My guest this week is Amy Anthony, a certified clinical Aromatherapist and Aromatic Gardener. In addition to that, Amy is an aromatherapy educator, podcaster, herbalist, certified master composter, and artisanal distiller and is one of New York’s top aromatherapy practitioners. We talk about the importance of connecting with nature through scent, how aromatherapy can support wellness and vitality and how you can become an aromatic gardening practitioner yourself.
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What We Talk About
What is aromatherapy?
What is aromatic gardening?
What’s the difference between plant aromatics and synthetics?
What are best essential oils for supporting wellness and vitality?
Do you need to be careful with any aromatic oils? What are safe and practical approaches to aromatherapy?
How are you connected to plants from your culture?
“Aromatherapy is not a consumptive exercise.” Why? What can we do about this in our own gardens?
How is aromatherapy linked to the moon?
Where to find out more
About Amy Anthony
Amy is a certified clinical Aromatherapist and Aromatic Gardner who left her career in marketing research to pursue what is closest to her heart: working with plants. As a certified aromatherapist, aromatherapy educator, herbalist, gardener, certified master composter, and artisanal distiller, Amy is one of NYC’s top aromatherapy practitioners.
Host of the Essential Aromatica podcast, Amy also tends her own aromatic garden on the North Fork of Long Island where she distills her unique products.
Listed as one of America’s most influential aromatherapists, Amy Anthony is currently the New York State representative for the Alliance of International Aromatherapists and has her private practice called NYC Aromatica which includes one-on-one customized aromatherapy sessions, online class offerings, corporate consulting and article writing.
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