What is Aromatherapy? 

Aromatherapy is the ancient art and science of blending naturally extracted essential oils from aromatic plants to balance, harmonise and promote the health of body, mind and spirit. 
Essential Oils 
The precious essences of aromatic flowers, fruits, grasses, roots, seeds, bark and herbs. 
Each oil has its own unique chemical components and distinct therapeutic healing property. 
When inhaled and absorbed by the skin they produce a particular effect that’s healing for the body and mind. 
Gentle flowing moves, acupressure, and lymphatic drainage, all of which help to relieve muscular tension, aches and pains, release toxins and ease stress and fatigue in the mind and body. 
Massage stimulates the parasympathetic nervous system, allowing the body to relax, the emotions to balance and enabling you to feel a sense of calm. 
Improving physical and emotional wellbeing, aromatherapy balances, harmonises and promotes the health of body, mind and spirit. 
Derived from the Greek word ‘holos’, meaning whole, holistic aromatherapy considers each person individually, in the context of their environment and lifestyle, helping them to improve their own health and wellbeing and restore their body’s equilibrium. 
Aromatherapy can help to: 
Relieve stress, tension and anxiety 
Ease exhaustion and fatigue 
Improve mental focus and mood 
Ease aches and pains 
Alleviate headaches and migraines 
Improve sleep quality 
Boost immunity 
Improving physical and emotional wellbeing, essential oils have been used for centuries. Today, Aromatherapy is a well-regarded complementary therapy for its restorative effects. 
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