Aromatherapy

Clinical Aromatherapy has been defined as the art and science of applying essential oils therapeutically for the express purpose of healing. Not simply a relaxation or de-stressing technique, it can be used to treat a wide range of physical and emotional problems. Robust research has confirmed its effectiveness.

Appropriately chosen and applied to the skin during a gentle massage, essential oils can have profound physical and psychological benefits. They can:

  • be especially effective in pain relief for muscular aches and pains, headaches, menstrual cramps, etc
  • ease joint inflammation
  • help with eczema
  • ease PMT and menopausal problems
  • soothe coughs and colds
  • relieve symptoms of many stress-related problems, including insomnia, depression and anxiety
  • reduce fatigue and nausea
  • alleviate side effects of chemotherapy

Liz Burchill BA (Hons) MIFPA & FHT

From a background in the recruitment industry, Liz trained in Clinical Aromatherapy at Neal’s Yard in the Tisserand method.  Passionate about the benefits of Aromatherapy, she is a full member of the International Federation of Professional Aromatherapists.