Aromatherapy Foundations & Advanced Aromatherapy Courses - eBook Format
Taught by Floracopeia Founder David Crow & Jade Shutes
This NAHA approved and CASE approved self-study course, is offered in eBook format.
Floracopeia’s in-depth home study eBook versions of both the Aromatherapy Foundations Course and the Advanced Aromatherapy program. Both Courses are in eBook Format and will be delivered digitally. Courses are self-paced.
Both Courses are NAHA (National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy) Approved Courses. Anatomy and Physiology will need to be taken separately to meet the full Level 2 NAHA Certification. Massage therapists can obtain 25 CE for the Foundations Course and 25 CE for the Advanced Course from the NCBTMB.
Floracopeia does not require that the student oil kit be purchased, and while it is helpful to have some or most of the oils available as you learn, the course can be completed without every oil. When you reach the stage where you are completing your 12 case studies, you will need to purchase any oils that you do not currently have in order to best treat your subject. As you study the module on individual oils, it is nice to be able to smell each oil, but not mandatory to completion of the course.
This course offers certification for one person per purchase. Course cannot be resold.
Risk-free! We are so certain that you will love this course that you may return it, no questions asked, within 60 days of your purchase if you are not satisfied.
David Crow is one of the world's foremost experts and leading speakers in the field of botanical medicine and grassroots healthcare. He is a master herbalist, aromatherapist and acupuncturist with over 30 years of experience and is an expert in the Ayurvedic and traditional Chinese medical systems. David is a renowned author, a poet and is the founding director of Floracopeia Aromatic Treasures.
David Crow has presented his vision of grassroots healthcare, the preservation of botanical medicines, and the use of plants for ecological restoration to hundreds of audiences ranging from small private groups to conferences and lecture halls to a panel discussion with the Dalai Lama broadcast internationally to millions of viewers. He has given numerous keynote speeches, taught at conferences and colleges of naturopathic, Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine, and has been interviewed on numerous radio programs. His articles and excerpts from his book have been published in several magazines, and his book, In Search of the Medicine Buddha, has been translated into three languages.
Jade has been practicing and studying forms of natural healing for nearly two decades, and was one of the vanguard of professionals who helped introduce aromatherapy to the US. She has been an aromatherapy educator for over 20 years, opening her first aromatherapy school in the New England area in 1990. She has designed and taught aromatherapy courses for massage and bodywork therapists, estheticians, social workers, nurses and other healthcare providers. Jade has taught at Bastyr University, Duke University (Continuing Education), Ashmead College, San Diego Hospice and at various locations throughout the United States and Canada. She has played an active role in the setting of standards for aromatherapy education in North America and has authored published articles on this and other aromatherapy issues. Her first textbook, Aromatherapy for Bodyworkers, was released by Prentice-Hall in September of 2007. Jade is a strong advocate for the application of natural remedies for self-care healthcare and believes that education is the key to self-empowerment. She is the founder of and Director of Education for the East-West School for Herbal and Aromatic Studies.
Jade Shutes holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Simmons College, a Diploma in Holistic Aromatherapy, Holistic Massage, Anatomy and Physiology, and Reflexology from the Raworth College of Natural Medicine in Dorking, UK and a Diploma in Holistic Aromatherapy from the International Therapist Examining board (ITEC). She has studied with Jan Kusmirek of Fragrant Studies and has completed Part One of the Purdue University Advanced Studies of Essential Oils. She also studied herbal medicine with Rosemary Gladstar, David Hoffman and Erin Groh.
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