St Austell local group

At Cornwall College we are passionate about being able to support our learners on their journey even when they have left us, because of this we are setting up a local support group for complementary therapists. This is open to all from newly qualified to experienced therapists who would like to meet in a supportive environment, share knowledge through guest speakers and gain CPD points. This group is supported by the FHT – Federation of Holistic Therapists who are a professional organisation.

Meetings and events

Date: 16 February 2022
Time: 18.00 to 20.30
Venue: Cornwall College, John Keay House, Tregonissey Rd, Saint Austell PL25 4DJ
Topic: The Foot Reading Coach - Jane Sheehan

Jane teaches foot reading internationally. She was a finalist in the category of Tutor of the Year at the FHT Excellence Awards and has designed and launched an e-learning workshop on foot reading. No stranger to winning awards, she was, in 2010, awarded honorary membership status with both the Association of Reflexologists and Professional Reflexology in recognition of her significant contribution to the field of reflexology.

Jane has been a reflexologist since 1999 and has written several books. She built a thriving reflexology practice in Buckingham and became known internationally as the UK’s leading foot reader. She has toured the UK, USA, UAE, Australia, Ireland and France, spreading the word about foot reading and reflexology. In 2016 she moved to Scarisbrick in Lancashire where she set up two reflexology clinics offering foot reflexology, face reflexology, foot reading and Emmett Technique.

Please book your place by registering here and you can pay on the door on the night.

Date: 25 May 2022
Time: 18.00 to 20.30
Venue: Cornwall College, J340, John Keay House, Tregonissey Rd, Saint Austell PL25 4DJ
Topic: Staying healthy while the medical system is re-booted

Guest speakers will be Sunita Passi from TriDosha:

Staying healthy while the medical system is re-booted

Award-winning entrepreneur, founder Tri-Dosha, TEDx speaker, journalist and broadcaster Sunita Passi demystifies the practice of Ayurveda discussing her new book, showing how the teachings and practices of this 5,000-year-old Indian healing system can be accessible to all.

Offering an accessible entrée into the 5,000-year-old world of the Indian healing system of Ayurveda

Entry fee: FHT Members £5 and non-members £8

Coordinator

Sally Marlow
T. 01726 226729 ext 2729
E. sally.marlow@st-austell.ac.uk