Aromatherapy Course-Certification for Nurses and You!
Essential oils and other aromatherapy products continue to gain popularity with hospitals, healthcare professionals, and households across the globe looking for natural wellness alternatives.
As this positive trend continues, the number of certified aromatherapists is also on the rise. Many individuals looking to get their aromatherapy certifications are RN’s, registered nurses, and other healthcare professionals. However, we are seeing many interested people from all walks of life seeking certification in the support of the wellness of family and friends. Natural Options Aromatherapy has developed a comprehensive and free online aromatherapy class explaining the benefits associated with becoming a certified aromatherapist.
If you are interested in Aromatherapy, we invite you to attend one of our free online events. Whether you are already enrolled in one of our accredited aromatherapy certification classes or are considering becoming a certified aromatherapist, this introductory class will provide you with a great foundation and information to start your journey.
There has never been a better time to consider how aromatherapy certification can benefit you, your family, friends, and those under your care. Check out our event calendar and choose the date that works for you! While at the event calendar, we also invite you to browse some of our other courses that may interest you.
To sign up for one of our free online webinars, click over to our event calendar or email us at [email protected] and reserve your spot today.
Aromatherapy Education and Certification
Who Should Take Our Accredited Aromatherapy Courses?
As a Director of the State of Ohio National Association of Holistic Aromatherapy (NAHA), I am often asked whether it is necessary for people that use aromatherapy in a healing capacity to receive proper training. My answer is always a resounding yes. Lots of our customers enjoy aromatherapy oils solely because of the fragrance. They use a diffuser and enjoy the scents that permeate around the house.
For people that intend to use essential oils and aromatherapy for medical purposes though, there are crucial lessons that need to be learned; these include, but are not limited to, gaining knowledge of the chemical properties of the essential oils and learning the correct blending techniques; in the hands of an accredited practitioner, they are a powerful clinical tool.
We take aromatherapy and the use of essential oils very seriously and strongly advise people to take a course that is accredited by an official body. Our courses are accredited by the National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy (N.A.H.A) and the National Certification Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodyworkers (N.C.B.T.M.B.). The devil is in the detail; it is the small snippets of knowledge gained from years of experience, that we pass on to our students – over and above the general course curriculum – which often make a huge difference.
What Makes Natural Option’s Certification Seminar Special and Unique?
We teach a number of different topics on our certification seminar that others do not.
Firstly, we cover 41 essential oils in depth. We teach what they do and why, and how to use them to achieve the desired outcome. We also cover the chemistry and history of aromatherapy; this is a requirement dictated by the NAHA. You may find other courses that teach this but this is where the similarities end. We also discuss and dissect several diseases and conditions such as arthritis, Parkinson’s disease, MS, dysmenorrhea, depression, etc. We look at the different facets of the disease, what traditional medicine does to treat it, the advantages and disadvantages of that, and then look at what aromatherapy treatments can do. We also divide the course into six different lab sessions. In each session, you are required to formulate two specific blends for two specific issues. This gets the attendee into hands-on formulating and blending. The individual gets into the mindset of using essential oils for their physiochemical properties instead of whether they like the scent or not.
After completing the course, attendees are required to follow a specific format that we provide to do three case studies of their own. This information goes towards building a large database of studies. We reprint the case studies and send them to all past students of our aromatherapy courses. This serves several purposes. First, everyone will have a large collection of studies with specifics on the blend used, how it was used, how often it was used, and the results. This will give you a large number of proven blends and applications for you to use with your clients. Then, if you use the same blend in the same way, we can keep that on file. When we get enough case studies on the same issue with similar results, that becomes the basis for a case trial.
So that we can give our students the individual attention that they need and deserve, we keep class sizes small; typically three to ten people. Graduates use their newfound knowledge in a variety of ways. This could be teaching the general public, teaching massage therapists and reflexologists, or even working within hospices or skilled nursing facilities. If you have taken the course with the aim of working in one of these roles, or any other, we will provide you with business ideas, and continued help, support and advice.
It is for these reasons and more that we feel our Aromatherapy Certification Seminars stand out in helping you to help others.
For details of course dates available in 2021, please follow this link: