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Tuesday, October 10, 2017 at 6pm
This class can be attended on the ACHS campus or live online via webcast. Join ACHS faculty member and Registered Aromatherapist (RA) Amanda Lattin as she presents the basic concepts of aromatherapy blending in this introductory lecture. You'll learn: How to select the essential oils for your blend Learn about perfumery notes and fragrance families of essential oils How to find the desired aroma and therapeutic benefits in your blend How to calculate safe dilution rates for different applications This class will sample examples of the different perfumery notes and fragrance families and do some comparisons. TICKETS General Public: $65 Student: $55* ACHS Student or Graduate: $45 *Requires valid student ID to be shown at entry or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. MATERIALS Your ticket price includes the practical materials for class, and you’ll have two completed blends to use right away. You’ll also receive two additional blends to make with the oils in your kit after the class. Includes: Rollerball Blend 2 ml Basil Ocimum basilicum Essential Oil 2 ml Mandarin Citrus reticulata Essential Oil 2 ml Geranium Pelargonium graveolens Essential Oil 10 ml Sweet Almond Oil 10 ml Rollerball Spray Blend Peppermint Mentha ×piperita Lemon eucalyptus Eucalyptus citriodora Lavandin Lavandula intermedia 10 ml Spray Bottle ABOUT THE PRESENTER Amanda Lattin, BA, MAT, Dip. Aroma., MH, RA is a professor and the Aromatherapy Department Program Chair at ACHS. She is an experienced aromatherapist, herbalist, and teaches extensively throughout the Pacific Northwest. Amanda is a graduate of ACHS and also holds a BA in Chemistry from Huntingdon College and a Masters of Teaching with a concentration in Chemistry from Lewis and Clark College.