Aromatherapy has the ability to help heal and invigorate the mind, body and spirit through smell and topical applications, such as massage, compress and baths.
Derived from varying parts of plants, such as tree sap, flowers, citrus, plant roots and more, each essential oil has its own unique properties that can help aid in a variety of different needs.
With hundreds of different scents available, it is important to choose the ones that will best benefit you and your needs. So what oils are best for you?
With your goals in mind, your therapist will carefully choose and blend 1 or more oils together with a cold pressed oil to use in your relaxation or remedial massage.
When applied during your treatment, the oils not only absorb into the skin and muscles for direct response, but the scents are also detected in the nasal cavity where parts of the brain that control breathing, blood pressure, heart rate, memory, stress and hormone balances are also related.
With so many healing properties through scent and or touch, essential oils can be beneficial with:
It is important you do not ingest or apply oils directly to your skin.