You’ll find advice for new therapists, taking your business on tour, earning money from online consultancy and useful case studies on starting a training school, distributing products, working out who your most profitable tribe of clients are, habits of effect therapists, how to move out of your comfort zone, ScarWork techniques and starting to work for yourself. See what’s happening in the world of medical herbalism or get more involved with the CNHC. Try our questionnaire exercises, looking back over the past to help you plot your future, explore the latest books and the latest research.
Don’t miss our interviews with the winners of the inaugural Holistic Business A
wards and the inspirational Angela Wells of Hope’s Garden. Learn how to let go of emotional baggage with Sarah Williams and Gary Foster, find out about essential oils, or relax with some Thai Treats or feel good
Let’s leave the last word to Elbert Hubbard, who wrote, “He has achieved success who has worked well, laughed often, and loved much,” at Holistic Therapist Magazine, we’re here to help you do all that and a bit more.
Holistic businesses often follow this seasonal pattern, ebbing and flowing throughout the year. Clients re-emerge once their credit cards have recovered from the festive season and they look ahead to brighter days and better health. Now’s the time to think about your business, what it means to you and how you can fulfil your potential.
Einstein had the right idea when he said, “Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving”. So that’s our theme for this issue. Find your balance. Keep moving. And don’t forget to take some time to enjoy all that life offers.
Most of us will make resolutions at this time of year, promising ourselves that we’ll be better, fitter, healthier, happier people, have better relationships and build our businesses; all while looking like supermodels, being kind and living a meaningful life. We put ourselves under pressure, set unrealistic goals and then beat ourselves up when we inevitably fail. Most dieters fall by the wayside by January 8th, while gyms are a lot emptier at the end of January than the start.