|Hi Everyone. Happy January, we are almost heading towards the end of this month and surely time has just flown by again.
I am very grateful for all of you, who have come in to have sessions with me this month and donated towards my cause to help some charities. I will be passing the donation on first week of February, and all I know the envelop is getting heavier, so keep it coming and a big thank you to all that participated
In February and March I shall be offering various packages, please have a look below and see what suits you. This will also be a great opportunity to buy someone a gift with these packages as the validity of these are 3 months from the date of purchase.
Recently I have had a lot of interest in Aromatherapy, as more and more people are inclined to try the natural way. Having some knowledge in The Art of Blending these oils can certainly help many to create some remarkable blends for themselves, family and children and see the powerful results. So many of my graduates have gone forward and made a solid career as Clinical Aromatherapists, some have created their own line of products for skincare, some have specialized in women’s issues, some emotional, some clinical, however most of them have the overall approach in treating clients with essential oils.
I am sure a lot of you have essential oils at home and you might be unsure on how to blend them correctly or are unsure of the dilution rate. I will be teaching ‘The Art of Blending’ a one day course on how to blend essential oils correctly, taking into consideration the contraindications that some essential oils have on us. This one full day course will take place on 24th February 2018, Saturday for anyone interested to learn how to blend with safety and right dosage. Once you register for the course i would like you to bring in your range of essential oils you have to understand them better on the day of the class and we can compare and learn what are real essential oils and what are synthetic or identical oils. I know a lot of people google for information but being a Clinical Aromatherapist for over 20 years now some of the sites show using more drops then is required for a blend and this can cause adverse effects. So let us learn to play safe and yet not underestimate the power of these oils.
I am still running the full IFPA Clinical Aromatherapy program and the IFPA Non-Massage course. For full details on how to become a Clinical Aromatherapist log onto my website or drop in and have a chat with me.
Wishing you wealth health and happiness always…
Integrated Holistic Therapist