The AMTA has named Regina McLaughlin as one of the top 10 massage therapists in Regina. The award will be presented during the association’s 2016 National Convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, from October 26 to 29. The ceremony will take place on Teachers’ Day, and will include a luncheon to celebrate the work of therapists in the field. She has been practicing massage therapy for over 17 years and is a member of the Alliance of Clinical Oncology Massage. She has her own massage practice in Providence, RI.
Top 10 Massage Therapists
Megan Mckenzie graduated from the Western College of Remedial Massage Therapy in 2003. She has been practicing for four years and has been COMTA-accredited since 2005. She has a Bachelor of Science in psychology from C.W. Post University, and a Master of Science in clinical social work from Simmons College. She has extensive experience in the field of therapeutic massage and has a background in medical terminology. She has extensive training in pregnancy, myofascial cupping, and therapeutic massage. She is also experienced in treating soft tissue injuries.
Regina is a graduate of Mount Royal University, Calgary. She has practiced in a number of clinical settings throughout Alberta and has her own clinic in Regina since 2009. Her training in the field of massage has given her a comprehensive knowledge of the body’s anatomy and physiology. She has a lot of experience treating soft tissue injuries gay massage nyc. She is a great asset for clients seeking to alleviate pain. She offers prenatal massage and relaxation massage for women.
In the field of massage therapy, Regina Ross holds several certifications and has made it a career in the medical field. She is an Oncology Massage Therapist, Certified Manual Lymphatic Drainage Therapist, and a Certified Manual Lymphatic Therapist. She created the first hospital-based Oncology Massage Program in New England. The program is located at Saint Anne’s Hospital in Fall River and the Roger Williams Medical Center in Providence, RI.
Regina Dawson has earned the Jerome Perlinski Teacher of the Year Award, an honor that recognizes a lifetime of dedication to quality massage education. She is a dedicated educator at CCRI and is a teacher of massage students at CCRI. She has been a mentor for many of the college’s students. At the AMTA National Convention, she will be recognized during the celebration luncheon on Teachers’ Day.
Regina Dawson holds many certifications in the field of massage. She is an Oncology Massage Therapist, Certified Manual Lymphatic Drainage Therapist, and Certified Advanced Lymphatic Drainage Practitioner. She has worked in a hospital-based Oncology Massage Program for over 12 years and is the only massage therapy educator in New England to have this type of training. Her courses cover the fundamentals of therapeutic massage and are applicable to any part of the body.