Aromatherapy Certification

  • I have exciting news to share…
    After 20+ years of self study and 3.5 years in my Aromatherapy Certification Program, I am now a Certified Aromatherapist!

    My program consisted of 7 lessons and countless webinars, 20 Case Studies, a research paper, blending exercises, and an anatomy and physiology class. My research paper is now available for download on our website if you wish to read about 10 Essential Oils for Stress.

    What does it mean to be a Certified Aromatherapist? The Aromatherapy field is self regulated, which means there is no governmental oversight (for now). Anyone can say they are an Aromatherapist! I chose to become certified through our only national non-profit aromatherapy organization called NAHA, or the National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy. My course was a 235-hour program offered through the fabulous Andrea Butje of Aromahead Institute.

    When you choose to become certified through NAHA you agree to abide by their strict safety standards and code of ethics. In addition to my class through Aromahead I just completed the Essential Oil Safety Masterclass offered through the Tisserand Institute. I’m continuing with Robert Tisserand’s Essential Oils for Healthy Skin class which will be completed in June.

    I am now offering an Aromatherapy Consultation for Stress based on my research findings. In this 1 hour Aromatherapy Consultation, I will take you through my 10 Essential Oils for Stress plus other supportive oils and connect you with the ones that will help you most. A personal inhaler, diffuser blend, or body oil will be created for you and can be refilled at any point without an additional consultation. The price of product is not included in the consultation fee.

    In the future, my Aromatherapy Consultations will be moving out to our new Farmhouse. As many of you know we bought a farmhouse in Milan back in December. It has been glorious connecting with the land and watching what is blooming these early spring days. We have a lot of work ahead of us including the creation of a Farmhouse Lab and consultation space. If you would like to keep in touch with what’s happening out there, including all the animals we are aquiring, the best way is to follow us on instagram @stonycreekaromatics.

    Throw back photo of the day. Circa 1997 in Kathmandu, Nepal. No makeup, no sunscreen, bad taste in footwear, but I brought my peppermint essential oil! It has been an amazing journey and it’s only just beginning!

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