Dec. 16, 2009 – Attorney General Alicia Limtiaco yesterday handed over a draft of proposed legislation that would solidify licensure and certification requirements for the practice of massage or massage therapy.
Dec. 8, 2009 – Myo-ther Prestige Natural Massage Oil is a soy bean based natural massage oil. It maintains exceptional coverage and spreadability throughout a massage and has a warm, smooth texture. It contains no parabens, alcohols, nut oils, or mineral oil.
Nov. 25, 2009 – CSI, a community mental health service provider in the states is the only clinic in the country to offer theraputic services to clients who have suffered from abuse. Roberta Wentworth, the program’s founder and director notices the impact massage therapy has for her clients.
Nov. 11, 2009 – New York city is enveloped in a Thai massage craze. There are more than 40 Thai massage centers in the city, about half of which opened in the last five years.
Nov. 10, 2009 – With prenatal massage promising to alleviate aches and pains of pregnancy, it's no wonder expectant moms are drawn to the spa.
Do you or your patients or clients suffer from anterior hip joint pain, especially with any physical exertion? This could be as a result of irritation to the iliopectineal bursae, which is usually due to tight hip flexors (Iliopsoas, Rectus Femoris) and a tight hip joint capsule.
The host city was Daegu, South Korea (five hours south east of Soeul), the third largest city, and in my opinion first in heat and humidity in Korea. The Summer Universiade Games are the second largest sporting event next to the Olympics. There were more than six thousand participants competing in Daegu.
Massage Therapy Expo 2007 was held in Burlington, Ontario, Canada this past November. Over 750 attended the two-day event; participating in workshops and shopping at more than 40 booths. Prizes valued at more than $20,000 were won.
BACKGROUND While mathematical models have been developed for bony movement during chiropractic manipulation, such models are not available for motion of soft tissues during other forms of manipulation and osteopathy.
In my last article I described how Passive Stretch Massage was discovered. In this article I will describe: what Passive Stretch Massage is; its risks and benefits; its indications and contraindications; and required space and equipment.
We all remember those days vividly, although I hesitate to use the word fondly. I would only be humouring myself, pretending that I could wax poetic about such a gruelling Mt. Everest-for-your-brain experience. Most graduates of the working massage world seem to smile with nostalgia upon reflection of those hallowed (seemingly endless) halls of knowledge.
I began my career over 20 years ago as a Massage Therapist and am now a spa owner, consultant, trainer and founding president of the Association of Premier Spas of Ontario. Over the years I have watched the Spa Industry change significantly to become an important provider of health maintenance and illness prevention programs and services.
Client care is our main objective as a profession, and part of providing responsible care is to be as informed about all modalities and alternative treatment options available to our clients. It is imperative to understand what other health care treatment protocols involve if we are to make informed decisions regarding the referral of our clients for alternative and/or additional treatment.
With this, our eighth issue, we kick off a third year in print for Massage Therapy Canada magazine. I’d like to thank everyone who has supported the magazine from the very beginning and would also like to take this opportunity to welcome any of you who may be new readers.
Case Study Demographics • Two male subjects • Between 48-60 y.o.a • Right hand dominant burns • partial thickness • 2nd degree burn • Electrical flash flame burns • Referred to massage for swelling and scar tissue treatment
As I mentioned in my last article, we often ignore joints and their intrinsic structures as well as joint mobilization techniques that would be of benefit. The assessment of facet joint dysfunction, in cases of low-back pain, is a specific area that we often leave to other health care professionals.
Romeo is often quoted as saying, “What is in a name? A rose, by any other name would still smell as sweet.” As a communication teacher, I always object to students mistaking a line from a play for truth. Consider the following not-so-hypothetical conversation.
Did you know that the first sense organs to develop are the ears? How important the ears and sound are to our development. A young fetus is affected by sound from inside the womb. The fetus lives in such an enchanting aquatic environment and since sound travels much more efficiently through water, it is amplified.
Women who are abused come from all socio-economic, educational and ethnic groups. More than 50 per cent of women are sexually abused by the age of 18. Traditional therapies, such as psychotherapy, although somewhat effective (Douglas & Strom 1988, Gage 1991, McArthur 1990, Mitchell 1991) do not treat the body, which is the object of the abuse.
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