Aromatherapy is the controlled and informed use of essential oils to maintain and improve the health of the mind, body, soul and spirit.  Before selecting essential oils for a treatment, your therapist will take into consideration your presenting symptoms, emotional state and your reasons for having an aromatherapy treatment. The essential oils used in aromatherapy can be antiseptic, anti-viral, sedative, uplifting and anti-fungal.  These qualities make it a valuable preventative treatment that supports the body’s natural self-healing process.

What’s it good for?

It’s beneficial for many conditions including stress, anxiety, depression, digestive problems, muscular aches and pains, skin problems, hormonal imbalances, infections and circulatory problems. The small molecules in the oils absorb into the skin during the massage and help to remove toxins in the body, stimulate new cell production and protect cells from damaging.

Who practices this?

Fatima Hammal