Animal Aromatherapy: Using the Power of Scent with Essential Oils for Fear-based Issues with Kelly Holland Azzaro RA, CCAP, CBFP, LMT
This webinar will focus on using the power of scent with essential oils for fear-based issues that relate to animals. Fear is a natural instinct important for a wild animal’s survival. However, for many domesticated animals, they have become hypersensitive which may manifest in different forms of fear including separation anxiety, excessive behavior such as constant barking or whining, pacing or licking their body, as well as more negative outcomes from destroying furniture, or from hyperactive energy, etc. Animals are like sponges, and some even take on or absorb energy from their environment and caregivers. They are extremely sensitive to their surroundings and the energetics that humans emit; including when we are stressed, anxious, overwhelmed or suffering from an illness or trauma. I will share case studies and helpful information on which essential oils are effective as a simple and safe tool in bringing comfort to you and your animal friends.
About the Presenter:
Kelly Holland Azzaro is a Registered Aromatherapist, Certified Clinical Aromatherapy Practitioner, Animal Aromatherapy Practitioner, Certified Bach Flower Practitioner, Licensed Massage Therapist, Massage Cupping Specialist and Reiki Practitioner. Kelly has served as NAHA Vice President and President and is the current Public Relations and Aromatherapy Journal Manager and co-editor for the National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy (NAHA). Kelly has over twenty-five years of professional experience in holistic aromatherapy, massage and energy therapies for both people and their pets. She offers National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) Continuing Education Units (CEU) approved classes and offers a 300+hr Animal Aromatherapy Practitioner Certification Course(sm). Kelly is the Founder and Director of The Holistic Animal Association-‘Supporting the Holistic Healing Arts for People and Their Animal Friends.’ Her articles have been published in Massage Magazine, Holistic Dog Magazine, Dogs Naturally Magazine, Vita Danzare Journal and NAHA’s Aromatherapy Journal, as well as numerous blogs. Kelly, and her husband, Marco, who is a Licensed Acupuncturist and Qigong Practitioner, have a Holistic Healing Center in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina.
To learn more about Kelly Holland Arrazo, please visit: www.ashitherapy.com/ and www.holisticanimalassociation.com