2017 FHT Training Congress: tickets are selling fast!

There is just 5 weeks left to go before the FHT will be celebrating all things holistic at the Holistic Health UK show!

Tickets for the 2017 FHT Training Congress are selling fast, with over 100 delegates already booked to attend a variety of seminars from 32 industry experts. Don’t miss your opportunity to attend.

Seminar topics include: 

  • Holistic well-being in the beauty salon
  • Dorn Method/Breuss Massage for Back and Joint Pain
  • Working with people living with and beyond cancer
  • Salon etiquette
  • Age and exercise
  • Five golden rules to increase your revenue
  • Holistic therapies to support autism
  • Ayurvedic foot massage
  • A social media strategy for your business
  • Auricular diagnosis
  • WaveStone cellulite massage
  • Reiki energy and working alongside reiki guides
  • Aromatherapy and the skin
  • All about the Emmett Technique
  • Facial acupuncture
  • Reflexology for stress,anxiety and pain
  • Manipulative therapy
  • Examination and treatment for the sacroiliac joint

And much more…

To see the full range of seminars on offer click here.

The FHT will be at stand A32 introducing our membership to attendees and selling discounted FHT shop stock. FHT therapists will also be on hand, offering treatments to guests to showcase the benefits of complementary therapy.

 

FHT Training Congress: interview with the experts

With just over seven weeks left to go, the FHT have interviewed some of the expert speakers on what they are most looking forward to at the 2017 FHT Training Congress.

Not only are our members excited about attending the 2017 FHT Training Congress, but so are the speakers! The FHT has spoken to Marketing Teacher and Business Mentor Lisa Barber, FHT Vice President Mary Dalgleish, Course Provider Martin Thirlwell and Author Rennie Gould to find out what they are most looking forward to.

What inspired you to take part in the 2017 FHT Training Congress?

Lisa Barber:

“Practitioners and therapists do such amazing work in the world. But it’s not enough that they just exist. People need to know about them. And that means marketing! But marketing your therapy business doesn’t have to mean shouting the loudest or pretending to be something or someone you aren’t. That’s why I wanted to take part – to teach people how to attract more clients and grow their businesses – without using hype or pressure to sell.”

Mary Dalgleish:

“I feel honoured to be invited to participate as a speaker at this high quality training event and look forward to sharing the secrets of ayurvedic facelift Massage and ayurvedic foot massage with therapists, students and attendees.”

Martin Thirlwell:

“I am taking part in the FHT 2017 Training Congress as I am committed to sharing and promoting the traditional reiki system. It is very important for its continuing preservation for therapists and clients to enjoy in the future, and for reiki to survive.”

Rennie Gould:

“I believe that those in the holistic health industry should have a rounded view of mind, body and soul.”

What are you most looking forward to at the 2017 FHT Training Congress?

Lisa Barber:

“Seeing the relief on people’s faces when they realise that attracting clients who happily pay their prices doesn’t have to be salesy, complicated or cost money.”

Mary Dalgleish:

“I’m looking forward to meeting up with other professionals in the field of holistic health, discovering the latest therapy trends and innovations, attending some inspirational talks and demonstrations, and taking advantage of the show’s exclusive product offers as I do some shopping!”

Martin Thirlwell:

“I am looking forward to presenting an interesting PowerPoint presentation on reiki energy and working alongside reiki guides, to both qualified practitioners and inspired students.”

Rennie Gould:

“I am looking forward to sharing the latest findings coming out of neuroscience, genetics and positive psychology and in discussing their implications for living an authentic and fulfilling life.”

Why should people attend the 2017 FHT Training Congress?

Lisa Barber:

“It’s a great opportunity to mingle and have exploratory conversations with like-minded people. Consider collaborating with practitioners who have a mission similar to yours. I don’t believe in competition. We’re all stronger together.”

Mary Dalgleish:

“It’s a wonderful opportunity to discover new therapy modalities, have some taster treatments, network with like-minded professionals, learn how to expand your business, gain CPD points and do some shopping with exclusive show discounts.”

Martin Thirlwell:

“It is very important for students who are considering becoming practitioners to have a full understanding of overall techniques. Students attending presentations will go away with a far greater knowledge and understanding.”

 

 

Lisa Barber will be hosting the ‘How to attract clients who value you’ seminar on Sunday 21 May 2017 at 10:30.

 

 

 

 

 

Mary Dalgleish will be hosting the ‘Ayurvedic facelift massage’ seminar on Sunday 21 May 2017 at 12:00

And the ‘Ayurvedic foot massage’ seminar on Monday 22 May 2017 at 12:00.

 

 

 

 

 

Martin Thirlwell will be hosting the ‘Reiki energy and working alongside Reiki guides’ seminar on Sunday 21 May 2017 at 13:35.

 

 

 

 

 

Rennie Gould will be hosting the ‘The power of the mind’ seminar on Sunday 21 May 2017 at 15:35.

And the ‘Release your wow!’ on Monday 22 May 2017 at 14:05.

 

 

Book your tickets for these seminars and more at www.fht.org.uk/congress