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from the editor: Fall 2010

This is a spectacular time of year, when Canada boasts a wonderful collage of colours. Fall is universally a time of change, not just outdoors, but also within our professional surroundings – it’s a time to reset our routine and focus. As professionals, we look to goal setting and growth, both individually and collectively.


October 21, 2010
By Jill Rogers

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This is a spectacular time of year, when Canada boasts a wonderful collage of colours. Fall is universally a time of change, not just outdoors, but also within our professional surroundings – it’s a time to reset our routine and focus. As professionals, we look to goal setting and growth, both individually and collectively.

As individual practitioners, we often see this as a time of year to undertake new educational endeavours in order to renew and expand our capabilities. Fulfilling continuing education goals, and/or requirements, is a major component of our professional growth. In support of those goals, this issue of Massage Therapy Canada is pleased to present articles that describe several areas of technique, in the hope that they will assist you with planning and researching your own development activities.
 
In addition to finding opportunities for our own growth as individuals, we may also choose to attend and/or participate in, annual general meetings and/or conferences where presentations and dialogue can be instrumental in setting plans in motion for our forward movement as a profession. To this end, MTC magazine’s continuing goal, as your national publication, is not only to bring current information to you, the readers, but also, to keep you abreast of, and involved in, the pertinent discussions going on within the profession.

We do this by offering association reports and news, as well as contributions from individuals, geared to presenting developments within massage therapy, and examining how the profession relates to our health-care systems and cultural surroundings. Furthermore, realizing that valuable observations come from practitioners “in the trenches,” we continue to invite contributions from you, or your group. If you have topics of interest or discussion to share with your profession, please contact us. Information-sharing and discussion is crucial to the process of change and growth.

So, in this season of reflection and renewal, we are proud to renew our continuing commitment to, and relationship with, the profession and each of its members. We encourage you to get involved with your profession and your colleagues and to please share your thoughts and experiences with fellow readers. Send your contributions and experiences to jrogers@annexweb.com.


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