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From the publisher: Fall 2006

As the cover of our fall issue indicates, massage therapy and the world of golf crossed paths at the 2006 LPGA Canadian Open.


September 29, 2009
By Jill Rogers

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As the cover of our fall issue indicates, massage therapy and the world of golf crossed paths at the 2006 LPGA Canadian Open.

For the first time ever, a clinic was set up at the Hunt Golf & Country Club in London, Ontario – making massage therapy available to the participants throughout the prestigious event. The response was outstanding. The story, along with some very positive feedback, is one of the interesting features you’ll find in this issue.

On a much different front – and an entire world away – massage therapy also made its touch felt in Cambodia as Canadian MT, Anna Kania, travelled to that poverty-stricken Asian country to work with burn victims there. She kept a personal journal throughout the visit and shares her extraordinary experience with us in a touching tale entitled: Massage Without Borders.

All of our regular features are also included in this issue – and I’m sure that you’ll once again find us both entertaining and enlightening. I hope you enjoy another issue of Massage Therapy Canada magazine and invite you to keep reading and sending us your feedback.

Sincerely,
Jill Rogers, RMT


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