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 The National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy
The National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy (NAHA) is an educational,
nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing public awareness of the benefits of true aromatherapy.
In This Issue
NAHA Directors Corner Tele-Conferences Aromatherapy Updates
Membership Appreciation
Membership Discount Program
Essential News
Quick Links
NAHA Tele-Conference
Directors Corner
Welcome New Directors
Call for Regional Directors
Aromatherapy Safety 
Call for 2010 Articles
E-News Sponsors
NAHA Tele-Conferences
FREE for NAHA Members! 
 Winter Holiday
Topic: Aromatherapy Relief during the Holidays-keep your immune system strong. 
When: December 10, 2009
Thursday 8:30pm EST
Fee: Free for NAHA Members

Presenter: Jennifer Hochell Pressimone 
Jennifer Hochell Pressimone
Jennifer will speak about: Aromatherapy Relief during the Holidays.
It's no surprise that one of the most stressful times of the year is the Holidays. It is a time for family gatherings, last minute deadlines, end-of-year paperwork, holiday shopping, parties, personal reflection and somewhere in between, rest.

Join us to learn ways to manage all of these responsibilities with a little more ease, less stress, stronger immune system, increased mental clarity, reduced fatigue and a greater emotional stability.

We will discuss several essential oils, share recipes and other tips for you to have a joyous and healthy Holiday season. 

Tele-conference attendee's will receive a 20% discount off JennScents books and 15% off any JennScents Holistic Aromatherapy Certificate Courses. 
Offer Expires 12/31/09  Discount code:

Jennifer Hochell Pressimone is a Holistic Aromatherapist and Herbalist, NAHA Regional Director, author, educator and Natural Health Consultant. She is the owner of JennScents®, Inc. and the Clermont Herb Shoppe & Day Spa in Clermont, Florida.  Jennifer contributes regularly NAHA publications. 
To learn more about Jennifer visit her website at
To Register for Tele-conference
Please fill out the
NAHA Online Feedback Form and follow these three steps to complete your registration.
1. Completely fill out entire form 
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Tele-conferences are open to NAHA Members only. Your NAHA Membership must be current in order to register.
In order for attendance credit to apply you must arrive on time and stay until the end of the presentation. An attendance code will be given at the end of the tele-conference for your records. Please do not hang up until you receive the code. 
Space is limited so please be sure you will be able to attend before registering.
Jan 14: Dr. Bruce Berkowsky;
The Soul-Level Roots of Female Hormonal Disharmony; Comparing Essential Oils of Clary Sage and Vetivert 
February 11: Kris Wrede;
How to Make an Aromatic Love Potion 
March 11: Sara Holmes;
First Do No Harm; Safe Alternatives to Neat Application of Essential Oils in Massage and Spa Treatments
April 8: Dr. Vivian Lunny;
Hormonal Balancing with Essential Oils
May 13: Mindy Green;
Aromatic Medicine in a Clinical Setting
June 10: Candace Newman;
Touch With Oils® Hand Massage: Process and Benefits 
July 8: Dr. Joie Power; Aromatic Pathways through the Brain - How Smells Affect the Mind and Body 
September 16: Dorene Peterson; 
The Aromatherapy Registration Council and Becoming a Registered Aromatherapist  
October 14: Cathy Gins;
Making and Marketing Aromatic Jewelry
Ann Harman: TBA 
Jim Llewellyn; TBA   
Kayla Fiorvanti; TBA 
and many more exciting presenters/topics to be announced soon.
Tele-conference date, time, presenter and fees are scheduled to change without notice. Tele-conference may also be rescheduled due to technical difficulties.
Are you interested in presenting a
tele- conference?
If so please fill out the NAHA Online Feedback Form. 
1. Be sure to include your complete contact information. PLEASE-Don't forget to include your email address.
2. Use the suggestion box at the end of the form to include the tele-conference topic, along with a brief description of the
1 hour long presentation.
All submissions will be reviewed by the NAHA Board. If your tele-conference is approved you will be notified by email.
Tele-Class Schedule will be posted on the NAHA website.
Each tele-conference will
be advertised via links on the NAHA web-pages.
The tele-conference will also be highlighted in
NAHA E-newsletters.
An additional weblink will be placed to your website on the NAHA website and in E-newsletters.
And as an added way to show our appreciation for you sharing your time and energy you will also have the opportunity to post a special complimentary advertisement via your business logo with direct weblink.
For NAHA Members we hope to also make the recordings of the classes available via a direct link that you can click-and-listen and save to your computer or a disc. Recordings may also be available on the NAHA website's bookstore in the future.
More details to be posted as this projects develops.
NAHA Director's Corner 
 George Cox (OH)
NAHA Director (OH) George Cox
George has been teaching aromatherapy for 14 years.
His classes are accredited by NCBTMB and as such, he is an approved provider of continuing education for licensed massage therapists. He teaches or has taught at 21 Massage Schools in 4 states. Additionally he has worked with Skilled Nursing Facilities to incorporate aromatherapy into their treatments, has presented to hospitals and hospital support groups, worked with the AIDS Task Force of Greater Cleveland and the Ohio AIDS Coalition as well as the general public.

