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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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Jennifer is a Certified Aromatherapist Level 1 from the New York Institute of Aromatic Studies and a member of the National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy.
Carol Rose, BSc(Hons), Pall Nurs, RN, Dip Aroma, RMT, qualified as an aromatherapist in New Zealand and has since studied advanced clinical aromatherapy in France.
Having trained as an artist, she gained a degree from Brighton in fine art and theatre and was a freelance artist before consolidating her love of plants and their use for traditional healing by training as a holistic aromatherapist, attaining a diploma with honours from the London School of Aromatherapy.
AROMATHERAPIST Josie Donaldson is heading for the land of the rising sun on a mission to examine the skills of her Far-Eastern colleagues involved in the expanding field of alternative medicine.
She is a certified aromatherapist. For questions, she may be contacted at Sensibilities: 828-253-3222.
They don't want to shop in a one-to-one situation - they prefer the anonymity of a supermarket - but they don't mind being massaged by a strange aromatherapist because it 'makes them feel better'.
This occupational title designation grants the BCAOA the exclusive fight to the title "Registered Aromatherapist" and the initials "R.A.".
The Walsall Hospice Development Team is looking for aspiring aromatherapists, complementary therapists, drivers, receptionists, fund-raisers, bereavement visitors and shop assistants for training schemes.
The alleged scam only surfaced when a number of beauticians and aromatherapists began comparing notes on their businesses.
Dermatologists at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary tested a mixture of oils (lavender, thyme, rosemary, and cedarwood) long used by aromatherapists to treat severe hair loss caused by alopecia areata, an autoimmune condition.
You can consult qualified aromatherapists for specific treatments for conditions such as bronchitis, menopausal problems, sinusitis, hay fever, cystitis and diarrhoea.