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The purpose of this group is to offer massage therapists an opportunity to connect and network to share information about aromatherapy and massage.

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Comment by Rhonda Ford on December 5, 2013 at 3:42pm

Let me know if you would be interested in receiving a free bottle of Frankincense essential oil. 

Comment by Katharine Koeppen on June 16, 2013 at 6:50pm

Alliance of International Aromatherapists
2013 International Aromatherapy Conference & Wellness Expo
Expanding Aromatherapy: Power of the Past, Force of the Future
September 19-22
St. Petersburg, FL

This educational conference features a terrific lineup of speakers. I'm honored to be one of the featured presenters! For more info, contact AIA.

Comment by Katharine Koeppen on June 16, 2013 at 6:45pm

Need CEUs or simply want to refresh your practice with a new skill? Aromaceuticals has just scheduled summer and fall classes in aromatherapy. Learn from a dynamic instructor in Dallas with 20 years clinical experience. For detailed course descriptions and registration, visit aromaceuticals.com/classes or call 214.428.6668.

Comment by Katharine Koeppen on March 12, 2013 at 6:10pm

Interested in going beyond the basics with your knowledge of aromatherapy? Learn from a published clinician with 20 years of practical experience helping clients. I have an advanced class coming up early May in Dallas, a weekend intensive which can rocket your practice to the next level. For more information, visit aromaceuticals.com/classes or call 214.428.6668.

Comment by Katharine Koeppen on January 14, 2013 at 6:07pm

@ Michelle Ellis

Michelle, it's a good idea to have several high quality suppliers on whom you rely, since no one has the same product line, and the industry does experience shortages of various oils from time to time.

I'd like to invite you to visit my site at aromaceuticals.com and check it out. Since 2000, I have been dealing primarily with complementary health providers and hospitals, providing high-integrity essential oils and aromatherapy supplies. All oils are backed by certificate of analysis so you know you're getting the real deal. Unlike many companies, Aromaceuticals is owned and operated by a nationally registered clinician... I know my oils in and out and am a stickler for quality, since I use them in my private practice on a daily basis. If this resonates with you, you may contact me directly with any questions.

-Katharine Koeppen, RA, LMT, NCTMB

Comment by Michele Ellis on January 14, 2013 at 5:37pm

Hi. I'm new to aromatherapy and have a few questions about a brand of essential oils. I've been using lotus touch essential oils but there are a few oils that I would like that they are either always out of or just don't have. I would also like to buy more local. I ran across this site near where I live and was wondering if any of you have used this brand and if it is any good. Even though I would like to buy more local, I also want the best essential oils I can get. Have any of you tried them?

http://www.essentialoil.com/

Comment by Katharine Koeppen on September 14, 2012 at 6:58pm

Aromaceuticals has posted a fall schedule of on site classes, from beginner to advanced. Learn from a nationally registered clinical aromatherapist and recognized expert in the field. Please visit the website for class dates, detailed descriptions and more.

Comment by Hanryscot on June 4, 2012 at 3:47am

Thanks for blogging. Tremendous information regarding aromatherapy. I would like to further suggest drops of lemon oils into the water for aromatherapy bath. It also helpful for complete relaxation to your whole body.

An aromatherapy bath before going to work could get you prepared for a nice soft as well as easy-to-cope-with-stress present.  To end the need for caffeine, try an inspirational oil for instance lemon or geranium oil. It is simplest to add mostly warm water after which add cool water until the tub is a great deal hotter than skin setting, but not uncomfortably warm. Use of aromatherapy bath is more helpful to reduce stress of your body and make you feel better for your whole day.

Comment by Katharine Koeppen on October 12, 2011 at 11:25pm
I've just scheduled a new intro level aromatherapy CEU class, plus a low cost women's aromatherapy event, both in November. Also, Aromaceuticals will be participating in the FREE Girls' Night Out women's health festival at Medical City Hospital in Dallas. Please visit the website for more details...
Comment by Katharine Koeppen on August 10, 2011 at 2:57pm

Tina, what is your website? I may be able to help.

-Katharine Koeppen, RA
Aromaceuticals

www.aromaceuticals.com 

 

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