In 2015, I got a shocking diagnosis by an OBGYN; I had a very rare ovarian deficiency. I still remember sitting in the doctor’s office looking at my lab results as tears streamed down my face while she told me about all of my “surgical options”. At that moment, I told myself this was NOT my story.
I headed to my nearest natural food store in need of chocolate and something, anything, that could help reverse or at least ease the symptoms of this disorder. I wandered down the essential oil aisle and started to browse through the properties of each oil. I knew of the benefits of the oils for mood, as I already used them in my yoga classes, but I wasn’t aware of the hormonal effects. That’s when I dived deep into the wonderful world of aromatherapy. After reading and researching everything I could about therapeutic oils, I started to handcraft the scents right at my dining room table.
I created blends to help balance my hormones, lower my stress levels, and reduce fatigue and depression that came with my disorder. When I saw the healing benefits that my body, mind, and spirit got from my blends, I knew I had to share them with my tribe. See what the oils can do for you.
About The Mixtress…
Nazaahah Amin is a mama, sister, daughter, and friend with a strong love of chai tea, ’90s R&B and empowering Black women. She is a yoga therapist and advanced yoga teacher (RYT 500) with over 17 years of experience practicing and teaching yoga to communities of color.
She is the owner of Ama Wellness, a yoga therapy practice for African-American women and girls. She currently teaches group and private yoga therapy sessions and speaks at wellness events throughout the U.S. Her mission is to empower and heal women of color through yoga, self-care, and sisterhood.
She is a former elementary/middle school teacher and in 2017, she co-founded a girls empowerment non-profit, Bmore Empowered. She recently received a Masters of Science in Yoga Therapy at Maryland University of Integrative Health while working on an initiative to serve single mothers in under-served communities in Baltimore City.
When she’s not mixing scents, you can find Nazaahah browsing museum halls with her fiery-spirited son, sharing tea with sista-friends and binging ’90s sitcoms.
Ama Scents is a Black Woman-owned company and we believe that when you empower a woman, you empower a nation, which is why a portion of all proceeds go towards wellness programming for low income single mothers.
If you are a single mama, were raised by a single mama or simply want to support our mission, shop now.