WholeAroma, LLC is owned and operated by Clinical Aromatherapist/Community Herbalist Ken Miller. It was established in 2018 in Stow, OH to serve not only the health needs of the local community, but also across the United States.
We serve clients who are experiencing common health issues and/or health issues that no other therapies have been able to resolve, and who desire to resolve these issues through more natural means. Through our insight into aromatherapy, aromatic medicine, herbal medicine, and functional medicine techniques, we educate our clients on courses of action that can be used to bring the body back into healthy balance. Since a holistic approach is the most effective way to restore the body to a balanced, healthy state, we couple this insight and education with coaching on lifestyle and dietary change as well (if necessary). In this way, we can help our clients make the adjustments needed to become healthy once again.
WholeAroma, LLC is a member in good standing of the following professional organizations: National Association of Holistic Aromatherapy, Alliance of International Aromatherapists, American Herbalists Guild, and the Stow-Monroe Falls Chamber of Commerce .
Ken Miller is a practitioner of Aromatherapy, Aromatic Medicine, and Herbal Medicine. Beginning his career training under renowned aromatherapist Sylla Shepherd-Hanger at the Atlantic Institute of Aromatherapy, he graduated with a diploma as an Aromatherapy Practitioner. Moving on from there, he received a diploma in Aromatic Medicine from AromaMedix under the tutelage of Mark Webb. Finding a need to couple Aromatherapy/Aromatic Medicine with herbalism, Ken has earned certifications as both a Clinical Family Herbalist and a Clinical Community Herbalist under the instruction of Herbalist Thomas Easley at the Eclectic School of Herbal Medicine. As one who is always seeking knowledge and understanding that will better serve his clients, Ken is constantly learning via continuing educational programs, seminars, and conferences from various industry professionals.
Additionally, Ken studied chemistry and mathematics at Central Michigan University where he completed research in cisplatin drugs for cancer, as well as oxizine drugs for both malaria and AIDS.