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Old 05-04-2012, 12:28 AM   #1
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Cole has raised the possibility of a course held by Diane in Helsinki the weekend following the UK course.

Information is available here

Cole is away for a few days but if you are interested let him know and direct any questions his direction.

ANdy on behalf of Cole(CDANO)
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Diane any chance you will be coming to NZ for a course?
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Not so far, but then, I have not been invited to NZ yet.
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If you do come to NZ, the big island is a few hours' flight away.

Mind you, I doubt if I could organise a course as I am so out of touch with other PTs, and I seriously doubt anyone would be interested in anything non-mesodermal. Neurodynamics, yes, but Skin....??

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Is there some specific knowledge I should know before attending this course? I am thinking about signing in.
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As long as you have a license to treat patients hands-on, you can attend.
It's specifically for manual therapists, and hopefully, what you read here will prepare you.
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As long as you have a license to treat patients hands-on, you can attend.
It's specifically for manual therapists, and hopefully, what you read here will prepare you.
Ok, by that time I should be graduated from the massage school if everything goes as planned.
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Andy thanks for getting the thread up for me. I'm back from Lapland now and ready for action.

I hope we can muster enough support to give Diane enough reason to come out. October in Helsinki is beautiful in it's own way.
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No problem Cole

hope it proves helpful

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Anyone interested in the Helsinki DNM workshop please contact me ASAP as unfortunately we have very little time to decide if it's happening or not.

All the details are here -

http://yoga-horizons.com/2012/04/der...-14-tentative/

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Old 18-04-2012, 07:33 PM   #12
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EDIT - There was a small break in service for yoga-horizons.com email. If you wrote me and I haven't responded, please write again, my apologies. Thanks to those who have replied so quickly, we still might make it happen!
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It looks like response has been good enough to buy us another week to look for more attendees. Finnish therapists let's make this happen!
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We are at 6-7 now, I'm hoping to hit 8.

I will bump this thread throughout the week to give it some attention, unless someone objects.
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