Your musculoskeletal system is what gives you shape and form. It’s what allows you to move through the world—but it can also be something that causes pain and discomfort. 

In this Healing Guide, learn the basics of what makes up the musculoskeletal system, what you can do to keep it healthy, and how to turn to aromatherapy when it’s not feeling so great. 

Be sure to download your Healing Guide on the Musculoskeletal System PDF and do your Home Play Exercises, so you can apply what you learn.

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Lesson 1: Introduction to the Musculoskeletal System

How does the musculoskeletal system affect symptoms of pain? What’s this thing called fascia? How can I find a good massage therapist? Find out these things and more in this Healing Guide. 

In this video, you’ll learn:

  • What the musculoskeletal system is made up of.
  • The names of specific muscles and bones.
  • How the position of your bones can affect the rest of your body.


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Lesson 2: Aromatherapy for the Musculoskeletal System

Using essential oils to treat bone and muscle conditions is easy when you know what to look for. As always, the most crucial aspect is knowing your therapeutic properties and the condition you’re addressing. 

In this video, you’ll learn:

  • About current research that supports the use of essential oils for pain—including via inhalation!
  • What blend of oils was used to address pain AND depression in one study.
  • The four best therapeutic properties for addressing conditions of this system—and our favorite ways to use them.




Lesson 3: How to Support Your Musculoskeletal System

The best medicine is prevention, and many of the conditions of the musculoskeletal system can be prevented. Here’s how we work towards taking care of the beautiful bodies we’ve been gifted. 

In this video, you’ll learn:

  • Three things you can do every day to support your body.
  • Our #1 seemingly self-indulgent form of preventive medicine.
  • How to double or triple-purpose your efforts.