This issue includes:
- The physical and emotional benefits of scar massage, by Emma Holly, MFHT;
- A new model for complementary therapy within the NHS, by Jane Sheehan, MFHT;
- Introducing feng shui to your therapy premises, by Judith Hadley and Sara Pearson;
- The benefits of manual therapy using the Maitland concept, by Katie Campbell;
- A look at how the arts can tackle some of today’s healthcare priorities;
- An introduction to walk and talk therapy, by Lara Just;
- A look at active beauty, the use of skincare products used alongside exercise;
- Marma massage with a self-help routine, by FHT Vice President Mary Dalgleish;
- A first look at the 2018 FHT Conference, supporting the integrated healthcare agenda.
Plus an essential oil profile on Roman chamomile; the latest FHT local support group news; an insight into helping an anxious horse with crystal therapy, by Jackie Winters, MFHT; the latest research; medical A-Z; a day in the life of Nicky Gee, Blackpool FHT Local Support Group Coordinator, crystal therapist and reiki teacher; an interview with Gill Morris, director of commercial development at Sterex; and lots more…
Don’t miss the opportunity to win an FHT Business Pack, worth more than £50 and a £20 Amazon gift card and Born to Walk, by James Earls, in FHT spiral no. 27.
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