Continuing Education
These days, it seems you can’t throw a hot stone without hitting a massage therapist! In an ever-more-saturated field, what can you do to separate yourself from the pack?
Oct. 24, Toronto, Ont. – BioFlex invites RMTs to register for its fall/winter training sessions in Toronto and Calgary, as well as free webinars by experts in laser therapy.
I caught up with Pam Fitch, a professor in the massage therapy program at Algonquin College (Ontario) and author of the upcoming book, Talking Body Listening Hands (Pearson, 2014).
July 17, Hamilton, Ont. – The McMaster University Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Program is a practical training program that consists of five, three-day weekend units plus a concurrent self-directed home study portion. Spring and fall sessions have been offered every year since the fall of 1998. The McMaster program also offers accredited specialty courses in medical acupuncture.
In today’s increasingly “green” conscious world, we are hearing more about the concept of a “paperless office.”
As massage therapy becomes increasingly popular, more people are choosing it as a career path, creating greater competition for clients amongst therapists.
April 10, Toronto, Ont. – Canadian RMTs in the jurisdictions of Ontario and British Columbia are now eligible to receive CE credits when obtaining certification in the use of Graston Technique.
The need for the field of massage/manual therapy (MMT) research to determine how effects are produced (i.e., mechanisms of action) has been identified unequivocally.
As massage therapists we tend to gravitate towards career positions that classify us as self-employed.
Almost 15 years ago, I ventured into uncharted territory when I decided to become a Registered Equine Massage Therapist (REMT).
Feb 29, Montreal, QC – The Federation Quebecoise des Massotherapeutes (FQM) announces the launch of its new website in March 2012.
Feb 1, Vancouver, BC – RMTs are reminded that it’s not too late to register for the Third International Fascia Research Congress to be held in Vancouver from March 28-30, 2012.  
Does evidence-informed practice involve favouring hard science over the art of massage, clinical experience and all else that makes for an excellent massage therapist? I would emphatically say “no!”
Oct. 3, Ottawa, ON – The Canadian Council of Massage Therapy Schools (CCMTS) is proud to announce that Chatelain Jean is the winner of the 2010-2011 Student Research Award.
NEWS HIGHLIGHT Winner of CCMTS student research award The Canadian Council of Massage Therapy Schools (CCMTS) has announced that Chatelain Jean is the winner of the 2010-2011 student research award.
Sept. 21, Hamilton, ON – The original Contemporary Medical Acupuncture program at McMaster University announces courses and programs for this fall.
NEWS HIGHLIGHT Courses in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture The original Contemporary Medical Acupuncture program at McMaster University announces courses and programs for this fall.
This Summer 2011 issue of Massage Therapy Canada magazine marks my farewell as editor. I am most pleased with how the magazine has moved forward, and how my dream of a published national voice is being developed further.
Readers have requested a discussion about the issues surrounding data security as they relate to a massage therapy practice. In this article, then, we will touch on higher-level security matters. While this synopsis is not meant to be definitive, provide legal advice nor deal with all aspects of data security, there are fundamental data security precautions that should be employed by massage therapists to safeguard sensitive information.
July 25, Vancouver, BC – The comprehensive Touch Therapy for Liddle Kidz with Autism (Massage for Children with Autism) Course for massage therapists and healthcare professionals is available in Canada.

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