Aromatherapy and Massage for Mother and Baby
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A qualified aromatherapist and registered nurse, Allison England has been trained in massage, herbal medicine, and reflexology. . She runs her own aromatherapy clinic for mothers and babies in Cambridgeshire, England, and is the mother of five children
I will continue to recommend this book for those interested in learning safe ways to use essential oils in caring for new mothers and their babies." (Valerie Cooksley, Massage Magazine, March/April)"Overall, I liked the aromatherapy content, Allison England's views on pregnancy and birth, and the easy-to-read and reference style-structure of the book. The author's basic advice on purchasing, storing, and using essential oils is applicable for anyone interested in aromatherapy for better physical and emotional health." (Peg Aloi, The Herb Companion)"
great! J. Hartley I bought this along with Elaine Stillerman's prenatal book. I am a massage therapist that's trained in prenatal and knew that there were some things that you had to be careful of when massaging a mommy-to-be. Most women love aromatherapy but have to be aware of certain risks when using essential oils during their pregnancy. This book is clear about what to use and what to avoid. Highly recommended.. "Three Stars" according to Amazon Customer. A nice basic book.. A Ã¯Â¿Â½must haveÃ¯Â¿Â½ Many women enter pregnancy with a heightened desire for self-awareness and well being. Allison England has written an informative text, introducing the nurturing and health promoting treatments of aromatherapy and massage for use on mothers to be, and newborn infants. Through the use of essential oils in baths, massages, and specific treatments, readers will learn how to increase their body awareness, ease the common discomforts of pregnancy and aid in relaxation and pain management througho
• Written by a registered nurse trained in herbal medicine, reflexology, and massage. The author also explains how to successfully treat common disorders such as morning sickness, water retention, cellulite, varicose veins, hemorrhoids, and stretch marks. Special sections on massage for pregnant women and newborns give complete instructions for using massage to ease the discomforts of pregnancy and relieve the pain of labor and birth, as well as to soothe and comfort restless babies and facilitate the bonding of mother and child. Safe, effective remedies for babies are also covered, including colic, diaper rash, and teething pain.. Fragrant, gentle essential oils are ideally suited to the special needs of women during pregnancy, birth, and early motherhood. Newly revised edition of the definitive guide to using essential oils during pregnancy, birth, and early motherhood. This newly revised