American College of Healthcare Sciences (ACHS) will host a four-day, four-night bootcamp, Kona Aromatherapy Bootcamp: Current Issues in Aromatherapy, November 4-9, at the college’s satellite campus in Kona, Hawaii: 81-958 Halekii St., Suite 5C, Kealakekua, HI 96750.
Led by Dorene Petersen, ACHS founding president and chair of the Aromatherapy Registration Council, this workshop is designed for professional aromatherapists, aromatherapy students, and aromatherapy enthusiasts. The workshop features several days of small-group workshops on topics like essential oil chemistry, safety, quality assessment, client intakes, and therapeutic aromatherapy blending including blending for aromatherapy reflexology. Participants will receive an expert aromatherapy blending kit and supplies to use hands-on during the sessions, as well as one-year access to ACHS’s Aromatherapy Monographs written by Petersen.
Additional program benefits include:
- Immersive tours into native Hawaiian plant history and sustainable sandalwood growing
- Hotel accommodations. Participants will stay at the Royal Kona Hotel, approximately 20 minutes from the college campus (transportation provided each day).
- An optional fifth day featuring a customized, full-day Kona Vortex guided tour
- 100 continuing education hours completed online and in combination with the workshop
View full program details, including the daily schedule, at achs.edu/course/2018-kona-aromatherapy-workshop-current-issues-aromatherapy. To request more information, call (800) 487-8839 or visit contact.achs.edu/kona-wellness-conference. Register at contact.achs.edu/register-for-kona-workshop.