A Vitalist Approach to Methods
and Applications for the Seasons
February 29, 2020 | 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
PRESENTED BY | Kathryn Delaney, a CCA, CCN, CN
Leap into Spring by learning about aromatic allies as natural therapeutics. Essential Oils have only recently become more popular and widely available to the public despite having a rich history in botanical medicine. You may be familiar with essential oils, but do you know of the many methods and applications to use them throughout the seasons?
Kathryn Delaney, a Certified Clinical Aromatherapist, Herbalist and Nutritionist, trained in the Vitalist tradition, will be offering a free class to the public on Saturday, February 29, 2020, from 3-4:30 pm. The class will be held at the Colorado School of Clinical Herbalism, located at 424 E. Simpson Street, in Lafayette, Colorado and is free and open to the public.
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RSVP | Info@ClinicalHerbalism.com
DATE & TIME | Saturday, February 29, 2020 • 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
LOCATION | CSCH, 424 E. Simpson Street, Lafayette, CO 80026
COST | Free class open to the public.
Instructor | Kat Delaney, Certified Clinical Aromatherapist, CCH, CN
Kat is the Director of the CSCH Aromatherapy course. Her interest in herbal therapeutics and healing modalities began in 1992 with a focus on Aromatherapy, and later developed into a fascination with herbalism and nutrition. Over the years she has studied the art, science and safety of essential oils, medicine-making and herbalism with various teachers. In 2011, she became certified as a Clinical Aromatherapist through the Institute of Integrative Aromatherapy (with Laraine Pounds, RN, MSN, CMT). Kat is a certified Level 2 NAHA member.
In 2015, moved by the plethora of questionable information on the internet and the increasingly unsafe use of essential oils by the public, Kat developed Esenta, The Aromaticum App as a means to provide safe and reliable information on the therapeutic uses and dilutions of EO. Kat then continued her studies in the healing arts at CSCH, where she earned her certifications in Clinical Herbalism and Nutrition. She currently lectures on various topics in the CSCH Fundamentals and Advanced programs, writes articles on aromatherapy, and offers workshops to students and the public on topics including medicine-making, EO safety and toxicology, and comparing herbalism with aromatherapy. In addition to her focus on education, Kat offers all-natural body care products, custom natural perfumes, and holistic health support through her business, Roots of Alchemy / Esenta, LLC.
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