Our workshops and certification classes all have the same holistic objective in mind. We aim to have our students learn how essentials work in harmony with the body.
Aromatherapy Certification Program (235 Hour):
Fall Class Dates TBA
After Class Reviews
Our goal at AromaEducators School of Essential Oil Studies is to educate individuals about the safe and effective use of essential oils and their role in aromatherapy. We invite you to read what our students have to say with their ‘after class’ reviews.
“I attended the Introduction to Aromatherapy workshop. Cha was an excellent instructor! The workshop was a good balance of background with hands-on activities. It was great to learn about the uses of essential oils and also about the plant parts they originate from and how those are tied to the oils’ properties and uses. We made several products to take home including a cream, butter, and salve (and a bonus inhaler!) made with a combination of essential oils that we each chose. The workshop was lively and fun! I hope to attend another of Cha’s workshops.” Sharna Allred, ACP Introduction Class
“All I can say is WOW! What an amazing and informative session we all had. I loved this class and look forward to more. Cha is such a great teacher with a wealth of knowledge. Loved seeing and making butter, cream, salve. I would highly recommend this to anyone interested in learning more about essential oils and their applications. Loved this class♡” BJ Pataki, ABC’s of Aromatherapy Class
Journey for the Aromatherapy Soul
“Recently I was fortunate to be part of The Essential Oils & Aromatherapy Summit, an online event that was presented in October of this year.
After time to listen to my interview and processing the summit in my mind, I wanted to share a little about the subject I chose to speak about, The Science and Magic of Choosing Essential Oils for Your Blend.
For many beginning students of Essential Oils, blending can be a bit intimidating. The questions they ask are always legitimate, even if they can’t always be answered succinctly. What I try to instill is that it is part of a process that comes with blending for people who have issues they would like to help them address.
I would like to present snippets about the process through a series of podcasts that highlight elements of the broadcast that I had with David Crowe.
As I continue the podcasts, there will be other discussions about Aromatherapy; there will be opportunities to ask questions or perhaps answer questions if one wishes to participate.
But for the moment, listen in if you wish to the introduction question David asked me during the summit. Let me know what you think. I would love to hear from you!” ~ Cha Roberts
In This Little Bottle
Through “the adventures of an aromatherapist” this blog is to educate, inspire, share and encourage our readers to appreciate the power of essential oils for personal health, wellness and professional development.