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Sun, Sand and Oils: Expert Rebecca Park Totilo Offers Comprehensive Aromatherapy Course at Florida Resort

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Three day intensive course offers everything beginners need for aromatherapy certification.

Clearwater Beach, Florida, April 14, 2014 – Rebecca Park Totilo of Well Foundation is pleased to announce a new comprehensive course in aromatherapy June 12th to 15th. The 3-day course is for individuals who want to learn the principles of aromatherapy, and become professionally qualified in therapeutic use of essential oils. Totilo is an accomplished aromatherapist and author of 40 books, with a wealth of knowledge about aromatherapy. Students will learn to confidently work with over 20 essential oils in this intensive program. The program is level 1 and ranges 30 hours, with a complete and thorough introduction to the world of oils. Once completed, students will have a solid foundation of therapeutic and emotional aspects of oils and how to use them safely.

The course is an extensive introduction to aromatherapy’s many facets including the chemistry, science, and business practices of the field. Students will receive a history of essential oils and an understanding of the basic physiology affected by oils. Totilo has designed a course that educates students on all the intricacies of essential oils, such as methods of absorption, application, ethics, and more. The result is students with confidence and a solid foundation of aromatherapy practices, plus goals for an aromatherapy practice. During the course, participants will create and take home over $200.00 worth of products. The course is $695.00 which includes tuition, materials, reception, beach party and more. The event will be held at the Sheraton Key Resort in Clearwater Beach, Florida. Anyone can attend; experience with aromatherapy is not necessary. The course is recommending for anyone seeking a career in alternative health care. Many of our graduates have gone on to create essential oil retail businesses, online stores, organic and holistic body and skincare product lines and consultation services. This hands-on curriculum has been personally created by bestselling author Totilo, and she endeavors to keep students involved with lively discussions, hands-on blending and engaging lectures.

Aromatherapy Certification Program
June 12-15, 2014
Sheraton Key Resort, Clearwater Beach, Florida
For more information and to see the full extent of Totilo’s services, please visit HealWithOil.com.
Company: Rebecca at the Well Foundation
Website: http://healwithoil.com
Phone: 727-688-2115

Cost: $695.00 (includes tuition, materials, reception, beach party and more!)

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Company Name: Aromatherapy Certification Program
Contact Person: Rebecca Park Totilo
Email: rebeccatotilo@yahoo.com
Phone: 727-688-2115
Address:Address: 4930 Park Blvd. Suite 7
City: Pinellas Park
State: FL
Country: United States
Website: http://www.healwithoil.com/

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