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FOR THOSE LOOKING TO WORK WITH NEW MOTHERS AND THEIR BABIES.

19th May, 10.00am – 12.45pm
FHT Annual Training Congress @ NEC, Birmingham 

Jennifer Wayte, FHT President, has been actively involved in many complementary therapies for almost 20 years in many diverse roles including lecturer, assessor and verifier in further and higher education. She runs her own school and clinic, is an NHS Trust governor, has chaired the education committee for the General Council for Massage Therapy and was instrumental in forming the Professional Forum for Sports and Remedial Therapy. She has a special interest in writing professional qualifications and has worked closely with the Skills Sector Councils. Jennifer works with the voluntary regulators the CNHC as a professional advisor to the council.

This workshop is ideal for qualified reflexologists interested in working with new mothers and their babies, and for those generally interested in furthering their reflexology knowledge and skills. This is also a perfect taster session for those interested in booking Jennifer’s full qualification course in September.

Touch has been shown to be necessary for infants to thrive, for bonding between parents, grandparents, siblings and authorised responsible carers. Infant reflexology is believed to be a tool or modality with the ability to comfort and nurture infants and enable the infant mind/body to balance itself. It is a natural tool to enhance the infant’s wellbeing.

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Further reading: 

‘A touching bond’ (Student Therapist 2008). Baby massage has been practised in some countries for centuries and is undergoing a revival in the west – good news for babies and parents alike. 

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THIS WORKSHOP = 2 CPD POINTS

THE FHT ANNUAL TRAINING CONGRESS:

  • Over 20 lecture-demonstrations and workshops (1 CPD point per hour)
  • A wide range of topics
  • Private training rooms
  • Easy access to venue.

BOOK NOW AT www.fht.org.uk/2013

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