The spa is the fastest growing trend in the wellness industry today and a common household word for many, if not most, of us. The spa industry is second only to the esthetics industry as the fastest growing service industry in the world.
This issue of Massage Therapy Canada takes an “up close and personal” look at a few of our fellow therapists. In their own words, massage therapists share some of the personal triumphs and challenges through a unique collection of stories.
Probably the best known and most famous Code of Ethics document in recorded history is the Hippocratic Oath. Written by celebrated Greek physician Hypocrites, in the fourth century B.C., the Hippocratic Oath provided the ethical foundation for the practice of western health care.
Tara Norton, a Registered Massage Therapist with a thriving home-based practice located in downtown Toronto, is also a highly accomplished triathlete, now ranked #41 in the world after the Ironman World Championships in Hawaii last month.
Whether you’re an educator preparing for a new term or a student heading back to school, this issue of Massage Therapy Canada magazine is sure to be a learning experience for you.
Computers hold little attraction for many massage therapists. These tools seem to come from a strange, mechanistic linear way of thinking and feeling that is so different from the organic, flowing connected states of consciousness that massage therapists tend to facilitate and love.
Well, this year has certainly gone by quickly and, with this the final, winter issue, we reflect on 2002 and look toward 2003. In 2003 we will produce four issues sent out on a quarterly basis beginning in March.
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