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From the Publisher: Spring 2007

Massage Therapy Canada is pleased to welcome a new member to the MTC team. Cathy Ryan, MT, of London ON has taken up her pen and is now our Lead Journalist. Cathy is a dynamic contributor and a true asset to our publication and profession. We will feature Cathy and tell her story in the summer issue of MTC. Welcome aboard Cathy!


December 21, 2009
By Jill Rogers

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Massage Therapy Canada is pleased to welcome a new member to the MTC team. Cathy Ryan, MT, of London ON has taken up her pen and is now our Lead Journalist. Cathy is a dynamic contributor and a true asset to our publication and profession. We will feature Cathy and tell her story in the summer issue of MTC. Welcome aboard Cathy! 

The Spring Issue of Massage Therapy Canada features part one of an excellent series from John Corry, on TMJ Mastery. Also featured in this issue is the first installment from Cathy Ryan on her work with the Rehabilitation Ball. It is entitled “The Organic Girdle.” 

Just a reminder: check with your association about receiving CEUs for reading Massage Therapy Canada magazine. A summary template “Record of Articles Read” is available at www.massagetherapycanada.com/ceus.php. You can use this to record the time you spend reading MTC and include it in your professional portfolio.

As always, Massage Therapy Canada magazine looks to you for ideas and submissions, both general interest and technical. Located on our website is an area called “Interaction” where we post a question where we hope to receive input from you. We would love to hear from you.

This quarter’s question: How would you describe “Massage Therapy,” if given the task of creating a definition? (this can be one that exists if you feel it is appropriate) What, in your opinion is the appropriate length of time someone would have to study in order to meet the competencies, and be considered a Massage Therapist, under your definition?

We want to thank readers for your ongoing support and great feedback! Our mission remains; to provide the highest quality of professional publication possible. Thank you to our contributors, for your efforts, toward helping us meet our goal!

Sincerely,

Jill Rogers, RMT


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