Wednesday, 4 June 2014

The "British" school of Aromatherapy - then and now

What is sometimes described as the British school of aromatherapy utilises elements of swedish massage and reflexology.

In fact Madam Maury was an Austrian who opened rejuvenation clinics in England, Paris and Switzerland.

Her research work to demonstrated the effects of essential oils on the nervous system, their influence on the well being of people.http://www.oilsandplants.com/maury.htm

 The British school of Aromatherapy is live and well and the research effort continues into the use and applications of essential oils for health and beauty. A number of schools and their alumni are active and combine their efforts in the form of organisations principally IFPA, FHT, IFA.

Each year these UK organisations hold annual general meetings and training conferences

 http://www.ifparoma.org/
 7th June 2014
http://www.ifparoma.org/public/conference.php

 http://www.fht.org.uk/home/
19th/20th July
 http://www.fht.org.uk/2014/splash
seminars
http://wam.fht.org.uk/wam/event_booking.exe?GTEVI=6789&GTEVFP6789

 http://www.ifaroma.org/us/home/
11th October 2014
 http://www.ifaroma.org/us/news/ifa-uk-conference-11th-october-2014/

http://botanica2014.com/
5-8th September
 This is an important show of plant theraputics with leading international speakers

Training seminars also run at Beauty exhibitions notably BeautyUK, Birmingham NEC
10th,11th May 2015
 http://beautyukshow.com/



There is also another strong training link to record and that is with the Soil Association and organic farmers and distillers of essential oils worldwide
Soil Association


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