AROMA INSTITUTE WELCOMES YOU
To Walk The Path Of Plant Medicine
5 Weekend In-person Aromatherapy Certification Program
A 5- Weekend Transformative Learning Experience that includes:
Learning the art & science of The Aromatic Studies Method™
Training to become innovative creative blenders.
Learning the art & science of creating an effective, safe aromatic product
Access to 24+ Essential Oils, Supplies & Products
Take-home therapeutic organic aromatic products made in class
An extensive Resource List of high-quality products, supplies, websites, aromatherapy organizations, journals and more.
Anyone may register for this course.
No prerequisites and no previous aromatherapy training is required.
This course meets and exceeds the Level One Educational Standards established by the National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy's (NAHA) & Council for Aromatherapy Schools
and Educators (CASE).
Upon completion of this course, you may join NAHA as a Certified Aromatherapist: Level 1.
DATES: March 7-8, April 4&5, May 2&3, June 6 &7, July 4 &5 2020
TIMES: 3-7 P.M.
LOCATION: LA ANTIGUA
CALLE 21 NUM. 124A X 58 Y 60
COL. ISMAEL GARCIA C.P. 97320 PROGRESO, YUCATAN, MEXICO
TUITION: Enrollment Fee $1500 pesos & $2700 pesos per month for 5
months. 15% discount if paid in full before March 1st 2020
The Foundations of Aromatherapy: Level One Certificate Program is offered a throughout the year, at different times, in Nacogdoches, Texas and Yucatan, Mexico.
Upcoming 2020 Workshops
DIY Botanical Products Series
Green Cleaning With Essential Oils
Your Kitchen Pharmacy
The mission at Aroma Institute is to teach the art and science of aromatic and plant medicine while honoring diversity in both ancient, indigenous herbal traditions and modern science.
Aroma Institute is dedicated to reconnecting people with plants, to offering a transformative experience that honors our innate connection to plants and nature, to teaching the responsible and ethical selection and use of plants while taking into account the importance of sustainability and conservation.