Aromatherapy Workshops Moved to Asheville
The Remainder of This Year's Workshops Will Be Held in Asheville NC
Bring a Friend and Earn $25.00
Using Essential Oils for Acne
See Dr. Power's Article Below
In this newsletter:
- Aromatherapy Workshop Schedule: Levels I, II & III in Asheville
- Essential Oils for the Skin (esp. Acne): Blue & Roman Chamomile, Cedarwood, Geranium & Juniper
- Aromatherapy Certification / Massage Therapy CE hours: NCBTMB Approved Provider - 15 CEs
- Essential Oils: Essential Oils from Artisan Aromatics
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Two-Day Weekend Aromatherapy Workshops in Asheville
Level I: Foundations of Aromatherapy (for Healing Arts Practitioners)
Level II: Creating Essential Oil Blends (for use in Clinical Settings)
Level III: Clinical Practice in Healthcare Settings
- Asheville NC: September 10-11
- Asheville NC: October 22-23
Cost for each two-day workshop is $245.00 Early / $295.00 Late (less than 30 days prior) - Reserve your seat for only $145.00.
Bring a friend and get a $25.00 rebate - see registration page for more details.
Where would you prefer the location of the workshop to be?
Dr. Power's Farm (Beautiful when you get there but "out there" about 30 min. from Asheville OR hotel meeting space in Asheville?
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More workshop info: Workshop Info | Info about Dr. Power: About Dr. Joie Power | Registration Info: Registration
Essential Oils for the Skin - Natural Help for Acne
THE SKIN: Essential Oils are of benefit to the skin because their solubility in lipids draws them readily into the skin and allows them to diffuse and penetrate in the skin. Their antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, emollient, analgesic, and healing properties are of direct benefit, while calming, immunostimulating, detoxifying properties support the correction and healing of underlying causative processes.
Since skin disorders are often the first indication of systemic imbalance, it is important to treat at the systemic level (food allergy, chronic stress) since failure to do so may cause the ailment to go deeper and manifest as a more serious complaint.
For this reason, essential oils should be used as adjuncts to a broader treatment approach or they will be no better than mainstream suppressive therapy.
ACNE: The sebaceous glands produce excessive sebum which blocks follicles. Bacteria multiply in the blocked sebum, causing inflammation.
Possible Causes: hormonal imbalance (androgen and testosterone); food allergies (esp. wheat or milk); possible disturbance in carbohydrate metabolism and/or improper diet.
ESSENTIAL OILS: German chamomile (Matricaria recutita) - antiseptic, anti- inflammatory, cicatrisant, digestive, hepatic, stimulates leukocytes (WBC). German Chamomile makes a better choice than Roman Chammomile because it has more anti-inflammatory properties but where stress is a component, Roman chamomile offers a greater relaxing effect.
Atlas Cedarwood (Cedrus atlantica): antiseptic, antiseborrehic, diuretic, circulatory stimulant, tonic (lymph).
Geranium (Pelargonium graveolens): antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, astringent, cicatrisant, diuretic, hormonal, styptic, regulates sebum, tonic (lymph). Use with care on the skin of hypersensitive people.
Juniper (Juniperus communis): antiseptic, depurative, diaphoretic, diuretic, sudorific, stimulant (circulatory), tonic. Avoid where there is kidney disease; many references advise avoiding in pregnancy.
Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia): antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, calming, cicatrisant, tonic.
METHODS OF USE: warm compresses; baths (to aid general detox); full body massage to aid detox and balance nervous system; spray on skin tonic (diluted in distilled water (95% water).
RELATED HERBAL REMEDIES: Burdock, Dandelion, Nettles and Chamomile.
SUPPLEMENTS: Evening Primrose Oil especially if the condition worsens with PMS. Garlic, Vitamin C., brewers yeast, chelated zinc or zinc gluconate.
OTHER: plenty of fresh air, exercise, deep breathing and relaxation. Flower remedies as indicated. Dietary changes as needed.
*This information is provided for educational interest only and is not intended for the diagnosis, management, treatment, or cure of any mental or physical illness.
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Aromatherapy Certification / Massage Therapy CE hours
Earn your Certification in Clinical Aromatherapy. Successfully complete all three levels of Dr. Power's Aromatherapy Workshops and you will be awarded Certification in Clinical Aromatherapy.
Each of our three levels of Aromatherapy Workshops for Healing Arts Practitioners is approved for Massage Therapy 15 CE hours (45 total).
To sign-up, click: Register for Aromatherapy Workshops
Artisan Aromatics: Our Choice for Therapeutic Quality Essential Oils
Artisan Aromatics Artisan Aromatics added 22 more essential oils to their online shop last month and are adding more each month. They offer a growing selection of professional quality essential oils and absolutes including Gardenia, Rose, Tuberose, Lavender, Tea Tree, Ylang Ylang, etc.). Plus, Artisan Aromatics offers a 10% discount to Healing Arts Practitioners. To receive Practitioner Discount, enter Practitioner1011 in the Code box when you check out.
New for Artisan Aromatics is an update to their shopping cart which gives the option of making purchases with either credit card or PayPal.
In addition to individual Essential Oils and Absolutes, Artisan Aromatics has created two Aromatherapy Kits exclusively for The Aromatherapy School (buying the kit saves 5%). Each kit (for Level I & Level II) contains all the oils covered in each level. Students are not required to purchase the kits but, if you are in need of a number of essential oils, Artisan Aromatics has made these professional quality essential oil kits available at a discount: 10% off for Healing Arts Practitioners / 20% off for all current and former students of The Aromatherapy School.
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Joie Power, Ph.D., Dir.
The Aromatherapy School