Clinical aromatherapy challenges in cancer and palliative care

Calendars: UK.

14th & 15th September 2019

9.30am—4.30pm

Cost: £325.00 (includes sandwich lunch)

Venue: Strathcarron Hospice, Randolph Hill, Denny.

When working in the cancer and palliative care environments, we often encounter patients with symptoms affecting their quality of life. Many of these symptoms respond positively to the judicious use of essential oils and related products. This class explores issues that commonly affect quality of life for chronically ill patients with a view to providing an evidence-based and practical perspective as to the role of essential oils and different mediums/bases.

This class also aims to promote discussion and networking amongst practitioners working with essential oils in clinical environments.

Rhiannon Lewis is an experienced aromatherapist, educator and editor and together with Gabriel Mojay she is editor of the International Journal of Clinical Aromatherapy (www.ijca.net). She is the host and organiser of international clinical aromatherapy conferences and seminars. She combines holistic and clinical skills gained over the past 30 years in England, America and France to demonstrate how essential oils can be effectively used in clinical applications. She is known for her effective teaching style, enabling the aromatherapist to inform their practice and improve their therapeutic interventions.

Currently living in Provence, France, Rhiannon travels widely to lecture as well as hosts classes and aromatic escapades in Provence where students combine essential oils studies with field trips and true Provencal hospitality.

For more information or to book a place please contact Lindsey Manzie lindsey.manzie@nhs.net or visit our website