Get Moving: An Essential Oils for Yoga Blend + DIY

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Re-Start: Get Moving Diffuser Blend DIY

Re-Start: Get Moving Diffuser Blend DIY

January is almost over. At this point, it’s easy to get discouraged with your New Year’s resolutions and give up altogether. Don’t lose heart! Essential oils can give you the boost you need to re-start and stick with your goals. The Get Moving Diffuser Blend combines the citrusy aromas of Orange Sweet and Lemon Tea Tree with the herbaceous scents of Rosemary and Balm Mint Bush. Diffuse this blend to give yourself the boost of energy and mental clarity you need to stick with your goals.

Re-Start: Get Moving Diffuser Blend DIY

Get Moving Diffuser Blend

What you’ll need:

5 drops Orange Sweet
3 drops Lemon Tea Tree
1 drop Rosemary 1,8-Cineole
1 drop Balm Mint Bush

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What you’ll do:

Add essential oils to your diffuser to promote a boost of energy and mental clarity.

75 thoughts on “Re-Start: Get Moving Diffuser Blend DIY”

  1. Coming off from a 5-day weekend is hard to get moving! I’m going to try this blend & hopefully it’ll get me going with cleaning & doing loads of laundry! Thank you!

  2. This has been a long, cloudy, rainy, cold and snowy winter. This is exactly what I need! Thank you

  3. This has been a LONG winter cloudy, rainy, cold and snow since October! This sounds like exactly what I need! TY

  4. Thanks for another great selection of oils to blend together! I’ll really need to try this one out. I’m starting a part-time home health care position and some are late afternoon’s when I need a boost of energy! so looking forward to making this to wear in my diffuser bracelet!

  5. I have been sick and just now starting to feel better. I can’t wait to try this blend. I need the energy to start walking again .

  6. This looks awesome, I love lemon tea tree and balm mint bush! I can’t wait to try it I’ll probably have to make a whole bottle.

  7. I love waking up to the smell of citrus in the morning! I will be adding these to my order soon. What citrus oil could be added to my younger glo oil which i use every morning?

  8. I was dragging this morning and putting off the day. Saw this and made and have it diffusing. Had to make the substitution of 2 drops lemon , 1 drop tea tree, and spearmint for Balm Mint Bush, but it smells amazing, Feeling more upbeat already!

  9. With two young boys I am in frequent need of an energizing restart!
    (And yes I’m aware this will need some kidsafe substitution)

  10. Will have to try this, will sub out the lemon tea tree with lemon essence, almost time to go work out! Will make this diffuser blend a part of my new routine!

  11. I just got my balm mint and am already in love with it. Orange is also one of my top favorites combined with mint so I’m looking forward to trying this blend.

  12. I’ll ask what others have- is there a recommended substitution for Balm Mint Bush? With the new return policy requiring sending oils back, then having to wait for a new one [ it is soo hard sometimes 😉 ] I am being more careful in what oils I purchase from PT. Thanks for your suggestions- I could really use a ‘hit restart and get moving’ blend. Keep well.

    1. As part of the mint family, Balm Mint Bush can be substituted for other mint oils, like Spearmint. However, Tea Tree is another excellent substitution choice if you don’t have any mints 🙂

  13. This blend sounds amazing! Too bad I only currently have one of those oils. The others are going on my list for my next order!

    1. Yes! If you put this blend in a 10 mL roll-on bottle (with a carrier of course!), the dilution rate will be a bit higher than 3% — making it safe to use topically 🙂

  14. I have mint balm but I haven’t even taken the cap off it as I didn’t know what to use it for. This is perfect. Thank you. I could use some motivation in these dark days.

    1. Beverly, Lemon Tea Tree can be substituted for a few different oils in this blend! You can try Lemon, Lime, May Chang, Lemongrass, or Lemon Eucalyptus. Each has that fresh and bright citrus scent and they’re great for supporting energy 🙂

  15. I noticed some of these aren’t KidSafe. Does that mean I shouldn’t diffuse them around my kids, or just that I shouldn’t use them topically?

    1. Whitney, we don’t recommend diffusing this around children as the Lemon Tea Tree and the Rosemary can cause irritation. However, you can make some KidSafe substitutions! Lemon Tea Tree can be substituted with Lemon or Lemon Eucalyptus (both KidSafe!), and Rosemary can be substituted with Coriander Seed or Petitgrain (KidSafe!). I hope this helps, but if you need more information, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our aromatherapists at [email protected] 🙂

  16. Omg how perfect! My resolition was to do yoga daily- then my house was hit with a cold bug and i barely got off the couch daily. This is just what i needed to get back into it! Thank you!!

  17. Some motivation to get moving is much needed in this house! Thank you for this lovely blend, will be going in the diffuser each morning!

  18. Thank you for another great idea! I just purchased lemon tea tree during the sales and I haven’t used it yet. Can’t wait to try this out.

  19. Anything that works to get us moving whether dancing, doing Yoga, Pilates, walking , or cleaning. Thank you for this great blend idea! #iloveplanttherapy

  20. Orange and lemon are two of my favorite scents. I haven’t purchased rosemary yet. I will have to look into other purposes for it. Thanks for another great blend suggestion.

  21. We’re currently decluttering and we’re in the cleaning mood, so this is perfect to keep us motivated. I love recipes like these! I also think it’s neat we can click the link and add them all to our cart. Keep these type of blog posts coming!

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