11 Northumberland Place, Bath, BA1 5AR

01225 466 944

Marketing your Therapy Practice

Marketing your practice June 12th

Leora Sharp – one of our excellent masseurs at NYR Bath and the designer of this website (The Webmistress) has some great ideas on how to market your practice.

Join her and John Davies (Lean Launch) as they take you on a journey of the

WHAT, WHO AND HOW of marketing your practice.

A short evening workshop to get you thinking about:

  • What you are offering and how to offer it
  • Who you could be marketing your skills to
  • How to reach and keep your ideal clients (i.e. methods of communicating with them)

Date: June 12th
Time: 7-9pm
Place: Fulcrum House, 3 Grove Road, Redland, Bristol, BS6 6UJ
Cost: £10

Book now: Places are limited, so please book your place now

This workshop is perfect for YOU; whether you are starting out or have been in practice for a while and looking to grow your client list.
Come and learn new ways to find and keep clients!

We will touch on several aspects of marketing, from the ‘customer journey’ though to social media.

This will be interactive workshop with opportunities to explore yourself and your business, understand your USP (unique selling point) and therefore your ideal client. You will leave with clear information and actions of how to move forward.

We look forward to sharing ideas and getting you thinking!

About the workshop hosts

Leora Sharp – The Webmistress – is a web designer (since 1996) AND massage practitioner (since 2007). She is therefore perfectly suited to help you as she speaks your therapeutic, holistic language and that of the internet. She understand your profession and where you are coming from.
Johh Davies – Lean Launch  is a product strategist and consultant and has run his own businesses. He has spent 13 years as Intelligence Analyst and has more than 20 years experience in sales and marketing. He has launched products and services in the UK and abroad. He works along side Gill Warren who also helps practitioners in business.

Please tell your fellow practitioners about this workshop.

Enjoy a Bounce Back Top to Toe Postnatal massage or reflexology treatment at Neal’s Yard Bath with Lizzie.



postnatal image‘Physically, Mentally and emotionally a real boost to

look forward to, for some ‘Me Time.’

•My clients have told me how great it is to have a massage

or reflexology treatment after having their baby as it helps
them to have time for themselves to relax and to tune in to how their body is feeling and recovering.

•You can enjoy your massage in the comfort of your own
home or at Neal’s Yard for no extra call out during the
postnatal period.
•Flexible treatments. Have your treatment with or without
your baby. This can be a beneficial relaxation session for
you both or some time to yourself.

‘Amazing experience! Lovely to share the session with
my baby. We were both very relaxed after the
treatment.’

Book a Bounce Back Top to Toe treatment for £45 for
75 minutes. Bounce Back Gift Vouchers available.

Ring 01225 466 944

Bounce Back Postnatal offer 

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O2 Mother’s Day Offer

Are you with O2?If you are, there is an offer on your phone for a free Power Berry Moisturiser! Please come in and redeem it ASAP as it is only available while stocks last.

NEW YEAR SALE!

The New Year Sale in Bath is on!.  Lots of small sizes and many skin-care products at 30% off. We also have a 3 for 2 offer on selected items from our best sellers in the body care range – foaming bath gels, shower gels, hand lotions and hand washes and some of the shampoos and conditioners. Limited stock so only while stocks last and all ending on January 14th!

Beauty Sleep Pamper Evening

Come to our Neal’s Yard Remedies Holistic Pamper Evening where you will experience a glorious treatment for your skin and find out more about using the wonderful, natural and effective Neal’s Yard Remedies facial product range.

Thu, 24th October, 18:30 – 21:00

Tickets are £10 and include;

·        Mini treatments with NYR Therapists

·        20% off products on the night

·        Treatment Gift Voucher

·        Goody Bag with samples of a range of our products

·        Product Advice

·        Nibbles and Juices

 

Ring 01225 466 944 to book.

 

 

The Art of the Natural Therapist by Jo Hanstead July 2013

Just about everyone can learn to play a few notes on an instrument, or draw a picture. Some will be happy with a taste, others will carry on exploring interesting techniques or creating new forms. In every expression of creativity people have differing talents and potential.

We may –

  • Have a gift, a natural, untaught ability
  • Work hard and become proficient
  • Never really get the knack
  • Combine talent and training to good effect
  • Use for business or pleasure
  • Compare with an ideal
  • Celebrate our uniqueness
  • Be driven by success, fame
  • Be entranced by the creative process
  • Become a master

As natural therapists, like other artists, we are here with our unique mix of talent and training, special or general interest. Some we meet will love what we do, others will not resonate with it. Another nice comparison is with gardening. The obvious thing about gardening is that plants grow by themselves. However egotistical a gardener, they cannot claim to be the power behind the expressions of the life force they tend. Sure, plants can be nurtured and given the right environment, and some gardeners have greener fingers than others. But the best us humans can do is allow nature to be expressed to her best advantage.

What we do as natural therapists is far more basic than say creating a beautiful work of art, or making music. People, like plants, have a life force. We simply use our talents and or skills to slightly modify the environment, which helps

  • Re-engage the self-tuning of the instrument
  • Re-engage the self-cleaning of the picture
  • Organically strengthen the plant
  • Hold a mirror up to what is

This could for example be suggesting changes to someone’s diet, or helping the body/mind release some stress, helping the system to re-align. The mirror is that many techniques are simply reflecting back to the intelligence of the system how it is, which precipitates healing.

Every healing art has a philosophy, a science and an art. The philosophy, or model, gives the parameters and framework, ideally open to appropriate change. The science allows reproducibility, improvement and street cred.

Without art, no composition would hum the inner ear of the musician, illuminate the inner eye of the artist. Without our art, we become mechanical. The fact that we work with living beings allows us, within the protecting parameters of our science and philosophy, to be creative, inspirational and in awe in our support of the process because we know that nature is doing the work.

I was never much good at painting. Musically, I have always been able to play by ear. I don’t know whether as a child I had a natural gift as a bodyworker, it was never on the family agenda. But now, this particular expression of talent/experience marvels daily at how even a minute invitation can liberate a person’s ability to rebalance and heal.

I was fortunate to train as a McTimoney chiropractor in 1985, and soon after in craniosacral therapy. It is clear having worked in this medium for many years that often less is more and what creates harmony is light and shade, sound and silence, fast and slow. McTimoney chiropractic is a light, swift intervention, craniosacral therapy is very slow. Both are gentle and subtle; inviting, not forcing the body to unravel. Doing as little as possible and letting the creative principle lead.

Everybody is an exquisite masterpiece, a symphony, a unique flower in the garden of the beloved.

Herbal Awareness Week 21 – 30th June 2013

This week we are celebrating our herbs and herbalists, Sebastian Pole and Ruth Baker as it is Herbal Medicine Week . The week is organised by the National Institute of Medical Herbalists to raise awareness of the benefits of herbal medicine.

“Many people do not realise that herbs have been used since the beginning of time to treat human ailments. It’s because of this that medical herbalists can use these age old treatments to help patients with their conditions. Whether their problems are physical or emotional, many people are amazed by how well herbs really work!”

Please come into the shop to try a cup of herbal tea and find out more about herbs.