Marc J Gian, L. Ac, LMT 

Essential Oils/Aromatherpy Foundational Series for the L. Ac. 

4 Classes 12 PDAs 


12 PDA's $297 Until May 5th

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12PDA'S

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  • 5 element correpsondences for each oil  
  • Includes the most recent research for many oils  
  • Major Chemical Constituents of Each Oil  
  • Learn how to us Essential oils and Aromathepay Safely and Effectively
  • Clear And Colorful PDF’s included.
  • Simple and Effective uses on Acupuncture points  
  • Specific Blends for TCM DIAGNOSIS

Class 1

Classification of Essential Oils 3 NCCAOM PDA’s

Introduction to Classifications of Essential Oils based on a Chinese Medicine Perspective. In this class students,will have the ability to distinguish between Top Notes (Wei Level- Superficial), Middle Notes (Ying Level – Blood and Emotions), Base Notes (Yuan Source – DNA/Soul)

Students will Learn:

  • Basic History of using Aromatics in Chinese Medicine  
  • The value of adding essential oils and aromatherapy to your practice  
  • The importance of using essential oils for Dampand Stubborn Conditions  
  • Examples and Functions each classification  
  • How Aromatherapy has a direct effect on the Shen  
  • Possible Cautions and Contraindications


Individual Class - $157

Class 2

Relationship between Lung Qi/Wei Qi and Essential Oils 3 NCCAOM PDA's 

Peppermint Releases the Exterior and

Promotes movement of Qi In Upper Jiao

In this 3-hr PDA class we will focus on the benefits of Top Notes, those oils that are associated with the most superficial level of our consciousness and the upper and outer aspect of our body. These oils work very quickly, most often to uplift the individual or create an uplifting mood in the environment. Additionally, because of the inviting scent they are usually the first oil to be noticed within a blend. Students will learn functions and indications of Blood Orange, Bergamot, Lemon, Peppermint, Eucalyptus Radiata, and many more… 

Students will Learn:

  • Essential Oils to use for symptoms of Common Colds  
  • Essential Oils to assist in alleviating pain in the upper aspects of the body  
  • Basics of Blending with Top Notes  
  • Point and Oil Combinations  
  • Practical Techniques  
  • Cautions and Contraindications  


Individual Class - $157

Class 3

Relationship between Ying Qi (Digestion, Blood, Emotions) and Essential Oils 3 NCCAOM PDA's  

Roman Chamomile :

Harmonizes the Liver and Spleen

Essential oils can greatly effect the state of Ying Qi (Digestion, Blood, Qi and Emotions). During this 3-hr PDA class, we will discuss 9 common essential oils that are associated with Post- Natal Qi and Blood. The essential oils that will be discussed are,, Rosemary, Pine, Ravensara, Lemongrass, Fennel, Neroli, Roman Chamomile, German Chamomile and Melissa.

Students will Learn:

  • Oils that Strengthen our Lung Qi, Spleen Qi and Kidney Qi  
  • Oils that Promote the Movement of Qi  
  • Oils that Invigorate our blood (move through experiences and Emotions)  
  • Oils that Calm the Shen  
  • How to manage symptoms of Common Lung ailments (Common Colds, Allergies, Shortness of Breath)  
  • How to manage symptoms of Spleen Qi Vacuity (Loose Stools, Fatigue, Flaccid Muscles, etc..)  
  • How to promote the movement of Liver Qi with Essential Oils  
  • Working with the 7 major emotions with Essential Oils  
  • Basics of Blending  
  • Point and Oil Combinations  
  • Practical Techniques  
  • Cautions and Contraindications


Individual Class - $157

Class 4

Relationship between Yuan Source Qi (Essence/DNA) and Essential Oils 2/4/18 3 NCCAOM PDA’s  

Vetiver :

Nourishes the Blood and Calms the Shen

Vetiver: Nourishes the Blood and Calms the Shen  

In this 3-hr PDA class we will focus on essential oils that are classified as base notes. These oils have the closest affinity to Yuan Qi (our essence/DNA, potential in life) and are the most mysterious, precious and longest lasting of the oils. Commonly derived from woods, roots and resins they address chronic ailments. Additionally, these oils are closely associated with sexuality, creativity, meditation, and the deeper levels of the subconscious mind. Common TCM functions include, Calming the Shen, Nourishing Yin, Nourishing Blood, and Descending Yang Rising. Examples of oils that will be discussed include, Rose, Jasmine, Myrrh, Frankincense, Sandalwood, Vetiver, Spikenard and more.

Students will Learn:

  • Relationship between the Jing and Essential Oils  
  • Basic Treatment for Menopausal Symptoms  
  • Basic Treatments for Insomnia  
  • How to begin to work with an individual’s constitution  
  • Practical Techniques  
  • Point and Oil Combinations  
  • Cautions and Contraindications


Individual Class - $157