Ready to become a NAHA Level 1 Certified Aromatherapist®?
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
Are you interested in becoming professionally qualified in the therapeutic uses of Essential Oils?
Do you want the credibility and increased confidence that comes with being a Certified Aromatherapist?
The Aroma Institute Level One Foundations of Aromatherapy Program is offered LIVE, in person in Nacgodoches, Texas, located in the heart of the Pineywoods of East Texas. Considered the Garden Capital of Texas, Nacogdoches is the perfect place for this guided journey into the intricate world of plant medicine, aromatherapy & essential oils.
Who is this certification for? Everyone!
The continued growth in the interest in complementary and alternative approaches to health has lead to an increased demand for therapeutic aromatherapy based products and practices. Whether you want to open a practice as an aromatherapist, be a consultant, incorporate aromatherapy into an existing healing modality or be empowered to improve the health of you and your family, being a certified aromatherapist open the door to a vast array of opportunities.
What will I learn?
The history, and modern development.
What is an essential oil and how it is produced
How to evaluate the quality of essential oils.
Identify and safely use 24+ essential oils, their therapeutic qualities, emotional + energetic properties, blending tips, and more.
Understanding how the chemistry of an essential oil supports its therapeutic action
Identify contraindications and safety issues.
How to formulate and create a varierty of aromatic and herbal products
Formulate and create a custom blends for emotional well-being
Describe the physiology of the sense of smell. and how it effects emotions and well-being
Methods of absorption of essential oils.
The basics of anatomy and physiology of the skin and key factors which support the skin’s health and beauty.
How to make a variety of aromatherapy-based skin care products that nourish the skin.
Conduct a case study for family, friends and self-care
Professional ethics and client care- aromatherapist ethics and standards of practice
What will I be able to do as a Certified Aromatherapist?
Aromatherapy or Aromatic consultant
Aromatherapy business owner
Aromatherapy Writer/ Blogger
Integrative Healthcare Practitioner
Therapeutic Product line Development
Improve the well-being of family & friends
Aromatherapy can also be integrated into other professions:
Asian Bodywork Therapies
Flower Essence Therapy
Getting Started, Supply List and Recommended Books, Introduction to Aromatherapy, Holistic Health and Wellness, The Art of Language
Plants and Essential Oils
Medicinal Plants, Biological Role of Essential Oils, From Plant to Essential Oil, Absolutes and CO2 Extracts, The Basics of Essential Oils, Quality Assurance, Safety and Essential Oils
Exploring 24 Essential Oils
How to Read Essential Oil Monographs,
Essential Therapeutics (24 essential oils)
Essential Oil Monographs: Roman Chamomile, Clary sage, Cypress, Eucalyptus, Fennel, Frankincense, Geranium, Ginger, Grapefruit, Helichrysum, Juniper berry, Laurel, Lavender, Lemon, Lemongrass, Mandarin / Tangerine, Sweet Orange, Patchouli, Peppermint, Pine, Scots, Rosemary, Tea Tree, Vetiver, Ylang Ylang. Sprout: Insight About Blending
Introduction to the Chemistry of Essential Oils, Monoterpenes and Sesquiterpenes, Alcohols and Esters, Aldehydes and Ketones, Phenols and Phenylpropanoids, Oxides and Other Families, Chemistry in Practice
Methods of Application
Body/Facial Oils and Creams, Cleansers and Toners, Aromatic Baths, Spritzers and Scrubs, Inhalation and Diffusion, Gels and Salves, Compress, Hot Towels, and Mouthwash, Undiluted/Neat Application
Blending and Consultations
The Aromatherapy Consultation, Developing a 'Treatment' Framework, Developing an Aromatic Blend, Final Steps Blending, Blending Observations, Aromatic Program Charts
Aromatherapy and the Skin
Understanding the Skin, Essential Oils for the Skin, Vegetable Oils, Other Raw Material, Hydrosols, Common Skin Conditions, Herbal Infused Oils and Salves
Our Sense of Smell
Introduction to Olfaction, Anatomy of Olfaction, The Limbic System, Aromatherapy and Stress
Aromatics in Health
The Respiratory System, The Digestive System, The Musculoskeletal System, Women’s Health, The Circulatory System, and Aromatherapy for Children
Business and Aromatherapy
The Business of Aromatherapy, Business Development, Resources
How to Complete Program, About Case Studies, Submit Case Studies, Foundations Final Exam
Requirements for Certification
The program is interactive, comprehensive and lively and includes a total of 100 total hours of training.In order to receive your official certification from Aroma Institute and call yourself a certified aromatherapist, you will need to:
Attend all 40 hours of the LIVE classroom training
The remaining 60 hours include home study with the expanded anatomy
& physiology modules, the satisfactory completion of 5 case studies
and the final exam
Enrollment Fee $1500 pesos & $2700 pesos per month for 5 months.
15% discount if paid in full before March 1st 2020