Aromatherapy is the systematic use of essential oils in holistic treatments to improve physical and emotional well-being. Essential oils, extracted from plants, possess distinctive therapeutic properties, which can be utilised to improve health and prevent disease.
These natural plant oils are applied in a variety of ways:
· Massage (most used method)
· Baths (add a few drops to warm water)
· Inhalations (not for asthmatics)
Essential Oils - An essential oil is an aromatic, volatile substance extracted from a single botanical source by distillation or expression. Essential oils have been utilised in fragrances, flavours and medicines for thousands of years. There are some 400 essential oils extracted from plants all over the world. Some of the popular oils used in aromatherapy today include chamomile, lavender, rosemary and tea tree.
What happens in a typical aromatherapy session? - The aromatherapist will ask questions about your medical history, general health and lifestyle. This will help her decide which essential oils are most appropriate for you as an individual. The aromatherapist may wish to contact your GP, with your permission, to inform him or her that you are receiving aromatherapy treatments. After selecting and blending appropriate essential oils, the aromatherapist will usually apply the oils in combination with massage. A session normally lasts for 30 to 60 minutes.
60 mins £30.00
30 mins £20.00
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