50 Hour Certified Beginner Aromatherapy (Non-C.A. Level)

The beginner class is great for those wanting to be Level One Certified for Aromatherapy and expand their knowledge base on essential oils, blending techniques, safety, and how to use them in day to day life.

$199.99

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Syllabus for the 50 hr Course

 

Module One - Welcome to the Course

 

Module Two- Aromatherapy 101

What is Aromatherapy:

The Aromatherapy Timeline

The Chemistry of Aromatherapy

 

Module Three: Essential Oils 101

What Are Essential Oils?

What Is The Role Essential Oils In Plants?

Which Parts Of A Plant Contain Essential Oils?

Essential Oil Extraction

Benefits Of Using Essential Oils

How To Store Essential Oils

Areas Of Application

EO Safety

Essential Oil Quality

Constituents of Essential Oils

Quantifiable Testing of Essential Oils

10 ESSENTIAL OIL PROFILES

 

HOMEWORK ONE

 

Module Four: Carrier Oils 101

 

Module Five - Anatomy and Applications

Endocrine System

Immune System

Integumentary System       

Lymphatic System

 

Module Six - Blending Essential Oils

 

HOMEWORK TWO

 

Module Seven - Aromatherapy as a Vocation

Starting Out

The Intake Form

Basic Ethics Tenets

NAHA Ethics Tenets

HOMEWORK THREE

Final Exam

 

 

250 Hour Certified Professional Aromatherapy (C.A. Level)

The Professional 250 hour course is designed for those that want an intensive immersion into the clinical field of aromatherapy. Those graduating are able to seek Level Two certification from NAHA (The National Association of Holistic Aromatherapists). 

 

This is also the perfect course for those in the yoga, massage, reiki, and other holistic health fields that want to expand their services and become clinically certified in Aromatherapy.

$599.99

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Syllabus for the 250 hr Course (Sections that are the same as the 50 hr course have additional information in them to bring them to the Level 2 tier for NAHA)

 

Module One - Welcome to the Course

 

Module Two- Aromatherapy 101

 What is Aromatherapy:

Botanical Terminology

The Aromatherapy Timeline

 The Chemistry of Aromatherapy

The Botany Behind Aromatherapy

 

Module Three: Essential Oils 101

What Are Essential Oils?

What Is The Role Essential Oils In Plants?

Which Parts Of A Plant Contain Essential Oils?

Essential Oil Extraction

Benefits Of Using Essential Oils

How To Store Essential Oils

Areas Of Application

EO Safety

Essential Oil Quality

Constituents of Essential Oils

 20 ESSENTIAL OIL PROFILES

 60 Essential Oils – Their scent and their use

 Creating Your Essential Oil Basic Care Kit

 EO Cheat Sheet

EO Constituent Chart

Your Essential Oil Notebook

Our Cheat Sheet

Phototoxicity

fragrance wheel

Max Dilution Rates for 400 Essential Oils

Homework One

 

Module Four - Carrier Oils 101

 carrier_oil_chart.pdf

EO-dilution-chart.pdf

 

HOMEWORK TWO

 

Module Five - Anatomy and Applications

Endocrine System

Immune System 

Integumentary System

Lymphatic System

The Skeletal System

The Circulatory System

The Digestive System

The Muscular System

The Nervous System

The Reproductive System

The Respiratory System

Urinary System

Anatomy Diagrams.pdf

cellular respiration.pdf

the brain.pdf

the cell.pdf

 

Module Six - Blending Essential Oils

 

HOMEWORK THREE

 

HOMEWORK FOUR

 

Module Seven - Aromatherapy as a Vocation

Market Identification

Which Type Of Business Suits You Best?

Starting Out

The Intake Form

Parts Included In A Medical Intake Form

Benefits Of A Medical Intake Form

Basic Ethics Tenets

NAHA Ethics Tenets

 

HOMEWORK FIVE

 

Final Exam