Holistic Therapist Magazine Launches

So we are finally here… the very first issue of Holistic Therapist Magazine has gone to print and is in the process of distribution to working, and studying therapists, and holistic professionals.  The Industry’s No.1 Business Guide offers business content, as well as news and features especially for you and your health. Issue 1 includes how to advertise without splashing the cash, how to do your own PR, how to set up a Face book business page, case studies from [...]

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Issue 1 Editor Pix – My Verdict

Each issue I choose three products to be tried and tested by three professional judges.  Tracey Woodward and Karen Watkins are the two regular expert judges and then we invite a practicing therapist to join the panel, so Marion Taylor also tried the products.  You can read their opinions and star ratings on Editor Pix page 44 of Issue 1. I also tried the same products, and here is my verdict on each: Spiezia Organic Cleanser:  I love this cleanser – [...]

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Foot Reading

Editor’s full Foot Reading  Baring My Sole (the full un-edited version) Hello there, I’m Jordan – the editor of Holistic Therapist Magazine.  In the very first issue of the mag, I expose my rather unattractive feet so they can be analysed by foot reading expert Jane Sheehan Here is the full reading, with my thoughts too… Jane Says:  Based on the width of the right foot being wider than the left, you are very hard working but not working as hard as you [...]

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Repeat Business

Holistic Therapist Magazine has a regular news article on ways that you can gain repeat business as a practicing professional.  Here are a few extras that are not included in Issue 1, but that are perfect for the first few months of the year to encourage your customers to keep coming back…  In January share vouchers: This can be anything from a free treatment bolted on to a paid treatment, to discount off a course of treatments.  Most people find [...]

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Professional Phoner

When it comes to running your own business it is inevitably that you will have to speak lots on the telephone, whether calling clients or colleagues or answering calls for bookings.  You are not always going to feel like talking to people, however it is vital that the person on the other end of the phone feels that your focus is 100% on them and that conversation. Do… Smile while you are speaking Listen and answer any questions Be Prepared for important calls [...]

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