Aromatherapy

Aromatherapy – how does it work?

Published on 23 August, 2012 | Aromatherapy

Aromatherapy Aromatherapy is the use of volatile plant oils for preventative care, healing and general physical well-being. Although the term aromatherapy was not used until the 20th Century, the foundations of Aromatherapy date back thousands of years and can be traced back through to ancient Roman, Greek, Egyptian and Chinese cultures.

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Starting a new career in Holistics

Published on 4 August, 2012 | Accreditation | alternative therapies | Angels | Aromatherapy | Holistic Therapy

Starting a new career in Holistics Are you one of the many people who have been hit hard by the recession? It would appear that amongst all this doom and gloom and job losses that there is some good news. Quite often when we have to change our career through perhaps no fault of our […]

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Benefits Of Full Body Massage

Published on 3 August, 2012 | alternative therapies | Aromatherapy

Benefits Of Full Body Massage by Caroline Colby Full body massage can produce multiple benefits for your health. These benefits go far beyond an hour spent in relaxing quietly, escaping the day. An increasing amount of evidence indicates that stress and tension form the root causes of many diseases and illnesses. Hence, if you able […]

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Massage Therapy

Published on 1 October, 2011 | alternative therapies | Aromatherapy

Massage Therapy This is one of the oldest, simplest forms of therapy and is a system of stroking, pressing and kneading different areas of the body to relieve pain, relax, stimulate, and tone the body. Massage does much more than create a pleasant sensation on the skin, it also works on the soft tissues (the […]

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Aromatherapy in Pregnancy

Published on 24 July, 2011 | Aromatherapy

Treating Pregnant woman with Aromatherapy Aromatherapy in Pregnancy – The versatility of aromatherapy and the gentle nature of the treatment make it suitable for all stages of life, from babies just a few weeks old into extreme old age.  It can help alleviate conditions as varied as arthritis, backache and morning sickness, ease the side […]

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Massage Techniques

Published on 11 July, 2011 | Aromatherapy

 Massage Techniques This is probably the oldest and simplest existing form of medical care that it has been applied for relaxation, fitness, and other health purposes. Basically by using massage techniques that involves manipulation of the soft tissues of the body. This is the calming, therapeutic process of kneading, stroking, and pressing the different areas […]

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Advanced Aromatherapy

Published on 10 July, 2011 | Aromatherapy

  Advanced Aromatherapy Diploma Course We are pleased to announce our Advanced aromatherapy  diploma course is now available to all students who have taken our aromatherapy certificate level course or hold a similar qualification. This course has everything you need to work as a professional aromatherapist. It will not only teach you about advanced massage […]

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Tips for Essential Oils – Aromatherapist Guide

Published on 6 July, 2011 | Aromatherapy

Buying Essential Oils The therapeutic properties of an essential oil depend on its chemical composition. When buying essential oils and in order to ensure that the oils you are using are pure and will have the desired effect, it is important to buy reputable oils and be alert to the sale of adulterated ((impure) oils.

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Essentail Oils

Published on 13 April, 2011 | Aromatherapy

Ylang-Ylang –  Aromatherapy Essential Oils This is a sedative of the nervous system and is therefore of use to people who breathe over rapidly and have rapid heartbeat (tachycardia). These conditions may be found if a person is shocked, angry, frightened or anxious.  Longer term the symptoms should, of course, be tended to by a […]

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Rose Oil

Published on 16 March, 2011 | Aromatherapy

ROSE (ABSOLUTE: ROSA DAMASCENE MILL) As mentioned in Part One of our aromatherapy course Rose is one of the more expensive of the essential oils due to its method of extraction – Enfleurage; that is also why it is called an Absolute.  As a by-product of the Enfleurage process rosewater is produced too. A drop […]

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Aromatherapy & Massage

Published on 12 January, 2011 | alternative therapies | Aromatherapy

Aromatherapists can offer their client a wonderfully relaxing body massage incorporating the whole body or parts of the body, such as the head, back and feet.

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YLANG-YLANG

Published on 25 May, 2010 | Accreditation | alternative therapies | Aromatherapy

Ylang-Ylang is a sedative of the nervous system and is therefore of use to people who breathe over rapidly and have rapid heartbeat (tachycardia). These conditions may be found if a person is shocked, angry,

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