His clinical approach to aromatherapy has lead the way for him to develop professional relationships to use aromatherapy in a clinic specializing in headaches, test a hot flash product with an OB/Gyn, and work with an MD to assist with muscle cramps and Restless Leg Syndrome. He developed the curriculum and teaches a three credit hour class on Aromatherapy at Cincinnati State College that encompasses 18 hours of lecture and 18 hours of laboratory.

In 2003 he founded Natural Options Aromatherapy. This company is dedicated to providing the finest essential oils, the best possible blends, and excellent education. He has developed effective formulas to assist conditions including hot flashes, muscle cramps, arthritis, insomnia, Restless Leg Syndrome, and anxiety.

Prior to finding aromatherapy, he has been in field management for Revlon, Inc., been the VP of Marketing and Sales for Fashion Two Twenty Cosmetics, owned and managed a cosmetic company, and held the position of Senior Director Business Development for a chain of Skilled Nursing Facilities.
Contact George at:
Natural Options Aromatherapy
Please Welcome New NAHA Regional Directors:
Keren Dolan: Virginia
Connie Henry: New Mexico
Ph: (505) 343-0552
More updates to be posted shortly on New NAHA Regional Directors.
Interested in becoming a NAHA Regional Director for your area?
Please visit these weblinks to read more about NAHA Director Requirements and Availability
Please check with us to see if your area is available.
We are currently in the process
of updating the NAHA Director webpages
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NAHA BLOG Updates and Blog Survey Question
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Call for 2010 Articles
Do you have a professional quality article that we can consider for publication in the NAHA 2010 E-Journals Or Special Edition
We are particularly interested in receiving proposals for articles on the following:
2010 E-Journal Theme Concepts
Natural Cleaning with Essential Oils

Carrier oils and Infused oils

Aromatherapy for
First-Aid of Body-Mind-Spirit

Aromatherapy Profession; Essential Oils
in Application Volume II
All About Lavender
Special Edition E-Journal Topics:
Aromatherapy Education
We want to hear from Aromatherapy Teachers and Educators

Share your teaching style and tips
History of Aromatherapy-what is the foundation that you teach your students

Essential Oils and Chemistry-an added level of education

Aromatherapy Around the World-how is aromatherapy being taught in other countries

