The materialistic and stressful world that we live in usually drains most of our energy, and we are left with very little time and will to concentrate on ourselves. Subjecting oneself to regular massages helps one keep strength and a positive outlook towards life. Aroma Touch Technique is a versatile massage therapy which makes use of pure doTERRA essential oils to pacify the troubled soul and body.
I. The Dynamics of the Aroma Touch Technique
The aroma touch is a well-established stress relief massage technique which combines the incredible power of massage with the aroma of the essential oils being used in this method. The aroma touch technology focuses on the relief of our body from the following health constraints:
- Lack of immunity
- Autonomic imbalance
- Inflammatory response
The aroma touch technique provides a mesmerizing experience for its subject matter by combining the power of touch with the exotic aroma of essential oils. The aroma touch technique is beneficial for everyone; whether you are a busy mom, a business person or a stressed out teenager.
II. Characteristics of the Essential Oils
The aroma touch technique uses a combination of eight different oils used that are used as stress relief products, each of which has its distinctive properties.
i. First Blend of Oil
The first blend of oil usually combines spruce oil, rosewood, and blue tansy. These oils have deep muscle relaxation properties and facilitate in the reduction of anxiety and stress. These oils have anti-inflammatory properties and when used in the right dosage and direction, promote a sense of wellbeing.
ii. Lavender – The Second Oil
Lavender is not only an aromatic in essence but has also shown its effectiveness as a calming agent and a relaxant. Massage therapy with lavender oil gives tangible results for the healing of wounds and in the repair of damaged tissue.
iii. Melaleuca – The Tree Oil
This essential oil has cleansing properties and is often used for healing infections. In the aroma technique, this oil is deployed for the boosting of the immune system and helps in the maintaining homeostasis within the body.
iv. Fourth Blend of Oils
The fourth blend of oils encompasses of wild orange, clove, cinnamon and rosemary oil. All of these oils provide a boost to the immune system. Clove is especially known for its healing properties as it is enriched with a cleansing compound known as eugenol.
v. Fifth Blend of Oils
The fifth blend of oils is a mixture of cypress, basil, marjoram, lavender, grapefruit and peppermint. This amalgam of oils is revered for its ability to pacify tissue irritation and promote blood circulation. The application of these oils has a calming effect on soft tissues. Grapefruit oil is known for its capacity to set in motion a slow-working lymphatic system.
vi. Sixth Blend of Oils
This mix consists of oils which are gel-like in texture i.e. wintergreen, camphor, peppermint, and osmanthus. This blend of oils is widely used for providing relief to aching joints and chronic inflammation.
vii. Final Blend of Oils
The final stroke of genius is the application of wild orange and peppermint to feet and spine. A combination of these two products acts as a soothing agent for the body and relieves any discomfort experienced by the body.