Memorable scents as aromas tantalize your pallet, guiding you into the oasis of fresh light exciting and every changing essential oils playing on the currents of the air to lead the way to your escape. Where you go is your choice, building the perfect experience of crafted flavors layers and benefits creating the place called “Your Happy Place”
Imagine the perfect combination of aromas that promote the anti-inflammation, alone providing space for less pain felt throughout the body as the subtle flow of sensation passes your nose, combined with the floral sweet and earthy fragrance of each aroma therapy oils sending you on a journey to a distant yet not very far place where one can “Simply Be”
Engulfed in the rays of elegant neatly arranged notes of aroma essence glides with every pass pulling you further into bliss well before the hands-on therapy beginning on the journey of renewed wellbeing.
From the onset selecting your unique aroma the personal blended oils will be placed at your hands, feet and crown. Engaging the sense topically while the diffusers begin to embrace the room offering an almost tangible entry point to your soothing escape.
According to PsychologyToday.com  scent is tied to the ability to hold and remember in greater detail compared to the other senses, in part to the proximity of the frontal lobs location in the brain. “Incoming smells are first processed by the olfactory bulb, which starts inside the nose and runs along the bottom of the brain. The olfactory bulb has direct connections to two brain areas that are strongly implicated in emotion and memory: the amygdala and hippocampus. Interestingly, visual, auditory (sound), and tactile (touch) information do not pass through these brain areas. This may be why olfaction, more than any other sense, is so successful at triggering emotions and memories.”
When a second is taken to remember our favorite place to eat or your Grand Mother, one of the first vivid memories will be associated to a smell. According to Elise’s publication , “The key mood is going to be youthful memories,” Salzman says. “The old are feeling very young at heart and trying to recapture the powerful energy they had as teens. “We savor scent memories, and scent is a mood-maker,” she says. “In these maniac days and nights we want to take control of mood management. Scent is a simple way to do this.”
- Jordan Gaines Lewis, Ph.D. & Brain Babble.
- Smells Ring Bells: How Smell Triggers Memories and Emotions.
- Elise Marie Michelle Arnaud
- Memory | Witness of the Unimaginable: A New Installation Opening April 17 At Le Laboratoire Cambridge; Exhibition To Explore The Powerful Sensory Connection Between Memory, Scent And Sound