Relaxing, calming, soothing. Does that sound like something you would like as part of your day? Those words describe Aromatouch essential oil blend. I have previously written about the AromaTouch Technique, the whole body wellness experience which includes eight different essential oils that target certain body challenges. Aromatouch oil blend is an important member of this group of eight.
There are six different single oils within this blend and I find it fascinating that all of them have the ability to relax, calm, and soothe. In addition to their effects on the physical body, there are emotional components associated with each oil as well. When we are thinking holistically of mind, body, and spirit, all parts are important to the whole.
With essential oils, it is important to remember the way in which an oil is experienced, in this case topically and aromatically. When applied topically, it is relaxing, calming, and soothing to muscles and tissues. The aromatic experience of the oil however, is influenced by the limbic system of the brain where emotions and memory are stored. Have you ever associated a memory with a certain scent? So, using our sense of smell to experience the oil can help support mood and well being. Since the oils in this blend can be experienced at the same time both topically and aromatically, especially while receiving the AromaTouch Technique, it is delightful to witness how the physical and emotional effects support each other.
These are the six single oils with some of their physical and emotional components:
Relaxing, calming, soothing; that is the Aromatouch oil blend! As the body relaxes, so does the mind, allowing our hearts to flow harmoniously with life. Honor your body with a gift of the AromaTouch Technique and experience the benefits of this beautiful oil blend.
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