Aromatouch oil massage therapy is run by Clare Rose, Noosa’s doyenne of aromatherapy. Clare is now offering, in-house, the healing and restorative benefits of this ancient art through her ‘Aroma Touch’ techniques.
Aromatouch is a blissfully sensual experience involving a gentle massage application of a combination of 26 individual essential oils including Wild Orange, Peppermint, Clove, Frankincense, Lavender and Cypress.
Because essential oils contain many different healing properties, every oil is chosen for its beautiful aroma and specific therapeutic benefits.
Within a 45-minute treatment the oils entering the bloodstream to help to create a gentle state of relaxation and homeostasis in body, mind and soul.
According to Clare, only the highest quality, certified and pure oils are chosen.
“When experiencing any kind of aromatherapy, it is important to use only the best quality oils,” says Clare.
“Unfortunately, there are products claiming to be or to contain essential oils, like aromatherapy, skincare, cosmetics, do not use 100% essential oils.
“Rather they use synthetic chemical substitutes to dilute or replace more expensive essential oil extracts.
“Aromatouch has been developed based on high-grade doTERRA oils for a luxuriously therapeutic and relaxing treatment,” she says.
Essential oils have been around for 5000 years or more. From Egypt to India the oils have been used for health, longevity and beauty benefits.
Essential oils are fundamentally aromatic compounds found in seeds, bark, stems, roots, flowers and leaves of plants. They are very clean, almost crisp to touch and are immediately absorbed by the skin.
According to Clare, Aromatouch was created to address four systemic constants: stress, toxic insult, inflammatory response and autonomic imbalance.
So if you can imagine being truly pampered during your well-earned break, Clare is providing a guest reward offer to entice you into the benefits of Aromatouch therapy.
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