Aromatherapy uses highly concentrated plant oils called essential oils.
Great for stress-related and emotional conditions. Selection of specific oils that are suited to needs of the client.
From example, tangerine, lemon, and rosemary oils are cleansing and energizing; eucalyptus, pine and tea trefoils are decongesting; chamomile, lavender and geranium oils are calming; cinnamon, land-yland, clary sage and mint oils are stimulating.
Missing essential oils with a carrier oil, such as almond oil or coconut oil, fills the air with a pleasant smell during the massage to create a pleasing atmosphere and a healing essence.
The nostrils are pathways to the limbic system, which controls emotions and influences the central nervous system and hormones. as they are inhaled or absorbed through the skin, essential oils molecules transmit messages to the llimvic system that affect breathing, heart rate, stress level, blood pressure, digestion, memory and immune function.
Great form stress-related conditions such as headaches, premenstrual syndrome, insomnia, digestive disorders, depression, and anxiety.