Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Aromatherapy Classes


There are two ways that you can benefit from an aromatherapy class. First, you can benefit personally, by learning and applying aromatherapy techniques to your own life, or the lives of those that you love. The second way that you can benefit from aromatherapy is to include aromatherapy in your current profession, if you are in a profession that serves clients who will benefit from the use of aromatherapy.

With that said, it is very important that you realize that making a living strictly as an aromatherapist, instead of combining aromatherapy with another health related field, is virtually impossible these days. Aromatherapy is best used in conjunction with massage therapy and beauty therapy, and it may also be used during traditional therapy sessions. Few people will hire or have need of an aromatherapist who does not have additional beneficial skills.

With that said, you also need to be very careful when you select your aromatherapy classes. Unfortunately, although there are so-called trade organizations for aromatherapy, there really is no governing body for aromatherapy. Even the trade organizations aren’t sanctioned or regulated in any way, and essentially anybody can start up a website and call it anything that they like – making it look like an official, governing body for the aromatherapy field.

This also means that you may not truly be learning everything that you need to know. Many courses fail to teach anything concerning safety measures and hazards that can occur in the use of aromatherapy. If your course does not cover this material, it will be up to you to learn this information on your own.

Aromatherapy is truly beneficial, and it is the hope of the ethical aromatherapy community that authority organizations, such as the FDA or the National Institute of Health, will soon take an interest and help to write guidelines and protocol for the use and certification processes for aromatherapy and aromatherapy classes.

Resources For Aromatherapy Courses

Course Title: Various Aromatherapy Related Courses
Name of Company: The Atlantic Institute of Aromatherapy
Location: 16018 Saddlestring Drive, Tampa, Florida, United States
Description: The Atlantic Institute of Aromatherapy offers a wide range of courses through seminars, self study courses, reference manuals, research, and educational reviews.
Resources: http://atlanticinstitute.com/

Course Title: Living Essence Aromatherapy
Name of Company: Eclipse Living Essence Aromatherapy Centre
Location: 25 Sheldrake Way, Willetton, Western Australia 6155
Description: Eclipse Living Essence Aromatherapy Centre offers a diploma program and workshops for aromatherapy. Depending on your level of completion, you can receive a Diploma of Aromatherapy, a Certificate of Competency, a Statement of Attainment, or a Certificate of Attendance.
Resources: http://www.aromatherapyaustralia.com.au/courses.asp#12

Course Title: Accredited Certificate and Diploma in Aromatherapy
Name of Company: American College of Healthcare Sciences
Location: 5940 SW Hood Ave, Portland, Oregon, United States
Description: Students are able to attain their aromatherapy education either in a classroom or online setting through the ACHS. The school is NAHA approved for Level 1 and Level 2 clinical aromatherapy training.
Resources: http://www.achs.edu

Course Title: Various Aromatherapy Courses and Programs
Name of Company: Aroma Apothecary Healing Arts Academy
Location: 8100 Ganttcrest Drive, Austin, Texas, United States
Description: Courses are available on line or in the classroom through the Aroma Apothecary Healing Arts Academy, and the academy is approved from Level one and Level two training. Level 1 training consists of 50 hours of instruction, while Level 2 consists of 240 hours.
Resources: http://www.learnaroma.com

Course Title: Various Aromatherapy Classes and Programs
Name of Company: East-West School for Herbal & Aromatic Studies
Location: 335 Amber Lane, Willow Springs, North Carolina, United States
Description: Numerous aromatherapy courses and programs are offered, and they are all approved by the NAHA. Courses and programs are available in the classroom or an online environment.
Resources: http://www.theida.com

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