Aromatherapy education isn't accomplished in a one-hour sales meeting put on by someone trying to sell you oils. A minimum of 200 hours, and often much more, is required to obtain the education necessary to become a Certified Aromatherapist.

The training includes much more than just how to use the oils, but students are educated in the safest methods of using the oils, the properties and constituents of essential oils, contraindications to using oils, drug interactions, and so much more.

If you are interested in becoming an aromatherapist, or even if you just want to use your oils in a safe manner, check out some of the resources below.

Essential Oil Training

Essential Oil Safety Sources

·    Safety Essentials

·    Atlantic Institute of Aromatherapy Injury Reports

·    NAHA Safety

·    Aromatherapy Trade Council

·    AIA Safety Statement

·    SPARTA

 

From the Experts

·    Robert Tisserand

·    Aromaweb

·    Essential Oil University Dr. Robert Pappas

 

Aromatherapy Education and Training

·         American College of Healthcare Sciences

·         Aroma Apothecary Healing Arts Academy

·         Aromahead Institute

·         Aromatherapy Institute

·         Essentially Holistic Online Training

·         Heart of Herbs Herbal and Aromatherapy Education

·         Highlands School of Natural Healing

·         New York Institute of Aromatherapy

·         West Coast Institute of Aromatherapy