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This year has been a labour of love, panic and challenges, but above all a year of togetherness in the industry

Industry awards platform, the Hall of Wellness Awards (HOW Awards), has unveiled the winners of its 2020 competition at its first-ever awards gala today (10 December).

Presented virtually by HOW Awards founder Kathryn Moore, awards were given out across seven categories – including Middle East, Asia, Europe and UK, Oceania, Americas, Africa and a global group.

Below is a comprehensive list of the 2020 winners:

Global awards

Global Consultant of the Year - Ana CrawfordGlobal Director/Manager of the Year - Sven Huckenbeck

Global Hair Personality of the Year - Tara Rose KiddGlobal Personality/Contributor to the Industr - Andrew Jacka

Global PMU & Microblading Specialist - Patsy KerrGlobal Rising Star - Mala Mcalpin

Global Therapist of the Year - Silvia RoncettiGlobal Wellness Personality - Nigel Franklyn

Regional awards


Director/Manager – Alida BrynardFitness Personality – Luvuyo Mabusela


Aesthetic/Beauty Therapist – Lizzette PorcayoDirector/Manager – Holly Edgin

Spa Therapist – Paul DixonWellness Specialist/Practitioner – Leigh Aschoff


Director/Manager – Faraaz TanveerFitness Personality – Sri Agus Budi Santoso

Spa Therapist – Arun Krishnan A R NairTrainer - Ni Made Sulastri

Wellness Specialist/Practitioner – Koo Kian YongYoga Practitioner – Timea Aya Miklos

Europe & UK

Aesthetic/Beauty Therapist – Gillian BairdDirector/Manager – Erica D’Angelo

Fitness Personality – Peter RoystonSpa Therapist – Hayley Snishko

Trainer – César TejedorWellness Specialist/Practitioner – Vicky Rawcliffe

Yoga Practitioner – Rachel Bonkink

Middle EastAesthetic/Beauty Therapist – Shereen Hafiri

Director/Manager – Emily TuckerFitness Personality – Fransisca Fiona

Spa Therapist – Mary Grace LuteroTrainer – Izanne Fagan

Wellness Specialist/Practitioner – Beate SifkovitsYoga Practitioner – Rahul Nag


Aesthetic/Beauty Therapist – James VivianDirector/Manager – Pummy Sherpa

Spa Therapist – Alysha StokesTrainer – Karalyn Smith

Wellness Specialist/Practitioner – Pia Kynoch

Moore introduced the awards saying: “This year has been a labour of love, panic and challenges, but above all a year of togetherness in the industry.

“We created the awards because we wanted to do something meaningful that could recognise and showcase the hard work and dedication our industry has put into their careers over the years," she said.

“Ultimately, we wanted to celebrate the people that are the backbone of businesses and brands, because it’s so important to find out their stories, what ignites their passion and how they got to where they are today.

"The judges were so impressed by the calibre of participants this year and we look forward to coming back even bigger and better next year."

Moore finished by extending her thanks to everyone who supported the HOW Awards, especially its sponsors, judges and brand ambassadors.

Head to the HOW Awards website to learn more about the judging process, all finalists and the platform's CSR Commitment and Scholarship Programme.

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Industry awards platform, the Hall of Wellness Awards (HOW Awards), has unveiled the winners of its 2020 competition at its first-ever awards gala today (10 December).

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