Event Information

Upcoming Events

    • March 16, 2018
    • June 25, 2018
    • 16 sessions
    • Moncton Lions Community Centre, 473 St. George Street, Moncton, New Brunswick

    COAT Upcoming Dates:

    Spring 2018,  Moncton NB

    • March 16 to 19th
    • April 20th to 23rd
    • May 25th to 28th
    • June 22nd to 25th

    Foundations Course Objectives

    • Understanding of Qi and its effects on the body
    • Application of the laws and the five elements
    • Understanding of primary channels, and specific points
    • Treat musculoskeletal conditions and pain
    • Know and apply acupuncture assessments
    • Understand Chinese philosophy of treatment
    • Application of Moxibustion, Cupping, and Electro-Acupuncture
    • Auricular, Scalp and Hand Acupunctures in treatment protocols

    Prerequisites:

    All of the professions listed under the Ontario RHPA meet the entrance criteria including:Physician, Physiotherapist, Occupational Therapist, Registered Nurse, Chiropractor, Veterinarian, Registered Massage Therapist & Naturopath.

    Instructors:
    Shenan Hartwell R.Ac, RMT, Tracie Blair B.A.,R.Ac.,R.M.T.
    Length: 16 days in class divided into 4 sessions (9am-5pm.) and case studies.

    Course Costs:

    • $3500: Price includes course notes and class supplies.
    • 10% discount for full payment 60 days prior to the start of class.
    • EXTENDED OFFERS TO FEB 1st, 2018
      • 5% discount for full time students and recent graduates.
      • $500 non-refundable deposit is required to secure your position in the course.
      • If the course is cancelled from these course dates, the deposit will be refunded.

    Installment Plan:

    • Payment is due at the start of each module.
    • A module is considered 4 days; usually Friday through Monday.
    • Extended Weekend Course (four days once a month) $750 per module

    Please send a deposit to hold your place. The deposit is $500.00.

    1. If you would like to pay by Visa or MasterCard
      • please contact: Tracie or Shenan
      • Telephone:  1-866-615-2787
    2. For e-transfer please send to email:  tracie@collegeofacupuncture.com
      • Please also provide in a separate email your security answer with exact punctuation, capitalization etc.

    For More Information

    College of Acupuncture & Therapeutics
    210-428 Portage Avenue
    Winnipeg Manitoba
    Canada R3C 0E2
    Telephone: 18666152787
    Url: http://www.collegeofacupuncture.com

    LOCATION:

    Moncton Lions Community Centre
    473 St. George Street
    Moncton, New Brunswick
    Google Maps Link


    • July 14, 2018
    • 09:00
    • July 15, 2018
    • 17:30
    • Future Inns Halifax Hotel & Conference Centre. 30 Fairfax Drive, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada B3S 1P1


    Location

    Future Inns Halifax Hotel & Conference Centre

    30 Fairfax Drive, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada B3S 1P1

    Registration

    http://www.rapidadhesionrelease.com/upcoming-seminars

    Investment

    Cost $499.00 By July 1st, $599.00 After July 1st

    Notes

    • CEUs: 15
    • Seating is limited to 22 participants.
    • Requirements and Details will be forwarded closer to date.
    • July 23, 2018
    • TBA, Summer Street, Halifax, NS

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    Priority First Aid Training are experts in delivering first aid and CPR training to people requiring first aid training for new employment and continued employment.

    1. We enjoy working with small groups of students. Small classes are excellent for learning first aid.

    2. Your time is valuable, we stay on topic.

    3. Your warehouse, home, shop floor, clinic or boardroom makes a perfect place to learn first aid.

    4. We provide the Provincially and Nationally recognized Lifesaving Society of Nova Scotia First Aid certification.

    For more information and to register please visit: http://priorityfirstaid.ca/

    July 23, Emergency First Aid "B" Update/Refresher ($ 70.00)
    Duration: 6.5 hours
    Location: TBA (Summer Street, Halifax)

    July 23, Standard First Aid Update ($ 100.00)
    Duration: Initial 16 Hours, Refresher 8 hours
    Location: TBA (Summer Street, Halifax)

    July 23, Health Care Provider "C" and " BVM" ($ 65.00)
    Location: TBA (Summer Street, Halifax)


    • July 23, 2018
    • TBA, Summer Street, Halifax, NS

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    Priority First Aid Training are experts in delivering first aid and CPR training to people requiring first aid training for new employment and continued employment.

