Those who are trained in massage (but not clinically) should use pre-blended oils only.
This is part of a series of short tutorials relating to aromatherapy essential oils and their uses.
Middle to Base Notes discussed:
Ginger – 0:24
Star Anise – 1:08
Ylang Ylang – 2:05
This is a tutorial and aromatherapy massage should not be performed by anyone who is untrained in the subject. Likewise, only clinically trained aromatherapists should mix oil blends, due to the potency and effects of the oils. Those who are trained in massage (but not clinically) should use pre-blended oils only. Always remember to perform a full consultation and make sure there are no ailments present that prevent a massage first; you want it to be beneficial and it should never feel uncomfortable.
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