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Aromatherapy is the therapeutic use of essential oils to help deal with everyday stresses and emotional well-being. Essential oils, extracted from plants, are thought to possess distinctive properties, which may be used to improve overall emotional and spiritual health imbuing the user with a sense of relaxation and calmness.
In a typical aromatherapy session, the aromatherapist will ask questions about previous medical history, general health, wellbeing and lifestyle. This helps the practitioner to choose and blend the safest and most appropriate essential oils for the individual. The oils may be applied in combination with massage or the aromatherapist may suggest other methods.
Aromatherapy may be found to be helpful to those wanting to reduce everyday stress and so help with the ability to cope, relax and sleep. As well as being used in individual therapy sessions and at home, it is also used in a variety of settings, including hospitals and hospices.

How is Aromatherapy applied?

After a thorough consultation with the client the practitioner will select appropriate essential oils which will be blended with a chosen base (oil, cream, etc.). Essential oils are generally applied by a massage, but can also be used in vaporisers, inhalations, baths, etc.. Aromatherapy is very versatile and can be combined with other treatments such as Reflexology (foot creams and foot baths), as the feet absorb the essential oils very quickly, massages (vaporisers, oil burners, massage oils), meditations...



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