FHT member offers advice to Professional Beauty readers

PB_CoverFHT member, Kate Mulliss, has recently been featured in Professional Beauty magazine, offering readers advice on how to support clients with arthritis and rheumatism.

In the April 2019 issue of Professional Beauty Kate discusses how aromatherapy massage is one therapy that can be beneficial. Kate suggests which carrier oils and essential oils are best to use, offers tips on the first session and adapting techniques, and encourages readers to be mindful of any other health problems the client may be experiencing.

Read the full Professional Beauty article here

In addition, Kate discusses aromatherapy for arthritis and rheumatism in the latest issue of International Therapist.

Read Kate’s International Therapist article here

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Kate Mulliss will be joining a range of expert speakers at the 2019 FHT Training Congress from Sunday 19 to Monday 20 May at the Holistic Health Show, NEC Birmingham.

For more details about the talks and to book, visit fht.org.uk/congress

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FHT to give presentation at Integrative Health Convention

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FHT Vice President, Mary Dalgleish, will be giving a presentation on aromatherapy at the 2019 Integrative Health Convention in London this October.

The convention aims to bring together members of the public and health professionals with an interest in complementary and integrated healthcare, to learn, share and connect.

As well as explaining the health benefits of aromatherapy and what a typical treatment involves, Mary’s talk will cover the history and origins of aromatherapy; different modes of application; the therapeutic properties of various essential oils; and issues regarding safe practice.

Delegates will also be signposted to the FHT’s Accredited Register when looking for a professional complementary therapist, both at the end of Mary’s presentation and in FHT goody bags being distributed across the two days.

To promote her involvement, Mary recently took part in an interview with Dr Toh Wong, co-organiser of the convention and a council member of the College of Medicine. Click the link below to learn more about Mary’s talk, why she trained to be a therapist, and how she feels complementary therapists can help to support both the general public and the current health and care system. A special promotional code is available at the end of the video, providing FHT members a 5% discount off their booking.

Watch a video of Mary being interviewed by Dr Toh Wong

FHT shares face-boosting therapies and the benefits of grapefruit in Natural Health magazine

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We are delighted to have contributed two articles to Natural Health magazine’s April issue, to promote FHT members, the therapies they practice, and the Complementary Healthcare Therapist Register.

In a two-page feature, FHT Vice Presidents Mary Dalgleish and Maria Mason offer readers six natural therapies to give your face a much-needed boost—facial massage, Kansa wand facelift massage, aromatherapy, acupressure, facial yoga and FHT member Ziggie Bergman’s Zone Face Lift.

We also offer readers DIY face-boosters and direct readers to the FHT website to find a suitably qualified therapist.

Our second contribution looks at the health benefits of grapefruit, in Natural Health’s regular plant profile.

Read the articles here

FHT introduces In the Moment readers to the Alexander Technique

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Find a full-page article written by the FHT in the latest issue of In the Moment.

In its April 2019 issue (#24) we introduce readers to the Alexander Technique, looking at what a treatment would typically involve, as well as five key benefits of the therapy.

The article is part of a ‘Have you tried’ regular feature in the magazine, which puts a spotlight on different therapies practiced by FHT members.

The FHT regularly contributes to national consumer publications to promote the FHT, its members and the therapies they practice.

In the Moment is a monthly lifestyle magazine, covering wellbeing, creativity, good living and travel, and is available to buy in a range of high street shops and supermarkets.

Read the full article

FHT shares the benefits of the Bowen technique with In the Moment readers

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We recently published an article about the Bowen technique in high street consumer magazine, In the Moment.

The article, featured in its March issue (#23), is a one-page article written by the FHT, where we look at what a Bowen technique treatment would typically involve, as well as five key benefits of the therapy.

The article is part of a ‘Have you tried?’ series in the magazine, which puts a spotlight on different therapies practiced by FHT members.

The FHT regularly contributes to national consumer publications to promote the FHT, its members and the therapies they practice.

In the Moment is a monthly lifestyle magazine, covering wellbeing, creativity, good living and travel.

Read the full article

FHT writes five-page therapy feature for Sleep Well magazine

Sleep_cover low resWe are pleased to have recently contributed a five-page feature article to Sleep Well: The Ultimate Guide to a Good Night’s Sleep.

The article looks at five different complementary therapies that can help improve sleep—aromatherapy, massage, hypnotherapy, reiki and reflexology—and talks about how to find a therapist you can trust at fht.org.uk/findatherapist

We regularly contribute to national  consumer publications to promote the FHT, its members, the therapies they practice.

Sleep Well: The Ultimate Guide to a Good Night’s Sleep is the fourth wellbeing special created by Calm Moment, publishers of In the Moment.

Read our full article here

FHT featured in February issue of Natural Health

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We are delighted to have contributed an article for Natural Health magazine’s February issue, to promote FHT members and the therapies they practice.

In a one-page article written by the FHT, we look at rose essential oil, examining its origins and benefits.

The article is part of the ‘plant profile’ series in the magazine, which puts a spotlight on the therapeutic properties of various plants.

Read the full article