AromaTouch Technique with dōTERRA Essential Oils




The AromaTouch Technique was developed by David K. Hill, a doctor of chiropractic, to provide people with an uplifting essential oil experience. The technique applies eight essential oils to the spine and two essential oils to the feet. With the added the power of human touch, there is a benefit to both the recipient and the facilitator. Anyone can learn the technique and put it to use in the lives of those they care for; it is not necessary to be certified or to be an AromaTouch instructor. AromaTouch is a key element for addressing back-to-school stress and toxic insult, boosting immunity and finding balance or homeostasis in the body.

dōTERRA Certified AromaTouch instructors Jen and Jeff Frey host events in order to educate families so they can utilize this technique in their homes to care for family members. “What I love about the AromaTouch Technique is its simplicity. Anyone can do it––from a small child to the elderly––empowering all with a simple, effective pathway to maintain their health naturally,” explains Jeff.

Jen and Jeff Frey lead one of the largest teams of essential oil users, sharers and entrepreneurs in the world. The next AromaTouch certification class will be held on August 18, in Uniontown. For more information, call 717-503-0673 or 717-580-5139, email PureOilCouple@gmail.com or visit PureOilCouple.com.

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