My guest Rayne Johnson is a death doula with a special interest in the use of sacred aromas and essential oils during the end of life. She will share with us her knowledge of oils and aromatherapy and how to incorporate them into the care of the dying.
In this interview you will learn:
What are "essential oils"
The history of aromatherapy
How essential oils can be used when working with the dying
The benefits of aromatherapy for patients, loved ones and caregivers
How to use oils safely with dying patients
Tips for incorporating sacred aromas into end of life work
Loraine "Rayne" Johnson is a death doula and end of life consultant from Edmonton, Alberta. She is also a palliative massage therapist, author and educator. She studied at Naropa University in Contemplative End of LIfe Care. Rayne teaches caregivers and the dying practical ways to help with the end transitions. She is a keynote speaker and workshop presenter on her passion: Doing Deathcare Differently.