Top 5 Resources for Information on Complementary Health Practices

One of the most important aspects of using complementary healthcare to augment traditional therapy is self-education. The biggest problem a sorting out the unlimited online information.

Over the last few years on my journey, I have found I come back to the same resources continuously.   So I wanted to share some of my favorite with you.

Please note by clicking on some of these links you are helping me support my wn complementary health practices.

1. Young Living Essential Oils

Started in 1994, Young Living has become a billion dollar company and a world leader in therapeutic grade essential oils.  Their Seed to seal promise is what sets them apart from other companies.  Visiting one of the farms is an unforgettable experience.

2. Abundant Health

From books to bottles and more, Abundant Health is a great essential oils support resource. My favorite is their mobile app which can be downloaded here. I use it daily to look up information.

3. YogaDownload

Online Yoga Class

When so can’t make it to a studio, this is the next best place!!  Especially useful when traveling for work.  Thousands of online classes for as little as $10/month make it affordable and never boring.

4. Live and Dare Meditation Course

A fantastic and affordable course that is self paced and can be accessed for a lifetime after initial enrollment. This course will walk you through breathing, mantras, chakras, and how to focus on loving-kindness.


The National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) is the Federal Government’s lead agency for scientific research on complementary and integrative health approaches. 1 of the 27 institutes and centers that make up the National Institutes of Health (NIH) within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.  They are a wealth of information on all kinds of complementary practices.

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