Therapies4Forces is only possible due to all the wonderful volunteer therapists who give their time and skills for free. In addition to this we are very lucky to be supported by some wonderful companies who recognise the excellent work the therapists are doing and want to do their bit to help also. If you are a provider to the therapy industry and would like to offer a discount of help support our therapist to continue doing good work please let us know. We would also love to hear from any company or individual who would be able to donate a raffle prize, we hold a raffle at each relaxation day, not only does it give the guests the chance to win something nice, it also enables us to raise some much-needed cash to pay for oils, website, fuel, washing, equipment etc.
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The Natural Approach therapists will be offering not only therapies to our veteran men and women, but we will also be training them towards new careers in complementary therapy, training their partners to provide therapies for them, and also training many of the 200 current therapists all over the UK who offer their time and experience willingly to our ex servicemen and women.
Face the World support Therapies4Forces by offering all our volunteer therapists a huge discount off of training with them. Please visit their website http://www.face-the-world.co.uk/
The Royal National College for the Blind (RNC), based in Hereford, is pleased to partner with Therapies4Forces. As a training provider for people aged 16 to 65 with visual impairments, we teach Massage & Complementary Therapies (amongst other courses), offering trainees the chance for real work based learning and support into employment and self-employment. Linking with Therapies4Forces provides our students and trainees with more opportunities for work experience and a place to offer their expertise when they leave RNC.
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Niel Asher Healthcare was founded in 1997 by an accomplished osteopath, Simeon Niel Asher with the purpose of sharing his advanced trigger point techniques (NAT) with other manual therapists. Over time, Simeon’s passion for the ‘Language of Touch” has enabled Niel Asher Healthcare to bridge the gap between traditional and alternative medicine and make manual therapy more accessible
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We would very much like to run an relaxation and well-being event in this area and would love to hear from those could help will collecting less mobile veterans, those who can bake scones, any other therapits in the area we don’t know about.