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This ancient art uses essential oils for a full body massage, combining the healing properties of aromatic plant essences to promote deep relaxation.

What are essential oils?

Essential oils are created by nature in many aromatic plants-herbs, flowers, and trees. Thought of as the life force of the plant, they are present in various parts such as leaves, seeds, flowers, and bark. Essential oils give the plant its particular signature scent. Plants produce essential oils not only to attract bees for pollination, but also to repel insects, and to help protect the plant from disease. Complex, and often misunderstood, these safe, effective, and powerful essential plant oils, offer a wide range of therapeutic possibilities for the human experience, especially when used everyday.

Why are essential oils important?

Essential oils are being used around the world in the fields of medicine, psychology, cosmetology, and subtle energy to promote health and well being. Used since antiquity, they are a valuable contribution to alternative, complimentary, and natural self care.

Used for common ailments such as colds, coughs, muscle aches, insomnia, stress, and fatigue, essential oils are part of an effective health maintenance regime for a vital lifestyle.

How are essential oils used?

Essential oils are used via inhalation and/or skin application, and can be used daily to promote health and well being. The most common methods are massage, bath, and diffusion. Because essential oils are highly concentrated, they are usually diluted in a carrier oil before use.


Aromatherapy Solutions

The Blues

Essential Oils:
Orange, Bergamot, Lemon, Frankincense, Geranium Rose

Uplifts. Helps to balance the emotions.

How to use:
Put three drops on a tissue and inhale the aroma. Pause and inhale again. Diffuse into the room using a cool air diffuser. Geranium Rose and Frankincense can be used to massage the neck and shoulders. Mix 8 drops of essential oils in 1 tablespoon of carrier oil.


Holiday Stress

Essential oils:
Lavendar, Chamomile Roman, Rose, Frankincense, Neroli.Hydrosols: Lavendar, Chamomile Roman, Rose.

Relaxes, calms.

How to use:
Essentail Oils: Take a warm bath, adding 8 drops of essential oil after you have immersed yourself into the tub. Mist neck and shoulders.


Windburn, Chapped Skin

Essential Oils:
Lavendar Highland, Chamomile Blue. Special Plant Oil: Calophyllum Inophyllum.

Soothes irritated skin.

How to use:
Mix 3 drops Lavendar Highland or Chamomile Blue in one tablespoon of jojoba oil. Gently apply to the skin. Apply special plant oil directly to the skin.



Essential Oils:
Ravensara, Eucalyptus, Radiata, Tea Tree

Helps fight viral infections.
Supports immune system.

Essential Oils:
Eucalyptus Globulus, Eucalyptus Radiata, Rosemary, Lavendar Spike, Tea Tree.

Loosens congestion. Helps to fight viral and bacterial infections. Lifts the spirits.

How to use:
Mix 10 drops of essential oil in one teaspoon of carrier oil. Massage upper chest and upper back. Put 3 drops on tissue and inhale aroma.Pause and inhale again.


Body Aches

Essential Oils:
Lavendar, Chanomile Roman, Marjoram Sweet.

Soothes aches and pains.

How to use:
Mix ten drops of essential oil in two tablespoons carrier oil or lotion and massage areas of discomfort.


Poor Circulation

Essential Oils:
Rosemary, Eucalyptus, Geranium, Cypress.

Stimulates circulation.

How to use:
Mix 20 drops of essential oil in 1 ounce carrier oil or lotion and massage the area.


The information on this web site is designed for educational purposes only. It is not intended to be a substitute for informed medical advice or care. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat any health problems or illnesses without consulting your physician. 


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    Orchard Park, NY, 14127
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