Beginner’s Aromatherapy: Certificate in Holistic Aromatherapy

Posted on: January 17th, 2018 by
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Cornflower is studied on the Certificate in Holistic Aromatherapy: Photo Copyright Sharon Falsetto All Rights Reserved

Cornflower is studied on the Certificate in Holistic Aromatherapy: Photo Copyright Sharon Falsetto All Rights Reserved

We are excited to announce that Sedona Aromatherapie has just launched a comprehensive new course for beginners to aromatherapy who want a solid education in aromatherapy, but who do not necessarily want to take the full length Certificate in Professional Aromatherapy. This new course is designed to empower aromatherapy users at home to safely and effectively use aromatherapy, and to give a good foundation to those who are thinking about starting an aromatherapy business but who have no experience in the subject area. Here’s some more information!

How the Aromatherapy Course is Set Up

No prior experience is needed to start this course. The course is divided into eight modules with a total of thirty lessons. At the end of each lesson, there is a table or short answer question to complete. At the end of each module, there is a practical project to complete. As this is an introductory course, there are no essays or reading assignments to complete like there is for the Certificate in Professional Aromatherapy. The aim of this course is to make learning fun – but obtain a comprehensive education in aromatherapy while doing so!

If you want to obtain the certificate in order to meet the requirements of NAHA Level 1 Certified Aromatherapist®, you will also need to complete Module Nine. This is an assessment module which requires the successful completion of five case studies (over a minimum period of three months), a five to ten page research paper on aromatherapy, and a multi-choice exam.

Aromatherapy Products that you will Make During the Course

You will learn to make the following aromatic products during this beginner’s course in aromatherapy:

  • aromatherapy sprays

  • aromatherapy oils

  • aromatherapy scrubs

  • aromatherapy salts

  • infused aromatic oils

  • aromatherapy inhalers

  • aromatherapy compresses.

Unique Selling Points about the Certificate in Holistic Aromatherapy

This is one of the few comprehensive foundation courses in aromatherapy on the market available, without having to take a full aromatherapy certification to level 2. On the successful completion of this course, you will:

  • be able to apply for NAHA level Certified Aromatherapist® membership.

  • Be proficient in making seven different types of aromatherapy products.

  • Be able to competently assess and choose essential oils/carrier oils/hydrosols to make a suitable aromatherapy blend.

  • Understand where, how, and why aromatic plants are extracted to produce aromatic oils and waters.

  • Understand the basic chemistry of essential oils.

  • Understand how to use essential oils safely.

  • Understand different dilution rates for different groups of people.

  • Understand labeling and language used for aromatherapy products.

  • Understand the scope of practice of an aromatherapist.

You will have the necessary skills to begin to use aromatic plants at home for your your health and well-being.

Learn More About the Certificate in Holistic Aromatherapy

This is a home study course so it can be studied from anywhere in the world. To learn more about this course, the support offered with it, pricing plans, and options, visit the Certificate in Holistic Aromatherapy web page!

About the Author and Course Provider:

The author of this article has a 23 year history in the health care and aromatherapy industry. She is UK-certified aromatherapist and a NAHA Certified Professional Aromatherapist®. She is both a published author and editor in aromatherapy, a consultant, custom blend formulator and herbal studies student. She is the author of Authentic Aromatherapy and the current chief editor of the NAHA Aromatherapy Journal. She has taken the online Master Gardener short course series with the University of Oregon. Sharon works from her garden studio in Sedona, Arizona, where she is in the process of creating her own aromatic stillroom on her one acre homestead and aromatic gardens.

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