    1. We enjoy working with small groups of students. Small classes are excellent for learning first aid.

    2. Your time is valuable, we stay on topic.

    3. Your warehouse, home, shop floor, clinic or boardroom makes a perfect place to learn first aid.

    4. We provide the Provincially and Nationally recognized Lifesaving Society of Nova Scotia First Aid certification.

    For more information and to register please visit: http://priorityfirstaid.ca/

    July 23, Standard First Aid Update/Refresher ($ 100.00)
    Duration: Initial 16 Hours, Refresher 8 hours
    Location: TBA (Summer Street, Halifax)

    July 23, Health Care Provider "C" and " BVM" ($ 65.00)
    Location: TBA (Summer Street, Halifax)


    • July 23, 2018
    • TBA, Summer Street, Halifax, NS

    logo

    Priority First Aid Training are experts in delivering first aid and CPR training to people requiring first aid training for new employment and continued employment.

    1. We enjoy working with small groups of students. Small classes are excellent for learning first aid.

    2. Your time is valuable, we stay on topic.

    3. Your warehouse, home, shop floor, clinic or boardroom makes a perfect place to learn first aid.

    4. We provide the Provincially and Nationally recognized Lifesaving Society of Nova Scotia First Aid certification.

    For more information and to register please visit: http://priorityfirstaid.ca/

    Health Care Provider "C" and " BVM" ($ 65.00)
    Duration: Initial 4 Hours, Refresher 2 hours
    Location: TBA (Summer Street, Halifax)

    • July 24, 2018
    • July 29, 2018
    • 6 sessions
    • The Lantern, 35 Barnes Road, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada A1C 3X1

    Reflexology: Diploma Course

    CEUs: Primary Category A (300-Hours)
    Hours: 9:30a – 4:30p
    Investment: $975.00 plus HST

    LocationS 

    • Coastal Inn, 502 Kennedy Street, Dieppe, New Brunswick, Canada E1A 5Y7; June 7 – 12
    • The Lantern, 35 Barnes Road, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada A1C 3X1; July 24 – 29,
    • CCMH Halifax, 180-6960 Mumford Road, Mumford Professional Centre, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada B3L 4P1; Sep 21 – 26

    Description and Content

    This is a 300-hour diploma course learning foot reflexology with in-class hours, home study, theory & practical examinations (and 60 hours of case studies). 

    Course content will include:

    Theory – The holistic approach, history of Reflexology, structure of feet, disorders and conditions of the feet, reactions to treatment, theories and concept of reflex zones and their functions, effects of stress on the body and how reflexology can help, methods of client consultation, clinical pathology, contraindications to treatment, appropriate client care, referral procedures

    Practical - reading of the feet, interpreting the reflexes, learning to perform different reflexology techniques and explain a complete reflexology treatment.

    Home Study – There is a minimum of 100 hours of home study/assignments to be completed.

    Examinations – Students will attend 1 further day of a two-hour written and a one-hour practical examination.

    Case studies – Students will be expected to complete a total of 60 hours of treatments on clients. Each client must have a minimum of 6 treatments and a full case study and evaluation will be written up and presented before certification.

    For More Information

    Visit: http://www.footstepsreflexologyschool.com/reflexology_school_training.htm

    eMail: info@footstepsreflexologyschool.com

    Course Provider: Janet Williams, Director of Footsteps Reflexology School

    • July 28, 2018
    • 09:00 - 17:00
    • CCMH Halifax, Suite 180, 6960 Mumford Road, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, B3L 4P1

    Reiki TrainingDragonfly Release

    Jade Stone Massage Workshop

    July 28th 2018:  900am-5.00pm

    Due to increased demand, this popular one day course of instruction is being offered as follows:
    Primary CEU’s: 
    MTWPAM (5), MTANS (4)

    Location: Canadian College of Massage & Hydrotherapy, Halifax

    Investment: $300.00 plus HST (Holding deposit required of $ 150.00 + HST)

    Description

    • This is more than just another hot stone massage course!!!!
    • The one day course will show you the techniques required to deliver a full body treatment, using both hot and cold stones, for therapeutic effect.
    • The course will also demonstrate how to best market/sell the treatment to potential clients, recognize contraindications and indications for treatments, how it can assist in the treatment of various therapeutic condition scenarios and the benefits of having such a hydrotherapy modality ready to hand.
    • Course content delivers one full day of practical training including Preparation for Treatment, Protocols, Contra Indications and a Handbook detailing a step by step guide of specific treatment areas, together with your certificate and full receipt.
    • All training materials, including stone heaters, set of 20 Jade stones etc will be provided, except linens & lotion which must be provided by you.
    • Details of the linen pack required will be provided upon registration.
    • Please note a non-refundable/transferable deposit of $150+HST is required to secure your place on this popular and well attended course, which is limited to a maximum of six attendees.

