Geert De Vuyst


I’m Geert. With a blend of unique workshops and webinars, I create an uplifting impact on well-being in teams, companies and organizations. Check out Sleep and stress: the dream couple, 10 essential oils for an active life in balance and Painless mobile.

I lecture on essential oilsaromatherapy and complementary massage therapy* to therapists, health/care professionals and spa/wellness professionals. I’m a member of the educational team at the Collège International d’Aromathérapie Dominique Baudoux (Enghien, Belgium) and a lecturer at VIVES (Kortrijk, Belgium).

I’m passionate about manual therapy and Eastern philosophy. In my client work I choose an integrative approach, combining Eastern manual therapy (Shiatsu), Western massage and the biochemistry of aromatic plant extracts.

The primary focus of my work is on the relation between scientific research and therapeutic applications in both aromatherapy (thru topical application and inhalation) and massage therapy, in particular when dealing with stress, psycho-emotional disorders, lack of energy & burnout, pain conditions and pregnancy.


A journey

Geert holds a Master of Science in Industrial Sciences degree from Groep T (Leuven, Belgium) and studied information technology at VUB (Brussels, Belgium). He spent the first 15 years of his career working in high-tech industries in France and Belgium. Passionate about French culture, he moved in his early twenties to Toulouse, France where he lived for 11 years. In search of his own path, he joined the meridian shiatsu therapist training program International School Shiatsu Yoga Mediterraneo in 2005. Upon his move back to Flanders he pursued his training at Iokai Shiatsu (Paris, France). In 2016 he completed the six-day training course “Scientific medical aromatherapy” at the Collège International d’Aromathérapie Dominique Baudoux (Ghislenghien, Belgium). Since than Geert focuses on the study, teaching and practice of aromatherapy and massage therapy in interpersonal (therapist) and care/medical settings.