Aromatherapy Training Course
Did You Know?
There are around 150 essential oils which have been extracted each with its own unique scent and healing properties.
These particular scents make them antiviral, anti-inflammatory, pain relieving, antidepressant, expectorants, or antiseptic.
Others are stimulating, relaxing, aid digestion or have diuretic properties.
Aromatherapy has been found in clinical research to aid recovery from ailments and surgery.
These scents have a direct “path” to the brain, and are the shortest distance to the brain, therefore are extremely effective for MIND and BODY.
was used nearly 6,000 years ago by the ancient Egyptians, (Cleopatra) the Greeks, and Romans. Hippocrates, the Greek Father of medicine, recommended regular aromatherapy baths and scented massage. In fact, he used aromatherapy fumigations to rid Athens of the plague.
In modern times, pleasant-smelling essential oils are used to heal, relieve tension and improve a person's general health, well-being and to balance the mind, emotions and body.
These essential oils are aromatic essences extracted from plants, flowers, trees, fruit, bark, grasses and seeds that have distinctive therapeutic, psychological and physiological properties.
Each oil has a combination of at least 100 chemical components. These work together to exert a healing effect on the whole person...holistically.
Scents That Heal!
Aromatherapy is one of the latest Growing Alternative Therapies today.
It is used in Homes, Therapy Rooms, Clinics, Doctor's Offices and Beauty salons all over the country. This Aromatherapy Training Course combines Lecture, Demonstrations, Samples, and Techniques, along with hands-on training.
Covered in this course includes the following Elements of Aromatherapy
The Psychology of Fragrance
Aroma/Essential Oil Formulations
Current Use of Essential Oils around the World
Properties/Actions of Carrier and Essential Oils
Science Versus Folklore
Applications for common ailments
Business Practice and Ethics
Aromatherapy Massage Oils, Salves and Ointments
Therapeutic Blending for Specific Physical and Emotional or Spiritual Applications
Aromatherapy as an Aid to Other Treatment