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October 29, 2019

Physical Education is just as important as any other school subject

Physical Education (PE) is often viewed as a marginal subject within the curriculum. And many secondary schools actively reduce PE time to make way for what are deemed more “serious” or “important” subjects.

‘Swimmer’s shoulder,’ common in more than three-quarters of swimmers

Research shows that painful swimmer's shoulder may be due to heavy training load and a 'no pain, no gain' work ethic.

CBC News: ‘Don’t call it a parlour, and other things massage therapists want you to know’

Take the word 'massage' out completely and use something else, RMT says
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Massage therapy allows practitioners to expand their horizons

Compacted work weeks, whether dictated by physical demands or a focus on self-care can lend well to unconventional pursuits, related or unrelated to massage. For many massage therapists, there is time to enroll in continuing education programs or courses that would be generally cramped by 9-to-5 demands. Teaching morning classes at a yoga studio or massage college allow for afternoon and evening bookings, the time frames that are most desired by clientele with traditional jobs. » Learn more