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The Holistic Aromatherapy Certification Course

The Reiki Center of Venice believes that if you have a passion for flowers and aromas, then we can help you to enhance your knowledge when you are ready to become a student of Aromatherapy. We strive to give our students the most recent, up-to-date information in accordance with NAHA standards of excellence.

To become an applicant to this study program you must:

  • Be at least 18 years of age.
  • Be able to read and understand English
  • Successfully complete all assignments and pass the final exam with a 80% or better grade.

The Reiki Center of Venice does not discriminate with regards to race, sex, age, physical impairment, sexual orientation, religion or national origin.

Once we receive your order for the selected course, you will be mailed your course along with a student registration form that must be filled out and returned to the Center along with your completed assignments, tests, book report and final blend. You will then be given a student ID# afterward.

The Holistic Aromatherapy Certification is a 250 hour course broken down as follows:

  • Level One-Introduction to Aromatherapy (50 hours)
  • Level Two-Advanced Aromatherapy (200 hours)

 

Level One--Introduction to Aromatherapy 

50 Hours

Course follow the standards and suggestions on the National Association of Holistic Aromatherapy (NAHA).

All brand new and up dated information.

Discover how you can have an exciting career in Aromatherapy

Course includes manual and computer CD + for a limited time-you will receive a free bag of dried calendula flowers and directions on how to make your very own Calendula oil!

 

Core topics:

  • Introduction to the History and use of Aromatherapy
  • Profiles of 20 essential oils
  • Profiles of 20 carrier oils
  • The basics of Blending
  • The basics of olfaction and the psychology of essential oils
  • Basic Chemistry of essential oils
  • Methods of producing essential oils
  • Applications of essential oils
  • Contraindications of essential oils
  • Endangered species
  • and more.....

 

Upon Completion of this course students will be able to:

  1. Discuss the history of Aromatherapy
  2. Discuss uses for essential oils throughout history
  3. Define how essential oils are produced
  4. Demonstrate how to use 20 essential oils and carriers oils
  5. How to take a Client History
  6. How to formulate a blend for Client's specific needs
  7. Demonstrate knowledge of the chemistry of essential oils
  8. Be able to develop clear goals for an Aromatherapy practice
  9. Define difference of fragrance vs essential oils
  10. Define difference in oils due to country of origin
  11. Define elements in determining the quality of an essential oil
  12. Discuss a variety of oils to use for specific facial needs
  13. Discuss a variety of oils to use for specific bodily needs
  14. Provide an overview of the olfactory system
  15. Demonstrate knowledge in the contraindications of essential oils

There are no prerequisites for taking this course

Students will receive a Certificate upon successful completion of this course.

This program will aide massage therapists who are looking for more knowledge on creating a healthy practice for themselves and for their clients. Spa practitioners, acupuncturists, store owners and healthcare providers will also benefit themselves, their clients and their customers by increasing their knowledge and uses for essential oils.

 

 

Essential oils, bottles, beakers, accessories, etc. are NOT included in this course.

 

Students will have to complete the following for certification:

  • 5-10 page book report
  • 10 case studies and follow-ups
  • Final Blend creation
  • Final Level Test

***You will also receive an instructional CD or DVD to watch and follow along.

*****As an added bonus and for a limited time-you will also receive a bag of dried calendula and an instructional CD or DVD with instructions on how to make your own Calendula oil. ALL FREE!

 

Order Level One Basic Aromatherapy Level One Certification for $150 plus $13.99 postage here:

 

 

 

Oils covered in Level One certification include:

  • Lavender
  • Bergamot
  • Orange
  • Lemon
  • Eucalyptus
  • Sandalwood-(profile only, endangered species)
  • Tea Tree
  • Rose Geranium
  • Clary Sage
  • Patchouli
  • Argwood-(profile only, endangered species)
  • Peppermint
  • Rosemary
  • Roman Chamomile
  • Frankincense-(profile only, endangered species)
  • Ylang Ylang
  • Pink Grapefruit
  • Rosewood
  • Rose
  • BONUS!!! Calendula Oil (includes video and product for you to make your own)
 

You MUST complete Level One Certification before purchasing Level Two.

 

 

250 hour course

Courses follow the standards and suggestions on the National Association of Holistic Aromatherapy (NAHA).

All brand new and up dated information.

