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Aromatherapy and shinrin-yoku
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Many cultures have long been aware of the unique connection we have with nature. I have suggested that people are drawn to aromatherapy as a way to reconnect with nature. it is not surprising that many researchers have discovered that essential oils are strongly implicated as a means of plants interacting with humans.

In this webinar we explore the Japanese practice of shinrin-yoku - which translates literally to forest bathing. We examine the positive health outcomes of forest bathing and how essential oils can mimic the therapeutic benefits of shinrin-yoku. We also explore four precious essential oils unique to the forests of Japan – sugi leaf, sugi wood, hinoki leaf and hinoki wood.

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Salvatore Battaglia
Salvatore Battaglia has been passionate about natural therapies for most of his life. He holds qualifications in natural therapies, herbal medicine, acupuncture and aromatherapy. Salvatore’s dedication to aromatherapy has seen him hold positions in professional associations and government committees to ensure that the educational standards of professional aromatherapy are maintained and improved. Salvatore has been teaching aromatherapy since 1988. He is often called upon to speak at international conferences about aromatherapy, running a holistic and ethical business and what it means to go natural and organic. Author of The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy Vol I - Foundations & Materia Medica. The book is internationally acclaimed as the most comprehensive text book on aromatherapy. It has now been translated into Japanese and Korean. Since Sal has also released The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy Vol III - Psyche & Subtle, The Aromatree and Aromatherapy & Chakras.