A Hub for Essential Oil Enthusiasts + Aromatherapy Students

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A Hub for Essential Oil Enthusiasts + Aromatherapy Students
“Almost 20 years ago, I started my first aromatherapy business...long before social media and every household had aromatherapy diffusers...Our community needed a space to smell, blend and learn about essential oils so I raised the bar to create this experience!”
-Amy Reedman, Founder + Owner of The Blending Bar
The Blending Bar is a hub for local aromatherapists, aromatherapy students in and essential oil enthusiasts from around the world to meet, learn and study in the Fraser Valley. Located 1 hour East of Vancouver, British Columbia, the bar’s learning lounge is an beautiful and comfortable space to work through study material, meet and blend with other students. With access to over 65 essential oil testers as needed for working through essential oil profiles, utilize the lounge to hold learning circles, study groups and take workshops with trained Aromatherapists.
Students of accredited programs receive a 15% discount on essential oils to start building their collection and check out the Essential Oil Starter Kit to stay on budget. The student discount also applies to all packaging including bottles, caps, misters, pumps, and droppers, plus unscented bases, hydrosols, and carrier oils to blend at home for yourself and to complete your case studies.
Utilize our small library of aromatherapy reference books and materials (including Tisserand’s Essential Safety) plus free wifi, and always complimentary herbal tea and water.
Volunteer, mentorship and tutoring opportunities are available for those interested in working with a Registered Aromatherapist with almost 20 years of experience (Amy Reedman, owner and founder of The Blending Bar).
The bar’s private wellness room is available for rent to complete case study consultations, aromatherapy massage or to get experience working in a professional space. This quiet, cozy space is fully equipped with a deluxe massage table, facial steamer, hot towels and hot stones.

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