Our Education

Massage Therapy

Foyer9491B.C. Registered massage therapists are professionals and are considered to be the best trained in North America.

In British Columbia,  Massage Therapists must complete a comprehensive 3000 hour medically-based college program.  As a point of reference, a four-year University Degree requires 1500 hours of instruction.

Registered Massage Therapists are trained to access and treat a variety of neuromuscular problems by manipulating the body’s soft tissue. Massage therapy has been documented as an alternative treatment for a wide range of conditions involving short term and long term pain.  In addition to “hands-on-therapy,” RMTs are also trained in the use of a wide variety of healing techniques including hydrotherapy, stretching, strengthening and postural exercises.

Registered Massage Therapists are required to continue their studies by taking specialized courses and programs in a variety of specific techniques such as Trigger Point Therapy, muscle energy, myofacial release, cranial sacral therapy and more.

All Registered Massage Therapists are governed by the College of Massage Therapists and are Regulated Health Professionals in British Columbia.  Massage therapy in BC has been a regulated health care profession since 1946.

For more information about Massage Therapy in BC visit
Massage Therapists Association of British Columbia
The College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia


Cranial Sacral Therapy

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