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  • 5 Aug 2018 11:02 AM | Anonymous

    CSMTA Ontario Chapter Presents!!!!


    Course Dates: September 22-23, 2018

    Location: Canadian College of Massage & Hydrotherapy (CCMH)

    405 Maple Grove Road

     Unit 4 Cambridge ON N3E 1B6 

    Time: Saturday/Sunday

    Check-in: 8:30am

    Course Start/End: 9-5pm


     Kristy Wiltshire RMT SMT(C), BA Kin

    Teaching Assistant:  

    Suzanne Moroney RMT SMT(C) 



    All allied health care practitioners are welcome.


    Early Bird Registration Deadline: September 1st, 2018 Cost

    Member $400

    Non-Member $450

    Student $350

    Regular Registration Cost

     Member $425

     Non- Member $475

     Student $350

    Course Cancellation Policy

    All cancellations must be received 7-days prior to the course and an Admin Fee of $50.00 will be retained.  Non-attendance at a course or cancellations received with less than 7-days’ notice will not be eligible for a refund.


  • 26 Jul 2018 11:14 PM | Anonymous

    Did you hear about the National AGM only 5 days left to sign up for Early Bird. Don't miss out on this event visit for more info.

  • 8 Jul 2018 11:44 PM | Anonymous

    2019 LIMA PAN AMERICAN GAMES are Looking for Therapists

    Applications   for  games   are  available   for  in your  Members  only  area  of  

    The Lima 2019 Pan American Games, will bring approximately 6,700 athletes together, will feature 39 sports and 62 disciplines between July 26th and August 11th. The Pan Am Games are the second largest multi-sport event, gathering the 41 National Olympic Committees that make up PanamSports. Lima 2019 will serve as a qualifying event to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games, ensuring the participation of the main representatives of the sports disciplines that are considered qualifiers according to the sports program.

    Lima will be host city of the sixth edition of the Parapan American Games. Over 1,890 athletes will be competing in 17 sports and 18 disciplines from August 23rd to September 01st, 2019. In 1999, Mexico City held the first edition of the Parapan American Games with 1,000 athletes from 18 countries competing in 4 Para disciplines: Para athletics, Para swimming, Para table tennis, and Para wheelchair basketball. Due to the agreement between the Americas Paralympic Committee (APC) and the International Paralympic Committee (IPC), this event will serve as qualifier for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. Since 2007, both continental events are organized by the same host country within a week of each other.

  • 8 Jul 2018 11:30 PM | Anonymous

    FISU Summer Universiade Games in Napoli, Italy July 3-14 2019

    Applications   for  games   are  available   for  in your  Members  only  area  of 

    The 2019 Summer Universiade will be held in Napoli, Italy. The 11 day multi summer sport event is scheduled to take place from July 3 to 14, 2019. 

    The Universiade takes place every two years in various cities around the world. It is one of the largest summer multisport events worldwide, second only in size to the Olympic Games. The 30th Universiade in Napoli will feature the following 18 sports: 

    ➢ Archery, Art. Gymnastics, Athletics, Basketball, Diving, Fencing, Judo, Rhy. Gymnastics, Rugby 7s, Soccer, Sailing, Shooting, Swimming, Table Tennis, Taekwondo, Tennis, Volleyball and Water-polo.  

  • 4 Jul 2018 4:48 PM | Anonymous

    Hello  Members

    "Due to unforeseeable circumstance, we have had to make changes to our Selection Chair for this round of Games.

    We are very grateful that Mavis Wahl-LeBlanc has been able to step in and take over this task for us. 

    Please use the new document attached and send your applications to her at

    All  these  documents  are posted in members only section. Please read all Info there on how to apply.



    En raison de circonstance imprévisible, nous avons dû apporter des changements à notre président de sélection pour les prochains Jeux.

    Nous sommes très reconnaissants à Mavis Wahl-LeBlanc d'avoir été en mesure d'assumer cette tâche pour nous.

    Veuillez utiliser le nouveau document ci-joint et envoyez vos demandes à"

    The deadline for application submission is midnight, July 13 2018  EST.

