Aromatherapy

Aromatherapy is the use of natural aromatic essential oils. The aroma refers to the fact that all essential oils have a characteristic smell. While the therapy refers to the healing.

Whether used in massage or not the essential oils are well known for their medical qualities.

Aromatherapy originator was a Frenchman. Aromatherapy has its roots in the most ancient healing practices of humankind for the plants which we now derive essential oils has been used for thousands of years before the technique of distilling oils were discovered.

In Ancient times they were the only medicine available.

In the early 20th century Renee Gattefosse rediscovered the healing properties of oils when he found that many of them were better antiseptics than the chemicals used in the family perfume company. Then he burnt his hand in an accident and plunged it into some neat lavender. As the burn healed so quickly he researched the use of oils in dermatology and recorded their medicinal properties. In 1926 he published a scientific paper titled aromatherapy. During the First World War he accelerated the healing of wounds by using oils to treat solders.

Aromatherapy is a holistic therapy which approaches the whole person in both mind and body.

The Benefits of Aromatherapy

  • Improved muscle tone
  • Relieves stress tension aches and pains
  • Can relieve headaches and migraines

Your 1st treatment will involve a full consultation including medical history. This will ensure that the correct oils will be used and any specific areas of concern are addressed.

After the treatment has finished you will be given time to relax and come through and advised to drink plenty of water.

After the treatment it may be noticed a slight worsening of the symptoms. This is normal as it means your body is ridding itself of toxins.

To make a booking you can either:

1. Use my contact form by clicking here: Contact

2. Use my email: trish@scentelation.co.uk

3. Telephone me: 07961 013 415

 

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