Ever told someone to use Frankincense for inflammation and not really know why that is? There is a chemistry and biology that underlie the functions and qualities of essential oils.
Join us in learning how the basics of essential oil chemistry can simplify and provide guidelines for selecting oils and learn why Frankincense can help with inflammation.
Come discover how to map the compounds of an essential oil on a Structure-Effect Diagram and then use the Diagram to know the benefits that each compound offers. This tool and knowledge then helps with determining what oils to use in promoting better health and healing.
This is a fun and interactive class that you won’t want to miss.
"PJ Hanks teaches a simple way to understand the chemistry of oils, how to appreciate their unique chemical "recipe," why certain oils perform better than others in specific circumstances and conditions, how to skillfully blend oils so they best enhance one another, and how to get the most power from your blending. She has made it very easy for you to glean substantial training from her personal investment of months and months of training." ~ Laura Jacobs
PJ Hanks was trained in Essential Oil therapy and Aromatherapy at Bastyr School of Natural Medicine in Seattle, WA and is a doTERRA Diamond Wellness Advocate. In addition to using the essential oils to help herself and her family find relief with various health issues, she has worked with hundreds of individuals to help them discover the benefits of essential oils in balancing moods and empowering their bodies to find healing and fight disease.
Jimm Harrison has developed and is teaching the Essential Oil Therapy Certificate Program for Bastyr university School of Natural Medicine and is the author of Aromatherapy: Therapeutic Use of Essential OIls for Esthetics. He is a contributing writer for several magazines including Les Novelles Esthetiques and S[a and Skin Inc magazines. Jimm is a sough after educator and speaker.
When & Where
PJ Hanks, Heal the Family
doTERRA Diamond Wellness Advocate