The Healer's Toolkit
Aromatherapy is the use of essential oils from plants for healing. Although the word “aroma” makes it sound as if the oils are inhaled, they can also be massaged into the skin. Essential oils are concentrated extracts taken from the roots, leaves, seeds, or blossoms of plants.
Each contains its own mix of synergistic blend of ingredients, and this mix determines what the oil is used for. Some oils are used to promote physical healing -- for example, to treat swelling or fungal infections. Others are used for their emotional value -- they may enhance relaxation or make a room smell pleasant.
Aromatherapy blends well into personal and professional healing practices.
Energy 302 Class
In this class, the student will learn the centuries old tradition of using essential oils for their therapeutic values. Essential oils are in common use and sold everywhere, but their correct application is not common knowledge. This class will safely open the Aromatherapy door.