Aromatherapy

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β€œThe chemical makeup of essential oils gives them a host of desirable pharmacological properties ranging from antibacterial, antiviral, and antispasmodic, to use as diuretics (promoting production and excretion of urine), vasodilators (widening blood vessels), and vasoconstrictors (narrowing blood vessels). Essential oils act on the adrenals, ovaries, and the thyroid and can energize or pacify, detoxify, and facilitate the digestive process.”

Dr. (rer. nat.) Kurt Schnaubelt, Director of the Pacific Institute of Aromatherapy

Aromatherapy and its uses

Using specific oils to tailor for each individual clients needs

  • Working with various body systems

  • Aftercare with oils

  • Pulse point application

  • Baths

  • Foot soaks

  • Oil burners

  • Creams and various other products

The use of essential oils for Fertility and Maternity

Certain oils are used at different times which all play important roles in the various processes.

For example using certain oils in Fertility:

  • Knowing what oils to use in the various trimesters

  • The weeks leading up to labour- certain oils used at 37 weeks, 38 weeks, etc

  • Labour oils

  • Post-natal oils

How I use Aromatherapy essential oils with my clients

In my clinic, I tend to use essential oils in the reflexology treatments. However, if a clients wishes to use natural skin and hair products, I can make them to order and to your own individual tastes and specific requirements.

My products, which are free from SLS and Parabens include:

  • Cleansers

  • Toners

  • Moisturizers

  • Shampoos

  • Conditioners

  • Body scrubs

  • Hand lotion

  • Body lotions/ oils

  • Room sprays

Prices vary depending on the size of the product.

Gift Vouchers are available on request.