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aromatherapy

the use of fragrant essential oils extracted from plants as a treatment in complementary medicine to relieve tension and cure certain minor ailments
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She worked in several hospitals, including Velindre Hospital in Whitchurch, Cardiff, helping people with physical disabilities, before deciding to train as an aromatherapist and she took over at Fragrant 227 a year ago.
Josie, 45, will spend three weeks in Japan inspecting aromatherapy schools in the cities of Tokyo, Fukuoka and Nagoya for the UKbased International Federation of Aromatherapists.
Founded in 2003, White Fawn Herbal Soaps was founded and is owned by Nicole Zybczynski who is a Certified Aromatherapist and Certified Health Coach producing handmade herbal unisex soaps, salves and lotions, and is a leader in her field.
Jo, who is a trained aromatherapist and a member of the International Federation of Professional Aromatherapists, works closely with Sue Lamb, a local designer and artist, to develop the candle range.
The course is delive i red by Sheila Ladanowski, an experienced clinical aromatherapist and IFAF tutor.
And the sweet smell of success enabled the talented aromatherapist and painter to carve out a career in one of the world's toughest industries.
Mrs Speight, a former art teacher who was also an aromatherapist, was found dead by her youngest son Jason.
Tony Robinson presents the code-cracking quiz, as five contestants, including a DJ and an aromatherapist, tour the British Museum's darkened galleries cracking puzzles based on the era of Imperial Rome.
The aromatherapist and beauty therapist ( who discovered she was sensitive to chemicals when she suffered from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome ( has now set-up Scarlett Luxury Serums.
She was recently named Aromatherapist of the Year by the Aromatherapy Consortium.