The Business of Aromatherapy-marketing tips and aromatic advice to promote your products, services and educational offerings
Aromatherapy for Birthing, Infant
and Child Care
Essential Oil Safety and Awareness during and after Pregnancy
How is Aromatherapy helpful for children and teens
Children and health issues and how aromatherapy can be beneficial
As always, well researched, anecdotal articles on specific essential oils are appreciated as are current event news-making items.
NAHA Aromatherapy E-Journal Topics/Themes are scheduled to change based on content received. We are open to ideas and suggestions for future e-journal publications.
Article submissions sent to NAHA are not guaranteed to be published. Articles must be sent in WORD Doc. New Roman Times Font size 12pt, Essential Oil Common Name and Latin binomial(s) in italic. We request that you put your documents through computer spell-check for a pre-edit.
Do not include endangered botanical species in the article content (unless the article subject pertains to endangered or threatened species). To learn more about the endangered botanicals please visit
All information is subject to The NAHA Board of Directors approval. All articles and data are subject to editing by the editorial board.
Authors are not promised that their submission will be included in any specific journal.
If your article is accepted you will be asked to submit a brief bio and your contact information in WORD DOC.
and a JPEG (High Resolution 300dpi) Headshot image.

NAHA Enewsletter Layout:
Kelly Holland Azzaro
Editorial Team:
Shellie Enteen
Kelly Holland Azzaro
The information on the NAHA Website or contained in NAHA Email Communications are not intended to diagnose or take the place of professional healthcare. Please consult your health care practitioner if you are pregnant or have been diagnosed with any serious healthcare problems.
Keep all aromatherapy products out of reach of children and pets. 
Before using essential oils and aromatherapy products please consult with a professional aromatherapist.
NAHA website is a resourceful area for information on Aromatherapy Safety, Applications and Uses.
All Questions pertaining to essential oils and aromatherapy must be submitted via the online Feedback form which is on the Contact NAHA page and Membership Resources page.
All incomplete forms will be returned to sender.
NAHA can not diagnose or prescribe essential oils, please note that any information shared is for educational purposes only.
NAHA E-News  Issue: 2009.7 December
Dear NAHA Member and Aromatherapy Supporter, 
Welcome to NAHA's E-News. You are receiving this email as a current Member of NAHA or if you signed up to receive NAHA Enewsletters. If your contact information has changed please let us know so we can update enewsletter database.
December Highlights
*Membership Appreciation
*Approved Schools Renewed and New Listings
*Membership Discount Program
*E-Scents-green tips for aromatherapy awareness
*Calendar of Events
*Director's Corner 
*Tele-Conference Schedule Update
*NAHA Aromatherapy E-Journal Updates
*Call for 2010 Journal Articles
Kelly and MarcoNAHA New Location update:
New address and phone numbers                                            
PO BOX 1868
Banner Elk, NC 28604
(828) 898-6161 office (EST)
(828) 898-1965 fax
Please use the NAHA Online Feedback Form for all NAHA Membership communications and Aromatherapy questions etc.
Continued Communications: Marco and I are continuing to process memberships and online bookstore orders. We have already begun the process of contacting expired members and getting great feedback on the new office, tele-conferences, journals, articles and support for NAHA!
NAHA Aromatherapy E-Journal 2009.1 and 2009.2 PDF issues were emailed to current NAHA Members and 2009.3 is on its way.
The NAHA Constant Contact database is almost up to date with current members's email address'. Please be sure to check your email spam filter to approve the NAHA group email address. If you forward this email please choose the 'Forward to a Friend' icon at the bottom of the enewsletter.
The next step is updating the NAHA Online Membership Directory.
This directory contains listings of NAHA Professional and Business Members. Many expired members are listed in the database. We will be purging the database to include current members only. Please be sure to renew your membership to avoid removal from the directory.
NAHA Friend of Aromatherapy/Student level members can upgrade their membership to Professional or Business Level Membership (which includes a listing in the NAHA Online Directory).
From here we will build a strong foundation for communication and support for the Membership as a whole.

We appreciate everyone's patience while we organize all the NAHA Memberships, Approved Schools and begin moving the remaining 2009 NAHA e-journals forward and start anew with 2010 Journals.  

