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FTHub In-person Immersive Training

FTHub In-person Immersive Training

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FTHub 3-day In-person Immersive Training in Nature

The 3-day in-person nature immersions with FTHub trainers are exclusively for students and FTHub Certified Guides and Practitioners, regardless of the year in which they obtained their certification. The 3-day immersions are meetups where you can:

  1. Practice the knowledge acquired.
  2. Establish a network of collaboration with other guides.
  3. Share your knowledge and experiences supporting the growth of the practice.
  4. Update your theoretical and practical knowledge.
  5. Connect with FTHub trainers.

All immersions start on Friday at 14:30 (2:30 pm) and end on Sunday at 17:30 (5:30 pm). If you have to arrive a little later or leave a little earlier, we understand. Travel, accommodation, meals or other expenses are not included in the cost.

Trainers:

Pedro Trindade

Portugal

Alex Gesse

Spain

Where

A must-see in the heart of São Miguel Island, inside of Furnas Valley, Terra Nostra Garden dates back to 1775, when American merchant Thomas Hickling fell in love with Furnas and decided to create the perfect relaxation haven, which still seduces every visitor today.

Aside from its large collection of Camellias and other rare species, the park surrounding Terra Nostra Garden Hotel is known worldwide for its thermal pool, filled with volcanic water from the hot springs at a steady 40° C (104° F). The water is rich in iron and other minerals highly beneficial for the skin, creating complete and unparalleled relaxation.

At Terra Nostra Garden, you can also find some architectural treasures, romantically inspired, such as the Ginkgo Biloba Avenue, and lose yourself in pure magic. Access to the Garden is free for guests of Terra Nostra Garden Hotel, where one can also experience an unforgettable thermal bath.

Terra Nostra Garden is a world reference for plant lovers and has been awarded by Condé Nast Traveller in its “Best Green Retreats” category.

Accommodation

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Meals

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How to Get There

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SATA International is the airline of the Azores and connects the archipelago to the European and American continents. There are regular connections to many capitals, so it will be extremely easy for you to reach the Azores.

TAP is Portugal’s largest air carrier, connecting Portugal to several hundred destinations worldwide. If you want to look for the served airport closest to you, just visit the company’s website.

EasyJet and Ryanair are the “low cost” alternatives to reach the Azores. Ryanair ensures daily flights from Lisbon, some weekly flights from Porto and a weekly flight from London. EasyJet ensures connections from Lisbon three times a week and four times a week in the high season.

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