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.
Preventing brain-drain: Opportunities and challenges for higher educationAt Educator Day during the Registered Massage Therapists’ Association of…
Pain Index 2018: lower back is pain zone number 1BERLIN, GERMANY — Pain therapy specialists Liebscher & Bracht have released the…
RMT's provide quality of life for cancer patientsAccording to the Canadian Cancer Society, massage therapy is one…
Lingering negative responses to stress linked with health a decade laterPeople whose negative emotional responses to stress carry over to…
CSMTA Ontario Chapter AGM & Conference
April 29, 2018
Canadian Mental Health Association Ride Don't Hide
June 24, 2018
5th International Fascia Research Congress
November 14-15, 2018