Marketing Day - Saturday 18th May
This year the Marketing Day is being held in Glasgow.
This is an event NOT to be missed. CAP code issues leaves us with very little option regarding how we advertise ourselves and this workshop will look at how we can overcome the restrictions put upon our practice. It will be a very practical workshop and there will be plenty time for Q&As and time to network with colleagues familiar and new.
For full details click here or contact me on the details below.
Hope to see you there!
External Marketing and Journal
Direct line: 07786 103 433
Annual Congress 2013
Theme: ‘The Client / Practitioner Relationship’
Fri 20 Sep 3:30 pm - Sun 22 Sep 4:00 pm
Hebron Hall, Cross Common Rd, Dinas Powys, Vale of Glamorgan CF64 4YB.
An event not to be missed! A weekend of sharing and networking with shiatsu friends in stunning Wales at a beautiful venue overlooking Barry Island. Lots of workshops, good food, qigong, welsh culture, swimming, dancing, singing, and Shiatsu swaps. All welcome, members and shiatsu friends.
See booking form for prices.
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