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WINNER SWEEPS NATIONAL AWARDS" - Press release 
 
The UK Winners and Runners Up for the prestigious national What's On 4 Me 2013 Awards in association with Ideal Weight were announced at the glittering Awards Ceremony at Earls Court in London - and Jane Langston and The Amatsu Clinic Rickmansworth are amongst them!
 
The What's On 4 Award programmes are now in their seventh year and celebrate the best activities from throughout the UK - both for kids and adults - as nominated and voted for by the UK public.
 
The Amatsu Clinic Rickmansworth is a Winner in the Best Relaxation, Retreat or Getaway Provider category sponsored by The Womens Business Club - which means that they are in the elite of Activity and Event Providers in the UK, as nearly 1000 nominees competed for these prestigious Awards. amazingly, The Amatsu Clinic Rickmansworth was in the final four for the Best Beauty, Lifestyle or Wellbeing Service sponsored by The Pussy Doll Palace.   Its sister company, The Amatsu Training School Ltd, also based in Rickmansworth, was thrilled to be Runner Up in the Best Skill or Academic Learning Provider sponsored by NEVASIC. Quite a scoop!

This year, the awards cover 12 categories from Most Inspirational Coach to Volunteer of the Year. Thousands of nominations and votes have been received from around the UK so this Finalist position is a great achievement.
 
The Amatsu Clinic Rickmansworth was established in 2010 by Jane Langston and Jo Chapple and now operates in Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Suffolk and Northamptonshire. The Amatsu Clinic Rickmansworth is now staffed by Jane Langston, Gina Croft and Taz Faruqi and is the flagship clinic, offering a service 5 days a week, and an opportunity for students of the Amatsu Training School to observe sessions as part of their training. A visit to The Amatsu Clinic is a unique experience because this highly effective, ancient Japanese physical therapy realigns your physical structure, thus improving the efficiency of your muscles and your body's functional organs and improves movement. The Amatsu Clinic always aims to deliver real value for money for its clients because they deal with the root cause of the problem, not just the symptoms. Unlike many other therapies, Amatsu addresses the whole body and works with the body’s soft tissues e.g. muscles, fascia, ligaments etc. by using the practitioner’s natural body movement to correct structural imbalances within the body. Amatsu balances are suitable for people of all age groups and those with limited mobility.
 
The Amatsu Training School Ltd was established in 2005 and has enabled over 70 practitioners to achieve success in learning this amazing therapy.  Already an award winner, the teachers are Jane Langston and Taz Faruqi, with trainee teacher Gina Croft.  A new intake of students will be starting their two year part-time training in January 2014.
 
Both The Amatsu Clinic and The Amatsu Training School are affiliated to Amatsu Therapy International and the Institute for Complementary and Natural Medicine.
 
 
Jane Langston from The Amatsu Clinic Rickmansworth and The Amatsu Training School Ltd, said: "We were so delighted to reach the finals of these prestigious awards, and we thrilled to be winners and runners up in so many categories.  Many thanks to our students and clients who voted for us. We strive for excellence in both the clinic and the training school, and it is wonderful to know that this has appreciated."
 
Each and every activity, community group, entertainer and volunteer from throughout the UK has had the opportunity to be nominated, thus ensuring these awards are a true representation of views and a reflection of their eagerness to reward the very best! From 14th August 9th October, voters logged onto www.whatson4me.co.uk to vote for their favourite from all of the UK nominees who qualified. From these online votes, the nominees with the highest number of votes have been revealed as this year's Finalists!
 
The winners were announced on 14th November 2013 at Earls Court, London, at the glittering Awards Ceremony attended by over 200 finalists, guests and VIPs.
 

What's On 4 Me owner - Marilyn Bradshaw - adds: "We’re thrilled that What’s On 4 can provide such a prestigious platform to reward such worthy activity and event providers form around the UK. The Winners and Runners Up are totally dedicated to making a difference to people’s lives, and I’m am extremely proud to be associated with them all. " 

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