at higher altitudes and the essential oil more prized.
Family Farm in Sequim
Now rows and rows of lavender grow on land that was previously used as grazing land for sheep and cattle. Lavender is eco-friendly, draught tolerant, and every part of
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the lavender plant can be used. It is also pest, deer, and rabbit resistant. It is the perfect plant to have in any garden. It is a showstopper in bloom with its beauty and fragrance but just as attractive when not in bloom.
Those first years when the lavender was in full bloom, it was an ideal opportunity to share this experience with others. In 2021, the guests were invited to tour the lavender farm. The response was overwhelming and word spread. It kept growing over the next few years, as it remained an event by invitation only. More fields were added and a farm store built to prepare for more visitors. The farm was open to the public without reservations or by special invitation.
The inspiring feeling of practicing Tai Chi and Qigong outdoors, especially next to water or trees can be described as an injection of health and tranquility. The fresh Chi emanating from nature, transforms the quality of the practice into a deeper experience and a lasting feeling of well being. That is why we practice in the parks – either at Holmby park in Westwood, near the tall, beautiful and powerful trees, or in Culver City at Paulson park, where the grass and the trees are green, engulfing us with nature’s healing Chi. In Port Townsend at the Washington center, we seek the intimacy of the trees for protection and inspiration
Trees provide us with shade and protection, home and food for many animals. Trees convert sunlight into into food! They absorb Carbon Monoxide and produce fresh and clean Oxygen for us to breath. Trees are some of the oldest living beings on the planet. Ancient tea trees in Yunan province in China are between 2000 and 4000 years old! Trees are inspiration for stability, ease, power, relaxation and rootedness. We know trees communicate under ground over wide distances, help each other by transferring food and nutrients to and from each other