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The 2010 Canadian Massage Conference is scheduled to take place on Nov. 5, 6 and 7 at the Holiday Inn in Burlington Ont.


May 31, 2010
By Massage Therapy Canada

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May 23, 2010, Burlington, Ont. – The 2010 Canadian Massage Conference is scheduled to take place on November 5, 6 and 7 at the Holiday Inn in Burlington Ontario.

The Canadian Massage Conference is Canada’s largest exhibition of massage products, continuing education and new business opportunities for therapists of all disciplines.

2010 will mark the 7th year that the Holiday Inn Burlington has hosted the Largest Annual Massage Conference in Canada. This year’s Confer­ence featuresiInternational presenters and exhibitors that bring years of experience and innovation to the podium. The education component offers over 120 hours of Continuing Education Credits including one three day course, two one day courses, twenty three hour workshops and twenty-five one hour presentations.

As an attendee, you will receive a “loaded goody bag” at registration, a grand prize draw ticket (attendance is not mandatory to win), ticket for the daily draws (must be present to win), as well as the opportunity to save hundreds of dollars on your regular purchases of massage related products and services, and discover new products, services, businesses, courses, equipment, software, and much more. Also available to attendees; complimentary morn­ing coffee stations, discounted hotel rates (price-freeze from 7 years ago), discounted meals at local restaurants and the Saturday night dance party.

The focus of this year’s Conference is “Giving Back!”

Volunteer to participate in The Sanctuary

We are introducing this year, a “Sanctuary” which is a relaxing “retreat” area to provide 10 minute massage for a $10 charge where all proceeds will be donated to the Massage Therapy Founda­tion. The Foundation advances the knowledge and practice of massage therapy by supporting scientific research, education, and community service. All products used in the Sanctuary have been donated by manufacturers or sponsors.

We are very proud and happy to be hosting this event with Angie Patrick of Massage Warehouse. If you wish to donate your time, we are looking for volunteers to work in the Sanctuary, both RMT’s and Massage students. Time blocks will be two to four hours in length.

For more information about the conference, including registration details, please visit www.canadianmassageconference.com


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