NAHA Certified Level 1 Aromatherapist

Lessons

  1. Welcome

  2. Orientation

    1. Course Overview

    2. Class Supplies List

    3. Assignments

    4. Research Paper Guidelines

    5. Case Studies

    6. Aromatherapy Consultation Forms/ Intake forms

  3. Health Disclaimer

  4. Glossary – Essential Oil Terminology

  5. Module One: History of Aromatherapy

    1. What Is Aromatherapy?

  6. Module Two: Botany and Aromatherapy

    1. Aromatic Families

    2. The Role of Botany in Aromatherapy

    3. Common and Botanical Names

    4. Extraction Methods

  7. Module Three : Essential oil Safety

    1. Topical Use Precautions

    2. What is Sensitization?

    3. Equipment Used In Aromatherapy

  8. Module Four: Essential oils Data Sheets – Monographs

    1. Sweet Basil – Ocimum basilicum L

    2. Clary Sage – Salvia sclarea

    3. Cypress – Cupressus sempervirens and Cupressus macrocarpa

    4. Eucalyptus – Eucalyptus globulus

    5. Frankincense – Boswellia sacra

    6. Pink Grapefruit – Citrus × paradisi Macafady

    7. Geranium – Pelargonium graveolens

    8. Helichrysum – Helichrysum italicum

    9. Jasmine – Jasminum grandiflorum L.

    10. Juniper Berry – Juniperus Communis

    11. Lavender – Lavandula angustifolia

    12. Lemon – Citrus limon

    13. Marjoram – Origanum marjorana

    14. Patchouli – Pogostemon cablin (Blanco) Benth

    15. Peppermint – Mentha x piperita

    16. Roman Chamomile – Chamaemelum nobile L.

    17. Rosemary – Rosmarinus officinalis

    18. Sweet Orange – Citrus sinensis var pera Citrus aurantium

    19. Tea Tree – Melaleuca alternifolia

    20. Ylang Ylang – Cananga odorata forma genuina (Lam.)

    21. GCMS Analysis Sample

  9. Module Five Basic Chemistry

    1. Chemical Families

    2. Monoterpenes

    3. Sesquiterpenes

    4. Oxygenated Hydrocarbons – Monoterpene Alcohols

    5. Oxygenated Hydrocarbons – Sesquiterpenols Alcohols

    6. Phenols

    7. Esters

    8. Aldehydes

    9. Ketones

    10. Coumarins -Furocoumarins

    11. Oxides

  10. Ebers – Module Six: Methods Of Application

    1. Useful Recipes /Formulas

  11. Module Seven: Blending Techniques

    1. Blending Tips

    2. How to select oils for a Blend

    3. Blending by Note

    4. Setting Up Your Workspace

    5. Blending By Aromatic Group

  12. Module Eight: The Skin

    1. Bonus - Advanced Level 2 The Integumentary system - Skin

    2. Skin – Integumentary System Diseases

    3. What is an Adverse effect from using oils?

    4. Essential Oils for Various Skin Conditions

    5. Vegetable & Seed Oils

    6. Hydrosols

    7. Aromatic Break

  13. Module Nine: Nervous System

    1. Essential Oils for Stress

    2. Chakras

    3. Aromatic Break

  14. Module Ten : Respiratory System

    1. Respiratory System Diseases

    2. Essential Oils for Respiratory Conditions

    3. Aromatic Break

  15. Ebers – Module Eleven Muscular System

    1. Muscular System Diseases

    2. Essential Oils for Muscular System Diseases

    3. Yoga

    4. Aromatic Break

  16. NAHA CODE OF ETHICS

  17. Resources

  18. Aromatherapy Business Practice

  19. Thank you

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