Listen in as Sylla interviews Lauren Bridges, a special-needs parent who’s dedicated to helping other parents navigate these waters.
Listen in as Sylla and Nyssa talk with Dr. Eric Zielinski about essential oil safety.
Nyssa and Sylla talk about trauma and healing in this interview.
Listen in as Sylla interviews Robbi Zeck, author of Blossoming Heart, and her husband, Jim Llewellyn.
Listen in as Sylla interviews Jan Patterson, an internal medicine/infectious disease physician with over 30 years of experience in patient care.
Nyssa sits down with Dr. Trevor Stokes to find out about he and Sylla started the Psychosensory Aromatherapy Research Project and what they learned about aromatherapy and treating behavioral disorders.
Aromatherapy can help us as we heal from past traumas. But how? Here’s a story about how one student transformed a “trigger oil” into one their favorite aromatic allies.
Nyssa sits down with Jeanne Rose, one of aromatherapy’s greatest living legends, to discuss aromatherapy, her place in it, and what a joy it is to keep on learning.
Have you ever hit rock bottom only to look up and wonder what’s next? Sometimes it takes a shock for us to finally look around and wonder, “What do I want to do with my life?”
I love hearing stories of those who’ve found a way to not only overcome misfortune, but transcend it. Not just because they inspire me, but because I know we need more stories like this in our world today. Marge Clark is a living example of someone who is redefining disability, and she owes it partly to the power of essential oils. Listen to our first ever interview in the Inner Sanctum.
Sylla interviews Colleen Dodt on her early days in aromatherapy and how she uses essential oils now.
Our first audio interview is up with Dr. Robert Pappas. Listen in as he answers our questions about essential oils chemistry and shares about his professional life as an analyst and educator.
At the Alliance of International Aromatherapists Conference in Denver last September, we met and befriended two passionate women who are spearheading the first documentary about our industry. Angela Ehmke and Kristina Bauer have begun the tremendous task of putting together Uncommon Scents. They debuted their intention at the conference last fall.
We are happy to announce that we have a new instructor on board. The wonderful and talented Shellie Enteen will now be teaching our classes. Shellie lives in South Carolina but hopes to serve those seeking live classes in the Carolinas and Georgia.