  • 29 Jun 2018 11:18 AM | Anonymous

    2019 Canada Winter Games: Red Deer from Feb 15th to March 3rd, 2019.

    Applications   for  games   are  available   for  in your  Members  only  area  of

    The Games will feature 19 sports, 13 sport venues, 3,600 participants and 5,000 volunteers. For more information about the venues, the sports and the Games please visit:

    Le Conseil des Jeux du Canada (CJC) sollicite votre aide pour recruter des professionnels de lasanté pour les prochains Jeux d’hiver du Canada, qui se dérouleront du 15 février au 3 mars 2019 à Red Deer, en Alberta. Les Jeux accueilleront 3 600 participants rivalisant dans 19 disciplines sur 13 sites sportifs, auxquels s’ajouteront quelque 5 000 bénévoles. Pour en savoir plus sur les sites, les sports et les Jeux, rendez-vous au

    Please note that only individuals living outside 100 km from Red Deer are to apply through the Expert Groups. Those volunteers outside the 100 km radius will fall under Canada Games Council Policies and Procedures for Sponsored Medical Personnel (travel, accommodations and per diem for meals will be provided). Sponsored Medical Personnel will be staying at the TheDays Inn Hotel in Red Deer or at accommodations in one of the satellite communities,  Kananaskis, AB and Calgary, AB. Individuals living within 100 km of the Host City or designated Satellite City will be considered local volunteers and will be subject to the 2019 Host Society’s applicable Policies and Procedures. These individuals should apply to be a local medical volunteer through the Host Society’s Volunteer Portal, which can be accessed here:

  • 27 Mar 2018 11:47 PM | Anonymous

    A belated warm welcome back to Canada for Jason White and Marcel Charland, who helped our Canadian athletes bring home 29 medals at this years Winter Olympic Games in Pyeong Chang.
    Although a privilege, we understand the huge sacrifice you both made being away from family and clinic for an extended period of time, to be part of the big Canadian family and pitch in as was needed.
    Thank you for representing the CSMTA and helping the Core Medical group, help our Canadian athletes accomplish and attain their dreams

  • 4 Nov 2017 8:30 AM | Anonymous

    Alberta Chapter of  The

    Canadian  Sport  Massage Therapists  Association   

    invites   you to  our 

    AB Chapter  Sports Symposium  

    Where : Providence Renewal Centre

    When : November 4-5th , 2017


    Advanced Sport Massage with Kip Petch

    Stretching and self care

    Please  download  the registration form and  send  to 

    CSMTA AB Chapter

    2017 CSMTA-AB Chapter Symposium Registration Form (1).docx

    2017 Stretching and Self Care Course.docx

    2017 Advanced Sport Massage Course.docx

  • 10 Sep 2017 10:03 PM | Anonymous


    The University of Alberta is pleased to announce that John M. Hogg, ’86 BMedSc, ’88 MD, will be inducted into the Sports Wall of Fame as a builder of university sport. UAlberta President David H. Turpin will present Dr. Hogg and 20 other alumni with their awards on Monday, Sept. 25, 2017, at the Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium in Edmonton.
    The Sports Wall of Fame honours athletes and builders who have made significant contributions to University of Alberta athletic programs. 

    (Dr. Hogg is the author of the "Sport Psychology: Foundations and Practice for the Massage Therapist", self-study course, published by CSMTA for the ISMDP.)

    The idea that sports are mostly a mental exercise is one of the keys to winning, and when John Hogg, ’86 BMedSc, ’88 MD, introduced his innovative sport psychology courses at the University of Alberta, people paid attention. He was involved in 12 U of A sports championships and worked as a coach and sport psychologist in more than 10 sports, helping athletes ranging from Olympians to world champions. His expertise in the field of mental preparation also led to his work being shared through hundreds of publications and conference presentations. Hogg’s work as an innovator also extended to the U of A aquatics program. In 1978, he became head coach of the swim programs. Over the next 25 years, he restructured the entire program, combining the women’s and men’s swim teams to create one unified group of athletes. Hogg’s legacy is that of a coach, a teacher and a builder who believed that great improvements in sport are possible if coaches and athletes are given the tools to succeed.
    All community members are invited to celebrate Dr. Hogg’s accomplishments at the 2017 Alumni Awards.


    Congratulations Dr. Hogg!

    From the  CSMTA / ACMS

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