As we approach the end of June, it is that time of year again when I review and highlight some of the projects and achievements that have happened at Sedona Aromatherapie in 2012. This year has so far been a busy one with regard to new projects! Here is what I have added to Sedona Aromatherapie so far this year:
Sedona Aromatherapie Courses
Perhaps the biggest achievement to date, has been the addition of the new nationally accredited Sedona Aromatherapie Foundation Course in Aromatherapy. This course took me many months to write (and to offer as an online course) but the wait seems to have been well received so far. I wrote the Foundation Course in Aromatherapy from both my own experiences and training, both here in the United States in in the UK, so it is perhaps one of the most unique aromatherapy courses out there! It is a great introduction to the world of aromatherapy – and has been nationally accredited by the National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy.
I will be updating the Lavender Aromatherapy Course soon – and adding several shorter courses to the menu in the next year or so.
Sedona Aromatherapie Make-You-Own Kits
Make-Your-Own Products Kits are a popular and economical way to get started in aromatherapy and product making and I continue to add more kits to the range that I already have; in addition to the basic kits, I now have some more advanced kits, including the Lavender Aromatherapy Make-Your-Own Kit. If you are not sure about committing to a longer or more expensive course, try these kits for starters
National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy
I continue to work for and promote the objectives of the National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy (NAHA). In March, I presented a tele-conference on Aromatherapy Writing and Blogging. The NAHA tele-conferences are a great way to learn more about aromatherapy from a variety of speakers and are free to members. To learn more about NAHA, please feel free to contact me
The second half of 2012 looks just as busy as the first half of 2012 for Sedona Aromatherapie. Over the summer, I will be going to France on an aromatherapy study trip to learn more about the distillation of essential oils and how plants are grown from the growers and distillers themselves. On my return, I plan to write some more shorter aromatherapy courses – and perhaps an e-book or two!
In the meantime, don’t forget to check out the guest posts on Aromatherapy Notes over the summer! Enjoy!
And thank you to all my readers, subscribers, clients, customers and students; I have met, and continue to meet, some wonderful people through the course of my work :