Aromatherapy is a form of complementary medicine that utilises the health-promoting properties of essential oils. During a treatment, essential oils are blended together to create an aromatic blend. They are applied to the body using a variety of massage techniques; neuromuscular, pressure point, lymph drainage, effleurage, petrissage and connective tissue.

Aromatherapy’s unique combination of inhalation and massage boosts the immune system and thereby enhances general health and well-being.


Aromatherapy can be helpful for treating many conditions including: anxiety, depression, stress, insomnia, pain relief, headaches, digestive problems, menstrual or menopausal problems.



  • Tanya BradburyTanya Bradbury
    offers Yoga classes and Ayurvedic Health & lifestyle consultations, with regular workshops on related topics at The Harmony Centre Suffolk. She has studied Yoga and Ayurveda with some of the leading doctors and teachers in India.
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