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Link between obesity and sleep loss


How exercise supports your mental fitness: Current recommendations


In B.C., RMTs set to be one of the first professions to return from COVID-19 lockdown

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Politi-size me! Massage therapists are passionate, but they need to be political

Massage therapists have largely avoided advocating their interests in the public sphere. They are passionate advocates for the health and wellbeing of their patients, occasionally calling gatekeeper health disciplines directly in the patient’s interest. RMTs push patients to exercise, sleep enough and get sufficient rest. They demonstrate impressive results and want to be recognized and respected as practitioners in primary health care. So why do they stop short of the ask, “Include us in health care funding, research and provision of services.” Massage therapists are demonstrably passionate; they need to be political. » Learn more