Lincoln Network Group
Wendy Annibal is our Group leader, and she writes:
Professional Reflexology has set up a support group in Lincolnshire so that reflexologists can come together on a regular basis to get support, advice, friendship and network with others from around the County
We all need a bit of support sometimes with the work we're doing, and this is a great opportunity to do that as well as listen to some great speakers that we're lining up over the next year. If you're not a member of Professional Reflexology, don't worry as you'll still be very welcome to come to the meetings. The first 2 meetings will be held at the Magna Carta pub, in Castle Square, Lincoln where we have hired the function room for the evening. The meeting starts at 7pm, so come early to have a drink or order your tea/coffee. For those that want to, make an evening of it and come earlier and have something to eat as the Magna Carta serves food in the evenings.
To contact Wendy, you can e-mail her on email@example.com or call her on 07884318768
The following speakers have been lined up:
- Tursday 15th May – David Wayte from Jubilee College, Nottingham talking about FingerFree Reflexology and this is what he has to say about it. "FingerFree® Reflexology is designed to give a full and deep treatment to your clients, without strain or stress to the fingers or thumbs. This unique, radical, new technique will help to extend your working life, and open up a whole new way of working on the feet." He'll be showing you a few of the moves that he teaches on his CPD course which can then be incorporated into treatments. Tickets cost £5
- Thursday 26th June – Jane Sheehan, celebrity foot reader is coming to talk about Foot Reading (or solestry) which is analysing the structure and texture of the feet to understand emotions and personality. She'll give an insight into the fascinating secrets that feet reveal about you, your partner, your family, the attractive person on the next sun lounger, or just anybody who walks past you in bare feet! She's an excellent speaker and really fun to listen to. Tickets cost £5