Organised by The House of St Barnabas
Join us on the 14th of December for a special December workshop to spread festive cheer and keep you happy and healthy during the season.
About this event
Dive into the alchemy of aromatics with 20A Aromatherapy.
In this aromatherapy workshop, you will learn how to formulate and blend a bespoke festive fragrance to give as a thoughtful Christmas gift or keep all to yourself.
We will be exploring different scent and energy profiles of a selection of organic essential oils well suited to the festive season.
As well as working with the quintessential Christmas scents, we also look at combinations to support physical, emotional, and mental well-being throughout winter, from the 'party oils' to the hangover helpers to the immune system supporters.
You will learn about the history, origins, and folklore of aromatherapy and be guided through the different scents, energies, and properties of a selection of organic essential oils, then create a bespoke aromatherapy synergy to suit your individual preferences. Find out how aromatherapy works and how it can be integrated into everyday life.
- Find out how aromatherapy works and how it can be integrated into everyday life
- Learn the basics of blending essential oils and natural ingredients together.
- Discover the best essential oils to personally support your physical, mental, and emotional well-being.
- Create a tailored formulation to take home and enjoy.
20A strives to educate and inspire individuals through the medium of aromatherapy; to foster a sense of curiosity and creativity, and to show people how pleasurable it can be to integrate ingredients from mother nature into everyday life, and all the benefits it can bring to the skin, body, mind + soul.
This winter, the cost-of-living crisis is going to affect almost all of us, and no one more so than those already living in the grip of poverty. When the freezing months roll in and people cannot afford to turn on the heating; when energy, rent, and food bills are so high they swallow up someone’s budget long before their next paycheque is due; when a crisis stretches low incomes to the breaking point like the current economic crisis is doing - the people that we work with suffer.
We are aiming to raise £50,000 to support our participants and graduates with the cost-of-living crisis. We would greatly appreciate you donating to our appeal and/or sharing the details of the appeal on your social media channels.
You can read and donate to our appeal here.