Testimonials: Starting Over Shows
Testimonials: Starting Over Shows
23 Sept 2015 Forest Row
Geneviève Zawada: What was a girl like me doing at the starting over show! Well it’s simple really, firstly I loved the concept of having all the different types of therapies and alternative therapists in one space! You never really know how good someone is until you have been and then only can compare if you pay and go to others! In one evening you can find what is missing for you and what is needed for you to survive in this crazy hectic world we have created for ourselves! We ALL need a bit of me time to be able to give to others and this experience was replenishing and hit the nail on the proverbial spot! I re-connected with a therapist I used to see and loved her treatments. I had a special 15 min treatment from her which reminded me why I used to go regularly and I also discovered an incredible hypnotherapist who helped me in 15 mins get a better nights sleep, so I will be going back and highly recommending her! It was the best hour and a half I invested in me in a long time!!!! Thank you to the gorgeous and innovative Suzy for bringing this to Forest Row and long may it continue. (Genevieve Zawada https://www.electclub.co.uk/)
Adeline Garman: IT WAS AWESOME!
Emma Goodwin: really enjoyed the taster sessions, got some invaluable information about electrolytes and mineral analysis using old fashioned doctor symptom reading, non invasive, AWESOME, just what i needed, i’ll be back
Amanda Edwards: I loved being a part of it. Great atmosphere, wonderful people and I met so many interesting people. Thank you Suzy for all your hard work – it worked! I had a great evening! I thought there was a lovely warm feeling in the room and many great exhibitors. I made many useful contacts and spoke to a fair amount of people.
Susan Cowe Miller: A really good event. Although I travelled fair distance, meeting fellow exhibitors and chatting with attendees was lovely. WELL DONE Suzy. A super event for locals-such a variety of skills and all Tasters free. Talk went well and shared -EFT . Job done.
Patrizia Sergeant: Journey and Bowen Practitioner, Reiki Healer: I see that you will attract more and more people, the next show will be even better! Thank you ever so much for an extraordinary event and for all your efforts! It was brilliant! Will tell lots of people about it!For me it was the first time I attended the Start over Show. After participating at a few shows I must say that this one has impressed me the most. It was professionally organised, exhibitors and visitors were both open and genuinely interested in what everybody had to offer. As a result I sold more of my energy products than ever before. Can’t wait to exhibit again and this time even offer a workshop on how to open up to love awareness.
Diana Bahary Lee-Delisle: Massage therapist: Wow Suzy – Thanks for last night. You are a star.
Actually, as much work as I put in, this event was awesome because of the gifted and dedicated professionals who made their services available to test out, and the way they generously shared their gifts with the intrepid visitors who came to find out what it was all about!
See who is at the next Starting Over Show by clicking right here…..
SuzyMillerCreator of Best Way To Divorce. International Divorce Divorce Strategist and TEDx Speaker.
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