Our History-Award Winning Hall of Famer

Founded in 2011 by Linda Hoppe and Bob Cross, Seminars for Health is a Canadian-based company that provides cutting-edge online and in-person continuing education. SFH has trained over 20 000 Massage Therapists and Health Care Providers across the globe. SFH is proudly endorsed and accredited across Canada, Australia, and the USA. Additionally, SFH engaged Faculty, led by Linda Hoppe, is the creator of SFH Dynamic Cupping, SFH Kinetic Massage, SFH Orthopedic Massage, SFH Intraoral TMJ,  SFH Assisted Stretching Therapy, SFH Oncology Massage, and our latest course Target Muscle Release. Our world-renowned courses certify Health Care professionals to provide high-standard care to their patients, elevate their practice, and treat musculoskeletal conditions with lasting results.

Seminars for Health Mission

Seminars for Health is dedicated to developing and providing superior in-person and online training to Massage Therapists to provide high standard care for their clients.

Seminars for Health Vision

To elevate the Massage Therapy profession and better serve the public.

Become a Volunteer

At Seminars for Health, we are always on the lookout for exceptional therapists to join our team as Teaching Assistants! This fantastic opportunity allows you to gain invaluable hands-on experience by assisting with our annual courses. Plus, you get to dive even deeper into the content by reviewing it for a second time!

If this sounds like the exciting opportunity you’ve been waiting for, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us today! Simply shoot us an email at info@seminarsforhealth.ca and let us know why you’d be an outstanding addition to our team. Don’t forget to attach your resume, so we can get to know you better. We can’t wait to hear from you and potentially welcome you to our team of passionate professionals!

** To volunteer, you need to have already taken the class you wish to volunteer for as a student.**

We look forward to hearing from you!

At Seminars for Health, we are always looking for qualified therapists to work as Teaching Assistants with our SFH facilitators. This volunteer position is a great way to get your foot in the door to assist with the over 80 courses we teach per year. This is also a great opportunity to learn the courses in-depth for the second time.

If this interests you, please send an email to info@seminarsforhealth.ca and include why you would be a good volunteer, and attach your resume.

** To volunteer, you need to have already taken the class you wish to volunteer for as a student.**

We look forward to hearing from you!

Massage Therapy Associations

Approved for CEU across Canada, Australia, and the USA

NHPC recognizes all of our in-person and online courses!

All listed courses are approved with CMMOTA, except for newly developed courses. Courses are submitted for pre-approval.

All CMMTO members follow a 3 year period; the current period is from January 1, 2022, to December 31, 2024. Therapists are required to obtain 25 Continuing Education Credits per 3-year cycle and have to submit their proof of participation directly to CMMOTA.

Professional Skills Continuing Education Credits

  • An approved course that provides training in a modality that falls within the scope of practice for the professional designation, or involves either business skills development (marketing, bookkeeping, etc.), communication skill development, healthcare skills and protocols, assessment and interview skills, refresher courses (in anatomy, physiology, documentation, etc.), clinical procedures or protocols (example concussion protocols, or trauma protocols), client care, or self care. This training may be taken in person or online. 1 credit per hour will be awarded to a maximum of 24 credits per course (requires submission through CMMOTA Member Portal [https://app.cmmota.com/login] or Appendix 23 – CEC Course Submission Form.)

For online classes, CMMOTA will allocate 1 credit for every hour of training to a maximum of 24 credits per course.

CRMTA widely recognizes all Seminars for Health courses for CEC credits. All Active and Associate CRMTA members must complete 30 Continuing Education credits (CEC) every three years to maintain their CRMTA membership. A maximum of 10 of the 30 credits can be secondary credits. Your CRMTA membership start date determines your 3-year cycle.

Primary credits are allocated to in-class, hands-on continuing education courses related to massage therapy. One credit is awarded per hour, to a maximum of 20 credits per course/workshop.

Secondary credits are allocated to courses on modalities that enhance a massage or on one’s professional development in massage. Courses may include ethics, communication, additional modalities, etc. Participation in some CRMTA events also counts towards secondary credits.

For online classes, CRMTA will allocate one credit per hour class.

