April 17, 2020
This episode I interview Michael Feraday, the new ED of the RMTAO. He has been launched into the role by the recent Covid 19 crisis and speaks to some of the difficulties facing RMT's and the RMTAO. We also speak about where the RMTAO is focused outside of the Covid 19 crisis and future plans.
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March 27, 2020
Pam Fitch, Cathy Ryan and I dive into the importance of how we phrase things and speak to patients. Thoughtful, provocative, and fun, this podcast will get you thinking.
Contact Pam here
Pamela Fitch, M. Ad. Ed., RMT
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Contact Damian here
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March 5, 2020
What does Kirk O'Bee do for the RMTBC as it relates to the various Massage Schools in BC? Find out here. Kirk and I explore his role and explain it to anyone out there who is wondering.
Tel: (604) 873-4467 | Toll-Free: 1-888-413-4467
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February 28, 2020
In this episode Kim and I discuss working in a rural remote location, Haida Gwaii, and we talk about the importance of culture and how it can impact how we work, why we work, where we work, and with who we work. I enjoyed the highly conversational quality of our back and forth and hope the listeners do too. Lots of culture in this one
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January 21, 2020
If you've not much idea what DermoNeuroModulation is as a model within which to approach Manual Therapy, in this podcast Mike and I break down the DNM model. Along the way, we explore a few other ideas that have influenced his own learning as a Registered Massage Therapist and how he uses these to put together the various seminars he teaches.
If you're interested in learning more you can contact Mike through his website http://wellandable.ca/contact or via
Fax: 604 952 0539
To learn more about DNM and the Neurocentric approach you can register for or book a custom seminar here http://wellandable.ca/continuing-education-courses
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November 26, 2019
Authors, Educators, Practitioners, Scientists, and Philosophers Cathy Ryan and Pam Fitch join me for a beautiful discussion on intuition and its presence in Manual Therapy. Is it useful, important, and necessary? How does science and evidence based practice relate to the idea of intuition?
Pam Fitch is the author of Talking Body, Listening Hands, a speaker, and an educator in Manual Therapy whose presence and thoughtful introspection provide a wisdom and depth that only comes with years of intentional practice.
Cathy Ryan is the co-author of Traumatic Scar Tissue Management, a speaker, and an educator in Manual Therapy who, like Pam, has walked a deeply intentional path in relation to Manual Therapy and her life. Her insight provided in this short interview is thought provoking and inspiring.
You can contact Pam at
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October 14, 2019
The Massage Therapy Association of Saskatchewan Executive Director, Lori Green, joins me this episode to discuss being an Executive Director, where things are at in Saskatchewan, and her thoughts on a what's happening nationally in Registered Massage Therapy.
Site links are
Canadian Massage Therapy Alliance
Massage Therapy Association of Saskatchewan
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September 19, 2019
Gordon and I talk about the Registered Massage Therapy Associations current goings on
We speak to membership benefits, upcoming symposiums, and various Association ins and outs.
Websites to check out are
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August 5, 2019
A brief summer break for the podcast, but we will be back. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if there are any questions. New episodes coming soon!
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