Why I don’t offer sales or special offer discounts, or engage in ‘buy-one-get-one-free’ promotional gimmicks.
My price is fair and competitive, and reflects the time, skill, quality, and cost invested in my service.
There are meaningful ways in which I can ‘give back’, and purposefully channel my time and energy.
For example, I provide a fixed concession for
carer’s (Caring for Carer’s). This is done in support and recognition of the incredible and vital role carer’s play, which in many ways is not always visible, especially for those caring for partners, relatives and loved ones. Caring in this context can be quite isolating and consuming. Aroma-massage provides ‘a moments peace’, an ideal opportunity to rest, revive, rejuvenate, while supporting the immune system and a sense of wellbeing. You will find more details about Caring for Carer’s here: http://www.aromantique.co.uk/caring-carers/
I also donate to charity in various ways. For example, I recently donated an aroma-massage in aid of supporting Axminster’s Flamingo Pool, a self-funding charity that provides an incredible facility to the local community; the draw is today (Wednesday 25th July) – Charity Golf Day, Chardstock – details here: https://www.flamingopool.co.uk/events.
This way, everyone really is a winner; I don’t
compromise the value of my service, and also the rippling effect reaches further to positively touch the lives of many more people than ‘cut-price or BOGOF offers’ will ever do.
In reality, in my particular business, I can only work with one person at a time, and only with so many in a day. The quality of what I offer is very important to me as this directly affects my clients experience and the outcome of their treatment. Balance is key to sustainability; this includes financial stability as well as personal development, and ability to manage and value quality, time, and space.
A recent study exploring the effect of mindfulness meditation and the psycho-emotional influence of essential oils found that, when combined, meditation and essential oils act synergistically to significantly reduce levels of anxiety. The essential oils applied (Satureja brevicalyx and Satueja boliviana – plants native to Peru) contain a high content of linalool, a phyto-chemical attributed with being ‘uplifting’, among other qualities. The authors indicate that other essential oils containing linalool may potentially produce a similar effect suggesting, as an example, a blend of Ho wood, geranium and peppermint (peppermint does not contain linalool but in combination these oils create a similar chemical ‘fingerprint’ to the Peruvian oils). (Soto-Vásquez & Alvarado-García 2017).
Odour detection draws the perceivers’ awareness to their breathing, to the moment.
Find out about this dynamic relationship, and much more, in my book ‘Essential Oils for Mindfulness and Meditation’ (publisher: Inner Traditions USA), available here:
Most people know something about essential oils, buy and use them. They form part of the ingredients of many ‘every day’ household products. They are multi dynamical. There is so much to learn and know about their properties. Where do you start?
A really good place to begin is from the point of your own curiosity; what intrigues you, what do you want to know more about? If you could chose the topic of a workshop, what would it be?
Why not let me know (firstname.lastname@example.org /07419 777 451); perhaps this could inform the theme or content of the next series of workshops.
What workshop theme will be of interest to you?
Is there a particular aspect about the qualities or the application of essential oils you would like to know more about?
Are you interested in gaining a professional essential qualification?
Are you a carer caring for someone else; would you like to know about the supportive qualities of essential oils? Do you work with children; which oils are appropriate, calming and aid concentration and memory retention? Do you want to enhance your skin care routine; which oils will benefit your complexion type? Do you want to uplift your mood; how do essential oils influence mood and emotion and which ones will benefit you the most?
I am qualified and able to deliver training from curious user to professional qualified practitioner. If you are interested in learning more about essential oils please let me know, I would love to hear from you; your curiosity, interest and feedback will be very welcome and helpful.
Looking forward to hearing from you.
This large, hollow-stemmed, perennial herb produces a clear to yellow-brown or olive tinted essential oil, which is extracted from the milky white translucent oleo resin or gum or ‘tears’ that exude from incisions made at the base of the stem. Both sedative and stimulant, this essential oil balances erratic moods, reduces nervous tension, is restorative and tonic, as well as being a valuable skin care ingredient and is especially indicated for mature and / or damaged skin, among many other supportive qualities.
Why not visit www.aromantique.co.uk to find out more about the imminent publication of Aromantique’s essential oil book compilation, which describe the source, safe application and numerous values of essential oils, including Galbanum; a ‘must have’ companion for ‘everyday life’.
NB: Information provided here, or in any of the books which form part of the Aromantique book compilation, is not presented as an alternative or substitute for professional advice or healthcare. These books aim to provide a complementary supportive and preventative tool to aid wellness and wellbeing.
(Vetiveria zizanoides L. Nash)
Known as the ‘Oil of Tranquility’, the deep brown-red viscous essential oil extracted from the chopped up roots and rootlets of vetivert is renowned for instilling a sense of feeling ‘grounded’ and ‘earthed’, and for quelling hyperactivity, nervous exhaustion, anxiety and depression. Blended in vegetable oil, cream or lotion, vetivert is also a valuable skin care ingredient, helpful for mature complexions, dry and oily skin, among many other qualities.
NB: Information provided here, or in any of the books which form the Aromantique book compilation, is not presented as an alternative or substitute for professional advice or healthcare. These books aim to provide a complementary preventative tool to support wellness and wellbeing.