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    Issue 35 – Jul/Aug/Sep 2020

    Well, here we are at the start of a new decade. It’s a time when everything around us seems to mired in confusion, disinformation and negativity. We have ecological disasters, politicians from every party who serve only themselves, business uncertainty, precarious democracies, rising levels of violence, unwarranted entitlement and social divisiveness. It’s not really how we want the world to be. So how are we to cope with this increasingly dystopian environment? Are we just to sit back and accept that the world is a pretty grim place for most people? No. I don’t think so. Most holistic therapists I know trained and set up their businesses because they wanted to help other people enjoy better health and a better quality of life, because they cared. Really, cared about people and the planet and felt part of a bigger picture –a planet-wide ecosystem that was accepting of different values and beliefs. What we need is to find a kinder way of living and being.

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    Issue 34 – April/May/June 2020

    Well, here we are at the start of a new decade. It’s a time when everything around us seems to mired in confusion, disinformation and negativity. We have ecological disasters, politicians from every party who serve only themselves, business uncertainty, precarious democracies, rising levels of violence, unwarranted entitlement and social divisiveness. It’s not really how we want the world to be. So how are we to cope with this increasingly dystopian environment? Are we just to sit back and accept that the world is a pretty grim place for most people? No. I don’t think so. Most holistic therapists I know trained and set up their businesses because they wanted to help other people enjoy better health and a better quality of life, because they cared. Really, cared about people and the planet and felt part of a bigger picture –a planet-wide ecosystem that was accepting of different values and beliefs. What we need is to find a kinder way of living and being.

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    Issue 33 – Jan/Feb/March 2020

    Well, here we are at the start of a new decade. It’s a time when everything around us seems to mired in confusion, disinformation and negativity. We have ecological disasters, politicians from every party who serve only themselves, business uncertainty, precarious democracies, rising levels of violence, unwarranted entitlement and social divisiveness. It’s not really how we want the world to be. So how are we to cope with this increasingly dystopian environment? Are we just to sit back and accept that the world is a pretty grim place for most people? No. I don’t think so. Most holistic therapists I know trained and set up their businesses because they wanted to help other people enjoy better health and a better quality of life, because they cared. Really, cared about people and the planet and felt part of a bigger picture –a planet-wide ecosystem that was accepting of different values and beliefs. What we need is to find a kinder way of living and being.

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    Issue 32 – Oct/Nov/Dec 2019

    In a world that seems like an insane infant satirist is in charge, burning the rainforests, filling the oceans with micro-plastics, escalating the planet’s temperature and creating ever more extreme weather events, it’s easy to feel a bit overwhelmed and negative about the decade ahead.

    Add in the uncertainties of the political brinksmanship of Brexit, empty town centres and the emergence of some virulent attacks which misrepresent some areas of holistic therapy, and there’s a danger we just allow ourselves to be swept along by events.

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    Issue 31 – Jul/ Aug/ Sept 2019

    Sometimes we treat our businesses as if they were static entities. We set them up, deliver our services and keep on doing so, week in and week out. After a while, things stagnate. That’s not to say that we don’t find them fulfilling or fun, but it can also mean that we’ve stopped progressing or fail to reach our potential. There’s a danger that we can get so settled in particular ways of doing things that we forget to look beyond our immediate sphere and see what’s going on in the market as a whole.

    That’s why this issue is packed with new ideas for revitalising your business, so you can live the life you want.

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    Issue 30 – Apr/May/Jun 2019

    I can hardly believe that it’s 2019 already. We’re almost a fifth of the way through this century despite the fact that it seems to have started about 15 minutes ago. I’d love to say that everything is rosy, but 2019 looks like being a challenging year for many of us.

    As I’m writing this in early December, Brexit appears to be unravelling and it’s unclear what the eventual impact or outcome will be. Scaremongering is rife, with tabloid features on potential shortages of medicines and food supplies. While some of these are trivial – the world will not end if we can’t find quinoa for a few weeks – others may have an impact on holistic therapists. It’s time to review where your supplies come from and if any might be jeopardised. We’ve tried to provide an indication of where a little prudent forward planning may pay off.

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    Issue 29 – Jan/Feb/Mar 2019

    I can hardly believe that it’s 2019 already. We’re almost a fifth of the way through this century despite the fact that it seems to have started about 15 minutes ago. I’d love to say that everything is rosy, but 2019 looks like being a challenging year for many of us.

    As I’m writing this in early December, Brexit appears to be unravelling and it’s unclear what the eventual impact or outcome will be. Scaremongering is rife, with tabloid features on potential shortages of medicines and food supplies. While some of these are trivial – the world will not end if we can’t find quinoa for a few weeks – others may have an impact on holistic therapists. It’s time to review where your supplies come from and if any might be jeopardised. We’ve tried to provide an indication of where a little prudent forward planning may pay off.

