41 training courses found
Aromatherapy and the Emotions Psychosomatic Medicine and Psychotherapy has long understood the very close link that exists between mental processes, emotional distress and physical health. It is true to say that healers of all ages and traditions have been aware of the impact that the subtle has on the physical.
Learn about the various conditions that can affect the skin on the scalp and the hair and hair root and shaft and all the different treatment methods using essential oils, carrier oils and hydrolats.
A course teaching the pathology of different cancers, the care of clients and how essential oils can be used in the clinic and at home to alleviate presenting symptoms. Contra-indications will be explored.
More Details about our IFPA-Approved Level 3 Diploma in Pathology, Online CPD Course with ETS: ETS are an IFPA CPD Approved Centre, an approved VTCT centre, CPD partners with the FHT and the AoR, and experienced online learning specialists. Although we run accredited courses, we clearly appreciate that many therapists are keen to refresh their pathology as a part of their continued professional development (CPD).
This fascinating 2-day in-house course (available as distance learning) takes the student to a competent level of understanding of how the chemical molecules in essential oils can affect certain pathological conditions. The course is aimed at aromatherapists who seek a deeper understanding of the chemical composition of the tools of their trade (essential oils, hydrolats and carrier oils) and their many pharmacological effects on the human body.
This essential course fully explores the use of essential oils and aromatherapy techniques with pregnant women. Safety issues are clearly explained along with methods of use.
This course will identify how certain essential oils can bring about balance and harmony to the human being by supporting the hormonal system. This 1 day course will teach you how to aid in treating common problems such as PMS, stress, thyroid deficiency, menopausal symptoms and much more with essential oils.
A one day course beginning with the source of all life – water! Hydrolats are the water by-product of the distillation process and are explained through history, through chemistry, through usage and through their properties. The course will teach about safety in application and administration and several hydrolats will be discussed in detail for clinical treatments.
A fascinating course that explores the different healing properties of individual essential oils that you may not have considered before. Demonstrations on how the different oils can be blended in various ways to enhance the common qualities will be shown.
The minimum period for the completion of this course is 3 months including coursework. Comprehensive course notes and handouts are given out for the techniques taught.
A course exploring essential oils and massage as used for babies and children, including information on toxicity, contra-indications and precautions. A range of childhood ailments and their treatment plans will be taught, including emotional and physical conditions and how to choose and blend essential oils with relevant bases.
This course has an expectation of a further 30 hours home study for the preparation of a business portfolio. This course is incorporated into Aromatherapy Diploma Module 5 and is available to all students, and may also be taken at any stage of their training.
More Details about our IFPA Approved Level 3 Anatomy & Physiology Online CPD Course through ETS (please note – this is a CPD refresher course and not a core unit): ETS are an IFPA CPD Approved Centre, an approved VTCT centre, CPD partners with the FHT and the AoR, and experienced online learning specialists. Although we have run VTCT accredited courses for many years, we clearly appreciate that many therapists are keen to refresh their anatomy and physiology as a part of their continued professional development (CPD).
This intensive distance learning course studies the structure of the skin and its pathology teaches an understanding of many skin conditions (such as eczema, psoriasis, athlete’s foot etc). Recipes for dealing with skin disease and skin ailments will be covered and there will be blending techniques given, based on the components of each disorder.
This is a bridging course for those who have taken the Associate Diploma in Aromatherapy and wish to build in new techniques to help them progress to Additional Massage Techniques and Sports Massage courses.
Module 1 studies: Introduction What is Reflexology? The history of reflexology and how it has developed as a treatment How does Reflexology wor
The course includes: Comprehensive appreciation of body analysis for assessment of clients Choosing appropriate oils, creams and lotions used i
An exploration of how aromatherapy, essential oils, and some herbal products and bases can affect the way we experience and control pain. This Pain Management & Essential Oils course is invaluable for those working with people in pain as it explores different essential oil blends and application techniques that have been used in hospital and hospice settings.
The course includes: Specific techniques in massage including foot reflex massage.
Module 1 studies: Aromatherapy massage, its principles and benefits The properties and effects of 12 of the most popular essential oils Methods of extraction, storage and blending and the use of carrier oils History of aromatherapy and massage together with the philosophy of holistic healing Introduction to botany, plant cell function and photosynthesis Attendance on the foundation module is enough for those who wish only to use essential oils safely at home, to help their family and to enhance their own life. 10 case studies and 5 essays should be completed before Module 2.