LMT 217 : Aromatherapy II

Transcript title

Aromatherapy II

Credits

2

Grade mode

Standard letter grades

Contact hours total

20

Lecture hours

20

Prerequisites

LMT 216.

Description

Advanced exploration of the essential oils examined in Aromatherapy I and utilization in a massage therapy session.

Learning outcomes

1. Explain energetic models and how the oils work with the subconscious mind.
2. Explain the limbic system of the brain and how the oils work with emotions.
3. Discuss the benefits and attributes of essential oils on health and wellness.
4. Create recipes and blends for common ailments for use in a clinical setting.
5. Explore the use of essential oils in massage and bodywork.
6. Conduct research of essential oils and their relationship to health and wellness.

Content outline

• Introduction to Aromatherapy II concepts and applications
• Review syllabus and concepts from Aromatherapy 1
• Blends And Strategy: The Art and Science of Blending Essential Oils
• Clinical Applications: Techniques and Protocols for creating lasting change
• Clinical Applications: Massage Therapy, Essential Oils, and the Integumentary System
• Blends and Strategy: Health and Targeted Blends
• Clinical Application: Legal and professional scope of practice in Aromatherapy.

Required materials

This course may require: textbook and purchase of essential oils.

Grading methods

This course may require: tests, participation/attendance and other graded work.

Outside of
expected

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