Discover how you can have an exciting career in Aromatherapy

Course includes manual, CD/DVD, assignments and final exam

 

 

 

 

NAHA Level Two: Professional Aromatherapy Certification

 

1. Required Standards of Education/Training
1.1 Schools and Educators wishing to comply with NAHA’s Standards of Aromatherapy Training must provide a minimum of two hundred (200) hours of training and practical tuition in the fields of aromatherapy and essential oil studies and anatomy and physiology.
1.2 According to the standards approved and adopted by the Council, Aromatherapy and Essential oil studies should comprise of the following core curriculum requirements:

 

  • History and Modern Development
  • The basics of botany (specifically taxonomy)
  • Properties of essential oils within a holistic and clinical framework
  • Methods of extraction
  • Organic chemistry
  • Carrier oils
  • Blending techniques
  • Methods of application
  • Safety and Aromatherapy (including dermal, respiratory and internal use)
  • Consultation and client education program design
  • The basics of business development
  • Legal and ethical issues (include a copy of the NAHA Code of Ethics for students)

 

The following systems to be covered in depth:

  • The Respiratory System
  • The Limbic System
  • The Olfactory System
  • The Integumentary System
  • The Circulatory System
  • The Reproductive System
  • The Musculoskeletal System
  • The Lymphatic/Immune System
  • The Endocrine and Nervous System
  • The Urinary System
  • The Digestive System

 

Graduating students should be knowledgeable in the structure and function of all the major systems of the human body, together with the clinical science of at least five (5) common ailments of each system. Students entering an aromatherapy program with a degree in health related fields (E.g. nurses, massage therapists, doctors) may test out or be exempt from the anatomy and physiology section only in relation to that part of the training which goes over the structure and function of each system. Pre-existing health professionals are still required to complete training in the application of essential oils to each system and the effect of essential oils on a variety of common ailments. Any exemption of the anatomy and physiology portion of training should only be allowed when the request for exemption is fully supported by relevant documentation.

 

2. Required elements for student graduation based upon approved standards in aromatherapy education
2.1.1 Student must complete a 5-10 page research paper.
2.1.2 Student must complete a minimum of 10 case histories.
2.1.3 Student must sit and pass examination in the comfort of your own home that is offered by the school.
2.1.4 Student must study a minimum of 25-30 essential oil profiles in addition to required Level I essential oils

 

 

Course Content for Level II

  • Ancient and Modern Day use of Aromatherapy
  • In-depth Study of Major Systems of the Human Body
  • Safety Precautions
  • Incorporating Aromatherapy into your life
  • Treating Minor Injuries
  • Formulating the Blend
  • and much, much more...

 

List of essential oils covered in Level Two training include:

  • Siberian Pine
  • Lemongrass
  • Sweet Marjoram
  • Exotic Basil
  • Fennel
  • Melissa
  • Cedarwood
  • Lime
  • Jasmine
  • Bay Laurel
  • Inula
  • Sweet Thyme
  • Ginger
  • Vetiver
  • Clove
  • Helichrysium
  • Neroli
  • Black Pepper
  • Citronella
  • Cinnamon
  • Dill
  • Thyme
  • Nutmeg
  • Melissa
  • Mandarin
  • German Chamomile
  • and more.....

 

Sorry-No Refunds or Returns on this Item

 

You MUST complete Level One Certification before purchasing Level Two.

 

These two courses have met the standards and guidelines as set out by NAHA (National Association of Holistic Aromatherapy).

 

Advanced Aromatherapy Level Two Certification. Cost $150 plust $13.99 US postage.

 

 

Sorry-No Refunds or Returns on this Item

 

 

250 hour course-Holistic Aromatherapy Certification

  • Introduction to Aromatherapy (level one) course - 50 hours - $150
  • Advanced Holistic Aromatherapy (level two) course - 200 hours -$150 (for my level one students only)

 

NOTE: These courses follow the standards and suggestions on the National Association of Holistic Aromatherapy (NAHA). After successful completion of these course, students will receive a certificate of course completion and an aromatherapy certificate peratining to each specific aromtherapy course completed. The certificate is issued by the Reiki Center of Venice and not by NAHA. Students are not promised automatic membership with NAHA but can receive instructions on how to become a member of NAHA by visiting their official website at www.NAHA.org.

 

Discover how you can have an exciting career in Aromatherapy.

 

Essential oils are NOT included in this course.

 

 

Students will have to complete the following for certification:

  • 5-10 page research paper
  • 10 case studies and follow-ups
  • Must take a course on Anatomy & Physiology
  • Final Level Test

 

 

 

*If you have any questions, please contact me at FrancineMilford@cs.com

 

 


LISTED ON THE WWW.NAHA.ORG WEBSTIE IS THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION:

 

Level 1: NAHA Certified Level 1 Aromatherapist®

Level1Seal

(Minimum 50 Hours* Curriculum)

• Introduction to the history of Aromatherapy
• Profiles of minimum 20 essential oils
• Minimum of 5 case studies
• Quality of essential oils
• Production and methods of extraction (distillation, cold pressing/expression, enfleurage, absolute, CO2 extraction)
• Basic physiological effects of essential oils: methods of absorption, overview of olfaction and the limbic system, the skin, and the immune system
• How essential oils interact on physical and emotional levels
• Basic essential oil chemistry with contraindications of certain essential oils
• How to create/design an effective blend
• Diluents such as vegetable oils and other carrier bases
• Methods of application (inhalation, diffusion, topical, optional: internal)
• Safety issues (including dermal, respiratory, internal)
• Legal, ethical, privacy issues (include a copy of the NAHA Code of Ethics)

