Aromatherapy is the therapeutic use of essential oils (and hydrolats) in order to maintain good health and wellbeing.  


Essential oils have an effect on the physical, emotional and spiritual elements of the body and have been found to be particularly helpful in supporting symptoms of stress, anxiety and depression.  


Warming oils, such as black pepper and ginger, can help to soothe aches and pains and diffusion of oils such as eucalyptus can help to clear a blocked stuffy nose.  Article and further links to research to follow.  

In addition, the cosmetics industry has long known of the benefits of using oils to the skin, and particular oils can be helpful in supporting dry, oily or ageing skin, as well as other skin disorders.

Aromatherapy is often used alongside massage - and this is a popular choice - but aromatherapy is so much more than simply a checklist of oils.  I can blend the following for you:

  • Body or massage oil

  • Diffusion/inhalation blends (to be used with a diffuser or inhalation stick or rollerball)

  • Cream (including facial creams and oils)

  • Body wash, liquid soap and shampoo (using a certified organic base)

  • Bath salts

  • Salves and balms

  • Sprays

Prices vary based on the mediums used.​

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*Disclaimer: Information on Doncaster Wellbeing is correct to the best of our knowledge. However, we cannot take any responsibility for any accidental error – we're human! If you find an error, please do contact us and we’ll do our best to rectify it.  If you are vegan, or have any particular allergy, please take care to always double check ingredients.  Please note: times quoted include consultation time.  Massage therapy, Reflexology and Aromatherapy are classed as a “complementary therapies” meaning that they are used alongside (as a complement to) conventional medicine. Complementary therapists cannot make diagnoses (unless also medically qualified to do so – ie they are a GP, or similar). In addition complementary therapy should not be used as an alternative to seeking appropriate medical advice.