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As an Aromatherapist I value learning all I can about the oils. I have taken a wide variety of programs from a diverse selection of masters. I take great pleasure in learning and honing my craft. I am not medical practitioners and do not diagnose, treat or prescribe in any way, shape, manner or form. I recommend that you always discuss aliments with your medical practitioner before using any complementary medicines or natural alternatives. The use of essential oils are not intended to substitute advice given by a pharmacist, physician or other licensed health-care professional. Feel free to discuss various conditions with me and how the use essential oils might aid to your well-rounded healthy lifestyle. You should not use this or any information found on websites for treating a health problem, disease or to make a self-diagnosis.

I blend oils to meet your specific desires and needs, likes and concerns. I have a variety of frequently requested blends, that are listed on my sample blends page. Additionally, I have a wide range of common oils, as well as many unique and rare oils. Every personalized blend take into consideration your nose and the messages your mind, body and soul receive from the oil. As we work together we will create a blend or blends, which resonates with you, we then explore your reaction and connection to the various scents.

Aromatherapy is an ideal way to scent your life with healing aromas. Please contact me with questions and or comments. I look forward to working with you and helping you find aromatic messages for your life.

“People can close their eyes to greatness, to horrors, to beauty and their ears to melodies or deceiving words. But they could not escape scent. For scent is the brother of breath. Together with breath it enters human beings who could not defend themselves against it, not if they wanted to live. Scent enters into their very core and goes directly to their hearts. It allows one to distinguish between all affections, elation, sorrows, disgusts and lust, love and hate.”

Patrick Suskind