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The Massage Therapist Association of Saskatchewan (MTAS) awards continuing education credits to courses that meet the submission criteria and that contain instruction that falls within the MTAS scope of practice. However, MTAS cannot attest to the quality of the courses or instructors. It is the responsibility of the course registrant to select what is of value and what is within the MTAS scope of practice to be used within his/her practice.

RAPID Neurofascial Reset - Upper Body

Saskatoon, SK

RAPID Upper Body Saskatoon, January 28-29, 2022

RAPID NeuroFascial Reset
Upper Body Seminar - Saskatoon SK

Saskatoon Inn and Conference Center

MTAS Primary Credits -15

Please join us this January in Saskatoon for the RAPID NeuroFascial Reset Upper Body course! The basis of this course is to teach the practitioner hands on neurological resets of the muscles, fascia, ligaments, and nerves. Our goal for this course is to not only give you a successful method of restoring the tissue but also increase your palpation skills and give you some cookbook protocols for some of the most complex issues that clients often present with. RAPID will give you an amazing tool to help reduce your client’s pain and increase their mobility while increasing their trust and compliance for any other therapies you offer. We know your educational dollars are precious and promise a weekend chalked full of information and instantly applicable skills to add to your “tool box”.

During our Upper Body seminar you will learn simple, immediately applicable, effective neurological releases for; migraines and headaches, frozen shoulder, lateral and medial epicondylitis, whiplash and concussion, carpal tunnel, pronator teres syndrome, impingement syndrome, nerve entrapments, TMJ-D, vertigo and tinnitus, arthritis and much more.

Curious about just what you will learn at a RAPID NeuroFascial Reset course?

Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to palpate and neurologically reduce deep fascial restrictions. Participants will also have a firm grasp of the neurological basis for fascial and muscular relaxation of the tissues and understand how to access the neurobiological system in which the fascial system communicates. Participants will also understand the role of injury in its relationship with; inflammation, tissue tightness, neuromuscular control and muscle imbalance in regard to the motor control center as well as how all of these can contribute to increased tissue restriction and pain. Participants will also gain an advanced understanding of the mechanoreception, as well as a method of manipulation to affect the greatest changes in tissue tension, tightness, and foremost pain.

Price $997.

**use code RAPIDSASK to save $200 at the checkout**

For more details and to register please visit our website: https://www.rapidnfr.com

Indian Foot Massage


Indian FOOT Massage 
JANUARY 30th (Sunday)
9:30 AM to 5:30 PM
 Location: ZOOM


4 primary credits


CPR/SFA Full Course Class

Saskatoon, SK

Timeline Safety Training has opened up a few new dates for the blended learning CPR level C & AED/SFA recertification and full course classes. Part 1 is online and you come to a full day in-person class session.

Feb 2 - 9am-5pm - CPR/SFA full course (3 spots)
Feb 27 - 9am-1pm - recertification (3 spots)
Feb 27- 1:30pm-5:30pm - recertification (4 spots)

The Red Cross has agreed that if your certification expires between now and the next available date, you can still recert as long as you register in a course prior to the expiry date of yoru current certificate.

As these waves of COVID continue, Amanda will continue to work with our members to ensure safe access to training when it is appropriate to do so.

To register or for any questions you may have, please text or call Amanda Everitt 306-717-2451 or email aboechler@hotmail.com

Please visit www.TimelineSafetyTraining.ca to see Amanda's protocols for keeping everyone safe.

CREDITS: 5 primary

MTAS office classroom: #22- 738 Quebec Avenue, Saskatoon

**To accommodate the COVID guidelines, class sizes have been reduced to ensure 6 feet spacing between participants**


Barefoot Training Specialist Level 1

Online-live webinar

February 5 and 6, 2022
13 primary credits

Barefoot Training Certification® Level 1

As the foundation to all EBFA education the BTC Level 1 Certification sets the foundation for advanced concepts in barefoot activation, reflexive stabilization and Brain. Breath. Barefoot. connections. With the foot as the only contact point between the body and the ground, this complex structure plays a critical role in the way in which our body stabilizes and reacts during dynamic movement.

In this Level 1 Certification get ready to explore how to prep the body for movement by tapping into the nervous system with barefoot science, foot to core sequencing and reflexive stability via fascial lines.

Learn concepts including:
- Foot to core sequencing via short foot
- The science of the somatosensory system
- Introduction to foot and ankle anatomy and biomechanics
- Open chain and closed chain foot assessments
- Foot function and fascial lines
- Barefoot before shod programming
- plus more

2022 Registration is live - early bird pricing available!
February 5-6, 9:30am-5:30pm EST
April 9-10, 9:30am-5:30pm EST

Contact the Regional Director of Education in Canada, Stuart Wakefield for registration details.
Email: ebfaontario@gmail.com Call: 705-350-0267


Movement Therapy and Yoga Anatomy Hawaii Retreat 2022


ProHealth Movement therapy and Yoga Anatomy – Hawaii Retreat 2022

February 6-9 or 9-12, 2022
14 primary credits

Location: Big Island - KMEC Centre
Details: 0301 Movement Therapy and Yoga Anatomy

Sign up

Trauma-Informed Leadership


LIVE WEBINAR Trauma-Informed Leadership

Feb 07, 2022 (1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Central Time)
Price: $31.99 CAD (*early rate) $41.99 CAD (regular rate) *early rate expires January 24, 2022

Online Live Webinar
Trainer: Nathan Gerbrandt
1 business credit

This is a live webinar event using Zoom, an online meeting platform. Please check system requirements prior to registering.

