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Meet Lloren Zeigler and Liz Sanchez

Today we’d like to introduce you to Lloren Zeigler and Liz Sanchez.

Hi Lloren and Liz, thanks for sharing your story with us. To start, maybe you can tell our readers some of your backstory.
We all experienced the shift of 2020, and Lé Trois was born in that time of chaos. A time when life seemingly stood still and the world was forced to glare into their reflections. As energy shifted beyond control, our spirits began to  crave stability and Lé Trois offered a space for us to strengthen our partnership in life, practice, and purpose.

Post quarantine, on October 31st, 2020, we sold a few incenses with a little terra cotta to a few folks. It resonated. A year later, we are a growing community committed to healing and the practice of burning.

Would you say it’s been a smooth road, and if not what are some of the biggest challenges you’ve faced along the way?
To be honest, our product and practice has been a fairly smooth journey, and community has embraced us with open arms. But we faced other challenges. During the first year of our company, we were still dealing with the aftermath of quarantine and COVID. Many times our resources would be cut off unexpectedly, or shipping disruptions would occur where our materials were stuck on a boat due to limited port entry for health precautions and/or not enough people to help unload the product. We often had to improvise, expanding our inventory list and adapting to the materials we had available. The stress from being partners in business definitely trickled in our experience as partners in life.

Alright, so let’s switch gears a bit and talk business. What should we know about your work?
In short, we are all about Incense + Intentions. We use our ancestral gifts and wellness background to make hand blended loose incense that we then burn over plant-based coals inside of crystals.

Our Burning Blends are intuitively created with different intentions supported by the organic herbs, resins, and oils. Burning our blends in our crystal vessels further amplifies that intention.

We have witnessed the magic as this small ritual has expanded our client’s practice in their daily lives, while bridging community together to share our differences and successes. Lé Trois (the 3) is abour honoring the power of 3. It’s the smallest number to create a pattern and is accessible in our everyday. Our company is dedicated to helping to create such healthy patterns that can honor the mind, body, and spirit. Our work gives us an opportunity to celebrate different modalities of healing, and as a QWOC company, we want to offer and introduce these practices to our community.

We’d love to hear about any fond memories you have from when you were growing up?
Growing up for both of us was a mix of nature, magic, and self discovery. For Lloren, she began blending to express her intuition. Starting with teas and tintures from overlooked cabinet gems. To her first incense blends made of handpicked chaparral and eucalyptus from the Santa Monica Mountains in Calabasas. Her favorite memory was secretly creating smoke baths in her room as a kid.

For Liz, she can still hear the sound of tiny bells echoing while rockhounding the Utah mountains. Her Aunt would tie bells to her shoelaces so she wouldn’t loose her while they dug for quartz and topaz.

Both creatives having a diverse lineage; their innate curiosity for incense, crystals, and practice become an integral part of their spirituality.

Pricing:

  • Start your practice for as little as $20 with our starter set and your blend of choice.
  • Incorporate the metaphysical power of crystals with your blend of choice starting at $35 to $85.
  • Create your own custom blend with a one on one consultation with Lloren and Liz. Starting at $300.

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Lé Trois Apothecary

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