Mothers Day morning tea

Qualified aromatherapist Rebecca Tichbon will be the guest speaker at a Mothers Day High Tea in Burekup on Saturday May 11 focusing on how essential oils can be used for emotional management.

Qualified aromatherapist Rebecca Tichbon will be the guest speaker at a Mothers Day High Tea in Burekup on Saturday May 11 focusing on how essential oils can be used for emotional management.

Following last year's success the Burekup River Valley Belles CWA group is preparing to host another Mothers' Day high tea.

This year qualified aromatherapist Rebecca Tichbon will be the event guest speaker.

Ms Tichbon will focus on how essential oils can be used for emotional management as a natural way to support women through the challenges of motherhood.

"Motherhood comes with a lot of emotion - worrying about our children, helping them go through their own stresses, sometimes the kids frustrate or anger us, and sadly, there are times of grief for us, too," she said.

"Using aromatherapy can help us manage these emotions at critical times."

The high tea will be held at the Burekup Country Club on Saturday, May 11, from 11am.

Proceeds from the event will go to Bunbury's Waratah Support Centre, which offers counselling and help to people suffering domestic and sexual abuse.

Tickets are on sale for $30 each until Friday, May 3 and can be purchased by contacting Dannielle Read on 0428 281 114.