Around the world, beauty rituals have signifigant cultural and spiritual ceremony. In Western practice, however, it has become something else we squeeze into a lunch hour-- as much of a chore as an oil change. For many people, it is the one small semi-regular act of self-care they may practice.
As one of the only professions that touches another other humans without gloves, we often forget the impact that can have, and the unspoken energies at play while this exchange is taking place. The purpose of this gathering is to create awareness and empower beauty service professionals with tools and understanding of how energy work WORKS in the setting of our industry.
We will talk theory, tools, and practices that will empower you and your guests. You will walk away with a better understanding of why and how energy is being exchanged, how to maintain a clean and clear environment for you and your guests (and I’m not talking about State Board standards) practices to ground and clear yourself, and how to manage responsible boundaries and handle some of the sticky stuff that comes up as a person is processing and releasing while in your care.
• Are you feeling keenly aware that there is an opportunity for deep transformation available that goes way beyond the treatment being perfomed?
• Are you feeling a little energetically spent (like-- TAPPED OUT) at the end of the day and don’t know why?
• Has the glint of a CrystalComb caught your eye and you want to know what in the WORLD you do with a tool like that?
• Are you ready to incorporate holistic modalities into your existing business and don’t know where to start?
Join me as we explore how we can serve beyond the service.
This is a full day workshop with a one hour break for lunch.
Please reserve promptly as space is extremely limited.
Andi Scarbrough bio:
More than 15 years ago, I began a passionate romance with hairdressing; 10 years of which has been spent in beauty industry education. I discovered there was a specific stream of conversation I found myself having both in the classroom and the salon, and it had way more to do with the humans BEING in our chairs than the techniques we were practicing on them. One thing became evident as a through line from the classrooms I facilitated to my own experiences behind the chair: There is WAY more happening here than just a haircut.
In 2007, I first began practicing Reiki, ebbing and flowing on my own spiritual journey, I studied different aspects of my Christian roots, as well many other faiths, including Shamanism and Pagan rituals. In 2015, I enrolled in the University of Santa Monica’s Spiritual Psychology program. This lead me down a sometimes surprising road to additional courses of study including dream interpretation, intuitive mentorship programs, a certification in ministry, life coaching, and practice of native rituals; a list which continues to expand. These years of learning and self-exploration have served to both illuminate and reconcile what seemed like unrelated areas of interest into an aligned journey.
These recent years have pushed my work to an even deeper, more expansive love of the beauty industry. Realizing the the full potential of the intentional connections we experience every day led me to curate highly specialized offerings to share with my clients and colleagues. With CrownWorks, an opportunity arises to give space to the emotional and spiritual needs of clients, bringing meaning and ceremony back into their beauty rituals.