Linda Anne Kahn

CIDESCO HHP CLT-LANA, NCTMB, CMT, CCN, Clinical Aromatherapist

Linda Anne Kahn CIDESCO HHP CLT-LANA, NCTMB, CMT is an Internationally trained Beauty Therapist, Clinical Aromatherapist, Holistic Health Practitioner and Dr. Vodder’s Lymphedema Therapist. She is a Nationally Certified Massage Therapist, State certified Esthetician and Certified Clinical Nutritionist.

Linda-Anne is Board Certified as an Internationally recognized Cidesco Diplomate.  She is certified as a Clinical Aromatherapist from Eve Taylor, London and has studied Aromatherapy with many French Doctors, including Dr. Daniel Penoel, Dr. Claude Lapraz, and Pierre Franchomme.

Linda Anne has been teaching an Aromatherapy certification program for over 15 years. She is the founder and President of Beauty Kliniek Aromatherapy Day Spa and Wellness Center, recognized as one of the country’s leading Day Spas.

Linda Anne has served on the AIA research committee for the past 5 years and is currently the chair.

You can find Ms. Kahn at her Lymphatic Therapy Services website.

 

The Role of the lymphatic system in health

In this podcast, Linda Anne Kahn shares a lot of valuable facts about our lymphatic system and why it is actually important for us. She discusses amongst other topics the function of the lymphatic system, symptoms of the system’ problems that may occur and which ones we can address with aromatherapy.

 

She shares with us a series of essential oils for supporting the healthy flow of lymph throughout the system as well as essential oils and carriers for pain and inflammation. She also describes the way she works in her practice which is really an integrative approach.

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