Conrad, a registered nurse and clinical aromatherapy
practitioner, educator, and researcher with experience developing hospital programs in evidence-based women's health aromatherapy, offers a guide that draws on the clinical evidence base to describe clinical aromatherapy
in nursing, midwifery, and therapy with women.
is the use of essential oils (EOs) to achieve a specific clinical outcome.
For us, the online venue is great for continuing ed and for informative fun classes, such as these," says Cynthia Brownley, who has been teaching for over two decades and has a Masters in Education along with clinical aromatherapy
. Philadelphia, PA: Churchill Livingstone.
Kim et al., "Clinical aromatherapy
," Seoul, Jungmunkag, 2005.
Based on her many years of experience and research, in 2015 Buckle published Clinical Aromatherapy
: Essential Oils in Health Care, a peer-reviewed, evidence-based book on the clinical uses of essential oils.
Drawing on published research and clinical experience, clinical aromatherapy
may be a potentially effective complementary practice in childbirth.
The spa now has four treatment rooms -- a couples room having been added -- and a whole new treatment menu exclusively using the UK products of Eve Taylor, the founder of the Institute of Clinical Aromatherapy
. One new treatment featured is a special massage for pregnant women.
I was treated to a fabulous clinical aromatherapy
massage at a brilliant salon in Glasgow.
Reflexology, Reiki and Clinical Aromatherapy
aim to relax the body on a physical and energetic level.