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Do you love animals? Are you considering a holistic career working with animals and their caregivers? Do you want to learn more about aromatherapy for use with your animal friends? If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, you may be interested in our unique and specialized courses.…
Animal Aromatherapy & Botanical Studies
Do you love animals? Are you considering a holistic career working with animals and their caregivers? Do you want to learn more about aromatherapy for use with your animal friends? If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, you may be interested in our unique and specialized courses. We offer Aromatherapy and Botanical Studies to assist you on your path to become a qualified Animal Aromatherapist and Animal Flower Essence Practitioner. Our courses are unique in that it offers a complete program designed with the main focus on Animal Aromatics and Botanical Studies.
The Animal Aromatherapy Practitioner Certification Course(sm) is a 300+hour online program specific to the use with animals. Our courses are approved by NAHA and HAA (Holistic Animal Aromatherapy Association). Continuing Education is available for NAHA & HAA members as well as for CFA (Canadian Federation of Aromatherapists) Members. Course registration includes access to student forum and instructor mentorship support.
We also offer programs in Animal Aroma Acupoint Massage(sm), Auricular Aromatherapy, Energy Therapies, and more.
Your Instructor Kelly Holland Azzaro, RA, CCAP, CBFP, LMT has over 25 years professional experience in aromatherapy, massage and energy therapies for both humans and their animal friends. She specializes in Animal Aromatherapy and Flower Essences and shares her passion, knowledge and practical real-life experience on these topics to help education and empower others.
These programs offer a comprehensive combination of courses geared towards healing and creating a successful and professional aromatherapy business. Aroma Apothecary Healing Arts Academy courses and programs exceed the recognition and approval of the…
These programs offer a comprehensive combination of courses geared towards healing and creating a successful and professional aromatherapy business. Aroma Apothecary Healing Arts Academy courses and programs exceed the recognition and approval of the National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy (NAHA) and the Alliance of International Aromatherapists (AIA). We are also a continuing education provider for the national certification board of massage therapy (NCBTMB), including New York. We offer several other integrative wellness courses, including the Integrative Medicine/Five Element Healing and Aromatherapy Teacher's Training Program. We invite you to learn more about nature's pharmacy and natural healing methods. LearnAroma.com 888-276-6279 / outside of the USA: 719-256-4759
Aromatherapy Certification Programs include mind-body health focused courses providing an in-depth foundation and well-rounded education in many facets of holistic aromatherapy. Courses include video lessons & demos, eWorkbook, hands-on mentoring and certificate of completion. Level 1 Holistic…
Aromatherapy Certification Programs include mind-body health focused courses providing an in-depth foundation and well-rounded education in many facets of holistic aromatherapy. Courses include video lessons & demos, eWorkbook, hands-on mentoring and certificate of completion. Level 1 Holistic Aromatherapy includes 2 courses - Introduction to Aromatherapy sharing history, safety, quality, limbic and body system education, essential oil production, application methods, carrier and essential oil profiles, blending tips & demos, aroma-chemistry introduction, and A&P I. Level 2 Professional Aromatherapy deepens your knowledge to further develop your skills with 7 niche aromatherapy courses - Intro & Advanced Aromatherapy with Business Development, Personal Care (women, men, children, animals & cleaning green), A&P I & II, Advanced Blending Techniques & Gastrointestinal Health. These courses strengthen your professional aromatherapy skills with comprehensive body system assessments, aromatherapy recipes and formulation tips, botany, safety contraindications, aroma-chemistry, creative blending techniques, holistic health integration, more carrier & essential oil profiles, business building, ethics and legalities. Level 3 Clinical Aromatherapy includes a total of 11 courses - all of Level 2 plus using aromatherapy in a clinical and self-care setting, business growth strategies, integumentary system, mind-body emotional health & advanced pathophysiology.
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Sedona Aromatics is known as the garden school online as we combine aromatherapy education with supplemented learning in the garden through online visuals! We have a comprehensive aromatherapy certificate program. The Language of AromaticsTM Home Study Program which has been…
Level 1 (50 hours) & Level 2 (250 hours) approved
Sedona Aromatics is known as the garden school online as we combine aromatherapy education with supplemented learning in the garden through online visuals! We have a comprehensive aromatherapy certificate program. The Language of AromaticsTM Home Study Program which has been developed after years of work and research. Currently offering NAHA approved level 1 and level 2 courses, and new online zoom e-classes of1 hour classes! Our plant-based aromatherapy program offers an in-depth education in aromatics in all shapes and forms – and how they are used for health, beauty, and happiness. Learn about how aromatic plants are used in clinical aromatherapy, product making, and more.
NEW! We recently launched our Botanical Aromatherapy(TM) Membership School for beginners to aromatherapy. Pay one low fee per year and receives specially formulated recipes, blending sheets, safety guidelines in downloadable PDFs, as well as access to our exclusive flower photo library and online zoom e-classes - all included in your membership school price!
Tutor Sharon Falsetto is a published author, editor, and experienced aromatherapy business consultant with two decades of experience in health care and aromatherapy. She is the author of Authentic Aromatherapy (New York: Skyhorse Publishing 2014). All Sedona Aromatics courses are original and professionally written by Sharon.
Dandelion, from the genus Taraxacum, is a perennial flowering plant from the family Asteraceae. It is native to Eurasia and North America. The two most common species are Taraxacum officinale and Taraxacum erythrospermum, which were introduced from Europe, and now grow wild. They are edible from root to tip. The common English name is derived from French: Dent-de-lion, or “lion’s tooth.”
If you want to learn something, you study it. Aromatherapy is no exception! To be considered competent and respected as a professional, take the steps with a professionally recognized school. The more you study aromatherapy, the more you will realize that educating yourself is a continual process. Since my first introduction to aromatherapy in 1994, it has taken me on extensive study and exploration. As the years have progressed, I am amazed at the continual updates and research available. Over the years, the practice of aromatherapy has significantly advanced. It has adopted more research and a holistic approach encompassing integrating a person’s health, both mentally and physically, using various applications and healing methods.
As a familiar ingredient of pumpkin-spice lattes and seasonal pumpkin pies, nutmeg (Myristica fragrans) has a bit of a perceived reputation as a “fun spice!” Yet, therapeutically, and aromatically, there are a lot more in-depth nuances to this well-loved winter spice.
Nutmeg has traditionally been used for digestive complaints and pain. As an essential oil, nutmeg lends warmth to a perfume blend with cooling citrus notes, such as lime (Citrus aurantifolia) and pink grapefruit (Citrus × paradisi), combining the sweetness of all the ingredients. As a tropical native, nutmeg is not well used by western herbalists but it does have some redeeming properties as a plant which might encourage you to grow it in your garden if you are well placed to do so.
Nutmeg doesn’t come without cautions for use in aromatherapy, so make sure you are familiar with this unconventional spice before using it.
In March 2020, the pandemic called coronavirus (COVID-19) triggered a rush on hand sanitizers. Consumers and businesses alike rapidly jumped on the DIY hand sanitizer bandwagon. Unsafe and inaccurate DIY recipes swept social media. The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) warned consumers, “FDA recommends that consumers do not make their own hand sanitizer. If made incorrectly, hand sanitizer can be ineffective, and there have been reports of skin burns from homemade hand sanitizer. The agency lacks verifiable information on the methods being used to prepare hand sanitizer at home and whether they are safe for use on human skin”1
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