    Applications directly to jeff@dragonflyrelease.com where an invoice for payment will be provided.  This will be the last Jade Stone Course until late Fall!!

    Jeff Phillips
    RMT, Reflexologist, Reiki Master/Teacher
    www.dragonflyrelease.com
    Cell:  9024715059

    • July 30, 2018
    • 10:00 - 16:00
    • The Lantern, 35 Barnes Road, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada A1C 3X1

    Reflexology: Hand Workshop

    CEUs: Primary Category A (8 Hours)
    Hours: 10:00a – 4:00p
    Investment: $190.00 plus HST

    LocationS

    • Coastal Inn, 502 Kennedy Street, Dieppe, New Brunswick, Canada E1A 5Y7; June 13
    • The Lantern, 35 Barnes Road, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada A1C 3X1; July 30
    • CCMH Halifax, 180-6960 Mumford Road, Mumford Professional Centre, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada B3L 4P1; Sep 27

    Description and Content

    This is a 1-day workshop for massage therapists, reflexology therapists, aestheticians and other healthcare workers who wish to add to their current practice.

    Course content will include:

    Theory – History of Reflexology, Observation, analysis of hands, anatomy & physiology of hands, when to use hand reflexology, reactions to and effects from treatment, common conditions to work with, contraindications Treatment practice, positioning etc., copying hand reflex areas from hand chart

    Practical – Exercises for the hand, hand relaxation exercises, practical techniques for the routine.

    Students to complete 20 hours of case studies but there is no examination.

    For More Information

    Visit: http://www.footstepsreflexologyschool.com/reflexology_school_training.htm

    eMail: info@footstepsreflexologyschool.com

    Course Provider: Janet Williams, Director of Footsteps Reflexology School

    • July 31, 2018
    • 09:00 - 17:00
    • The Lantern, 35 Barnes Road, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada A1C 3X1

    Indian Head Massage: Workshop

    CEUs: Primary Category A (8 Hours)
    Hours: 9:00a – 5:00p
    Investment: $290.00 plus HST

    LocationS

    • Coastal Inn, 502 Kennedy Street, Dieppe, New Brunswick, Canada E1A 5Y7; June 14
    • The Lantern, 35 Barnes Road, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada A1C 3X1; July 31
    • CCMH Halifax, 180-6960 Mumford Road, Mumford Professional Centre, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada B3L 4P1; Sep 28

    Description and Content

    This is a 1-day workshop for massage therapists, reflexology therapists, aestheticians and other healthcare workers who wish to add to their current practice.

    Course content will include:

    Theory – History of Indian Head Massage, the uses of Indian Head Massage today, benefits and effects of

    treatment, contraindications and contra-actions, chakras, review of anatomy & physiology of areas worked on

    Practical – Therapist and client preparation, client intake form and consultation, massage movements and their effects, oils for scalp massage, applying the massage, learning a 30-minute routine.

    For More Information

    Visit: http://www.footstepsreflexologyschool.com/reflexology_school_training.htm

    eMail: info@footstepsreflexologyschool.com

    Course Provider: Janet Williams, Director of Footsteps Reflexology School

    • August 18, 2018
    • 09:30
    • August 19, 2018
    • 18:30
    • TBA

    The Cupping Revolution is coming to Halifax August 18th and 19th, 2018

    For information and to register please contact Barb Jay via barbcuppingrevolution@gmail.com

    Course Description

    Day 1

    • Recognize the history of cupping around the world and its uses throughout cultures
    • Recall the evolution of techniques and materials throughout the ages, contemporary uses and recent research on cupping
    • Identify the difference between wet and dry cupping methods
    • Identify the 3 types of cups most commonly used
    • Recognize the 3 depths of cupping
    • Identify the 3 types of dry cupping techniques most commonly used
    • Classify the significance of cupping marks
    • Understand the ethics and professional standards of applying cups
    • List the indications, contraindications and precautions in cupping therapy
    • Apply proper sanitization methods to cupping equipment
    • Demonstrate basic cupping techniques

    Day 2

    • Identify specific East Asian Medicine terminology
    • Differentiate between excess & deficient; heat and cold conditions and how they present in the body
    • Understand and identify 5 types of cupping marks
    • Apply 4 types of cupping styles
    • Use silicone cups to treat musculoskeletal conditions of the shoulder, lumbosacral, abdominal and legs
    • Use silicone cups to treat muscular tension in the torso associated with respiratory conditions
    • Apply cupping techniques to the face and neck
    • Drape and treat clients in prone, sidelying and supine positions
    Advanced standing to Day 2 may be granted for those possessing cupping certification. please contact Barb for more details.