RENEW OR JOIN Online: If your membership or school has expired you can renew online via the NAHA secure store option. NAHA Approved School Renewal Online renewal for advertisers coming soon. Please use the NAHA ADV. Media Form to place or renew an advertisement. You can mail or fax to the NAHA office.
We'll continue to keep you posted!
Aromatic Blessings,
Kelly & Marco
Our New NAHA Board:
NAHA President, Kelly Holland Azzaro RA CCAP LMT
Kelly Holland Azzaro
NAHA Vice President, Shellie Enteen BA LMT
Shellie Enteen 

NAHA Membership Appreciation-Tele-conference Registration updates
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Thank you to the members that have registered for the NAHA Tele-conference for December 10, 2009. There is still time to register for this upcoming event. You will receive call-in instructions directly from me via
*Please be sure to completely fill in your online registration form information and don't forget to include your email address (a few forms came in without contact email addresses, we were able to find current email address for all except one). *Include the contact phone number you will be using to call into the tele-conference center for attendance records.
Click on the direct link to find out more on aromatherapy schools and educational programs available in the USA, Canada and Internationally around the world. Many schools also offer distance learning, home-study programs and online courses.
THANK YOU to the following Aromatherapy Schools for joining/renewing as a NAHA Approved School.  
Aroma Apothecary Healing Arts Academy

Aromahead Institute Aromatherapy Certification Program 
East-West School for Herbal & Aromatic Studies
International Aromatherapy Research Association (IARA)
International Aromatherapy Society (I.A.S.)
International Association of Aromatherapy

JennScents® Institute of Aromatherapy
Joyessence Aromatherapy Centre Inc. (Canada)
Joyessence Aromatherapy Centre Inc. (Taiwan Branch)

Siyanli Professional Beauty Academy
Spark Academy and Consultants
The Atlantic Institute of Aromatherapy 

West Coast Institute of Aromatherapy Inc.

Aromatherapy Educators and Schools are a wonderful source for building a strong foundation and awareness in true aromatherapy. Please support the NAHA Approved Schools & Educators.
Many Thanks to the following NAHA Members who renewed their Memberships:
Judy Austin-Friend of Aromatherapy
Jacqueline Bloom-Friend of Aromatherapy
Salvatore Burgio-Friend of Aromatherapy
Andrea Butje-Professional Member
Marge Clark/Nature's Gift-Business Member
Shanti Dechen-Professional Member
Jenny Leung King Fai-International Professional Member
Hsia-Emily Feng-Yi-International Professional Member
Barbara-Lynn Freed-Friend of Aromatherapy
Elizabeth Gannon-Friend of Aromatherapy
Deborah Halvorson-Professional Member
Beverly Hawkins-International Professional Member
Sara Holmes-Professional Member
Gerianne Hummel-Professional Member
Hsu Tzu-Hui-International Professional Member
Ha-Yan Kim-International Professional Member
Wang Yu-Kang-International Professional Member
Yi-Chun Janice Ling-International Professional Member
Elizabeth Michaels-Friend of Aromatherapy
Marlene Mitchell-International Professional Member
Belinda Murano-Professional Member
Marie Parsons-Friend of Aromatherapy
Dr. Joie Power Ph.D.-Professional Member
Katherine Quillen-Professional Member
Wendy Robbins-Friend of Aromatherapy
Jade Shutes-Professional Member
Dr. Christoph Streicher Ph.D./Amrita Aromatherapy Inc.-Business Member
Joy Watson-International Professional Member
Jo Ann Weeks-Friend of Aromatherapy
Please Welcome New NAHA Members:
Kristen Austin-Friend of Aromatherapy
Marilyn Boerner-Professional Member
Hyung Sun Byun/JOJOBAIU-Business Member
Chen-Ju Chen-International Professional Member
Wen-Li Chen-International Professional Member
Elaine Dohms-Professional Member
Judith Gavlick-Professional Member
Lois Gelzhiser-Friend of Aromatherapy
Cathy Gins/Aromawear-Business Member
So Young Park-International Professional Member
Debbie Sager-Professional Member
Roni Sepanski-Friend of Aromatherapy
Diane Tauber-Professional Member
Melinda Wilkinson-Friend of Aromatherapy
Catherine Wines-Friend of Aromatherapy
Susan Woodhouse-Friend of Aromatherapy
Vist the NAHA Blog to read past NAHA E-newsletter mini-articles, share comments and participate in the new blog survey question (posted at bottom blog page). We invite NAHA Members to submit their blog web-link for reciprocal link with NAHA Blog. (some restrictions apply, see past NAHA e-news announcement for more details).
NEW!  NAHA Mini-MarketingTips: Contibuted by Kayla Fioravanti, RA
We are pleased to announce a new e-news section that packs a powerhouse of marketing tips into a mini-segment shared by Kayla Fioravanti RA
KaylaDo What Makes Money First:
Focus on the money making aspects of your business first. Don't get busy doing busy work while setting aside the most important tasks of your day. It is easy to choose to do the easiest things first and then get around to the hard things later (if you have time left over) and commonly the hard things are the things that help you make money. Your daily to do list should say, "First do hard things, second do the hard thing that makes money first!" 
If this technique works for you please share your thoughts with Kayla at the NAHA Blog or email her direct at or visit her website
Visit the NAHA Blog a place where you can share your comments about the NAHA E-News Articles and Kayla's Marketing Tips.

