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October

  • 9
  • The Breakers, Palm Beach, Florida, US
    "Living a Well Life” is the overriding theme of this year’s Global Wellness Summit, which puts the spotlight on how the future of wellness will impact the individual. The 11th annual conference, to be held at The Breakers in Pam Beach, Florida, October 9-11 ,will analyse the future of major wellness sectors, including beauty, travel, spa, fitness, nutrition, medicine and the environment. It will have a keen focus on the future of: Wellness, Science and Technology: From our DNA to the devices that track our every move; from the latest in sleep science to the air we breathe. Mental Wellness: From new approaches to improve how we think and feel, to the latest neuroscience research on beauty, to how dance can impact the treatment of Alzheimer’s. Workplace Wellness: From the impact that a fast-changing work environment will have on human wellness, to the latest research on how people prefer to work, to the “ergonomics of wellbeing”. The Summit is renowned not only for its three days of high-profile keynotes and panels, but for its unmatched networking events, where top executives from around the world forge valuable relationships, which, throughout the conference’s eleven years, have led to countless new collaborations and business and investment relationships. GLOBALWELLNESSSUMMIT.COM
  • 3 day event
    0:00 am - 0:00 am
  • 20
  • Grand Hyatt Melbourne
    Now in its 40th year, the Australasian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (ASAPS) is one of the world’s leading organisations in cosmetic surgery education and research. Its members are all Fellows of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS) – the only institution accredited to train surgeons in Australia and New Zealand. From October 20-22 it celebrates its 40th annual conference at the Grand Hyatt, Melbourne. As a peak organisation for cosmetic surgery in the region, ASAPS represents 300 comprehensively qualified aesthetic plastic surgeons specialising in cosmetic surgery of the face, breast and body. Every aesthetic plastic surgeon has undertaken 8-12 years of specialist surgical training beyond their medical training. In Australia and New Zealand, anyone who has a six-year medical degree and has current registration is allowed to perform cosmetic surgery. This leaves the consumer overwhelmed by choice, and a wide range of doctors with varying levels of expertise and training. Today’s cosmetic surgery market is a minefield for consumers being by lured by cheap deals. The industry has changed but the standards of excellence must not. "This is where events such as our Annual Conference play a pivotal role," says ASAPS. "By attending our Conference, our members are privy to world-class practices, teachers and new research and techniques. We want to ensure the very best standard in patient care is upheld by our members through providing continual learning and development opportunities. "We’ve seen in recent weeks in Sydney the needless tragedy of the death of Ms Jean Huang at the hands of someone who should never have picked up a scalpel or needle in Australia. "This unfortunate event highlights the importance of protecting patients in Australia. Just last week we also saw the filing of a class action against The Cosmetic Institute with multiple women alleging negligence during breast augmentation procedures that has left them with life-threatening complications. ASAPS believes patient safety is paramount and should be the driving factor in all that a surgeon says and does. The theme – Excellence in Cosmetic Surgery This year’s conference is all about Excellence in Cosmetic Surgery and will combine content-rich scientific sessions alongside business focused sessions. The Focus World class speakers who will share their expertise in breast and body surgery, neck, eyelid and facial surgery. International speakers: Dr Bill Adams, US – Inaugural RACS Visiting Professor Dr Giovanni Botti, Italy Dr Daniel Labbe, France Dr Lorne Rosenfield, US International guests will feature alongside some of the leading plastic surgeons from both here in Australia and New Zealand. To register your interest to attend click here.
  • 3 day event
    0:00 am - 0:00 am
  • 23

