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Toronto, ON -- May 13, 2011 – Vonavo Media Group Inc., a Toronto-based investment company, has announced the launch of www.Therapists.ca, a brand new online directory focused on therapists listings.
April 21, Barrie, ON – Andrew MacWha and Elise Walmsley-MacWha, creators of the Will to Heal Technique, invite RMTs to join them in an audio-visual journey through the mind and body.
NEWS HIGHLIGHT Mizuno sponsors registered massage therapist  Registered massage therapist (RMT) and fitness specialist Paul Lewis has received notification that sports equipment provider Mizuno Canada will sponsor his continued efforts at promoting the well-being of others through education, sport and massage therapy.
April 15, Barrie, ON – Georgian College is soon to be home to the Centre for Health and Wellness, a state-of-the-art facility that will house clinics and laboratories for the college’s health care programs, including massage therapy.
Although sleep has been a human preoccupation through the ages, the scientific study of sleep is surprisingly recent, and sleep medicine is an even newer area of study. The book Le Problème Physiologique du Sommeil, published by French scientist Henri Pieron in 1913, is viewed as the first examination of sleep from a physiological perspective. Dr. Nathaniel Kleitman, the “Father of American Sleep Research,” began his work in the 1920s. Basically, the current understanding of sleep health has been evolving over fewer than 100 years.
March 29, Mississauga, ON - Paul Lewis, RMT, has partnered with friends, colleagues and companies in Canada, Europe and the U.S. to offer wellness-related events featuring chair massage treatments and/or fitness classes, with proceeds going via the Red Cross to help those in Japan.
Feb. 17, Hamilton, ON – The Ontario College of Health and Technology student massage therapy clinic announces its shift to green practices.
NEWS HIGHLIGHT Student massage therapy clinic goes green The Ontario College of Health and Technology student massage therapy clinic announces its shift to green practices.
This profession does make a difference in people’s lives. And if you are a clinic owner/manager who would like to contribute to this difference as well as leave a legacy, then you need to have reliable associates working with you.
This winter issue welcomes us all to a new year – as your editor, I would like to extend my wishes for good health, happiness and prosperity in 2011.
Jan. 4, Evanston, IL –The Massage Therapy Foundation (MTF) has announced the winners of the 2010 Practitioner Case Report Contest.
Dec.15, Simcoe, ON – Massage Therapy Canada magazine and website would like to wish our readers a very safe and happy holiday season and blessings for good health, prosperity and happiness in the new year.
NEWS HIGHLIGHT Happy Holidays to MTC readers Massage Therapy Canada magazine and website would like to wish our readers a very safe and happy holiday season and blessings for good health, prosperity and happiness in the new year.
Nov. 9, Hamilton, Ont. - The ONE Concept environmental revolution in progressive health practices was launched at the Canadian Massage Conference in Burlington, Ontario.
Nov. 8, Simcoe, Ont. – The 2010 Canadian Massage Conference saw a large and varied assembly of RMTs and students gathered for three days of informative presentations and workshops mixed with enjoyable social and networking events.
NEWS HIGHLIGHT Canadian Massage Conference a big success! The 2010 Canadian Massage Conference saw a large and varied assembly of RMTs and students gathered for three days of informative presentations and workshops mixed with enjoyable social and networking events.
This is a spectacular time of year, when Canada boasts a wonderful collage of colours. Fall is universally a time of change, not just outdoors, but also within our professional surroundings – it’s a time to reset our routine and focus. As professionals, we look to goal setting and growth, both individually and collectively.
Oct.18, Coconut Creek, FL – Save your Hands, a program that trains massage therapists how to teach injury prevention to other manual therapists, announces certification courses in fall 2010 and winter 2011.
NEWS HIGHLIGHT Program trains therapists to save their hands Save your Hands, a program that trains massage therapists how to teach injury prevention to other manual therapists, announces certification courses in fall 2010 and winter 2011.
Aug. 13, Victoria, BC – The Natural Health Practitioners of Canada (NHPC) association warmly invites RMTs to share in its 2010 Whole Health Conference, a learning celebration of the human mind, body and spirit to be held in Victoria, British Columbia from October 29-31, 2010.

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