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Aromatherapy Natural healing educational programs allow students to train for a variety of careers that incorporate aromatherapy into their work. With an education in aromatherapy you can gain the skills and knowledge to be an aroma therapeutic counselor, energy healer, massage therapist, reflexologists, and much more.

You can obtain a certificate in aromatherapy for a number of reasons, or a degree in acupuncture or massage therapy with an added focus on aromatherapy. Coursework may include massage techniques, essential oils, aromatherapy methods, physiology, anatomy, chemistry, terminology, plant and flower identification, and other related areas of study.


Aromatherapy Massage

Aromatherapy massage is a form of massage therapy that uses various types of oils to help alleviate pain, stress, and stimulate the mind and immune system. With an education students will have the opportunity to learn about massage techniques, aromatherapy methods, essential oils, physiology, anatomy, psychology, chemistry, and much more. There are a number of massage therapy courses available that will allow you to obtain a degree or certificate in aromatherapy.

Flower Essences Studies

There are various degree programs in Traditional Chinese Medicine and natural healing that provide the opportunity for students to obtain an education in flower essences. Flower essences are used to treat a variety of ailments in both humans and animals by using diluted extracts from plants and flowers. Courses in flower essences studies may consist of herbs, plant and flower identification, terminology, application, and other related training. Natural healing professionals such as massage therapists, chiropractors, and others also use flower essences in their therapy.

Spa and Aromatherapy

With an education from a spa and aromatherapy program students can choose to train in flower essences, aromatherapy massage, and many other areas of study. There are several natural healing certificate programs that will allow you to train in areas like mineral therapies, mud wraps, skin treatments, and various aromatherapies. With an education in the field of aromatherapy there are a number of career options available to choose from.


Accreditation is important when looking to obtain a certificate or degree, due to accredited schools and colleges providing a quality education, though not all programs carry full accreditation. There are several agencies including The National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) that are approved to provide accreditation to a variety of educational programs.


Choose a program from the menu above to learn more about a career in aromatherapy. Contact several educational programs to request more information about obtaining a certificate or degree in the career area of your choice.

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Regarding Accreditation: In order to confirm a quality education, valid accreditation is necessary. Accrediting organizations approved by The Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) and The U.S. Department of Education (USDE) are able to fully accredit the schools, colleges, universities and online schools listed on Unless otherwise noted, to the best of our knowledge all schools, colleges, universities and online schools listed on carry full accreditation by one or more accrediting agencies. We do however always recommend that you verify the accreditation status prior to enrollment in a program.

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