FHT TRAINING CONGRESS

This two-day event will feature a range of expert speakers educating you on various topics, from therapy-specific modalities to general business advice, all of which will gain you one point to count towards your continuing professional development (CPD).

With 30 CPD sessions for you to choose from, don't miss the opportunity to learn new skills and grow your business.

CLICK HERE to Book Individual Seminars (£12 for FHT members / £15 for non-members)
CLICK HERE to Book a Day Pass (£50 for FHT members / £65 for non-members)




Timetables:

Sunday 19th May

Room 1Room 2Room 3
9:30 - 10:30Diagnostic techniques in Ayurveda to help support your practice with Dr Deepa ApteInforming treatment: auricular reading and response with Anna VenablesFive main reason why therapists don't get referrals from GPs and the medical profession with Dr Toh Wong
11:00 - 12:00Pain in cancer survivors with Dr Carol SamuelAnkle ligament rehab journey with Rocktape's Mike GriceBoost your therapy with brainwave music with John Bram Levine
13:00 - 14:00Five key tips for working with those living with dementia with Tania PlahayInstrument-assisted massage for low back pain with Rocktape's Mike GriceGet more clients now! with Chris and Karane Lambert-Gorwyn
14:30 - 15:30The role of complementary therapists within the NHS with Julie CrossmanMELTing connective tissue: a missing link in resolving chronic pain? with Monica HalperWhy should therapists learn about scars? with Emma Holly
16:00 - 17:00How the mind works with the Hudson Mind Theory - Body Mind Workers with Nic WoodSacroiliac joint dysfunction - assessment and treatment for massage therapists with Jing's Rachel Fairweather and Meghan MariEight ways to raise your local profile (online and offline) with Jill Woods



Monday 20th May

Room 1Room 2Room 3
9:30 - 10:30Reflexology and the Functional Reflex Therapy Framework with Lorraine SeniorGuided meditation - experience the power to transform with Anna-Louise HaighBlogging for business with Lisa Slater
11:00 - 12:00Aromatherapy for arthritis and rheumatism with TEACH Therapy's Kate MullissPosture: does it matter and can it be corrected? with Jane JohnsonAchieving results with peels with Dermalogica's Candice Gardner
13:00 - 14:00Thai yoga massage: how to provide a deeper massage with less effort with Kathryn EllisTrigger points for beginners with Jane JohnsonMaking more money - the heart centred way with Chris and Karane Lambert-Gorwyn
14:30 - 15:30Adapting massage for clients at risk of lymphoedema, DVT and bone metastases with Maureen BonnerIntegration of dry cupping within sports and massage therapy with Dawn MorseProducing a winning brand with Valerie Delforge
16:00 - 17:00Social enterprise - improving community wellbeing with Shirley O'Donoghue
Myofascial release for fibromyalgia and other chronic pain conditions with Jing's Rachel Fairweather and Meghan MariAttract new customers with your digital communication strategy with Valerie Delforge

To find out more, visit: fht.org.uk/congress

Britain's Premier Complementary Therapy Show Returns

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Every year, Birmingham welcomes thousands of therapy professionals to Holistic Health held at the NEC in May. Visitors not only have the opportunity to see the latest seasonal therapy launches but also enjoy free educational experiences.

Holistic Health 2019 will again host the ever-popular Chill Out Zone, offering taster treatments to visitors whilst raising money for a therapy based charity.

Join us at Holistic Health by registering for your free tickets either online or by calling the Ticket Hotline (24/7) on 01332 227 698.

Opening Times:

Sunday 19th May 2019 10:00am - 5:30pm

Monday 20th May 2019 10:00am - 4:30pm

Location:

Halls 17, 18 & 19, The National Exhibition Centre (NEC), Birmingham B40 1NT

Event Admission Policy:

Entrance to Holistic Health is strictly trade only. Free entry is available to visitors who register before the show, and who bring their free tickets with them. Entrance on the day is priced at £20 per person / £10 per student. There is a strict policy that babies and children under the age of 14 years will be refused admission - no prams or pushchairs are allowed. Please note there are no crèche facilities available onsite. The event organiser reserves the right to refuse admission. For more information please call 01332 227 698.