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Aromatherapy describes treatments that use essential oils to make you feel calm, relaxed, or energised. Aromatherapy oils work with your sense of smell; you can inhale them, bathe in them or be massaged in them.

What is aromatherapy?
Smell is a very powerful sense that can work with your memory. Certain smells remind you of events, people and places. In addition to this, the smell can also take you back to how you felt about what you're remembering. It activates your emotional memory.

Aromatherapy uses warm essential oils to activate your sense of smell and increase your sense of well-being. The oils are massaged into your skin, dropped into water for you to bathe in, or blended with other oils or steam for you to inhale.

Views: 1476 | Added by: Admin | Date: 16.11.2010

Acupuncture is a whole-body treatment that inserts tiny needles into the skin to restore your body's natural balance and improve your health.

What is acupuncture?
Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese practice based on the principles of natural law - Yin and Yang, the Five Elements of life, and the energy force "Qi" (say "chee"). It has been used for thousands of years to treat physical complaints, and to keep people happy and healthy.

Acupuncture is based on the idea that our bodies are mapped by paths or "meridians"; life-energy (Qi) flows around our bodies along these paths. When the Qi is flowing properly, we feel well - in body, mind and spirit. On the other hand, when this flow of energy is blocked, or not balanced, we develop problems with our health and well-being.

Views: 1456 | Added by: Admin | Date: 16.11.2010