    • September 21, 2018
    • September 26, 2018
    • 6 sessions
    • CCMH Halifax, 180-6960 Mumford Road, Mumford Professional Centre, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada B3L 4P1

    Reflexology: Diploma Course

    CEUs: Primary Category A (300-Hours)
    Hours: 9:30a – 4:30p
    Investment: $975.00 plus HST

    LocationS 

    • Coastal Inn, 502 Kennedy Street, Dieppe, New Brunswick, Canada E1A 5Y7; June 7 – 12
    • The Lantern, 35 Barnes Road, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada A1C 3X1; July 24 – 29,
    • CCMH Halifax, 180-6960 Mumford Road, Mumford Professional Centre, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada B3L 4P1; Sep 21 – 26

    Description and Content

    This is a 300-hour diploma course learning foot reflexology with in-class hours, home study, theory & practical examinations (and 60 hours of case studies). 

    Course content will include:

    Theory – The holistic approach, history of Reflexology, structure of feet, disorders and conditions of the feet, reactions to treatment, theories and concept of reflex zones and their functions, effects of stress on the body and how reflexology can help, methods of client consultation, clinical pathology, contraindications to treatment, appropriate client care, referral procedures

    Practical - reading of the feet, interpreting the reflexes, learning to perform different reflexology techniques and explain a complete reflexology treatment.

    Home Study – There is a minimum of 100 hours of home study/assignments to be completed.

    Examinations – Students will attend 1 further day of a two-hour written and a one-hour practical examination.

    Case studies – Students will be expected to complete a total of 60 hours of treatments on clients. Each client must have a minimum of 6 treatments and a full case study and evaluation will be written up and presented before certification.

    For More Information

    Visit: http://www.footstepsreflexologyschool.com/reflexology_school_training.htm

    eMail: info@footstepsreflexologyschool.com

    Course Provider: Janet Williams, Director of Footsteps Reflexology School

    • September 27, 2018
    • 10:00 - 16:00
    • CCMH Halifax, 180-6960 Mumford Road, Mumford Professional Centre, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada B3L 4P1

    Reflexology: Hand Workshop

    CEUs: Primary Category A (8 Hours)
    Hours: 10:00a – 16:00p
    Investment: $190.00 plus HST

    LocationS

    • Coastal Inn, 502 Kennedy Street, Dieppe, New Brunswick, Canada E1A 5Y7; June 13
    • The Lantern, 35 Barnes Road, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada A1C 3X1; July 30
    • CCMH Halifax, 180-6960 Mumford Road, Mumford Professional Centre, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada B3L 4P1; Sep 27

    Description and Content

    This is a 1-day workshop for massage therapists, reflexology therapists, aestheticians and other healthcare workers who wish to add to their current practice.

    Course content will include:

    Theory – History of Reflexology, Observation, analysis of hands, anatomy & physiology of hands, when to use hand reflexology, reactions to and effects from treatment, common conditions to work with, contraindications Treatment practice, positioning etc., copying hand reflex areas from hand chart

    Practical – Exercises for the hand, hand relaxation exercises, practical techniques for the routine.

    Students to complete 20 hours of case studies but there is no examination.

    For More Information

    Visit: http://www.footstepsreflexologyschool.com/reflexology_school_training.htm

    eMail: info@footstepsreflexologyschool.com

    Course Provider: Janet Williams, Director of Footsteps Reflexology School

    • September 28, 2018
    • 09:00 - 17:00
    • CCMH Halifax, 180-6960 Mumford Road, Mumford Professional Centre, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada B3L 4P1

    Indian Head Massage: Workshop

    CEUs: Primary Category A (8 Hours)
    Hours: 9:00a – 5:00p
    Investment: $290.00 plus HST

    LocationS

    • Coastal Inn, 502 Kennedy Street, Dieppe, New Brunswick, Canada E1A 5Y7; June 14
    • The Lantern, 35 Barnes Road, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada A1C 3X1; July 31
    • CCMH Halifax, 180-6960 Mumford Road, Mumford Professional Centre, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada B3L 4P1; Sep 28

    Description and Content

    This is a 1-day workshop for massage therapists, reflexology therapists, aestheticians and other healthcare workers who wish to add to their current practice.

