Christine Westwood is an eminently qualified and
widely respected pioneer of complementary medicine. She began her
research whilst working as an EEC accountant and fifteen years ago set
up a Meta-Aromatherapy practice to cater for the needs of stressed city
workers and those seeking a more holistic approach to health management
and latterly an international Meta-Aromatherapy training school. She is
the author of several books including Aromatherapy for Stress
Management, Healthy Legs and Feet and best seller Aromatherapy A Guide
for Home Use.
Meta-Aromatherapy goes beyond the very beneficial use of the essential oils alone. It uses a number of therapies in combination which are particularly effective for chronic conditions and uses the psychological aspects of essential oils. Aromatherapy massage and gentle touch techniques aid in releasing long-held associated tensions through the kinaesthetic response. Counselling's listening and verbal communication along with specialised hypnotherapy techniques and Clean Language further develop this powerful, yet safe, method of unfolding and release found through Meta-Aromatherapy treatments.