A compassionate and trauma-informed approach to leadership is essential for creating healthy workplace cultures. Trauma is prevalent in our world and has an impact on many of the people we interact with, including staff and colleagues.

RAPID Neurofascial Reset - Upper Body

Calgary, AB

RAPID Upper Body Calgary AB
February 12-13, 2022

Course Location: Hotel Blackfoot
5940 Blackfoot Trail SE, Calgary, AB

Cost $997.00  

Classes 9am-5:30pm Saturday,  9am-5:30pm Sunday

(seminar limited to 20)


-Migraines/ Headaches

-Frozen Shoulder

-Golfer's and Tennis Elbow

-Back Pain



-Vertigo and Tinnitis

-Arthritic Joints

-Carpal Tunnel

-Nerve Releases

-Numbness and Tingling

and much more

We reserve the right to refuse registration. 


Refund Policy:

Should you need to cancel your registration-

All refunds are subject to paypal fees.

Full refund up to 30 days prior to course date minus $100 cancellation fee.

15-30 days prior to the course 50% refund given.

Less than 15 days no refund given but we will kindly move your class to any future date or course of your choosing without penalty. 

Transfer of registration to another course or person FREE for the first transfer, $100 thereafter. Transfers less than 14 days prior to class-subject to a $100 administration fee

Deposits are non-refundable and non-transferable. Courses that are rescheduled are non-refundable however you can move your registration to a more suitable class of your choosing. 

Online classes are non-refundable.

Chiropractic Rounds

Online via live webinar


Tuesday, February 15th, 2022   

All are invited to join the webinar - click here to view the poster.

1 primary credit for MTAS members.
Dr. Mark Labrecque will confirm your participation with the MTAS office after the event.

Dr Marc-André Blanchette DC, MSc, PhD (Canada).
Dr. Blanchette is an Assistant professor at University of Quebec à Trois Rivières (UQTR). Special interest in occupational back pain, musculoskeletal epidemiology, health services research. Doctorate in public health (2017, University of Montreal). Recipient of post-doc CIHR Health System Impact Fellowship.

This presentation will focus on work disability prevention and will outline the current knowledge in prognosis, diagnosis, and interventions in this special area. We will explain why work disability prevention should be considered by healthcare providers and give examples in the work disability field. Research findings on personal, workplace-related, healthcare-related, and compensation-related work disability determinants will be reviewed.

Participants will need to sign up at the link below and then once they have registered, they will receive a link to access the webinar on February 15th at 6:30pm.

Total Body Balancing 1: Fundamentals


Virtual Learning Opportunity - Total Body Balancing 1: Fundamentals
4-Day Virtual Class - February 17 - 20, 2022
12:00 pm - 5:00 pm Daily, Eastern Time (Virtual)

26 primary credits for MTAS members

What is TBB? Total Body Balancing (TBB) It is a thorough full-body evaluation and five-phase manual therapy treatment approach every therapist should know to help customize treatment and improve outcomes.  Developed by Kerry D’Ambrogio, DOM, AP, PT, DO-MTP, this approach influences all systems of the body- craniosacral, lymphatic, musculoskeletal, myofascial, and visceral, while supporting the integration for specific treatments.

In Total Body Balancing 1 (TBB1), you will:

  • Gain an understanding of the philosophy, concepts and principles of TBB.
  • Understand the clinical importance of TBB for the treatment of joint and musculoskeletal dysfunctions.
  • Learn how to evaluate patients and formulate treatment plans by utilizing the principles of ARTS: Asymmetry, Range of Motion, Tension Tests, Special Tests.

Prerequisite: Professional healthcare practitioner, student in healthcare program or graduate awaiting licensure/accreditation with experience in sensitive, light-touch palpation.

Teacher/Presenter: Kerry D'Ambrogio, DOM, AP, PT, DO-MTP

To register, call 1-800-311-9204, ext. 2 or 561-622-4334, ext. 2
or Click here.

CranioSacral Therapy 1: Assessment of Central Nervous System and Fascia for Full Body Treatment Prot

Calgary, AB

Discover how CranioSacral Therapy (CST) works with the body’s natural rhythms to assist with a variety of conditions. CST is unique — it helps identify the source and facilitates healing, leading to optimum health and vitality.

CranioSacral Therapy:

  • Assists in autonomic nervous system regulation to help to turn down sympathetic overdrive.
  • Addresses the interfaces of the musculoskeletal system and the nervous system, such as at the myodural bridge where tensions can be broadcast up and down the entire dural system.
  • Works with the body’s fascial network to improve representation in the somato-sensory cortex.

Learn from the Source — our founder, Dr. John E. Upledger was the developer of CranioSacral Therapy. After CranioSacral Therapy 1: Assessment of Central Nervous System and Fascia for Full Body Treatment Protocol  (CS1), you will be able to immediately and easily integrate Dr. Upledger’s 10-Step Protocol into your practice.   

CranioSacral Therapy 1: Assessment of Central Nervous System and Fascia for Full Body Treatment Protocol (CS1)

Date: February 17-20, 2022
Location: Calgary, Alberta

24 primary credits
Instructor: Catherine Whelan, LMT, CST-D

Prerequisite: Professional healthcare practitioner, student in healthcare program or graduate awaiting licensure/accreditation with experience in sensitive, light-touch palpation.

Call 800-233-5880, ext. 2 or 561-622-4334, ext. 2 to register or for more information.

There are necessary protocols developed in order to attend, much like protocols in place in many clinical practices. You will receive the specifics when registering, or you may call us at 561.622.4334, ext. 2 to discuss. 

Please note that all classes are subject to change.

E-mail: upledger@upledger.com
Website: Upledger.com