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VANCOUVER – The Registered Massage Therapists' of B.C. (RMTBC) will host a one-day symposium that will tackle what the association is describing as a "ground breaking, science-backed research on the benefits of massage therapy to mental health."
The Canadian Sport Massage Therapists Association National Education Conference & AGM was held at the Grand Hotel & Suites in Toronto from October 21-23rd, 2016. A very informative and jam-packed agenda was put together by the National AGM Organizing Committee led by Kristy Wiltshire, immediate past president of the Ontario Chapter.
The Canadian Sport Massage Therapists Association (CSMTA) has identified a list of major sporting events in 2017 that sport massage therapists may want to look into.
The Massage Therapy Foundation (MTF) hosted its fourth triennial International Massage Therapy Research Conference (IMTRC) in Seattle on May 12-15, 2016. In addition to providing outstanding networking opportunities, this conference consistently delivers an impressive lineup of massage therapy thought leaders, change agents and champions.
The Alliance for Massage Therapy Education (AFMTE) is extending its presenters' deadline until August 17 2016 for its Biennial Educational Congress.
Shannon Marshall, RMT at Toronto's Hospital For Sick Children, talks about how massage therapy is helping care for kids with life limiting illness, particularly those in palliative care. She also offers some insights for those registered massage therapists who are considering a career in a hospital setting.
The College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO) is seeking registrants' feedback on proposed changes to the quality assurance regulation.
I first became involved in activities related to Alberta’s massage therapy regulation in late 2002 when I was president of the Massage Therapist Association of Alberta (MTAA). Since then, I have been committed to seeing massage therapy become a regulated health profession in the province. I’m not the only one – many people have dedicated efforts and mountains of volunteer hours over multiple decades, and yet the work continues.
The College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO) is proposing regulation that would make funding for therapy and counseling more accessible for clients who have been sexually abused by a registered massage therapist.
Two Sudbury police officers have confessed to claiming more than $3,000 in extended health services they never received, and were sentenced for police misconduct, the CBC has reported.
The College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO) has appointed an investigator to look into sexual assault allegations against a registered massage therapist in Sudbury, Ont.
The College of Massage Therapists of Ontario has published new guidelines dealing with conflict of interest for registered massage therapists.
VANCOUVER – Squabbling by provinces in the run-up to a new health accord points to the need for an agency that would share regional health-care innovations with the rest of the country, says an editorial in Canada's premier medical journal.
You may not recognize the names of the massage therapists profiled below, but you might recognize their patients: singers, actors and elite athletes.
At the recent Massage Therapy Canada Business Forum, Andrew Lewarne, executive director and CEO of the Registered Massage Therapists Association of Ontario (RMTAO), gave an overview of the association's proposed five-year plan for the profession.
Vancouver, B.C. – Langara College has announced that the first cohort from the registered massage therapy program has graduated. Langara's two-year program was launched in 2013 and is the first public post-secondary institution in B.C. to offer training in this field of study.
In the increasingly changing marketplace for massage therapists, do you have what it takes to take on the corporate world? In this latest episode of Practice Points, Don Dillon discusses employment as a viable option for massage therapists and cited some of the challenges employers are finding when hiring RMTs. If you're considering employment as a career option for your massage therapy practice, reflect on these important points to make yourself employable.
What trends are occurring in the marketplace that are directly affecting the massage therapy profession? In this episode of Practice Points, Don Dillon discusses several changes in the marketplace that professionals should be aware of and be prepared for. Read more on this in Dillon's article, Breakthrough: Tangible opportunities for massage therapy practice.

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