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What is Aromatherapy?
When should I see an Aromatherapist?
How is Aromatherapy Performed?
Can I get rebates from my health insurance?
The History of Aromatherapy

What is Aromatherapy? :
Aromatherapy is the therapeutic use of pure plant concentrates (also known as essential oils) to affect the physical, mental, and emotional states of the body.

When should I see an Aromatherapist? :
One of the most popular benefits of aromatherapy is treating and preventing stress. This is usually achieved through a relaxing aromatherapy massage. However, there are many other ways to use aromatherapy. These applications include spritzers (inhalations), compresses (hot or warm towel applications), as well as specially formulated products such as gels and creams for skin complications.

Having several forms of applications opens doors to treating an extensive range of ailments. From blends for reducing itching and swelling, minimizing scarring, to aiding menstrual disorders and assisting the body’s detoxification processes. Aromatherapy is limitless for those wanting to try a natural form of treatment.

How is Aromatherapy performed?
Each aromatherapy treatment starts with a personal consultation. During your consultation we discuss your medical history, health needs and lifestyle taking into consideration your physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. Based on your individual needs, essential oils will be selected to make a customised blend. No two treatments are ever the same. Home treatments will be discussed for you to use between your aromatherapy visits, to further assist with maintaining your health and wellbeing.

Can I get rebates from my health insurance?
Some private health insurers will give rebates but this will depend on your personal level of cover. It is always best to check with your Health Fund directly.
Sometimes the Health Fund will cover Aromatherapy when it is done in conjunction with Remedial Massage.

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