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Essential News-Going Green
E-tips for Aromatherapy Awareness
Contributed by Andrea Butje, LMT Clinical Aromatherapist
 Winter Season 
Staying Healthy Using Essential Oils High in 1,8 cineole
Certain essential oil components provide an impressively wide range of well-researched therapeutic properties.  1,8 cineole stands out as a particularly effective chemical component worth considering in your aromatherapy blending-especially during the winter season.
Here are the major properties of 1,8 cineole: Cineole
Airborne antimicrobial
Increases cerebral blood flow
Reduces tension headaches
Smooth muscle antispasmodic
Cough suppressant
Generally, when I read a long list of therapeutic properties, it becomes a blur. Until you examine this list closely, it may not be clear why oils high in 1,8 cineole are particularly effective during the cold and flu season. Let's look more carefully at the range of healing properties of 1,8 cineole by grouping the therapeutic properties together.
Clearing the Air
When we diffuse the oils high in 1,8 cineole, we can reduce the number of microbes (viruses, bacteria and fungus) in the air. This is especially useful when someone in the house is sick, or if you work in an environment with large groups of people. Try using an electric diffuser when no one is in the room. Add 50-100 total drops of 1,8 cineole high essential oils, leave the room, close the doors and run the diffuser for a few hours. Once you re-enter the room, open the doors and windows and clear the air. This is a very effective way to kill airborne microbes.
When blending for a sick individual, use a more direct approach. Blend oils high in 1,8 cineole for steam inhalation or use with blank essential oil inhalers. Using steam or inhalers introduces a strong, undiluted dose of essential oils directly to the upper respiratory track.  This can provide both immediate relief and longer-term support during healing. Keep in mind that using these oils diluted on the skin can contribute to a faster recovery as well. 
Releasing Tension and Relieving Pain
When 1,8 cineole acts as an analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, mucolytic, expectorant, increases cerebral blood flow, and reduces tension headaches-relief is the key result.  The antispasmodic, anti-infectious, and anti-inflammatory nature of 1,8 cineole can be highly effective at reducing pain.
Any time blood flow and oxygen circulation to tight muscles increase, the body is supported and pain decreases.  This is why 1,8 cineole's ability to increase cerebral blood flow and reduce muscular tension offers relief for tension headaches and back and neck pain.  Blend in dilutions appropriate for topical application when treating muscle pain and headaches.
Those who suffer mucus congestion are often eager for relief in the form of cleared sinuses, reduced swelling and clearer breathing.  Essential oils high in 1,8 cineole are known to help reduce congestion, perhaps calm a spastic cough and therefore reduce tension in the head, upper body and sinuses.  Blend for inhalation through steam or essential oil inhalers when treating mucus congestion.
A Selection of Essential Oils High in 1,8 Cineole
Eucalyptus - Eucalyptus globulus
Eucalyptus - Eucalyptus radiata
Helichrysum - Helichrysum gymnocephalum
Laurel Leaf - Laurus nobilis
Niaouli ct 1,8 cineole - Melaleuca quinquenervia ct 1,8 cineole
Ravintsara - Cinnamomum camphora ct 1,8 cineole
Rosemary ct camphor - Rosmarinus officinalis ct camphor/ 1,8 cineole
Saro - Cinnamosma fragrans
Cautions When Blending
It's important to keep safety in mind when working with oils high in 1,8 cineole.  When used properly, these oils can be highly effective and safe.  If oxidized, essential oils high in 1,8 cineole may cause skin or mucus membrane irritation or sensitization. These oils may antidote homeopathic remedies. These oils are too strong to use with babies or children under five years old.
Do not use with animals. Care must be taken when using with asthmatics, as they may not respond well to these oils.
A 1,8 cineole Medicine Chest
I use oils high in 1,8 cineole when blending for my own health. I make several blends that could be used to support my body at the onset of a cold or flu. I start by creating a few "stock blends" of pure essential oil in 5 ml bottles. I keep these stored in a cool, dark place. When the time comes to use them, they are already made, so blending into carriers is easy and fast. I might make an inhaler, do some steams, make a bath salt, a body butter, or diffuse the undiluted oil. I use the blends actively for a few days, or for up to 1-2 weeks, depending on the situation.
If you have not used some of these essential oils high in 1,8 cineole, I encourage you to try them. Saro is my new personal favorite. Enjoy the oils and have a healthy winter!
Andrea ButjeAndrea Butje has been teaching courses in the therapeutic uses of essential oils since 1995. She offers business classes, teacher training, and advanced blending programs. Aromahead Institute classes are held in Sarasota, Florida, Ithaca NY and online.
Andrea's essential oil retail business, Aromatics International, is at the forefront of quality control and chemical analysis. Andrea is a professional member of NAHA. In addition, Andrea currently serves on the education board of the Alliance of International Aromatherapists and contributes to the organization's efforts to create educational standards. By working directly with distillers around the world and participating in research and teaching, Andrea remains on top of current issues and trends in the growing practice of Aromatherapy. Contact Andrea at or visit her website at and   

