Author Archives: Gill Tree

May you have a great month!

I hope May has started out as an inspiring month for you. I set myself the goal of launching my new business this month by organising a webinar on stress management for adoptive parents. Have you ever had that feeling of absolute knowing that something is right for you? Sometimes when we are in that […]

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Massage on the NHS -one step closer

The Manifesto is beginning to gather momentum and I got a huge injection of energy when on Friday I met with my local MP, who is going to write a letter to the Minister for Health Jeremy Hunt, to help get massage therapy on the NHS onto the political agenda. Funding within the NHS has […]

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One month since National Massage Day

It is a month ago today that we were in London to launch the National Massage Day.  When we conceptualised the campaign in January, we couldn’t have hoped for a better outcome.  The sun shone, the people came, and we took a conga line of supporters across the bridge to demonstrate our mission to have […]

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National Massage Day Friday 16th May 14

Wow, I am going great guns with my manifesto with some amazing support from my team, PR agent Liz Harwood and now endorsement from: The Federation of Holistic Therapists, Massage in Schools Association and Back Care. Dr Adam Al Kashi is fully supportive of the campaign and it its great to have a research scientist […]

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Massage and it’s benefits for people with cancer

As massage therapists most of us have been taught on our massage course that cancer is a contra-indication to massage ande something to be fearful of. In the UK Cancer is on the rise, the BBC reported that “The number of people in the UK who will get cancer during their lifetime will increase to […]

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