Best Western Jacó Beach, All Inclusive Resort

Best Western Jacó Beach, All Inclusive Resort
Pastor Diaz Ave, Puntarenas Province, Jaco Beach, Costa Rica
+506 2643 1000

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Skimble’s Free Workout of the Week: Big Bis (by Trainer Connie Kowal)

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Grab some dumbbells and let’s get down to business! With this short burst of exercises, you’ll hit all major arm muscles.

This workout was created by Skimble Trainer: Connie Kowal. She is currently accepting new clients for Online Personal Training, so head on over to her profile in Workout Trainer and tap ‘Start 1:1 Training’ to get help from a dedicated expert.

Workout Trainer by Skimble: Free Workout of the Week: Big Bis by Connie KowalDo you have a fitness resolution? Make progress towards achieving your goals with Skimble’s top fitness apps and supportive community. If you’re new to Skimble, our Workout of the Week challenges offer you fresh ways to be fit. Download Workout Trainer on your Android & Apple devices and do your first workout! Remember, if you want to stay up-to-date with our Workout of the Week challenges, be sure to have your Workout Trainer notifications turned ON in the app!

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Sacred & Blessing Herbs ~ Smudging

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Smudging

The act of smudging is done with a smudge bowl or Abalone Shell with the appropriate herbs directly lit or burned on a coal or Charcoal Tablet. When using charcoal tablets, the bowl or shell should be filled with sand or a flat stone to prevent overheating the container. Smudging is also done with herbs tied in bundles called Smudge Sticks. In either case the smoke is ‘washed’ over the person or object with a Feather or by fanning the smoke with one’s hand.

To do a blessing of a person, begin by looking into the eyes of the person for a moment to ‘greet’ them, fan the smoke first at their heart and then up to the right side (your left) of the person’s head, moving around clockwise (sun-wise), gently washing them with the smoke. Continue brushing smoke down over their left shoulder and the length…

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