Book an Aromatherapy Massage with Holistic Angel during June to receive a free rollerball with your unique blend of Essential Oils tailored made to address your own personal needs. Apply to pulse points (temples, behind the ears, wrists and behind the knees) when required.
Aromatherapists worldwide are celebrating and participating in Aromatherapy Awareness Week, raising awareness and promoting the health benefits of aromatherapy.
Aromatherapy was recently highlighted in the 2019 Federation of Holistic Therapists Member Survey as one of the top three therapies demanded by clients. The essential oils used in aromatherapy are highly aromatic, readily absorbed into the body via the skin and lungs, and are believed to affect the body on all levels - physically, mentally and even emotionally/spiritually. When combined with massage, which helps to soothe away muscular tension and improve circulation, an aromatherapy treatment can be either deeply relaxing or uplifting, depending on the oils and massage techniques used by the therapist.
Aromatherapy is used by people for a variety of reasons. Some use it to help them manage or cope with specific physical, mental or emotional problems, while others use it as means of relaxation, or to help maintain good health and a sense of general wellbeing.
Benefits from Aromatherapy
Pain management - Relieve and soothe & Muscular/joint pain, headaches and migraines, sinus congestion, discomforts of labour, fibromyalgia, stings, bites and sunburn.
Mental and Emotional - Improved sleep quality, reduce stress / anxiety / irritability, restlessness and uplifting affect for depression, C.F.S.
Respiratory problems – soothe sore throats, ease congested airways, strengthen immune system, alleviate asthma & hay fever symptoms.
Improve digestive issues such as IBS.
Contact Angie on 07786165008 to book
Hormonal – PMT issues such as stomach cramps, mood swings, pre/menopausal problems.
Aromatherapy massage and essential oils are commonly used in hospitals, hospices and other healthcare settings, to help support patients and their carers. The demand is increasing for complementary therapy in supportive and palliative care, as it provides symptom relief as well as emotional support to patients.