Yoga Therapy in a clinical setting by Yasmin Zaman

9th October 2019 | Blog

Yasmin Zaman, CNHC Yoga therapist, writes about the benefits of delivering yoga in a clinical setting...

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Be a champion in your area, your profession and a champion in your own right by Matt and Kirsty Grogan

17th September 2019 | Blog

Matt and Kirsty Grogan, CNHC registrants, writes about the importance of being a local champion...

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When words fail, touch really matters by Raj Verdi, CNHC Registrant and Massage Therapist

13th August 2019 | Blog

Raj Verdi, CNHC registered massage therapist writes about volunteering with Paul's Cancer Support...

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Complementary therapy service and social prescribing pilot programme funded by Kensington & Chelsea CCG By Teresa Meekings

12th August 2019 | Blog

Teresa Meekings, CNHC registered for three different disciplines, writes about the complementary therapy service she has piloted which is funded by Kensington and Chelsea CCG ...

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Gaining international recognition for Massage Therapy by Earle Abrahamson

27th June 2019 | Blog

Earle Abrahamson, CNHC registered Massage Therapist and Massage Therapy PSB member, writes about Gaining international recognition for Massage Therapy...

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Getting Comfortable with Boundaries as a Therapist by Katherine Creighton Crook

23rd May 2019 | Blog

Katherine Creighton Crook, CNHC registered Massage Therapist and CNHC Local Champion, writes about getting Comfortable with Boundaries as a Therapist...

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Meditation Retreat: is it worth it? by Ignaty Dyakov

24th April 2019 | Blog

Ignaty Dyakov, CNHC registered Reiki practitioner and CNHC Local Champion writes about his experience on a Meditation Retreat...

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Participating in research is easier than you may think by Ruth Farrow

21st March 2019 | Blog

Ruth Farrow, CNHC registered Hypnotherapist writes about participating in research...

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My journey to becoming a Hypnotherapist by Georgia Riley

20th February 2019 | Blog

Georgia Riley, CNHC registered Hypnotherapist and CNHC Local Champion writes about her journey to becoming a Hypnotherapist...

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The role of Complementary Therapists in a Cancer Unit by Jonathan Sarson

23rd January 2019 | Blog

Jonathan Sarson, CNHC registered Reflexologist, Massage Therapist and Aromatherapist discusses the role of Complementary Therapists on the Cancer Unit of two hospitals in North Wales...

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