*The Level 1 hour requirement applies to existing health professionals such as: Massage Therapists, Estheticians, Herbalists, Nurses, Physicians, etc. Students who are not existing health professionals have an additional requirement to provide proof of completion of Anatomy & Physiology 1 from an accredited institution, or the equivalent class taken from a NAHA approved school. Anatomy & Physiology Level 1 is a 3-4 credit undergraduate class which typically covers: Tissue & The Integumentary System; Skeleton, Joints & The Skeletal System; Muscle, Muscle Tissue & The Muscular System; Nervous Tissue & The Central Nervous System, The Peripheral Nervous System, The Autonomic Nervous System; The Endocrine System; Cellular Structure & Types, Basic Chemistry. Many universities and colleges offer this course in classroom and on line.

1 college credit = 15-16 classroom hours, or self-paced online which can often be completed more quickly.

Essential Oils Required for Level 1:

Clary Sage (Salvia sclarea), Cypress (Cupressus sempervirens), Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus), Geranium (Pelargonium graveolens), Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia), Lemon (Citrus x limon), Peppermint (Mentha x piperita), Roman Chamomile (Anthemis nobilis), Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis), Sweet Orange (Citrus sinensis), Tea Tree (Melaleuca alternifolia), Ylang Ylang (Cananga odorata); 8 more essential oils chosen by the instructor for a total of 20.

Students should be made aware of the endangered or threatened status of essential oils such as: Agarwood (Aquilariasp.), Frankincense (Boswellia carteri), Rosewood (Aniba rosaeodora) and Sandalwood (Santalum album).

1. Required elements for Level 1 student graduation based upon approved standards in aromatherapy education
   1.1 Student must complete a minimum of 5 case studies.
   1.2 Student must sit for and pass a Level 1 examination offered by the school.
   1.3 Graduates must submit proof of completion of 5 NAHA approved continuing education hours (CEs) per year or 10 CEs every 2 years in order to remain a Level 2 member in good standing. Examples of NAHA approved CEs include: NAHA Conference, NAHA Webinars (free for members!), writing articles for the NAHA Journal, electives and continuing education courses taught by a NAHA approved school, volunteer or mentorship time spent in a holistic healing center that utilizes aromatherapy.


Level 2: NAHA Certified Professional Aromatherapist®

Level2Seal

(Minimum 200 Hours** Curriculum)

• History and Modern Development
• Profiles of minimum 40 essential oils
• Minimum of 10 case studies 
• Quality of essential oils
• Production and methods of extraction (distillation, cold pressing/expression, enfleurage, absolute, CO2 extraction)
• The basics of botany (specifically taxonomy)
• Organic chemistry
• Properties of essential oils within a holistic and professional framework
• Blending techniques
• Diluents such as vegetable oils and other carrier bases
• Methods of application (inhalation, diffusion, topical, optional: internal)
• Safety issues (including dermal, respiratory and internal use)
• Consultation and client education program design
• The basics of business development
• Legal, ethical, privacy issues (include a copy of the NAHA Code of Ethics)

**150 hours in addition to the required Level 1 hours, for a total minimum of 200. The Level 2 hour requirement applies to existing health professionals such as: Massage Therapists, Herbalists, Nurses, Physicians, etc. Students who are not existing health professionals have an additional requirement to provide proof of completion of Anatomy & Physiology 2 from an accredited institution, or the equivalent class taken from a NAHA approved school. Anatomy & Physiology Level 2 is a 3-4 credit undergraduate class which typically covers: The Reproductive System; The Cardiovascular System; The Lymphatic System & The Immune System; The Urinary System; The Digestive System. Many universities and colleges offer this course in classroom and on line.

1 college credit = 15-16 classroom hours, or self-paced online which can often be completed more quickly.

Prerequisites: All Level 1 requirements

2. Required elements for Level 2 student graduation based upon approved standards in aromatherapy education
  2.1 Student must complete a 5-10 page research paper (pertaining to an aromatherapy topic).
  2.2 Student must complete a minimum of 5 case studies in addition to the required level 1 case studies for a total minimum of 10.
  2.3 Student must study a minimum of 20 essential oil profiles in addition to required Level I essential oils for a total minimum of 40.
  2.4 Student must sit for and pass a Level 2 examination offered by the school.
  2.5 Graduates must submit proof of completion of 10 NAHA approved continuing education hours (CEs) per year or 20 CEs every 2 years in order to remain a Level 2 member in good standing. Examples of NAHA approved CEs include: NAHA Conference, NAHA Webinars (free for members!), writing articles for the NAHA Journal, electives and continuing education courses taught by a NAHA approved school, volunteer or mentorship time spent in a holistic healing center that utilizes aromatherapy. 
  2.6 Professional liability insurance is recommended.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reiki Center of Venice

 

Venice, Fl. 34293

 FrancineMilford@cs.com

 

 

 

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