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Move your business forward: a case study

By Sarah Bryan, MTI member

Sarah Bryan

I have been in clinical practice for seven years and I love what I do. However, a year ago, I was almost at the point of giving up. Despite my passion, skills and bundle of qualifications, I was losing more money than I was making, in a desperate attempt to try and create a viable business. I knew that, if I had not found a viable solution by the end of 2018, I would have to throw in the towel, after six and a half years of trying and failing to make things work. Does this sound familiar? If so, read on!

2019 Conference Reviews

MTI conference 2019

Two reviews of our annual conference that took place on 11 May in Bristol. One from Wendy Shreeve, a member from the East Anglia region and the other from our Chairperson Earle Abrahamson.

Worth the Wait: MTI Conference 2019

By Wendy Shreeve

I was driving on the M4 towards Bristol on the day before the conference, the traffic was snarled up and I felt tired and hungry – was it really worth all this travelling for one day? Well, the answer turned out to be a resounding YES....

Meet the regional teams

Find out more about our new regional team members Heather Newson from the West Country and Lisa Goodwin in the South West.

Connecting Traditional Medicine with Complementary Therapies

A Review of the Integrative Heath Convention

By Earle Abrahamson, MTI Chair

Gerry Andrews, Earle Abrahamson, Jennie Parke Matheson

Gerry Andrews (MTI member) and myself (we are pictured here with MTI Tutor Jennie Parke Matheson), presented at the inaugural Integrative Health Convention on the 13/14 October in London. The convention was organised by Dr Toh Wong and Dr Naveed Akhtar, both of whom are medical practitioners who share a vision for the inclusion of complementary medicine into traditional healthcare practices.

Judging the National Massage Championships: safeguarding standards and embracing diversity

By Earle Abrahamson, MTI Chair

National Massage Championships 1

I was recently asked to judge the National Massage Championships at London Olympia, the inaugural event of this kind in the UK.

When approached to serve as a judge I was sceptical about expectations, standards and the purpose of such a championship.

After meeting my fellow judges, it was refreshing to learn that we all share the same views and that each one of us is passionate about promoting massage therapy and raising standards across different genres and disciplines in massage and bodywork.

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