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    Issue 28 – Oct/Nov/Dec 2018

    Someone asked me the other day when I was first introduced to holistic health and wellbeing. I had to think a bit, because my family weren’t the type of people who went to spas, meditated or practiced the Alexander Technique. After a few moments, I realised that I had actually been introduced to several holistic ideas before I even started school.

    I remember being stung by a nettle and my aunt showing me how to find a dock leaf and how to use it to relieve pain. A few years later, I can recollect her explaining that about half our family had a very high pain threshold and could think pain away. She taught me to mentally travel down my veins or arteries and visualise the pain disappearing. In retrospect, I think she also knew a fair amount of child psychology, but it’s still a technique I use today.

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    Issue 27 – Jul/ Aug/ Sept 2018

    It’s very rarely I find myself annoyed, but the other day when reading a blog entry from a GP on a medical magazine’s website, I found myself using several words that would disappoint my mother. This doctor had a patient with terminal bowel cancer, who had been transferred to a hospice. The hospice’s therapy co-ordinator had written for his approval to provide his patient with reflexology during their final few weeks. His response combined ignorance, smugness and a stunning lack of compassion. It also provided me with a timely reminder of the problem that holistic therapists face from some members of the medical fraternity.

     

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    Issue 26 – Apr/ May/ Jun 2018

    Welcome to the spring issue of Holistic Therapist Magazine. One of my favourite things about creating the magazine is how each issue evolves and changes shape from our starting point coming up with themes and concepts, working out what should go into the magazine, all the way through to when it goes to the printers and eventually drops through your letterbox.

    When we started this issue, the underlying theme was Flourish, but it turned out to be about something much more than that. Yes, we have some brilliant articles, sound advice and new ideas to help you build your business and make the most of your life. Yes, we have the latest research and guidance from some of the leading practicioners and experts available. Yes, we have personal insights, new products and some interesting reading, but we have so much more than that.

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    Issue 25 – Jan/Feb/March

    Welcome to our first issue of 2018!

    Last year was quite a strange and depressing year for many people, with worrying global geo-politics, economic uncertainty, rife high profile sexual harassment and a series of natural and man-made disasters. Undoubtedly, this has an impact on our collective health and well-being, but we need to look forward to a brighter personal and professional future. Our destiny is in our own hands.

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    Issue 24 – Oct/Nov/Dec 2017

    We need to stop being so hard on ourselves and start to enjoy what we have made. As usual, we’re here to help you do just that. We’ve got some great advice from some of the industry’s best regarded experts, an in depth guide to getting your web marketing right, a sprinkling of ways to help you build a better business and get more out of your life. From gratitude to starting your own line of products, to the latest research and the latest recipes, from disappearing clients to discovering how to sell yourself, we’re here to support, guide and share with you.

    You help your clients be better, healthier, happier versions of themselves. We’re here to help you do the same, in business and in life.

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    Issue 23 – Jul/Aug/Sep 2017

    We need to stop being so hard on ourselves and start to enjoy what we have made. As usual, we’re here to help you do just that. We’ve got some great advice from some of the industry’s best regarded experts, an in depth guide to getting your web marketing right, a sprinkling of ways to help you build a better business and get more out of your life. From gratitude to starting your own line of products, to the latest research and the latest recipes, from disappearing clients to discovering how to sell yourself, we’re here to support, guide and share with you.

    You help your clients be better, healthier, happier versions of themselves. We’re here to help you do the same, in business and in life.

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    Issue 22 – Apr/May/Jun 2017

    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.
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    Issue 21 – Jan/Feb/Mar 2017

    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.
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    Issue 20 – Oct/Nov/Dec 2016

    By following the guidance from our experts, your business could be refreshed and reinvigorated,
    ready to make the most of January’s influx of new customers with freshly made resolutions and
    a determination to improve their health. Autumn is a great time to try something new – sign
    up for a course, think about what you want from your life and work and just plan ahead for a
    brighter future.
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    Issue 19 – Jul/Aug/Sep 2016

    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.

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    Issue 18 – Apr/May/Jun 2016

    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.

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    Issue 17 – Jan/Feb/Mar 2016

    Expand your horizons for 2016!

    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
    winter food.
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    Issue 16 – Oct/Nov/Dec 2015

    Check out how to sell globally from your front room, how to guide your clients to the right therapy and help you choose the right online course for you and your business. Mark Shields helps you boost your confidence and Karen McDonald gives you all the feng shui advice for your therapy room to heighten your success!

