What you can expect at
The Symposium for Holistic Arts Practitioners
August 23rd & 24th, 2017 | The Harvard Faculty Club
20 Quincy St, Cambridge, MA 02138
In order to offer the best learning and networking experience, the symposium will be limited to 30 attendees from across the holistic fields including Acupuncturists, Chiropractors, Reiki practitioners, Massage therapists, Homeopathic healers, Energy workers, and other forms of holistic medicine. We learn best through engagement, and the number one goal of this mastermind symposium is that each attendee has a breakthrough and comes away with a great experience that grows their practice.
Each attendee has their choice of how they participate, either giving a 30 minute presentation on a topic of their choice, taking part in a moderated panel discussion, or being part of a round table discussion. We encourage everyone attending to participate in as many ways as they would like, speaking, being on a moderated panel and taking part in the round tables.
The mission of The Symposium is to provide participants with:
- Topics that will encourage professional growth and effectiveness
- Time to network with other like-minded professionals in your field
- Interactive small group sharing opportunities
- Resume-enhancing participatory NSHAP certificate
During the symposium, participants will engage in interactive, small groups of both panels and round table discussions. Your level of participation is based on choice, and will occur through speaking, through being on a panel or through participating in a round table.
This is the ultimate opportunity to…
- Network with other industry professionals
- Develop a clear picture of where you want to go
- Produce more consistent breakthroughs
- Improve your personal and business life
- Experience personal and professional growth
- And so much more!
…all in one of America’s most prestigious universities.
In addition to this, participants will also receive a speaker’s certificate from the NSHAP – an excellent way to add prestige and differentiation to your resume.
It is our goal to ensure all attendees come away from the symposium with newfound knowledge that can be put into your practice.
Spaces are limited – sign up now to guarantee your spot today!
The National Symposium for Homeopathic Arts Practitioners brings together professionals from all areas in a small group setting. Acupuncturists, chiropractors, reiki practitioners, massage therapists, homeopathic healers, energy workers, and practitioners of holistic medicine all come together for two days of engaging sessions.
Each attendee will be speaking and teaching on a topic that is relevant to the changing landscape of the Holistic arts.
Enjoy building relationships and spending time with other industry professionals, discussing things only you will understand, and come away with new knowledge and perspective. There will also be interactive team-building sessions and a networking gourmet lunches. Enjoy a piece of Bostonian history by joining us at the Harvard Faculty Club for this amazing event.
What do some of the past participants have to say?
“The Symposium was life changing for me! Not only did I have the amazing opportunity to share my expertise but I learned so many valuable lessons from everyone else. The networking that continues to occur has been priceless. I now know experts that I can access and that is worth more than gold.” – Christina Minoguchi
“The symposium at the Harvard Faculty club was a great experience and a “Must do” for anyone that is serious about their business. Besides having the opportunity of presenting, the interaction with other personal development professionals is invaluable.” – George Zanatta
VIP Dinner at the Grafton Street Tavern
This is a great way to continue the conversations and networking after the symposium while enjoying great food within a few blocks from the Harvard Faculty club. This private dinner usually lasts for a few hours, and is a great chance to build relationships and unwind after the 1st day of the symposium. It is considered one of the highlights of the event from past attendees.
If you are interested in this special opportunity, please be sure to book using the VIP registration page. Seating is limited to keep this personal and intimate.
The conference is at the Harvard Faculty Club, located on the Harvard University campus. Visit the Hotel and Travel page for hotel suggestions and maps.
Parking is available at the Broadway Garage, less than a block from the Harvard Faculty Club. This will be the closest parking garage to the conference, and is approximately a 4-5 minute walk.
Day parking passes are $20/day and can be pre-purchased online here. Otherwise, attendees can purchase a parking pass the day of the event. If you choose this option, you will first need to visit the Front Desk of the Harvard Faculty Club in order to purchase the pass.
Metered parking is also available on Quincy and Harvard Street.