COBHA LIVE COURSES
We are proud to offer the following 13 courses. The Level I Foundations Course needs to be taken first. The Level II classes can be taken in any order except the Clinical Practice Theory, and Clinical Internship must be taken last. Each course is unique, interesting, and elicits different skills from the student. One-day workshops can be taken for elective credits and are also open to the public.
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Level I Courses
The introductory Level I Foundation is a 36 hour course that meets for 8 consecutive weeks, Monday evenings from 5:00-9:30 p.m. It has a wonderful rhythm to its 8 classes, balancing vital information with hands on experiences of blending, facials, and lymphatic massage oils. The class offers 23 profiles of essential oils, two required reading books, over 100 pages of handouts and 25% off purchase of therapeutic grade essential oils. It covers distillation, ancient history, skin, organic chemistry, the immune and lymphatic systems, the brain, and emotional balancing.
Level II Courses
Level II Courses are built on the foundation of the Level One Courses. Each of the 12 classes provides fascinating knowledge of Botany, History of Medicine, Advanced Chemistry, Clinical Science, Mind/Body, Anatomy and Physiology, Part One and Two, Energetic Healing, Communication and Business Skills, Reflexology, Clinical Theory and Clinical Internship where graduating students offer holistic health services to the general public. Graduates receive a Certificate as an Essential Oil therapist (CEOT).
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Level I Classes Available on Webcam
You can participate in our live classes via your computer. You can see and hear the teacher, power point projector and the students; Teacher and other students are able to hear you. Students who wish to use this feature of the college need to have a computer with webcam and download the free software. This is feasible for anyone in the U.S. and even internationally, given time zones and other factors.
It’s the next best thing to being there!