International Academy Health Education Group Ottawa ON Canada

“Providing Quality Natural Health Education since 1980”

This year the Academy is celebrating its 36th year and has evolved into being one of the foremost academies in its field. The Academy is unique in the world because of the wide range of teachings from the old and the new Natural Health Disciplines and its strict adherence to the highest standards.

The co-founders were SirJames Marshall and Dorothy Marshall Ph.D.(Hon.), N.D.(U.K), N.H.P. , who together with an inspiring group of originating faculty, established the educational pillars of the Academy in April 1980 and implanted the “dedication to excellence” that exists today.

While the Academy draws International Students, it is 100% Canadian owned and dedicated to excellence in healthcare education.

The 7,000 sq.ft. Academy facilities house the International Academy of Massage, the International Academy of Natural Health Sciences, the International Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Meridian Educational Network and the Marshall Health Clinic.

The International Academy is dedicated to graduating highly skilled Practitioners, who have the ability to assess, establish a treatment plan and effectively treat the client to create a positive change in the person’s well-being. The objective is for graduates to exemplify excellence in professional conduct and ethics, standards of practice and community service.”

 

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Dorothy Marshall (left) – Executive Director, Recipient Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Award

Ian Marshall (right) – President & Dean

 

 

 

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