FHT Vice President pens article for Massage World

Massage WorldFHT Vice President, Mary Dalgleish, has recently written an article for issue 101 of Massage World magazine.

We regularly contribute to national publications to raise awareness of our members and the FHT Complementary Healthcare Therapist Register, accredited by the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care, a body accountable to Parliament.

In her article, Mary talks about Ayurvedic kansa wand facelift massage, providing an introduction to the therapy and its benefits.

Read Mary’s article

FHT features in September issue of In the Moment

ITM Seated acupressure Sept18_Page_1.jpgThe FHT regularly contributes to national  consumer publications to promote the FHT, its members and the therapies they practice.

This month we provided a full-page article on seated acupressure massage for In the Moment magazine.

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

In its September issue (#16) we discuss the origins of seated acupressure massage, what a treatment would typically involve, as well as five key benefits of the therapy.

Read the full article

FHT highlights the benefits of complementary therapies in consumer magazines

ITM014_cover_uk_low resThe FHT regularly contributes to national consumer publications to promote the FHT, its members and the therapies they practice.

FHT Editor and Communications Manager, Karen Young, recently provided a full-page article on Ayurvedic massage for In the Moment magazine’s ‘Have you tried’ regular feature.

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

In its July issue (#14) Karen discusses the origins of Ayurvedic massage, what a treatment would typically involve, as well as five key benefits of the therapy.

FHT Vice President Mary Dalgleish was also promoting therapies in print recently, contributing to Health & Wellbeing magazine with an article on acupressure.

Mary provides an introduction to the therapy and recommends some self-care techniques that readers can try at home to help with every day niggles.

Read the full article in In the Moment

Read the full article in Health & Wellbeing magazine

FHT member interviewed for the Dungannon Herald

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FHT member, Jackie Grimley, has recently been featured in the Dungannon Herald as the subject of ‘The Big Interview’.

Jackie told journalist Annmay McNally about her career journey, her recent Families First Northern Ireland Healthcare Provider Award win, and how helping other people is central to her role as a complementary therapist.

Jackie’s commitment to helping others also extends to fellow therapists, as she is the South Tyrone FHT Local Support Group Coordinator. Speaking about this role, Jackie told the Dungannon Herald:

‘Since the group started I have arranged monthly meetings where we have heard from speakers like Josephine Gallagher (Angel Sanctuary), Dr Aileen O’Kane (All illness begins in the gut) and Trudy Arthurs to name a few.

‘These meetings have proved to be a popular and light-hearted way to connect, learn and share with local therapists.

‘It has been rewarding for me, as it provides a platform for therapists to discuss any concerns they may have, and helps spread the word on what is happening in the world of holistic therapies.

‘My aim for these meetings is to help take away that fear of loneliness as it is my belief that together we really are stronger and have a lot to offer.’

Read Jackie’s full interview in the Dungannon Herald

Find out more about FHT Local Support Groups

FHT features in May issue of In the Moment magazine

In the Moment - MayThe FHT regularly contributes to national consumer publications to promote the FHT, its members and the therapies they practice.

This month, FHT Editor and Communications Manager, Karen Young, provides a full-page article on Indian head massage (IHM) for In the Moment magazine.

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

In its May issue (#12) Karen discusses the origins of IHM, what a treatment would typically involve, as well as five key benefits of the therapy.

Read the full article