AIA Virginia State/All Members & Public Meeting - The Role of an Animal Aromatherapy Practitioner with Paula Warner

  • April 27, 2022
  • 5:00 PM
  • Zoom


The Role of an Animal Aromatherapy Practitioner with Paula Warner ARP, Certified Clinical Aromatherapist

Here are all the details:

What: AIA Live Webinar

Topic: Clinical Animal Aromatherapy - The Role of an Animal Aromatherapy Practitioner

When: April 27, 2022

Time: 5:00 - 6:30 MST (Click here for your local time)


After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about how to join the zoom call. If you have already registered, no need to register again. Please only register if you plan on attending live as we will have the recording available on the Member's Only page shortly after the meeting.

Eligible for 1.5 CE Credit

Learner Outcomes:

✔️ What animal aromatherapy is all about

✔️ How animal aromatherapy differs from working with human clients

✔️ What added modalities work well with aromatherapy

With the push to adopt rescues, the need for holistic support is increasing due to the animal's past trauma and unknown health histories. Also, when the world is in turmoil, it affects the caregivers which also affects the animal's emotional state. Animals and their caregivers are a unit and can influence each other's moods and attitudes. In addition, sound and separation anxiety plagues horses when on the show circuit as well as those animals in your care. Animals can have physical and emotional improvement with clinical aromatherapy. This presentation's goal is to help caregivers make holistic decisions for the care of their animals.

Paula Warner graduated with Honors from the American College of Healthcare Sciences in Aromatherapy (

She continued her education in animal aromatherapy through Ashi Aromatics and graduated as an Animal Aromatherapy Practitioner (

Paula is affiliated with the Alliance of International Aromatherapists and is a member of the AIA Education Committee. Paula has also published an article and a case study for the AIA Spring Journal Issue in Animal Aromatherapy. Paula was recently awarded the NAHA Certified Clinical Aromatherapist status.

Paula chose holistic medicine after retiring from 25 years as a Sign Language Interpreter resulting in health issues relating to the physical and mental demands of her career. Paula’s goals are to offer aromatherapy support, educate communities, and launch her business Paws & Hooves Holistic Practice (

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