If you have enjoyed reading Andrea's and past e-news tips, please let us know.  We'd love to hear your thoughts and share your feedback with the volunteer contributors and members. 

Want to contribute to the NAHA Essential E-News column?
We'd love for you to share your helpful aromatherapy recipes and green-awareness tips. We are also looking for information on the following: Marketing your aromatherapy business tips, diffusion blends, what do you do to be green etc.
Please fill out the Online Feedback Form and submit your writings in a WORD Document to Kelly at If your e-news is accepted for publication in a future NAHA e-newsletter you will be notified via email.
Back to school flowersNAHA Calendar of Events
Click on the above link to view more classes, lectures, workshops and educational programs
December 2009-January 2010
December 1 through January 5, 2010
Event Title: Animal Aroma 100; Beginner Level;
Aromatherapy for Dogs, Horses and Farm Animals
Educator: Kelly Holland Azzaro RA CCAP LMT
Facility: Online via your computer
Address: Online 10 week course Tuesdays
Contact Name: Kelly Holland Azzaro
Email:  |

December 5, 2009
Event Title: ACHS 6th Annual Winter Celebration
Educator: American College of Healthcare Sciences
Hosted by: American College of Healthcare Sciences (formerly Australasian College)
Address: 5940 SW Hood Ave, Portland, OR, 97239
Contact Name: 503-244-0726
Email:  |  

