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  • Anne Taylor

2019 in Review!

2019 in Review! Those that know me, know that I am committed to my continued professional development, I am so invested in ensuring my practice at it's best. I thought it would be great to share some of this with you, and over the coming days I will document more on each course I have attended... I have been attending a lot of training. This training has been advanced training for Bodywork and Craniosacral Therapy with self care thrown in. One of the reasons why I attend a lot of training is that I have to comply with continuing professional development (CPD), to comply with my insurance and governing body membership. This CPD can be gained in a variety of ways but I like to attend courses. So, I started the year attending a 6 month Consult Centre Business Academy course in Morecambe, finished in June, meeting every other Wednesday evening for two hours. I had a week’s holiday to Pease Bay in March, which was very peaceful. I attended a one day APNT Symposium in Cirencester and listened to various lectures. Ended the month of March attending my CranioSacral Graduation meal. In June, I attended Jenny Burrell’s C-Section, Hysterectomy and Abdominal Scar Emmersion course for two days in London. I attended a retreat in Anglesey. Went on holiday to Rhodes. In July I attended the Gala Draw at Morecambe Football Club I attended a Fascial Fitness course in Kendal for two days. I went back down to London to assist Jenny Burrell on the Postnatal and Remedial Massage course at the Chelsea and Westminster hospital. In September I attended Stephen Goldstein, Deep Front Line in Wigan with Blend Therapy for two days, then travelled to Waltham St Lawrence in Berkshire for four days of Sharon Wheeler’s Structural Integration Of The Cranium course. Then I came back up to Wigan to attend Sharon Wheeler’s Tail End course. I had a well-earned holiday for a week in Cyprus in October. In November, I attended another retreat in Anglesey. I went down to London for three days to attend Perry Nickleston Lymphatic Mojo and Stuart Gillespie’s Functional Health and Medicine, which was very very interesting. Then I got persuaded to attend a Dynamic Stillness, Biodynamic Cranial Touch Initiatory Course in Norwich for three days. So ending my year of advanced training with a big Phew!!--

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