Aromatherapist, Reflexologist, Leeds & OxfordAromatherapy Massage, Reflexology, Flower Remedies, Indian Head Massage, Reiki, Hopi Ear Candling
Aromatherapy is a complementary therapy based on the use of essential oils extracted from herbs, flowers, roots, grasses and trees. The essential oils are used in massage, inhalations, compresses and various preparations.
This ancient healing art has been known for many thousands of years. It was first practised by North Americans, Indians, Chinese and Egyptians. Dr William Fitzgerald introduced reflexology to this country in 1913.
Established in 1936, the Bach Remedies act as a supportive therapy and a non-medicinal adjunct to most forms of complementary medicine and orthodox medicine. Their use for over 50 years has proved them effective, with no word of complaint of any side-effect or adverse reaction with other therapies.
Originally it was used regularly by women to promote hair growth, condition and lustre. By using various nourishing oils like coconut and jojoba, nutrients circulate to the hair roots, and the scalp is stimulated, encouraging growth and preventing hair loss.
The Hopi, the oldest Pueblo people with great medicinal knowledge and spirituality, brought this knowledge to Europe.
The burning of the ear candles create a column of warm air which acts like a chimney drawing out impurities and has a gentle massaging effect on the ear drum.