    Course content will include:

    Theory – History of Indian Head Massage, the uses of Indian Head Massage today, benefits and effects of

    treatment, contraindications and contra-actions, chakras, review of anatomy & physiology of areas worked on

    Practical – Therapist and client preparation, client intake form and consultation, massage movements and their effects, oils for scalp massage, applying the massage, learning a 30-minute routine.

    For More Information

    Visit: http://www.footstepsreflexologyschool.com/reflexology_school_training.htm

    eMail: info@footstepsreflexologyschool.com

    Course Provider: Janet Williams, Director of Footsteps Reflexology School

    • November 03, 2018
    • 09:00
    • November 04, 2018
    • 17:00
    • TBA, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

    Fascial Approaches: Head, Neck, Jaw

    2018 Dates

    • February 10 & 11 (Halifax, NS)
    • April 21 & 22 (Cambridge, ON)
    • November 3 & 4 (Halifax, NS (ADVANCED HNJ, $450))

    Investment:  $400 (includes HST)

    Time: 9am - 5pm

    Course Description

    It is absolutely incredible how our bodies are constantly trying to correct our alignment but in doing so we end up with so many muscle imbalances leading to increased tension
    and poor posture.

    When the fascia and musculature of our upper body and neck region become tight, from postural strains or injuries, it can create pain and tension in our anterior, lateral or posterior neck regions as well as pain and dysfunction at our temporomandibular joints.

    Please join me in exploring how to assess and treat this area using fascial techniques and exercises to bring about decreased tension, pain and dysfunction, while restoring alignment.

    What you will learn:

    • How to assess for head, neck and jaw imbalances.
    • The relationships that the muscles of the upper body and pelvis region have with each other and their role in imbalances of the head, neck and jaw.
    • How to address the fascial tension of the anterior and posterior upper body, as well as the head, neck and jaw.
    • How to put an effective treatment plan together to treat the head, neck and jaw region and surrounding tissue.
    • Hands on techniques and practice to treat the head, neck and jaw region.
    • Stretches to isolate specific muscles and their matching fascia.

    Biography

    Peter Stuart has been a massage therapist and educator since 1993, specializing in myofascial release within patient-centred therapy, treatment of chronic pain
    conditions, and transformation from the negative effects of trauma. He is the founder and lead instructor for Stuart Therapies & Seminars Inc.

    Registration Detail

    To register, or for more information: peterstuart@me.com or 902.452.4730

    Attached PDF: Stuart Seminars - Head, Neck & Jaw (2018)


    • November 24, 2018
    • 09:00
    • November 25, 2018
    • 17:00
    • TBA, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

    Fascial Approaches: The Shoulder

    2018 Dates:

    • October 13 & 14 (Moncton, NB)
    • November 24 & 25 (Halifax, NS)

    Investment: $400 (includes HST)

    Time: 9am - 5pm

    Course Description

    The shoulder joint, is the most flexible joint in the body. It is surrounded and influenced by over a dozen muscles which allow it the greatest ranges of motion possible of any joint of the body. When the integrity of this joint is affected by trauma, most of these muscles and their associated fascia will respond by creating excessive tensile forces to protect this area from any further harm.

    Upper trapezius and levator scapula muscles when they are stressed by physical, mental and emotional trauma as well as posture can take on a seemingly solidified texture.

    Join us in exploring how to assess and treat this area using fascial techniques and exercises to bring about release to the muscles and fascia of the shoulder region.

    What you will learn:

    • How to assess for shoulder imbalances.
    • Understanding the relationships that the muscles of the shoulder region have with each other and their role in the imbalance.
    • How to address the fascial tension of the anterior and posterior upper body.
    • Fascial treatment for specific musculature.
    • How to put an effective treatment plan together to treat the shoulder region and surrounding tissue.
    • Hands on techniques and practice to treat the shoulder region.
    • Stretches to isolate specific muscles and their coinciding fascia.

    Biography

    Peter Stuart has been a massage therapist and educator since 1993, specializing in myofascial release within patient-centred therapy, treatment of chronic pain
    conditions, and transformation from the negative effects of trauma. He is the founder and lead instructor for Stuart Therapies & Seminars Inc.

    Registration Detail

    To register, or for more information: peterstuart@me.com or 902.452.4730

    Attached PDF: Stuart Seminars - Shoulder (2018)

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