Clinical Aromatherapy One – Live Webinar

Oct 16, 2021

Oct 17, 2021

9:00 am To 4:00 am (EST)

Online Webinar




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Event Description

The purpose of  Clinical Aromatherapy I is to enlighten and educate the student with the knowledge of various aromatic plant oils and their healing properties. This course introduces concepts basic to the role of the novice Aromatherapist using a variety of essential plant oils. Emphasis is placed on beginning theory and techniques of Clinical Aromatherapy as well as skills in assessment, direct and indirect application, indications/contraindications, safety precautions, two (2) French blending methods and current essential oil research. Twelve (12)  essential oils will be introduced. Upon completion of this course, the student of Clinical Aromatherapy I should be able to apply basic practical skills safely to human clients. Twelve (12) CE's from NCBTMB - Provider #1153.

Instructors, Dr. Tim & Dr. Grace Reischman, BS, DC, LMBT, CCA are certified in Clinical Aromatherapy and have been blending essential oils since 1997. Dr. Tim and Dr. Grace have been teaching therapeutic massage since 1994 and have been massage therapy within the N.C. Community College system since 2000.

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Upon Registration, A Zoom Link will be emailed to you.

Registration closes Oct. 1st, 2021 due to shipping the Aromatherapy Kit to a physical address or P.O. Box. Alaska and Hawaii shipping to be determined.

Thank You,

Dr. Tim and Dr. Grace Reischman


Dr. Tim and Dr. Grace Reischman

3018 Old Montgomery Place Road, Monroe, NC 28112



About the Instructor

Dr. Tim and Dr. Grace Reischman, NC LMBT's and Certified Clinical Aromatherapists, have been Massage educators in North Carolina since 1994. Their passion for teaching Therapeutic Massage and Clinical Aromatherapy continues at South Piedmont Community College in Monroe, North Carolina

Registration Details

Registration will close Oct. 1st, 2021 due to ordering and shipping an Aromatherapy Kit to students at a physical address or POB. 

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