Video Course: What I Wish I'd Learned in Massage School

Don Dillon

Massage schools do a great job of ensuring academic rigor, regulatory orientation, and the technical/hands-on skills required in practice. Yet, insufficient support exists in the profession to make the leap from the safe, controlled limits of the classroom into the massage body politic and the competitive marketplace. In this presentation, Don Dillon explores the concepts he wished he'd learned early on and the common nonsense that perpetuates and pollutes massage practice today.

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Don Dillon
Donald Dillon, RMT, is a practitioner, author, and speaker. He has lectured across Canada, with dozens of his articles appearing in Canadian, American, and Australian massage publications. Dillon is the recipient of four awards from the Ontario Massage Therapist Association, One Concept's Massage Therapist of the Year 2012, and he is one of the founding members of Massage Therapy Radio. His website,, provides a variety of resources for massage therapists. Learn more at
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