December 6, 2009
Event Title: Women´s Essence
Educator Shanti Dechen
Facility: Aroma Apothecary Healing Arts Academy
Address: 8100 Ganttcrest Drive, Austin, TX, US
Contact Name: Aroma Apothecary
Phone: 1-888-276-6278
Email:  |  

December 10, 2009
Event Title: NAHA Tele-Conference; Aromatherapy for Holiday Stress-keep
your Immune System Strong
Educator: Jennifer Hochell Pressimone
Facility: NAHA Tele-Conference Center (Via your phone)
More info: NAHA Tele-Conferences
December 12, 2009
Event Title: Bach Flower Remedies
Educator: Shellie Enteen, RA, BA, LMT
Facility: Astralessence Education
Address: Greenville, SC
Contact Name: Shellie Enteen
Phone: 864-877-8450
Email: /
December 12 through December 13, 2009
Event Title: Aromatherapy Caddy Chemistry
Educator: Beverley Hawkins
Facility: West Coast Institute of Aromatherapy
Address: 120 5421 10 Ave, Delta, BC, Canada
Contact Name: Beverley Hawkins
Phone: 604-943-7476
Email: |

January 7 through February 25, 2010
Event Title: Clinical Aromatherapy Level 1
Educator: Shanti Dechen
Facility: Aroma Apothecary Healing Arts Academy
Address: 8100 Ganttcrest Drive, Austin, TX, US
Contact Name: Aroma Apothecary
Phone: 1-888-276-6278
Email:  |  

January 8 through January 10, 2010
Event Title: Component Blending
Educator: Andrea Butje
Facility: Aromahead Institute, Sarasota Florida
Contact: Andrea Butje Phone: 941-323-3483
Email:  |  

January 11 through March 26, 2010
Event Title: C.C.M.A.Certified Clinical Master Aromatherapist Program
Educator: Marlene M. Mitchell
Facility: International Certified Aromatherapy Institute
Address: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Phone: 613-448-2965
Email:  |  

January 14, 2010
Event Title: NAHA Tele-conference;The Soul-Level Roots of Female Hormonal Disharmony:
Comparing Essential Oils of Clary Sage and Vetivert 
Educator: Dr. Bruce Berkowsky N.M.D., M.H., H.M.C
Facility: NAHA Tele-Conference Center (Via your phone) Special 2 hour Presentation
More info: NAHA Tele-Conferences
Register via NAHA Online Feeback Form
January 16, 2010
Event Title: Indian Head Massage
Educator: Beverley Hawkins
Facility: West Coast Institute of Aromatherapy
Address: 120 5421 10 Ave, Delta, BC, Canada
Contact Name: Beverley Hawkins
Phone: 604-943-7476
Email:  | 

January 19 through March 23, 2010
Event Title: Animal Aromatherapy 101; Animal Meridian Theory and
Aromatherapy Application (sm)
Educator: Kelly Holland Azzaro RA CCAP LMT
Facility: Online via your computer Tuesdays
Address: Online 10 week course Pre-requisite Animal Aroma100
Contact Name: Kelly Holland Azzaro
Email:  | 

January 20 through March 21, 2010
Event Title: Aromatherapy Certification Program
Educator: Andrea Butje
Facility: Aromahead Institute, Sarasota Florida
Contact: Andrea Butje Phone: 941-323-3483
Email:  |   

Aromatic NetworkHave an Aromatherapy Class, Lecture, Workshop or Event?
We want to create a 'natural-networking' amongst NAHA Members. The more we support one another by building an 'aromatic-family' the more success and prosperity for everyone. 
When submitting a COE listing:
Please be sure to include the complete date of the event re: November 1, 2009
Include the instructor's full name. Do not include the time of the event, just the date/s.
FREE for NAHA Members and only $10.00 per listing for non-members. 
Calendar of Events will also be included in NAHA e-newsletters
at no charge for Members.
If you are not a member and would like to have your COE listed in NAHA
E-newsletters please pay an additional $10.00 per listing when you submit your COE via the Online Calendar of Event Listing Form.
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