Nov 07 , 2015
We are pleased to announce that Cheryl's Herbs will sponsor a 40-hour aromatherapy certification course. The class, Aroma 101: Foundations is offered by The East-West School of Herbal and Aromatic Studies and will be taught by Kathy Klug, a Registered Aromatherapist taught by Cheryl Hoard.
The class is offered by The East-West School of Herbal and Aromatic Studies.
January, Tuesday 19th, 2016 6pm – 9pm for 10 Tuesdays.
Jan 19th, 26th.
Feb 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd.
March 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd.
Continuing Education Hours:
40 hours; The East-West School for Herbal & Aromatic Studies is approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a continuing education provider.
NCBTMB Provider #: 406071-00
Fee: $500 payable in advance, includes course manual, 24 bottles of 24 essential oils, and all supplies needed for making products during the course. If paying by credit card, please contact Kathy Klug directly at (573) 535-0074. Cash payments can be made at Cheryl's Herbs.
Successful completion of the 40 hour course including 5 case studies, and final exam for Certification.
This certification program is the only “live” course presented in the country, besides the ones available on the East and West Coasts. This provides each student the opportunity of hands on learning experiences. Kathy's teaching style focuses upon development of a group-learning atmosphere in which students are free to share knowledge and explore ideas. Throughout the course students are encouraged to present ideas/suggestions for learning activities, as long as these do not modify the basic structure and content of the course. The learning environment will stimulate interest in learning, respect individual needs of students and yet provide time for fun and shared interests of the group.
Payments are non-refundable
All payments are due in full by the first class
Classes will take place at Cheryl's Herbs
7170 Suite A Manchester Rd, St. Louis, MO, 63143
♦Discovering aromatic plant medicine: An introduction
♦Discover the therapeutic properties of 20 essential oils: Chamomile (Roman), Clary Sage, Cypress, Eucalyptus, Fennel, Frankincense, Geranium, Ginger, Grapefruit, Lavender, Lemon, Lemongrass, Orange, Patchouli, Peppermint, Rosemary, Mandarin, Tea Tree, Vetiver, Ylang Ylang
♦Aromatic skincare: The integumentary system
♦The basics of olfaction and the psychology of essential oils
♦Methods of application and blending techniques
♦Homecare and healthcare with aromatherapy
♦Basic chemistry of essential oils
♦Basic case study for family, friends and existing health care professionals
♦Discuss the history of aromatherapy and its modern development.
♦Compare and contrast true therapeutic aromatherapy with retail market aromatherapy.
♦Compare and contrast a true essential oil with a fragrance oil.
♦Identify key elements in determining the quality of an essential oil.
♦Define what an essential oil is and how it is produced.
♦Demonstrate knowledge of 20 essential oils, including Latin binomial, safety information and five key therapeutic properties of each individual essential oil.
♦Describe the basic physiology of the skin and its key functions.
♦Design an effective blend for basic skincare.
♦Describe basic anatomy and physiology of the sense of smell.
♦Specify key parts of the limbic system and their.
♦List and describe various methods of application techniques and delivery systems.
♦Demonstrate basic knowledge of the chemistry of essential oils.
♦Provide a brief overview of key systems of the body and best methods of application.
♦Design aromatic blends for a client's physical and or emotional well-being.
For more information, or to sign up, feel free to send an email through our contact us page or call us at 314-645-2165
Meet the Instructor:
She creates and manufactures her own essential oil blends and products.
If you are unable to attend the live courses here at Cheryl's Herbs and are still interested in taking the course.
Please check out Jade Shutes online program at: