How aromatherapy works

Aromatherapy stimulates the receptors in the nose responsible for smell and sends messages through the olfactory cells to the part of the brain that controls momentum. for survival, emotions and instincts is called the limbic system. Olfactory cells recognize smells as specific aromatic molecules that fit into receptors on those cells. Although not fully understood, scientists believe that the action of these nerve signals triggers strong mood changes
in response to certain smells.

Therapeutic massage in harmony with aromatherapy

Therapeutic massage combined with essential oils, candles and incense stimulates positive emotions and relaxation, and provides clients with mechanisms to cope with many other health problems. Aromatherapy massage is a popular multipurpose method of complementary care for health conditions. Skin absorbs essential oils while maintaining its suppleness, providing pain relief and the mental stimulation of the aroma provides clients with the ultimate
massage session.

Therapeutic massage in harmony with aromatherapy

Therapeutic massage combined with essential oils, candles and incense sticks stimulates positive emotions and relaxation and equips clients with coping mechanisms from many other health problems. Aromatherapy massage is a popular multipurpose method of complementary care for health conditions. The skin absorbs essential oils while maintaining its suppleness, provides pain relief, and the mental stimulation of the aroma provides
customers with the best massage session

Oils to Consider in an Aromatherapy Massage

These are the top recommended essential oils to use when considering one practice certified aromatherapy massage based on its effectiveness on health problems. as well as customer preferences.

Lavender or Lavandula: A flowering plant in the mint family, lavender is one of the most versatile and popular essential oils due to its sweet and clean aroma that the promotes relaxation. Lavender is known as a
balancer or adaptogen, meaning it performs a function that the body needs. It helps your client's body handle stress better, which is why it is very useful in massage therapy. Lavender is also helpful for promoting better sleep, reducing pain, increasing stamina and increasing energy levels.