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Jane Langston has been an Amatsu practitioner since 2000, and qualified as a Teacher of Amatsu just three years later in 2003. Over this time she has worked with Active Balance Training Ltd and Amatsu UK Ltd and alongside the inspirational Dennis Bartram. She has previously opened busy Amatsu clinics in Croxley Green, Ruislip, Watford, Rickmansworth, and Kings Langley in Hertfordshire. Further afield Jane has clinics in Elmswell in Suffolk and Feltwell in Norfolk. She has established a good reputation for referring on to GPs and doctors should the need arise.
Her teaching career has seen Jane teach in Hertfordshire, Hartlepool and Dublin, having been an assistant trainer since 2001. She established The Amatsu Training School in 2005 and has a proven track record of teaching to a high standard with strong exam results. In 2012, The Amatsu Training School was awarded the Institute for Complementary and Natural Medicine's Complementary Medicine Company Award 2012. Her input to the Rickmansworth clinic resulted in the What's On 4 Me Award in 2014 for "Best Relaxation Provider". In 2015, Jane received the award for Most Outstanding Contribution to Complementary Medicine from the Institute for Complementary and Natural Medicine
Jane was a founder member of the Amatsu Therapy Association and is full and active member of Amatsu Therapy International (UK), acting as an External Examiner and advisor for the Education Committee. Jane is a Senior Practitioner with the Institute for Complementary and Natural Medicine.
Jane has a scientific approach to the teaching of the art of Amatsu Therapy, by virtue of her background as a Fellow of the Institute of Biomedical Science, specialising in Haematology. Jane is the co-author of "Making Sense of Learning Human Anatomy and Physiology" published by Lotus Publishing in November 2016.
Jane says, "I have such a passion for Amatsu therapy that it is more than just a job. I love to treat clients at my clinics, and I love to see student's faces light up with they learn."