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Early in the year we promised we would start issuing general guidelines on different aspects of practitioner’s activities. This is the first of those guidelines, on giving a talk. The full text is available on the Bach Centre’s web site should you want to print out further copies.
Editor’s note, October 2010: Follow the link above to see the up-to-date ‘giving a talk’ guidelines.
Since the last (July 2001) issue was prepared, 33 new practitioners have joined the register:
- in Belgium, Martine Jacobin;
- in Brazil, Karin Da Silveira Souza Castro, Lucia Martins Mol, Paulo Rolim Valenca, Maria de Fatima De Lima, Gilza Maria Guimaraes Costa, Gleidinalva Barbosa de Lima and Claudia Azeredo de Vargas;
- in Denmark, Susan Kristiansen and Karsten Kring Lauridsen;
- in England, Lia Rogers, Elizabeth Bankes, Amy Vale, Victoria Willson, Lisa Jessop and Jane Gilbey;
- in France, François Deporte, Jeanine Mermet, Reine-Lise Chiararelli, Fleurine Jullien and Beatrice Sanguinetti;
- in Germany, Katja Bähr and Sylvia De Kieviet;
- in Guatemala, Louise Rothwell;
- in Japan, Emi Matsuo, Keiko Hijiya, Ayae Shimomura and Erika Shimada;
- in the Netherlands, Ronne Löwensteyn
- in Spain, Ana Merino Fernandez;
- and in the USA, Helena Sprake, Artista Marchioni and Tammy Struebing.
There are now 1,012 practitioners on the register.
This archive material has been edited to remove some out-of-date advice and information.