Advanced Standing Massage Therapy Diploma

In this program, students will complete 200 class hours plus 35 clinical hours.
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Program Details

  • Length: 26 classes conducted from 9:00am – 5:00pm in 9 weekend modules (Friday, Saturday and Sunday)
Next start date: September 26, 2021

“The practice of Massage Therapy is the assessment of the soft tissue and joints of the body and the treatment and prevention of physical dysfunction and pain of the soft tissue and joints by manipulation to develop, maintain, rehabilitate or augment physical function, or relieve pain “

Massage Therapy Act, 1991

Prior education in the areas of anatomy, physiology, pathology, orthopedic assessment, nutrition and remedial exercise, is essential, as these topics are incorporated and included on MCQ and OSCE testing but not formally taught. Focus is on the following topics: CMTO regulatory requirements, ethical and professional practice, legislation governing the profession, introductory concepts of massage therapy, introductory and advanced massage techniques, hydrotherapy, and the outcome- based massage therapy treatment framework based on common injures, impairments, and conditions.

Lectures and practical instruction are delivered over 26 classes conducted from 9am-5pm in 9 weekend modules (Friday, Saturday and Sunday). The program begins in late September. Modules occur once each month until the following June.

Considerable time will be spent ensuring a high level of preparation for the CMTO provincial exams. Students will complete 200 class hours plus 35 clinical hours. Clinical hours may extend beyond the ending of the class modules.

Entrance Requirements

  • Certified Athletic Therapist
  • Other qualified Health Professionals if specific conditions are met
  • Current Standard First Aid & CPR Level C
  • Clear Vulnerable Sector Screening Police Clearance
  • English Language Proficiency

Application Process

  1. Request Info
  2. Massage Therapy Program Coordinator will contact you
  3. Fill out program questionnaire
  4. Meet with the Massage Therapy Program Coordinator and tour the college
  5. Receive a massage in the Student Clinic
  6. Complete on-line application, attestation of experience and submit appropriate documentation
  7. Receive acceptance into the program

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Preliminary Accreditation Granted

Preliminary Accreditation Granted

The Full time, Accelerated and Advanced standing Massage Therapy Programs at Ontario College of Health and Technology have been granted Preliminary Accreditation, the first step in the CMTCA accreditation process. Following a site visit to verify compliance with the standards, CMTCA will issue a final accreditation decision.

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