Aromatherapy for Childbirth

Aromatherapy for Childbirth
Sunday 28 November 2021
8am - 5pm
E-learning through "Aromatherapy for childbirth"

Aromatherapy for Childbirth are offering a midwifery society exclusive for our members to become RCM and IFA certified.
Aromatherapy is a science and an art which promotes harmony of the body, mind and spirit. Research has shown positive and pain relieving properties for pregnant women and people in labour.
The course itself takes 1-2 days to complete but 6 weeks are allocated to allow access for all participants at a time which best suits. On completion you will be RCM and IFA accredited for safe use and practice of the oils within the following essentials list.
The price for this will be £66.50 (+ £1 transaction fee).
(*please note the following list must be self purchased is not included in the price*)

*LAVENDER: Lavandula angustifolia or vera or officinalis
*CLARY SAGE: Salvia sclarea
*FRANKINCENSE: Boswellia carterii or boswellia sacra
*MANDARIN: Citrus reticulata
*PEPPERMINT: Mentha piperita
*SPEARMINT: Mentha spicata
Additional essentials:
*50mls- cold pressed sunflower oil
*A small bowl 5-10cm across for blends
*larger bowl for compress
*2 facecloths of flannels
*1 small & 1 medium towel or cloth for draping in massage

This event is for midwifery society members only, you can purchase a membership on the union website

Coupon will be provided through RGU midsoc after all participants have signed up and log ins arranged for all participants

Please note that this event requires at least 30 participants to sign up, if there is not enough sign ups then refunds will be given
















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