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From the editor: Summer 2009

This issue of Massage Therapy Canada marks the first under new ownership. Annex Publishing & Printing is picking up where MT Publishing left off. Yet not all has changed. I will remain as editor, continuing doing what I enjoy most: communicating with massage therapists coast to coast and advocating for our national voice.


September 8, 2009
By Jill Rogers

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This issue of Massage Therapy Canada marks the first under new ownership. Annex Publishing & Printing is picking up where MT Publishing left off. Yet not all has changed. I will remain as editor, continuing doing what I enjoy most: communicating with massage therapists coast to coast and advocating for our national voice.

Annex Publishing & Printing publishes many industry-specific magazines, including Canadian Chiropractor. They are a wonderful group of professionals and I am pleased to be working with their team. They also share my commitment to this profession, starting with a platinum sponsorship role in the upcoming Ontario Massage Trade Conference. For more information see our conference guide starting on page 25.

In fact I look forward to the many new opportunities that being part of a larger team will bring. That starts with our soon-to-be-redesigned web site. It will include a host of features I hope readers will enjoy, from regularly updated news from the world of massage therapy to industry events, our on-line digital edition, web exclusives and even video. It will be up and running this fall.

In the meantime, please enjoy this first “new” issue. It includes:

• The first in a series on the “State of the Industry” researched and written by Don Dillon RMT. Don looks at challenges, opportunities and misperceptions facing massage therapists.

• Practical information on selling your practice in an article also by Don Dillon. We had previously published the first section over a year ago, so to give your memory a break we have re-run that first part together with the conclusion. If you’re considering retirement in the coming months or even years, it’s a timely instalment.

• Tips to deal with the stress and mess of board exams from Jules Torti, an RMT in British Columbia. 

In short, a new team but the same timely editorial package. As always, we look to you our readers for ongoing feedback, submissions, and topic suggestions. See you at the OMTC!

Sincerely,
Jill Rogers RMT
jrogers@annexweb.com


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