Rachel’s Heartstrings Donations Results Thank you to each and everyone who donated to Rachel’s Heartstrings to support the Heart & Stroke Foundation and thank you also to those who participated by spreading the word! We raised over $1,550.00 to help with the research that might contribute to prolonging Rachel’s life. Jennifer Bloch RMT will continue to post updates on Rachel’s condition and her next surgery which should occur in the near future. THANK YOU! _______________________________________________________________ RACHEL’S HEARTSTRINGS WINNERS The names of everyone who donated $35.00 to Rachel’s Heartstrings were entered in to a draw.
Effective March 15, 2016 we will be raising our rates to help manage our expenses so that we can continue to ensure the comfort, convenience, and safety of all of our clients. Clients who have previously booked with us prior to March 15th 2016 will continue to pay the old rate until July 1, 2016 at which point the new rates will come in to effect. If you are a regular user of massage therapy, you can purchase a package of six treatments for a reduced rate*. *Package conditions: Clients may cancel their packages for a full refund at any.
2…3…4…5 Four special birthdays that weren’t even supposed to happen. Thanks to cardiology research, Rachel has beaten all the odds. She has a strong will to live and more research will give her the chance to fight. THANK YOU to everyone who donated so far! We are over the halfway mark toward our goal!! enter to win: Please continue to share RACHEL’S HEARTSTRINGS with your friends and family and remind them that if they donate $35, they will be entered to win a complimentary 30, 60, or 90 massage therapy treatment with a Registered Massage Therapist. There are plenty.
Congratulations to Jennifer Bloch who was recently elected to sit on the Board of Directors with the Registered Massage Therapy Association of Ontario (RMTAO). Jennifer is joined by a great team of Directors who are equally dedicated to advancing the profession! “I am thrilled to be part of a brilliant team of directors that will help to drive the strategic direction of the profession through the voice of the members of the RMTAO. It is a very exciting time right now with all of the hard work that is going in to enhancing our credibility within the healthcare field. For clients, the RMTAO helps to support your RMT with information.
Ayelet and I are very excited to welcome our newest associate, Colette Slone, RMT. Our growth in this little private practice over the last six months has been exponential, however, we are each very committed to maintaining a small-practice feel so that each and every one of our clients feel like they are getting the most personalized treatments that best meet their individual needs. Colette is a graduate from Sutherland-Chan and in addition to injury prevention, Colette has experience in the areas of chronic pain, sports, and pregnancy. Each of the RMTs at Jennifer Bloch & Associates is dedicated to partnering with clients individually to ensure that the treatment provided.
Happy Heart Month everyone! Don’t forget that a portion of all massage therapy appointments booked at JBRMT and paid for in the month of February will go toward Rachel’s Heartstrings (Heart & Stroke Foundation) AND if you donate $35.00 or more to the cause, you will be entered to win a FREE 30, 60, or 90 minute treatment with a Registered Massage Therapist, your chances of winning are high because there a lot of prizes being generously offered. Please consider donating to the cause and/or share this blog within your network and help me watch my niece grow up and achieve her dream to become a star. Read about Rachel’s.
February is ‘Heart Month’ and I wanted to take this opportunity to thank the Heart & Stroke foundation and all those who have donated toward the research that may have given me one more day, one more milestone to celebrate with my niece, Rachel. My 5 year old niece Rachel has Tricuspid Atresia which basically means she is missing the Tricuspid Valve in her heart that helps blood from the heart get to the lungs. Her condition is very severe, and causes her to turn blue, lose her breath, and get very tired with the smallest amount of exertion. Watch Rachel in action and see for yourself how she pushes.
Put very simply, there is no evidence that Massage Therapy eliminates toxins from your body, or that it moves them around. Your body does a good job of that on its own Moda – this is why you have a liver, kidneys, bowels, and a bladder as some examples. https://www.painscience.com/articles/toxins.php
Congratulations to Manitoba RMTs who have joined four other Canadian provinces including Ontario who Regulate the Massage Therapy Profession. What does this mean for you, as a consumer?: First and foremost, regulation protects the public by implementing minimum standards, procedures, regulations, and a code of ethics for safe and effective treatment. It imposes disciplinary actions for misconduct and it is what differentiates a “Massage Therapist” from a “Masseuse”. Anyone can call themselves a “Masseuse” but only a Regulated Massage Therapist (RMT) can provide Massage Therapy legally and safely. The regulation of massage therapy improves the standards of education so that when you book an appointment with a Massage Therapist,.