The majority of Seminars for Health courses are approved for credit; remaining courses will be submitted for approval consideration. All practicing members must obtain a minimum of 40 competency credits over three years. The current continuing education cycle runs from November  1, 2021- Oct 31, 2024.

We are proud to be certified with MTAM.

All of our listed courses are approved by MTAM except for new courses which are submitted for pre-approval.

The Quebec Associations RMQ, ANQ, and ANPQ recognize all online and in-person courses!

MTANS recognizes most of our online courses!

As Cycle 13 ends on October 31, 2022, CMTBC and registrants will transition away from the Quality Assurance model that requires completion of a specified number of approved continuing education activities in a two-year cycle.

This model of Quality Assurance – a program which consists primarily of requirements for completion of continuing education activities – is no longer current with best practices in regulation and current evidence on continuing competence.

Throughout 2023, CMTBC will continue the development of a new Quality Assurance program, a process which will include consultation with registrants, and plans to launch the new program in January 2024.

In 2023, there will be no requirement for RMTs to complete either a CMTBC-authored online course or self-directed courses for continuing education credits.  However, CMTBC asks that, in the coming year, RMTs remain current with the information provided by the College regarding the redesigned Quality Assurance program.

Although there will be no requirement for registrants to report continuing education credits in 2023, RMTs are encouraged to continue to engage in any professional development course or activity that they consider will support their practice. RMTs are individually responsible for ensuring that any modality or skills-based training they wish to complete is within the scope of practice for massage therapy, if they plan to incorporate that learning into their practice.

Beginning early next year, CMTBC will be seeking input from RMTs as part of a consultation process.

For questions related to the new Quality Assurance program, please email info@cmtbc.ca using the subject line: ‘Quality Assurance Program Development.

MA recognizes most of our online courses!

ATMS recognizes most of our online courses!

NCBTMB accreditation requirement is a minimum of 24 CEs—including 3 CEs in Ethics—every 2 years and passing a criminal background check to maintain your credential.

FSMTA recognizes most of our online courses!

I think Seminars for Health is a game changer for all of us. Linda is very passionate about our industry and I thank her tremendously for filling this much needed void. I look forward to many more courses with this fabulous team.

I have been practicing for over 20 years and by far the SFH Dynamic Cupping course is the best course that I have taken. Looking forward to more quality courses with Seminars for Health!

The depth and quality of Pregnancy and Postnatal Massage is phenomenal. Seminars for Health is not only passionate and knowledgable, but also have great instructors.

I have finished the first few courses of SFH Orthopedic Massage Certification and my clients can all feel the difference. Seminars for Health...where were you all these years?

I learned TMJ massage at school but not at this level of depth. My fingers feel comfortable navigating and my clients are at ease receiving this precise and often vulnerable work. Mara is a gifted instructor and is an expert with this material.

I took SFH Orthopedic Massage Certification as a massage student with Linda and my hands changed for the better. My student clinic clients would ask me why my techniques and touch were so much different than the others. One client who had daily headaches for 20+ years is mostly headache free now and followed me into my own practice since graduating.

I just completed the Online Kinetic Massage of the Hip course and I’m pleased with how the course was laid out. It was very informative and easy to understand. I liked how I could rewatch the videos as many times as needed while performing the techniques, I feel it made understanding the course much easier.

Fascial Decompression with Denny is AMAZING. I so wish that I took this course earlier in my career. I cannot believe the difference it has made with clients who live with persistent pain.

Linda, I'd just like to tell you that it was a great weekend. It's been a while since I've taken a course and I feel more motivated and excited to work than I have been for quite a while. Already, these new techniques, along with my existing approach, are yielding effective results.

Knowledge Network-

Together let’s raise the standard of excellence!

Our Knowledge Network is a collection of Massage Therapy clinics and their staff who come together to promote high standard care for their patients.   This network believes in education as a crucial part of the Massage Therapist career. Clinics that are part of this network support their staff in pursuing high-quality education with Seminars for Health.
If you work for a clinic that belongs to the Seminars for Health Knowledge Network, you are eligible to receive a special discount on our courses.  For more information, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at

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