Professional essential oil therapy is a form of complementary and alternative medicine that uses concentrated plant extracts, known as essential oils, to promote physical and emotional wellness. The therapy involves the use of high-quality essential oils, which are carefully selected and blended by trained aromatherapy practitioners, to create a tailored treatment plan for each individual client.
Accredited by Professional Academy, Lincoln University College
Collaboration with EHPA Academy-Eden Holistic Professional Aromatherapy
Essential oils are often used to ease stress, boost mood, relieve pain from headaches and migraines, get a better night’s sleep, quell nausea, and even repel insects. Most essential oils have antiseptic properties as well, best for diffuse, bath, dilute for massage and skincare.
Why learning about Essential Oil Therapy?
Natural healing: Essential oils are derived from plants and have been used for centuries for their therapeutic properties. Learning about essential oils and how to use them can allow you to tap into natural healing methods.
Versatility: Essential oils can be used for a variety of purposes, including relaxation, pain relief, skincare, and aromatherapy. By learning about essential oil therapy, you can discover new ways to use them and incorporate them into your daily routine.
Health benefits: Essential oils have been shown to have numerous health benefits, including reducing stress and anxiety, boosting the immune system, and improving sleep quality. Learning about essential oil therapy can help you take advantage of these benefits.
Personal empowerment: Learning about essential oil therapy can empower you to take control of your own health and well-being. By understanding how essential oils work and how to use them effectively, you can become more self-sufficient and proactive in your own healthcare.
Overall, learning about essential oil therapy can be a valuable tool for promoting health and wellness in your life. However, it is important to note that essential oils should be used with caution and under the guidance of a qualified practitioner, as they can be potent and may interact with certain medications.
This course is suitable for individuals who.
a) Intend to acquire a fundamental knowledge of essential oils. b) Intend to learn the right and safe way to use essential oils. c) These are existing complimentary practitioners that intend to acquire additional or enhance their knowledge. d) Intend to use essential oils with artisan formula.
This course is a value-added skill for:
a) Health coaches b) Health practitioners (Nutritionists, Doctors, Holistic nurses etc.) c) Holistic Practitioners (Yoga, energy, massage, acupressure). d) Natural skin care manufacturers who want to incorporate essential oils in the product formula. e) Essential oil business start-up.
2 months course (60 hours)
13 classes for theory and practical in total 30 hours
Case Studies and assignments 30 hours
25 types of Essential Oils Profile
10 Case Study Reports
1 Research Report
Art of blending
Essential oil effects in Body Systems
Basic massage techniques
Legal, ethical, safety and privacy
Business study and after course consultation
Module 1 – Introduction of Essential Oil
Essential oils are aromatic, volatile liquids obtained from plant material through steam distillation and named after the plant from which they are derived. Essential oils can be defined as either products or mixtures of fragrant substances or as mixtures of fragrant and odorless substances.
Definition of essential oils
History of aromatherapy
Essence of plants
Secretory structures of plants
Endangered species in aromatherapy
Common chemistry and effects of essential oils
Module 2 – Essential Oil Profile and Art of Blending
Essential oil blending is the process of combining different essential oils to create a new and unique aroma that offers therapeutic benefits.
Overview of 25 essential oils
Overview of 5 carrier oils
Overview of 5 hydrosols
Therapeutic properties of essential oils
Principles of blending
Principles of blending
Module 3 – Application of Aromatherapy
Aromatherapy is the practice of using essential oils for therapeutic purposes, and it has a wide range of applications.
Essential oil dosage guidelines
Pharmacokinetics of essential oils
Routes of absorption for essential oils
Methods of application for essential oils
Safety guidelines for use
Guide to purchasing essential oils and carrier oils
Module 4 – Essential oil Safety
Essential oils are natural and potent substances that require proper handling and use to ensure safety.
Ethical guidelines for the use of essential oils
Quality of essential oils
Storage methods and labeling of essential oils
Hazards and toxicity of essential oils
Contraindicated types of essential oils
Module 5 – Biology and Psychology of Essential Oil
Essential oils have both biological and psychological effects on the human body and mind.
The role of smell
Smell and the brain
Smell and emotions
Psychological therapeutic effects of scent
Essential oils and stress management
Module 6 – Essential Oil in Physical Health and Wellness
Essential oils offer potential benefits such as stress relief, relaxation, improved sleep, pain management, and skin care when incorporated into physical health and wellness practices.
Anatomy of the integumentary system
Overview and the role of essential oils in the following areas: muscular system, central nervous system, endocrine system, digestive system, and immune system.
Types of essential oils used for: immune support, respiratory health, muscle relaxation and stress relief, and digestive system.
Module 7 – Natural Remedies of Essential Oil
Essential oils are used in skincare to promote healthy skin and treat various skin concerns.
Therapeutic effects of essential oils on the skin
Effects of essential oils on healthy skin
Types of common skin issues
Analysis of cosmetic ingredients
Guide, regulations, and hygiene standards for homemade products
Usage and dosage
Essential oil therapy guide
Formulation of essential oil therapy for skin and production of skincare products (online practical class)
Module 8 – Non-Toxic Solution in Home Care
Essential oils can be used in household cleaning and care as natural alternatives to commercial cleaning products.
Formulation and production of essential oil home care products (online practical class)
Module 9 – Basic Massage Techniques
Aromatherapy massage is a popular massage technique that combines the therapeutic benefits of essential oils with the relaxing and healing effects of massage.
Focus on the head, face, and shoulders
Common symptoms of muscle pain
Common symptoms of nervous system breakdown
Relevant therapeutic properties of essential oils
Demonstration of massage techniques
Module 10 – Business Study
The essential oil industry has experienced significant growth in recent years, driven by the increasing demand for natural and organic products.
The value of essential oils
Professions related to essential oil therapy
Business advertising and legal guidelines
Introduction of EHPA Academy
EHPA Academy is the 1st in Malaysia offering Professional Diploma course in Aromatherapy and Professional Certificate in Essential Oil Therapy, that are accredited by Professional Academy, Lincoln University College. Invited by UK IFA (International Federation of Aromatherapists) to become the 1st IFA Associate School in Malaysia.
The founders of EHPA Academy share the common idea of unifying the teaching of professional aromatherapy for holistic treatment with a local touch.
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Upon completion of the course, students will have the skills and knowledge needed to practice essential oil therapy professionally, as well as the confidence to work with clients and develop their own unique approach to essential oil therapy.
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