Our Massage Therapy Program involves over 2200 hours of learning such as in class lectures and practical experience. We offer program start dates 3 times per year. Winter session in January, Spring Session in May and Fall Session in September. Day Classes run Monday to Friday from 9:00 am - 3:30 pm. Evening Classes run Monday to Friday from 6:30-9:30 and Saturdays for clinical and practical labs.
During Term 1 and Term 2 emphasis is placed on learning basic knowledge of the Human Body. In Term 3 and Term 4 the focus will be on the application, knowledge, and the refinement of clinical skills.
Students will learn vital information that will help them excel in communication, professionalism, organization and time management skills that is required upon graduation. There will also be field trips to medical laboratories, cadaver laboratories, hospitals, office functions, rehab clinics and sporting events.
|Massage Therapy: Year 1 ( 960 hours )|
|1||Anatomy and Physiology I||200 h|
|2||Pathology I||100 h|
|3||Professional Development I||30 h|
|4||Palpation Lab I||40 h|
|5||Massage Theory and Techniques||200 h|
|6||Clinical Assessment I||70 h|
|7||Public Health||40 h|
|8||Hydrotherapy I||60 h|
|9||Therapeutic Exercise I||40 h|
|10||Treatment Massage I||100 h|
|11||Research I||30 h|
|12||Massage Therapy Clinic I||40 h|
|13||Outreach I||10 h|
|Massage Therapy: Year 2 ( 960 hours )|
|14||Anatomy and Physiology II||170 h|
|15||Pathology II||90 h|
|16||Professional Development II||40 h|
|17||Palpation Lab II||30 h|
|18||Advanced Massage Theory and Techniques||100 h|
|19||Clinical Assessment II||100 h|
|20||Hydrotherapy II||50 h|
|21||Kinesiology and Therapeutic Exercise II||80 h|
|23||Foundations of Wellness||50 h|
|24||Business Management||60 h|
|25||Massage Theory and Treatment Techniques II||200 h|
|26||Research II||30 h|
|27||Massage Theory Clinic II||150 h|
|28||Outreach II||40 h|
Applicants who do not meet any part of the Entrance Requirements will be considered on an individual Basis.
Within 1-2 weeks of receipt of your application and documents, you will be notified whether you have met all requirements for admission to RCCMT. If not, we will let you know about any items missing or if further steps need to be taken.
Students with diplomas or courses in the following programs are eligible to apply for our advanced standing program:
We are constantly being called and emailed by potential employers. Many possible job opportunities are available for RMT's, please call us or come in and look through our employment postings binder. We would happy to assist you in finding a job that is right for you. We keep all resumes and applications on file so, please feel free to send us an email and/or fax with your resume. We will post positions as they come available on our website.
We post any outside positions available on our Bulletin Board at the College for your viewing.
Term 1 and Term 2 emphasis is placed on learning basic knowledge of the Human Body. In Term 3 and Term 4 the focus will be on the application, knowledge, and the refinement of clinical skills.
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