Aromatherapy Massage Accredited Diploma
Aromatherapy massage is a popular mainstream therapy, and is offered at any reputable spa or beauty treatment clinic. Our comprehensive professional course guides you carefully through everything you need to know to carry out an aromatherapy treatment for your clients.
This qualification will develop your knowledge and understanding of health and safety in the salon, anatomy and physiology and aromatherapy services. You will learn about the properties of essential oils, blending essential oils to suit your clients needs, also carrier oils and their own properties. You will also have a day's practical training to develop your skills in all of the traditional Swedish massage techniques for the front and back of the body, including feet, head and face massage too, so that you can deliver a very effective aromatherapy treatment.
A printed certificate is an additional cost of £3
A £80 (non-refundable) deposit is payable immediately upon booking and the balance is due 14 days prior to your practical training date. Payment plans are available for this course.
What’s included in the course fee
Marking of course work
One day practical training
Products on the day of training
An accredited certificate emailed to you on successful completion of the course
A guide to Health and Safety
A guide to Anatomy and Physiology
You will need to purchase your own products and equipment in order to carry out your case studies and practice your skills.
This course is available at:
See our course calendar. If you do not see a suitable date, please contact us as we may be able to provide a mutually convenient date.
Start time is usually 10.30am, and will be advised in your booking confirmation. The finish time of the course is dependent on number of students, please allow a full day. You will need to arrive at the training venue no more than 15 minutes prior to the course start time. If a student arrives more than 30 minutes late on any training day, the tutor may refuse to let you join the class or to commence the training. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure they arrive at the course in plenty of time. Any lateness could result in the course not being able to commence, and further costs applicable to cover extra tutor time.
A good standard of written and verbal English
An Anatomy & Physiology qualification is preferred but not essential
Home study - which is a combination of assignments and knowledge tests
1-day practical training
10 case studies to be completed
Benefits of aromatherapy massage
Client aftercare advice
Essential oil extraction
Essential oil notes
Essential oils and skin types
Evaluating the quality of essential oils
Full body massage routine
General data protection regulation
Guidelines for pregnant women
Health & safety practice
History of massage
How to use essential oils
Mixing and blending essential oils
Table of essential oils and their properties
The chemistry behind aromatherapy
The history of aromatherapy
The plant perspective
What are essential oils
What is the olfactory system
Group training - no, students will work on each other.
One-to-one training - yes, you will be required to bring a model along to the practical training to practice your routine on.
You are required to complete 10 treatments as case studies.
Accredited & Recognised for Insurance by
Associated Beauty Therapists
Aromatherapy Massage Practitioner’s Diploma
Please check your insurance companies’ requirements before enrolling on this course. It is the student’s responsibility to check coverage with their insurers.