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    Issue 15 – July/Aug/Sep 2015

    Need to discover the secret of attracting in the training quality clients then look no further than issue 15! This issue also includes how to know if the price is right, how to deal with setting up online products and to make it a successful business. Plus Claire Squire shows you how to deal with those dreaded complaints. On the lighter side Julie silvers shares her approach to mindful eating and Joanne Ross continues her exploration of metaheath!

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    Issue 14 – Apr/May/Jun 2015

    Issue 14 special guest Roxy Shahidi explains about eating well and yoga. Our business features include legal advice on employing a team from Fiona Martin of Martin Seale Solicitors whilst LJ helps you to understand it’s okay to say no. Jane Sheehan advises to how to get to grips with understanding cash flows and John Lant, chair of CNHC advises on CPD and have to keep your skills up-to-date with out spending ££££’s

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    Issue 13 – Jan/Feb/Mar 2015

    NEW YEAR new you… Learn how to declutter your home and you life! Lost your mojo? We show you how to get it back! Great advice on how to create news, and blogging for the best success. Have you ever wanted to work in the NHS? This is the issue to read.

    Sorry, physical copies are out of stock.

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    Issue 12 – Oct/Nov/Dec 2014

    Issue twelve. More pages, thicker paper and a spine. This issue is the start of good this to come. Packed with articles on how to increase your revenue, creating great PR, learning how to receive, and 12 easy steps to Build your client list, issue 12 is a great motivational read.

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    Issue 11 – Jul/Aug/Sep 2014

    LET YOURSELF SHINE. In issue 11 we show you how to forge a future in CAM. Learn the art of communication, CPD for continued success, and how to create great PR. With great article for you and your health and engaging case studies, issue 11 is another classic for your collection

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    Issue 10 – Apr/May/Jun 2014

    Spring forward in business. Would you like to know how to attract clients, or find the right people to build your business. Learn some easter business promo tips and let us show you how to embrace and initiate change.

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    Issue 09 – Jan/Feb/Mar 2014

    New year new start is the topic for issue 9. We take a look at how to use the Chinese New Year to boost business! How to begin in business and stay in business, how to make powerful life changes, and how to refresh your business for success. That’s just some of the articles in this much sort after issue.

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    Issue 08 – Oct/Nov/Dec 2013

    With its stunning cover issue 8 looks at ‘how to invest in success’, how to go with the yoga flow, and gives you ten tip tips on motivation at work. Be inspired by business case studies, learn about winter warming and many other fantastic articles.

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    Issue 07 – Jul/Aug/Sept 2013

    BE PROFESSIONAL is the theme in issue 7. Learn all about LinkedIn, some great advice on Advertising, and we will give you the top ten tips on how to get your head around search engine optimisation. Another great issue to add to you collection.

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    Issue 06 – Apr/May/Jun 2013

    Ever fancied combating the blues and injecting some colour into your life? We show you how! Also David Balen teaches us the ABC of money management. We will take a look at FENG SHUI and take a dealer look behind Sandy Newbiggings book ‘Heal the hidden cause

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    Issue 05 – Jan/Feb/Mar 2013

    This water special covers topics like ‘it’s raining clients’, ‘Elen Rivas makes a splash’, ‘surf the web’, and ‘maybe baby with Dr Marilyn Glenville. Packed with great features for you, your health and your business.

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    Issue 04 – Oct/Nov/Dec 2012

    This is the season to be jolly so let’s say NO to stress with a little help from Hazel Bate.  This issue covers the importance of relationships with top tips on building client relationships, Jane Sheehan talks about the importance of client rapport and pitch your products with Max McMurdo who shares his knowledge from his time on BBC’s Dragon’s Den!

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    Issue 03 – July/Aug/Sep 2012

    Our spa and sport special and in honour of our nation hosting the Olympics 2012! This issue Olympic triathlete Vanessa Raw talks mind-power and painting.  Our experts cover subjects on getting clued up on CPD, social media and tips on balancing work and home!

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    Issue 02 – Apr/May/Jun 2012

    Be self Confident! Take your business to the next level.  This issue covers branding your business and tips on being self-employed from the people who know! Mark Shields and Jane Sheehan explain the best way to set up your practice including being a sole trader. Business advice continues with features on legislation, insurance, tax and accountancy.  This is a must read issue for any practitioner starting or continuing their journey to a successful business!

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    Issue 01 – Jan/Feb/Mar 2012

    This is where it all started the first Holistic Therapist Magazine to help Holistic professionals succeed in their passions! This issue Jane Nead tells you how to save money on DIY PR and Ara Lee on making marketing simple along with 10 top ways to advertise for FREE!

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