Aroma Hut’s aromatherapy certification online courses follow an evidence-based approach to using essential oils for self-care in addition to traditional healthcare. Our Professional Aromatherapy Certification program will prepare you for a life-changing career as an aromatherapist. Get expert knowledge and hands-on experience you need to become a highly skilled Certified Aromatherapist.


Are you looking for a NAHA Aromatherapy Certification Online program?  

In the United States, there is no governing body for aromatherapy. However, the National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy (NAHA) provides a self-regulatory body along with the Alliance for International Aromatherapists to help educate the public on the benefits and safety of using essential oils.

Here are some things to consider when choosing accredited aromatherapy schools online. Rebecca Park Totilo is a certified aromatherapist and professional member of NAHA. In addition, Aroma Hut Institute is an approved school with NAHA and IICT (International Institute for Complementary Therapists) for aromatherapy education.


Aromatherapy Certification Requirements

You will want to receive proper training from Aroma Hut Institute that offers an Aromatherapy Certification Program to become a qualified certified aromatherapist. This entails completing your training with a minimum of 200 educational contact hours (such as our Level 1 and 2 aromatherapy certification program (270 hours). For more information about becoming an aromatherapist, read the following articles:

          How To Become an Aromatherapist _ Aroma Hut Institute                          


What You Will Gain From Our Aromatherapy Certification Program:

  • Confidence in using essential oils in self-care and for natural healing.
  • How to launch a new business or career in aromatherapy.
  • Enhance and boost your existing career through the use of essential oils.
  • Knowledge in how essential oils work, so you can share essential oils with others based on scientific research.
  • How to perform private consultations with clients for improving their health by offering guidance on which essential oils to use.
  • Discover which essential oils are best for aches and pain, respiratory issues such as allergies, emotional issues, and more.
  • Learn blending techniques for making essential oil blends for body care products, such as bath salts, perfume sprays, lip balms, muscle salves, and more.
  • Start your own private line of skincare products, how to teach aromatherapy, or start your own school.
  • Learn advanced techniques that integrate the chemistry for natural products that are safe for children, pregnant, nursing moms, the elderly, or animals.


Your new career as a Certified Aromatherapist is only months away!


Will I be able to call myself a Certified Aromatherapist?

Yes, when you graduate from Level One and Two, you will be able to call yourself a “Certified Aromatherapist” and use the initials “CA” behind your name. You may choose to join NAHA as a Professional Certified Aromatherapist.

Is Anatomy and Physiology included in the courses?

Yes, all courses include Anatomy and Physiology so you meet NAHA Educational Standards.

How many hours is Level 1 and Level 2?

Level 1 is 100 hours online. Level 2 is an additional 150 hours = 250 hours total.

Can I Use My Own Essential Oils?

Yes, you can. We encourage you to purchase oils from a reputable source that provides GC/MS and physical analyses. Bottles should be labeled with both the common and botanical names of the plant from which the essential oil is distilled.

Can a beginner take the Aromatherapy Certification Program?

Yes,  anyone can benefit from taking our courses in aromatherapy, especially those who desire to improve or maintain their health naturally. From a professional standpoint, this list includes Health Care Practitioners such as Nurses, Midwives, Chiropractors, Psychologists, Psychotherapists, Physical Therapists, homemakers, Teachers, Pastors, Counselors, and Cosmetologists. Other practices such as Holistic Therapists such as Therapeutic Touch Practitioners, Massage Therapists, Reflexologists, and Reiki Practitioners would also benefit and enhance their practice.

Do You Have a Free Essential Oils Class?

Yes, please click here for our free essential oils course.

Do you offer Continuing Education Units or Credits?

We are approved for CEU’s credits through the (National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork) in all 50 states. For more information, click here.  Our in-person Aromatherapy Certification 4-day course is 30 CEUs, and our Aromatherapy Online courses Level 1 is 50 CEUs and Level 2 is 200 CEUs.

What is the difference between Level 1 and Level 2 courses?

Our Aromatherapy Certification Program is divided into two levels – Level 1 and Level 2. Level 1 is the starting point for anyone who wants to become certified as an aromatherapist. Our Online Level 1 course is 100-hours and exceeds the requirements for NAHA’s Foundations Level 1 requirements (50 hours). At level 1, you will study 20+ essential oils in-depth, the botany of plants, extraction methods, blending techniques, the interaction on physical and emotional levels, history of aromatherapy, carrier oils, safety and contraindications, methods of application and absorption, business skills such as performing consultations and FDA labeling guidelines, and two body systems (limbic and lymphatic) as part of your anatomy. You will need to complete Level 1 in order to proceed to Level 2. Level 2 is a much more in-depth study of the chemistry of essential oils, as well as a complete study of anatomy and physiology covering the body systems and diseases that affect those systems and which oils can effectively help support those body systems. Level 2 will cover an additional 30+ essential oils. Our Level 2 course is over 200+ hours exceeds NAHA’s requirements for Level 2 certification. To Recap: Level 1 online is 100 hours to qualify as a Level 1: NAHA Certified Level 1 AromatherapistĀ® and Level 2 is an additional 150 hours for Level 2 NAHA Certified Professional AromatherapistĀ®. For more information about NAHA Education Standards please click here. For more information about Aroma Hut Institute certification, click here: Aromatherapy Courses

What Payment Methods do you accept for your Aromatherapy Classes?

You may pay for your course in full online or call to make payment. When you pay through PayPal, you can use MasterCard or Visa, Money Orders, debit cards, checks, and/or Paypal Billpay services.

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