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Thursday, September 2, 2010
Its hard to find quality aromatherapy information both in print magazines and online - and there are not many magazines and journals solely dedicated to the practice of aromatherapy. However, there are a few magazines out there aimed at international aromatherapists and aromatherapy students including:
International Journal of Clinical Aromatherapy
International Journal of Essential Oil Therapeutics.
I am a UK qualified aromatherapist who has resided in the USA since 2006. My passions in life include aromatherapy, travel and writing!
I have traveled extensively around the world throughout Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Central America, USA, Canada and the Carribean.
I own my own aromatherapy business, Sedona Aromatherapie, practicing aromatherapy and reflexology locally and have an on line aromatherapy web store, in addition to two other specialist aromatherapy web stores and a couple of aromatherapy information web sites.
I trained in the UK with Penny Price Aromatherapy.
I am a freelance writer and have been the botany feature writer for suite101.com since 2008, where I have earned a number of Editor Choice awards for outstanding articles. I am also the National Women's Health Examiner for examiner.com.
Finally, I have my own web writing website writewebtext. I primarily write articles about aromatherapy, travel and weddings but am always open to new ideas!
Sedona is located in the state of Arizona, in the Western United States, situated between Phoenix in the south and Flagstaff in the north. Phoenix is approximately a 2 hour drive from Sedona and Flagstaff is about 45 minutes away.
Sedona is a very popular tourist town with an abundance of top rated hotels, spas, restaurants and art galleries; however, it is still possible to find many secluded spots away from the 'madding crowd' on one of Sedona's many trails in the surrounding National Forest.
Sedona is also known for its vortexes - 'energy spots' - located at various places around Sedona; there are a several 'new age' stores and tours capitalizing on the vortex association.
Sedona has very hot summers with a monsoon period in July/August; in winter, it can snow. The best time to visit is either spring (although can be unpredictable) or fall (when it is most pleasant).
Sedona is one of the hidden gems of the southwestern United States...
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