Recent Examples of aromatherapy from the Web
Chef’s note: Make sure cinnamon and clove oils used are not blends used for aromatherapy, which may not be food-safe.
In addition to Risch's session on knitting, the company has hosted wellness programs around the power of laughter, tai chi, aromatherapy, Zumba, decluttering and taking care of aging parents.
Cutting edge technology combines light, ventilation, aromatherapy, ergonomics, facial recognition, color psychology, to make the latest and greatest NBA locker room.
Jac Cameron, AYR’s Creative Director, focuses on multipurpose formulas that either double as aromatherapy or can be used head-to-toe.
Out back is a minimalist-chic wellness room, where yoga sessions and aromatherapy massages take place behind sliding barn doors.
Add some aromatherapy to your shower time with DIY shower steamers.
The spa has a sauna, hammam, caldarium, ice fountain, and aromatherapy showers.
Hit the Jade Spa for aromatherapy sessions, massages, Mayan coffee scrubs and chocolate wraps, papaya facials and a host of other pamperings.
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Origin and Etymology of aromatherapy
First Known Use: 1949See Words from the same year
AROMATHERAPY Defined for English Language Learners
medical Definition of aromatherapy
- Aromatherapy relies on very concentrated “essential” oils from the flowers, leaves, bark, branches, rind or roots of plants with purported healing properties.
- —Jane E. Brody, The New York Times, 26 Dec. 2000
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