Conference Speaker Spotlight – Ann Harman

Hydrosols: Exploring These Ancient Medicinal Waters
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We will explore the history of the distillate waters we call "Hydrosols." We will discuss Good Manufacturing Practices, microbes and shelf stability, Myths vs Facts surrounding the distillate water and look at the chemistry and current research of Hydrosols and their uses in a clinical practice.
 

Bio
Ann Harman is a Certified Organic Farmer, Botanist, Herbalist and Artisan Distiller. She is owner of IAG Botanics LLC, a certified organic business in Washington State, USA. Ann has been making herbal products for decades and distilling hydrosols for more than 17 years. She loves sharing her knowledge of the world of distillation and hydrosols and works directly with Medical doctors, Aromatherapists, Naturopaths, Herbalists, and Organic Personal Care manufacturers. 

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Conference - Fri-Sun  (Sep 20-22, 2013)

 

$142

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Daily Rate - Saturday Only

$45

Single Lecture

$160

Pre-Conference - Thursday (Sept 19)
9:00 am - 4:00 pm - Including lunch

Clinical Safety:  The Way Forward

with Robert Tisserand

$57

2013 Conference Reception - Friday Night
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The Alliance of International Aromatherapists is approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a continuing education Approved Provider, 
You will be able to earn NCBTMB continuing education at the conference for most of our sessions. More information to come.

 

Take advantage of the Early Bird Pricing

Early Bird*
Pay by 5/31/13

Registration for Members

Members qualify for significant discounts.

Join Now to receive these discounts.

$426

 

Conference - Fri-Sun  (Sep 20-22, 2013)

 

$142

"Plan Ahead Plan"
3 equal payments of $142 to a total of $426.

Pay the first $142, then two automatic payments of $142 each will be processed 45 days apart.

$175

Daily Rate - Friday Only

$175

Daily Rate - Saturday Only

$45

Single Lecture

$160

Pre-Conference - Thursday (Sept 19)
9:00 am - 4:00 pm - Including lunch

Clinical Safety:  The Way Forward

with Robert Tisserand

$57

2013 Conference Reception - Friday Night
For those not signed up for full conference.
Included in full conference registration.

For non-members, click here for your early bird pricing.

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Do you ever wonder why you just can't see eye to eye with someone. I saw a great explanation of this by Alan Weiss. Glad he figured this one out. This is from Alan's Monday Morning Memo.  Thanks, Alan.

 

 

"One of my granddaughters, Alaina, noticed that Bentley (our white German Shepherd puppy) had his toys on the floor in front of his bed. So, she dutifully picked up each one and deposited it in the bed. As soon as she did so, Bentley threw it back onto the floor. Alaina (four years old) kept retrieving, and Bentley (four months old) kept tossing. To her it was straightening up, to him it was a great game. Since they had differing objectives, they were never going to cooperate, although they did have a symbiotic relationship. Ask yourself, when you perceive less than full cooperation–or if you are receiving cooperation but still not making progress–whether you and the others have common objectives and self-interests. People’s default behavior is to act in their own self-interest. I told Bentley and Alaina that we were going for a ride and they both headed for the door, Alaina opening it and Bentley protecting her in their now common pursuit. That’s why I make the big bucks…."

Atlantic Region Meeting via Teleconference


Marilyn AddisonProgram: Energy-Body & Chakra Clearing — A Radical Forgiveness Experience 
 

March 7, 2013, 7:30 pm EST

 

Regional Representative: Marilyn Addison, Charlotte, North Carolina
 

Guest Speaker: Shari Claire

 

Description: Transforming Negative Energy Patterns in Your Etheric Field Into Love and Forgiveness Through Etheric Cleansing & Chakra Balancing. An Emotional and Spiritual Detox.

 

 

Members will receive email information about the teleconference and call in information.

 

Information: Call 1-877-531-6377

March 2013 Teleseminar

cynthia-lovingOur Presenter: Cynthia Loving, Clinical Aromatherapist, Licensed Massage & Bodywork Therapist

 Topic: Easing Anxiety in Institutional Settings

 

 March 20, 2013

 

 About the Teleseminar

Anytime one is taken out of their familiar settings they experience some level of stress. Apprehension of the unknown, even if the change is voluntary, is quite common. When the transition is thrust upon one, extreme anxiety frequently sets in. It doesn't matter if the move is to a nursing home, a center for those with dementia, a rehab center, or a jail - the response is usually the same.

There are many essential oils and blends that can address anxiety. We will be discussing some of the more common oils and the blends we have made and have used in more unusual situations

 

Meet Cynthia Loving
Cynthia Loving is an international instructor in the clinical uses of essential oils and a Licensed Massage and Bodywork Therapist with a private practice in Greensboro, North Carolina specializing in integrative healthy care. She lectures in Medical Schools and other educational settings, hospitals, professional groups and organizations, and serves as a consultant to individuals and a wide range of professionals from many different arenas. She is owner of LovingScents, a retail and wholesale provider of quality essential oils and a wide array of aromatherapy associated products. She purchased Scents-ible Solutions from Jackie Farnell in 2011. This program was initially designed to address the needs of persons with Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia and is now being used in a wide variety of settings.

Cynthia's varied background ranging from forensic psychiatry, addictions, mental retardation, personal growth seminars, governmental lobbying to Cross Cultural Healing enhances her ability to work with people from many walks of life.

 

Contact Information:
Phone: 336-294-7727
Email:GreatScents@LovingScents.com
Web: www.LovingScents.com

 

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