Sunday, October 17th, 2021 at 10 am PDT
Say It with Flowers!
Presenter: Anita James
We show our love with flowers. They are gifts to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries, and achievements.
But how sustainable are the flowers you are giving as a gift? Are you showing your love for the planet in your choice?
In this webinar we will explore the plants used for producing cut flowers, growing methods, transportation, and packaging. We will also look at how to make more sustainable choices when gifting flowers.
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About Anita James
Born and raised in Derbyshire, England Anita has always been surrounded by gardens, allotments, and open farmland. The scent of roses takes her back to being a child helping her grandfather in the greenhouse. After a stressful life changing event in 2000, she returned to her love of plants and the natural world to grow a new life. It seemed the right path for her. In 2001 she gained an Aromatherapy Diploma with Distinction from Shirley Price Aromatherapy; Essentially Holistic was launched in 2002 and her aromatic journey began.
Anita is a global presenter who believes in inspiring learners through active learning; in 2005 she began teaching aromatherapy and holistic therapies courses for independent aromatherapy schools, and she completed her Cert Ed for Post-Compulsory Education at Nottingham Trent University in 2007. Her teaching degree gave her the tools to develop CPD courses and an international online aromatherapy diploma program, and her previous career in the textile industry gave her skills to design and build the learning platform. Her company Essentially Holistic received accreditation from the IFPA (International Federation of Professional Aromatherapists) in 2013.
Anita has served on the IFPA council as CPD, Education and Accreditation Chair, and on the AIA board as a General Board Member and Vice President.