You can make up to $100/hr as a Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) – Earn Yourself a High Profile, Recession Proof Career in the Medical & Healthcare Industry!
The Massage Therapy Diploma program is offered:
Full-Time – Complete in 69 Weeks (mornings or evening class options)
Part-Time – Complete in 96 Weeks (weekend class option)
National Institute’s comprehensive Massage Therapy Diploma program has a CMTO approved curriculum which provides you with in-depth knowledge of massage theory and hands-on practical experience in our clinic.
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Our Massage Therapy program is designed to prepare you for taking CMTO’s Registration Examinations (MCQ & OSCE) in order to be recognized as a Registered Massage Therapist. Even more, we provide our students opportunities to network and gain practice exposure through community massage therapy events, outreach opportunities, field trips & more.
Some of the topics that you will be learning within the program include: Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology, Assessment, Treatment, Theory of Massage Therapy, Swedish Techniques, Ethics, Business & Regulation, Public Health, Kinesiology & Remedial Exercise, Hydrotherapy, Advanced Techniques, Research, Nutrition, Participation in Student Clinics.
Training to make you job ready within months
Small Class Sizes with qualified instructors
Practical application in our clinic on real clients
Relationship building with industry partners
Numerous outreach opportunities and trips for practical exposure & networking
National Institute’s recent student outreach to a community massage therapy event:
Massage Therapy career is on continual rise and the demand for Massage Therapists is growing rapidly due to increasing awareness and need for alternative medical services for body and mind healing. As a Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) you would:
Apply finger and hand pressure to specific points of the body.
Assess clients’ soft tissue condition, joint quality and function, muscle strength, and range of motion.
Confer with clients about their medical histories and any problems with stress and/or pain in order to determine whether massage would be helpful.
Develop and propose client treatment plans that specify which types of massage are to be used.
Massage and knead the muscles and soft tissues of the human body in order to provide courses of treatment for medical conditions and injuries or wellness maintenance.
Prepare and blend oils, and apply the blends to clients’ skin.
Thank you very much for everything, I was so happy in my Massage Therapy program. The director and her staff are very helpful and friendly. I appreciate it.”
– Palwinder, Graduate Registered Massage Therapist
“I received an excellent education at National Institute. My teachers were amazing, friendly, and very helpful. The small class size was just what I needed to get the individual attention and learn the information I needed to pass my CMTO certification exams.”
– Krystle Robinson, Registered Massage Therapist