Introducing The Emotional Freedom Box for July! - Magic Hour

Introducing The Emotional Freedom Box for July!

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Zhena shares a colorful cup of Ceremonial Matcha with Lori Leyden, PhD, MBA, our Magician for the Emotional Freedom Box shipping on July 5th!

About Lori Leyden:

Our Magician for July, Lori, is an internationally known trauma healing professional who uses EFT/Tapping in her work. She will teach Magic Hour subscription members how to tap as a ritual of self-care.

She founded the non-profit Create Global Healing and established Project LIGHT: Rwanda – the world’s first international youth healing, heart-centered leadership and entrepreneurship program. 

Follow Lori:

https://lorileyden.com/

https://www.createglobalhealing.org/


About Magic Hour Ceremonial Matcha:
Ceremonial Matcha has been revered for centuries as the quintessential ingredient for sacred tea ceremony. (We also like to think of it as "magical fairy dust" that dances on your tongue.) Matcha's combination of caffeine and L-theanine has been shown to elevate mood and optimize brain function, enhancing working memory & cognitive performance. It also acts as a prebiotic, food for the beneficial digestive bacteria tied to healthy immunity.


To learn more and become a Club Magic Hour member, please visit: https://join.clubmagichour.com/

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