May 25, Edmonton, AB – The National Health Practitioners of
Canada Association (NHPC) invites RMTs to attend their 2012 AGM and Workshop
scheduled for June 8-11 in Edmonton, Alberta.
Involvement by RMTs with the Natural Health
Practitioners (NHPC) can shape natural health care in Canada.The AGM is a place
for NHPC members to set this course by voicing their opinion and voting on NHPC
At the AGM, members will be provided with
updates on the following:
• The NHPC proposed $1500 Holistic Health
& Fitness Tax Credit
• Insurance and Government Advocacy
• Massage Therapy Competency Assessment
• Continued Competency Program
• Massage Therapy Regulation
• And more...
NHPC is also pleased to announce that Guy
Nasmyth will provide a presentation to all AGM attendees on Personal
Leadership. Guy Nasmyth is a personal leadership consultant based out of
The NHPC AGM is open to all NHPC members.
Lunch will be provided.
NHPC members who attend both the AGM and Workshop may be able to
collect up to 75 per cent of their NHPC Continued Competency Credits.
Workshop - TMJ Mastery
TMJ Mastery, taught by John Corry RMT, is a three-day
workshop focusing on principles and applications that explore intra-oral
techniques used to treat masticatory dysfunction. Included is a comprehensive
visual study of the continuum of articular disc derangement, and the techniques
that may restore function or alter further degeneration.
The workshop will be incorporating myofascial techniques affecting the masticatory musculature, and explore strategies to assess and restore asymmetrical condylar movement. The intra-oral techniques will also include joint mobilizations that attempt to decompress and re-establish articular disc space.
Mastery: a process in which focus is given to a specific
subject in order to cultivate ongoing expertise. Ironically, the process is
often humbling in that each revelation leads to many more inquiries!
intended as an advanced workshop for massage therapists. Therefore some
assumptions will be made regarding your familiarity of the anatomy, physiology
and mechanical function of the head, neck and face. The workshop is not meant
as a definitive, fully evidenced-based research project, but more of a working
set of ideas and principles that might bring new possibilities into a massage
information on this event, including registration details, please visit www.nhpcanada.org.