  • Are you keeping abreast of wellness trends? Professional Beauty Solutions' popular Holistic Skincare two-day training - Healing Skin Disorders - hosted by derma-nutritionist Janine Tait, will bring you up to speed beautifully. You will come away with an enhanced understanding of how the body and skin actually function, the direct impact lifestyle and diet has on skin and how to get beyond a one- dimensional approach to skin health. WHO IS HOLISTIC SKINCARE TRAINING SUITABLE FOR? This training is for beauty therapists who realise that to comprehensively treat the skin we need to look at it three dimensionally, rather than just considering what we apply from the outside through skincare products and treatments. Working from within is the missing piece of the puzzle. If you want to enjoy genuinely transformative results for your clients, these two training sessions will be invaluable. HEALING SKIN DISORDERS TWO-DAY WORKSHOP Our skin is a reflection of our lives so if there is evidence of disorder without, it also points to disorder within. During this workshop you will learn the art of using food to treat skin disorders such as acne, cystic acne, congestion, rosacea and hypersensitivity. As skin health coaches’ we need to understand the impact of environmental factors and lifestyle habits on our client’s skin and take a three dimensional approach to addressing concerns. Treating problem-skin topically with quality skin care ranges and treatments usually results in an immediate improvement, but without addressing the underlying internal and lifestyle choices, those results will soon plateau. There is a better way! DURING THIS TWO-DAY TRAINING PROGRAM YOU WILL LEARN ABOUT:
    • Why working from within is essential in the treatment of skin.
    • Identifying problem foods and alternatives you can suggest.
    • The fundamentals of digestion and liver function.
    • Key skin nutrients and their sources.
    • How to work with specific skin disorders from the inside (acne, cystic acne, congestion, rosacea and hypersensitivity)
    • Case studies to help you to contextualise your knowledge.
    A healthy lunch, morning and afternoon teas will be supplied both days. ABOUT JANINE TAIT Beauty isn’t skin deep: it comes from the inside. This is the underlying message that has shaped Janine Tait’s journey in the aesthetics industry and what motivated her to create Bestow Beauty, a range of inner beauty products derived from superfoods.
    “I’d reached a point where there were some skins I just couldn’t treat, in particular a number of clients with acne,” she says. “No matter what treatments or products I used and recommended to these clients, their conditions just wouldn’t improve to any significant degree. This led to a major crisis of professional confidence. “It was extremely fortunate that around that juncture I met a woman – Janice Sarre Smith – who was decades ahead of her time. She worked holistically with skin. “Janice made me realise that skin is built from the inside out, yet I was treating it one-dimensionally, on the outside. “If you want to achieve beautiful, healthy skin, you have to go deeper. This led me to study nutritional medicine, and then I specialised in dermal nutrition.” Investment: $495 + GST Date: Monday and Tuesday, October 23-24 Time: 9.30am-4pm each day To book, visit: http://www.probeautysolutions.com.au/janine-tait-training/
  • 2 day event
    0:00 am - 0:00 am
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November

  • 11
  • Crown Promenade Melbourne
    Supported by the Australasian College of Aesthetic Medicine (ACAM), the National Laser and Cosmetic Medicine Conference (Crown Promenade Melbourne, November 11-12) is designed for medical professionals such as cosmetic physicians, cosmetic and plastic surgeons, dermatologists and other cosmetic practitioners seeking to update their skills or expand their expertise in laser and cosmetic medicine. DCCONFERENCES.COM.AU
  • 2 day event
    0:00 am - 0:00 am
  • 19
  • Grace Hotel, Sydney
    The cosmetic enhancement business in Australia is booming - industry estimates suggest it's now a $1 billion a year business. In order to not just survive, but thrive in this lucrative industry, cosmetic practitioners need to stay at the forefront of today’s evolving business, marketing and advertising strategies. However, when practitioners spend their days helping patients look and feel their best, staying up-to-date on effective business growth strategies can be difficult. The inaugural Cosmetics Practitioners Business Summit has been designed for practitioners of appearance medicine, both surgical and non-surgical, to meet their learning needs related to business strategy and growth. Hear from leading cosmetics practitioners on how they successfully grow their businesses by implementing and improving their various business models that focus on effective marketing strategies, customer experience and brand image. This practical thought leaders’ summit will paint a complete picture for cosmetic practitioners to asses and analyse where you are now, where you want to go and how to get there as cosmetics medicine practitioner. Attend this practical symposium to learn how to:
    • Unlock the secrets to selecting the most effective marketing strategies for the growth and promotion of your brand
    • Transform the quality of your patient experience to become competitive, stay in the game and win market share
    • Efficient practice management: how to simplify systems and facilitate smooth processes within your aesthetics business
    • Develop the business improvement potential of your data
    • Utilise technology more effectively to accelerate revenue growth
    • Safeguard your business from brand damage risk by potential cyber security and marketing compliance breaches
    This thought leadership program is developed for senior practitioners involved in: Aesthetic medicine (surgical and non-surgical) Cosmetic surgeries Cosmetic dentists Cosmetics clinics Laser clinics Day spas The Summit is being held at The Grace Hotel, 77 York St, Sydney, November 29-30. Post-conference workshops are being held December 1.
  • 13 day event
    4:46 am - 5:46 am
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