We’re pleased to announce our latest press contribution! You can catch us in In The Moment magazine.
In The Moment is a beautiful, practical lifestyle magazine for the modern-thinking creative woman. Enjoy practical creative projects, positive features and stories to inspire, adventures near and far for a healthy body and mind, and ideas embracing every aspect of women’s lives: friends, family, self, work, rest and play!
And in the November issue, which is out today, readers will find an introduction to reflexology and our very own Helen and Alison promoting the FHT’s Complementary Healthcare Therapist Register through our ‘My therapist helps me…’ campaign.
Find out more about our Accredited Register here, and read our reflexology feature here.
The FHT has produced the above social media advert for you to promote your therapy practice this Christmas. Simply post it on your social media platforms, along with your contact details. Adverts can also be printed at postcard size – just click to full size, then print.
Looking for other social media adverts to promote your therapies? Leave your suggestions below.
The October issue of FHT Member News is out today. Take a peek at what’s inside…
Member News features the latest therapy updates, job and training opportunities, as well as information about your membership.
In this month’s issue:
Members, be sure to check your inbox this evening for your copy.
If you’re not a member and would like to receive our updates…
Find out more about joining the FHT – the largest professional association for therapists in the UK and Ireland. Visit fht.org.uk/join-us or call 023 8062 4350 today.
The FHT was delighted to attend the College of Medicine’s annual conference this September, which saw the premiere of Food for Thought, a news and current affairs style programme the College has produced in partnership with ITN Productions. Read more below.
Social prescribing may have the capability of improving the health and daily lives of individuals and of communities across the country, particularly in areas of high deprivation where feelings of isolation are common. ‘Food for thought’ explores mainstream approaches to diet, looking at the dietary supplement industry for example, where 1 in 3 people buy supplements regularly, the programme reviews the vast range of minerals available in the marketplace. The piece demonstrates how the food we put on our plate could contribute to preventative medicine and maintain health and wellbeing.
Hosted by Natasha Kaplinsky, the programme explores the benefits of social prescribing, an alternative approach to healthcare.
Find out more and watch Food for Thought
We’re wrapping up preparations for Olympia Beauty this weekend, and are really excited about exhibiting there!
In addition to our stand, we’re also sponsoring the Nutrition & Wellbeing Live stage. Launched in 2016, the stage was a huge success, supporting the growing trend for beauty from within. This year, offerings are being doubled with both a demonstration stage and a business stage, making sure there’s something for everyone.
Make sure you come and see us at stand D128, right next to the Nutrition & Wellbeing Live stage, grab a goody bag, and enter to win our fabulous prize draw. You can register for your free show entry by clicking here.
Not an FHT member? Olympia Beauty is the place to be. We’re offering 15% off our membership and insurance if you join at the show!
The FHT was delighted to be given the opportunity to support Natural Health magazine’s Complementary Therapies Special – The Ultimate Guide to Natural Healing – in the September issue. The special includes a page devoted to what complementary therapy is, what to look for in a therapist and what to expect from a treatment. It also highlighted the importance of the FHT’s Accredited Register, independently approved by the Professional Standards Authority, and directs readers to search for an FHT member at fht.org.uk/findatherapist
In addition, the FHT Governing Council supplied expert advice to readers about therapies for specific conditions. FHT President Paul Battersby supplied guidance on acupuncture and massage for back pain, FHT Vice President Mary Dalgleish covered aromatherapy and reflexology for the menopause, FHT Vice President Christopher Byrne looked at Amno Fu and acupuncture for gut and digestion issues, and Maria Mason offered advice on Indian head massage for stress and anxiety.
Read the full Complementary Therapy Special here.
FHT Vice President, Christopher Byrne, looks at ways to preserve and boost your energy in the latest issue of Holistic Therapist Magazine.
Some of his tips include:
And lots more! You can read the full article here.