Aromatherapy for Cold &Flu: Support for Adults and Children
As the weather turns cooler more of us would like natural options for boosting our immune systems! This presentation includes looking specifically at options for families to stimulate their immune systems, assist with respiratory illness, and optimize the amount of rest we need when feeling under-the-weather using essential oils. Essential oils can be absorbed into the body and into the bloodstream through several methods including inhalation and topical application. This has been clinically proven by taking a blood test twenty minutes after exposure to an essential oil and seeing the active chemical components of the essential oils within the blood. Essential oils have an effect on organ and organ systems, and with this in mind professionals around the world are using essential oils to address common concerns.
Participants will be able to listen and learn from the variety of questions and answers. There will be an opportunity to create a 30ml personalized blend for home use. A handout will be provided.
The presenter: In 2001Sarah Feiner graduated with honors as a Registered Massage Therapist. Since that time she have taken courses in Aromatherapy, Tibetan Bowl & Sound Therapy, Reflexology and Reiki. Her professional experience includes; chronic pain management, rehabilitation, motor vehicle accidents, lymphatic drainage, deep tissue therapy, trigger point therapy, PTSD, prenatal and paediatric massage. Aromatic care has been provided for; infection, anxiety, heart palpitations, eczema, inflammation, spasm, sleep concerns, depression, and respiratory illness. Sarah is an independent Aromatherapist and Registered Massage Therapist with a focus on private practice and education. She enjoys working as a complimentary therapist in providing a holistic approach to health-care while supporting mainstream medicine and its professionals.
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