Are you ready to ditch the toxins for good?
We live in a world saturated with untested, dangerous man-made toxins. Cancer, pregnancy complications, hormone disruption, asthma and other illnesses have all been linked to the toxic chemicals found in commercially produced household products. What’s worse is that many of these chemicals are not even listed on the product label, leaving you entirely in the dark about what you are spreading through your home and putting directly on yourself and your children!
All Natural Living is the ebook to start your journey towards a toxic-free home!
Why All Natural Living?
Healthy & Happy Bodies
With 75 non-toxic recipes, you’ll be doing your body a huge favor by ditching dangerous toxins and replacing them with health-friendly ingredients.
These recipes are not only good for your body, they are good for your wallet. These simple recipes are a frugal approach to beauty, home, and living.
So many commercial products have a huge impact on the world. With these recipes you’ll be doing good for everyone. Green living for the win.
What others are saying:
As usual, Robin is right on the mark with great information. I have learned so much about how to improve our simple living and can’t thank her enough! – Carol H.
I used several recipes that I love and I plan on making more. The recipes are super easy and efficient! – Lauren B.
I loved the simple and versatile recipes in the book. Everything is easy to follow and uses ingredients I have on hand. – Megan G.
About the Author: Robin Konie
I’m Robin. I’m the creator of Thank Your Body and author of All Natural Living.
In a nutshell: I love feeling awesome. And I enjoy helping other people feel awesome, too.
I’m a Registered Somatic Movement Therapist (RSMT) and a Certified Laban/Bartenieff Movement Analyst (CLMA). I’m also an avid researcher. With a deep passion and respect for the human body, I have been exploring ways to help others reclaim their personal power and embodied way of knowing through movement, nutrition, and holistic approaches to health.
I have an MFA in Modern Dance from the University of Utah, and have taught dance and somatic-based classes at Brigham Young University, Utah Valley University, and the University of Utah. I have also taught for the internationally recognized Integrated Movement Studies Programs.
Along with my passion for movement and the human body, I have a passion for play and creativity. I love being upside down, creating new dishes in the kitchen, and spending time with my husband and two children.