Have you booked your FREE show ticket?

FHT at Holistic Health

Holistic Health Show
NEC Birmingham
22-23 May, 2016

If you’re learning from leading experts in the FHT CPD Zone or simply having a browse in the adjoining exhibitions, make sure to register for your FREE Holistic Health Show entry ticket.

Holistic Health Show

Featuring more than 600 leading brands across three neighbouring shows (find us at stand W5), you can really make a day of it. Plus, enjoy some ‘me time’ in the Chill Out Zone, where therapists will be offering taster sessions to raise money for the Healing Hands Network.

Simply visit www.holistichealthshow.co.uk to claim your FREE show entry ticket or, if you’re a college lecturer bringing a group of students, visit www.holistichealthshow.co.uk/registercollege.jsp

There are still some seminars, workshops and lecture-demonstrations available in the FHT CPD Zone, see below, but make sure to book now to avoid disappointment.

Sunday 22nd May

  • Adapting your therapies for cancer care – Marie Duggan
  • An introduction to the Wavestone – Adrian Jenkinson
  • Aromatherapy and emotions – Penny Price
  • Beauty with crystals – Jackie Winters
  • Being in balance using The Balance Procedure – Jenny Cox
  • Benefits of massage for people with dementia – Nicolle Mitchell
  • Building a tribe on Facebook and Twitter – Alison Battisby
  • Creating your own skin care – Jeni Broughton
  • Holistic facials – Kerry Baxter
  • Integrating MTAT ear acupuncture with reflexology – Anna Venables
  • Introduction to pain management with nerve reflexology – Carol Samuel
  • Reiki for stress relief – Penny Quest

Monday 23rd May

  • Aromatherapy for pregnancy – Penny Price
  • Boosting business with Instagram and Pinterest – Alison Battisby
  • Building a multi award-winning holistic salon – Maria Mason
  • Dissolving the mystery of the ME, CFS and Fibromyalgia recovery process – Elaine Wilkins
  • Facial reflexology – Teresa Rich
  • Helping those affected by cancer – Jennifer Young
  • How dementia affects the brain and its impact on your approach –
    Nicolle Mitchell
  • Living with reiki principles – Penny Quest
  • Male grooming – from niche market to global mainstream – Robert-Sylvester Coleman
  • Reinforced reflexology – Jennifer Wayte, FHT President
  • Story massage for children – Mary Atkinson and Sandra Hooper
  • Vagus stuff: reducing stress and anxiety with MTAT ear acupuncture protocol – Anna Venables

For further details and to book your tickets visit www.fht.org.uk/CPDZone

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