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Physical touch is as important to the AromaTouch Technique as the aroma itself because of its ability to soothe the body and bring people together. While the main purpose of the technique is to apply the oils and provide the recipient with an essential oil experience, the AromaTouch Technique is also about connecting with another person on an emotional level.
Performing the movements of the AromaTouch Technique in order with the proper oils is vital to the desired outcome.
The Relaxation Phase focuses on movements and essential oils used to create calm in the recipient. It marks the beginning of the connections that will be built as the technique is administered and prepares the receiver for the overall, full body experience of AromaTouch.Oil 1: doTERRA Balance Oil 2: Lavender
Comfort and calm are the aim of the Soothing Phase. Tea Tree (Melaleuca) and doTERRA OnGuard have been chosen for their unique benefits that compliment the connections reached at this stage in the technique.Oil 3: Tea Tree (Melaleuca) Oil 4: doTERRA OnGuard
The Supportive Phase is designed to bring a sense of relief and support to the overall experience. Our AromaTouch essential oil blend is used to aid in the effectivity of this phase while Deep Blue soothes and relaxes the body.Oil 5: AromaTouch Oil 6: Deep Blue
The Invigorating Phase is the only area of the technique where two oils are used together and applied at the same time. The properties of Wild Orange and Peppermint combined provide synergistic benefits. The movements are performed on the back and feet.Oil 7 & 8: Wild Orange and Peppermint
Although no essential oils are required for this step, the Lymphatic Movement is crucial to the desired end result of the AromaTouch Technique. Reaching this step signals the end of the journey for the giver and recipient. A strong connection has developed and created a positive response in their wellbeing.The Lymphatic Movement