With a passion for helping people live healthier lives, Racine residents Christina LeRose and Corrine Baer just started Essentially Free Living at The Office at 410 Main. LeRose and Baer want to teach people about the benefits of essential oils, supplements, and a wide range of natural products. The company formation is an extension of their rolls as wellness advocates for Doterra, which manufactures natural products. “I am passionate about living free: Free of toxins, free of medications,” LeRose said. “We want time, freedom, and financial freedom.” LeRose and Baer have already hosted a number of classes on the benefits of essential oils at The Office at 410 Main, a co-working space that just opened. LeRose said it was important for her to be in downtown Racine because she loves “all things local.” “Instead of living in the problems that exist in all towns, we want to be part of the solution,” she said. “We love to network with other small businesses, and our location offers that component. We love the cool industrial vibe, uncluttered, yet inspiring. We have found ourselves being extremely productive, and have begun the process of branding ourselves and establishing an online presence in the short time we’ve been there.” People who participate in Essentially Free Living classes can expect to learn about the wellness pyramid and steps that they can take to begin to walk towards total wellness naturally, LeRose said. “We offer a wide range of amazing pure products and wide range of workshops that address emotional wellness, physical wellness, exercising, reducing toxic load, and informed, proactive self care for people of all ages and abilities,” she said. The company also hopes to help others become wellness advocates with Doterra. But what makes Essentially Free Living different is the people. “We are all moving forward together with the same goals in mind,” LeRose said. “We want our families to be empowered. To be able to reach for a natural solution and be proactive with medical care. We know that illness is expensive, and that with the right tools, wellness can be achieved for so much less.” To make an appointment, contact LeRose at (262) 498-0270 or Baer at (262) 417-5301. Editor’s note: New business spotlight is a weekly feature. If you have a new business, please submit your information by filling out this form. http://racinecountyeye.com/newsdesk/holiday-jam-treasure-hunt-game-starts-nov-21/      

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