Online Mini Workshop - Essential Oils for Pain Relief

This Mini Workshop will assist aromatherapists in selecting essential oils and developing effective administration protocols for common conditions such as muscular aches and pains and arthritis which require relief from pain and are often exacerbated by the cold damp winter weather

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 Course content includes: 

  • Overview of pain mechanisms and nociception

  • Study of analgesic and anti-inflammatory essential oils and how they work

  • Guidelines for use of essential oils and appropriate method of administration and dilution rates

  • Students will have the opportunity to make a product for pain relief on the workshop.

Autumn 2020

Saturday 21st November 2020 - £55 - 15.00 - 17.30

 

 

 

 

 

This workshop will be live on Zoom. All you need to take part is a computer with a webcam and microphone.

We have chosen Zoom as our online classroom as it's very easy to download and use. If you do not have Zoom, visit https://zoom.us/ and sign up for free. 

On paying for this workshop, you will receive an email giving the Zoom link to access your class. Remember to check your spam folder if you don’t receive this confirmation email in your main inbox.

Convert webinar time to your own time zone on the site here.

 

Booking this webinar entitles you to attend live. Non attendance forfeits workshop fees.

Prerequisites for this course are a Qualification in Aromatherapy and Anatomy and Physiology. Digital certificates will be issued upon completion of the live workshop.

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Proprietor: Sue Lincoln Cert. Ed., F.C.H.P., C.N.H.C Reg.

Accredited with the Complementary Health Professionals (C.H.P.)  

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