About the Book
Are you seeking a natural and holistic way to improve your mental, emotional, and physical well-being? And di you know that our sense of smell has the power to trigger and increase memory, change our mood, and boost our immune system? In Holistic Aromatherapy you will find the foundations for harnessing this power and self-healing with essential oils, including the additional benefits of practical applications based on Chinese Medicine.
Discover the healing connection between aromatherapy and Chienese Medicine, and learn about key essential oils – peppermint, lavender, eucalyptus, and many more – and their unique personalities and applications. Find our how to apply essential oils on acupressure points for enhanced benefits and make and essential bath oil or steam inhalation, as well as simple massage techniques and compresses for pain relief. Whether you need relief from a common cold, have a digestive concern, or suffer from back and neck pain, or if you are seeking relaxation and a calm mind, enter the scent-filled world of Holistic Aromatherapy for overall self-care and rejuvenation.
On the Back of the Book
Heal your body, mind, and spirit using the power of essential oils.
Embrace the power of smell and discover…
- How to classify essential oils and their unique personalities and applications
- The healing connection of aromatherapy and Chinese Medicine
- How to apply essential oils on acupressure points for enhancing benefits
- Simple massage techniques and various compresses for pain relief
- Recipes for blends and how to make an essential bath oil or steam inhalation
- Illustrations, charts, and resource lists to guide and inspire you.Total Pages: 160 (Paperback)
About the Author
Marc J. Gian is a sought-after practitioner and teacher. He has developed an in-depth course series for professionals on the clinical applications of essential oils. Since 2007, he has been a clinical supervisor at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, and for 10 years he was the teacher of the essential oils curriculum for the college. Along with frequent teaching engagements, Marc maintains a private practice in New York City with a focus on addressing the mental and emotional issues associated with illness. He is also a co-founder of the Meridan Biologix line of professional essential oils, with blends based on traditional Chinese medicine pattern diagnosis. He is a regular teacher at the New York Open Center and was recently a speaker at the Alliance of International Aromatherapist conference in Denver, Colorado.