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Since I started The English Aromatherapist blog, I’ve been inundated with requests to recommend UK-based essential oil brands.
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More and more businesses are realising the importance of ‘scent marketing’. Business experts are continually searching for the ‘next big thing’ in the world of branding, promotion and advertising. Until recently, this focused on sights and sounds – but when these senses become saturated, what is left? The answer: smell.
Over the last decade, ‘nebulisation technology’ has developed into a multi-million dollar industry. Forget scented candles and pot-pourri – this is corporate aromatherapy on a grand scale.
Life is stressful — it always has been, and a certain amount of stress is normal. A world completely devoid of stress would be a pretty boring place. But we’re now in a situation where chronic stress has become something of an epidemic. In the UK last year, 17 million working days were lost due to stress, and a new case of work-related stress, anxiety or depression was diagnosed every 2.1 minutes. It’s fair to say that stress has hit an all-time high.
What is the most important thing to remember as a massage therapist?
Well, there are several factors – such as professionalism, client care, communication and providing the best possible service, to name a few.
Let me tell you about the worst massage experience I ever had.
An aromatherapist uses essential oils to improve his/her clients’ emotional and physical wellbeing. Although not allowed to provide medical advice, diagnose illnesses or claim to cure any medical condition, aromatherapists can help to ease symptoms and reduce stress.
Holistic therapies are based on the concept of treating the whole person – mind, body and spirit – rather than focusing purely on physical symptoms. This acknowledges the importance of mental wellbeing and its relationship with our physical health.
With more and more people opting to take a natural approach to health, there is a growing demand for holistic therapies. An increasing awareness of aromatherapy has seen its popularity surge over recent decades.
If you’re interested in becoming an aromatherapist, it’s important to find the right course for YOU. This can be tricky when there is such a wide range of training options available. Let’s go through some points to look for when choosing an aromatherapy course.