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Degrees of interest in complementary therapy

Rosemary Pharo approaches the controversial subject of training, and while this article was published in HTM print in issue 6, it is something that is as relevant now as it was then, and so worth a read… Remember if you would like to get your hands on any HTM back issues – just CLICK HERE. How do you create excellent complementary health practitioners? Are you worried about the kind of pressures that may be exerted on practitioners in the future [...]

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Holistic Events in September

Here are some events and courses for you to attend during the month of September: September 5th: Spa Foot Therapy offers a full day’s training in the art of pedicure and foot therapy, the course includes:Relevant anatomy & physiology, Health and safety, contraindications and contra-actions, Referral to medical professionals, Equipment and products required, Suppliers list for salon essentials and all the hand and nailcare used on the course, Basic and deluxe pedicure procedure, A choice of finishing treatments – polish, buffing or special care, Mini Pamper Treatments – [...]

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HTM’s Business Clinic at camexpo

Holistic Therapist Magazine has been a platform and source of advice for therapist since January 2012 now, and our most important purpose is to make business subjects easily understood and accessible to you – the practitioner – our reader – so that you can continue working your magic in the Holistic industry. We have always supported the camexpo, and are proud to announce that we have partnered up with them this year to bring to you the brand new Business [...]

Industry news


Industry trends show that clients and therapists alike are increasingly looking for skin-care products and treatments that are ethically-sourced, cruelty-free, no animal products/testing and naturally derived. It’s vital however that they are ultimately results-driven and affordable! Combine such an award-winning skin care range and patented facial treatment with acquiring industry approval, membership and/or insurance as a Professional, Ethical Practitioner (PEP). PEP is a brand new, professional UK membership body offering a refreshing alternative to conveyor-belt training, enormous class sizes and [...]