Ines Ornelas has a knack for turning setbacks into opportunities. After being hit by a Metra train in 1998 and told she might never walk again, she rebounded to become a triathlete. Last year, when the 47-year-old Chicago Public Schools math teacher was injured in a skiing accident, she began researching products to relieve her aching muscles so she could resume Ironman training. Ornelas ended up making her own bath salts, scrubs, and balms using natural ingredients such as hibiscus and matcha — and found there was a market for her products. Buoyed by word-of-mouth and farmers’ market sales, she opened Toci, La Diosa (named for the Aztec goddess of healing) at the end of last year. Her store also stocks candles, plants, jewelry, and other wares from nine other business owners on the Southeast Side. “I was looking for a way to feel empowered and motivated,” she says. “Now I want to share that with my community.” From $10. 3656 E. 106th St., East Side,