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happenings SEE YOU THERE NORTH AMERICAN RESEARCH CONFERENCE ON COMPLEMENTARY & INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE MAY 12–15 MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA 612-767-7984 WWW.IMCONSORTIUM- CONFERENCE.ORG Sponsored by the Consortium of Academic Health Centers for Integrative Medicine, the conference will showcase CAM research through presentations and scientific sessions. THE AESTHETIC SHOW JUNE 5–7 LAS VEGAS, NEVADA 949-830-5409 WWW.AESTHETICSHOW.COM Designed to bring all new procedures, products, and technologies together in one venue, this show includes introduction of the hottest new procedures related to the science of rejuvenation. INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF SUBTLE ENERGIES AND ENERGY MEDICINE JUNE 26–JULY 1 WESTMINSTER, COLORADO 303-425-4625 WWW.ISSSEEM.ORG This year's theme is Sacred Synthesis: Science with Heart. Presenters include Puran and Susanna Bair, Mae Wan Ho, Steve Levin, and Rustum Roy. FACE & BODY SPA & HEALTHY AGING CONFERENCE AND EXPO JULY 11–13 SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA 630-653-2155 WWW.FACEANDBODY.COM The product-neutral educational program will feature two half days of education. Industry-driven educational tracks feature topics such as business-building, esthetic science, trends, and wellness/sustainability. AMERICAN POLARITY THERAPY ASSOCIATION SEPTEMBER 3–6 CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 336-574-1121 WWW.POLARITYTHERAPY.ORG In celebrating 25 years of polarity therapy, there is a call for volunteers to help in a variety of ways, from being on the Conference Committee to offering specialized skills. THE ENERGY KINESIOLOGY AND TOUCH FOR HEALTH KINESIOLOGY ASSOCIATIONS JULY 17–20 WASHINGTON, D.C. 800-466-8342 WWW.TFHKA.ORG This year's theme is Kinesiology Around the World. EVERYBODY DESERVES A MASSAGE WEEK ASSOCIATED BODYWORK & MASSAGE PROFESSIONALS JULY 19–25 NATIONWIDE 800-458-2267 WWW.ABMP.COM ABMP members give their time, money, and effort to help those less fortunate, while raising the profession's visibility. INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ANIMAL MASSAGE & BODYWORK SEPTEMBER 3–5 SEATTLE, WASHINGTON 800-903-9350 WWW.IAAMB.ORG This year's speakers and topics include Ken Bain, Tapping Into the Canine Sports Market; Cindy Horsfall, Canine Water Therapy; and Polly Klein, Your Animals Are Talking; Are You Listening? HEALING TOUCH INTERNATIONAL SEPTEMBER 3–6 TUCSON, ARIZONA 303-989-7982 WWW.HEALINGTOUCH INTERNATIONAL.ORG This year's theme is Creating Flow: Healing Globally. FASCIA RESEARCH CONGRESS OCTOBER 27–30 AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS INFO@FASCIACONGRESS.ORG HTTP://FASCIACONGRESS.ORG/2009 This year will include presentation of the clinical practices both in lecture/demonstrations and in small group sessions, as well as integration with academic faculty conducting rehabilitation research. HIGHLIGHTING MASSAGE THERAPY IN CIM RESEARCH MAY 13–15, 2010 SEATTLE, WASHINGTON 847-869-5019 WWW.MASSAGETHERAPY FOUNDATION.ORG Sponsored by Massage Therapy Foundation, this conference will bring together massage and manual therapy practitioners, educators, complementary and integrative medicine researchers, allied health professionals, and others interested in massage therapy-related research. visit to access your digital magazine 21

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