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CDI College’s Registered Massage Therapy (RMT) program is the best way to get job-ready training for a fulfilling and lucrative career in massage.

Train at the Best School for Massage Therapy

Becoming an RMT requires hands-on training, and in the Registered Massage Therapy program at CDI College, you’ll be fully prepared to provide massage therapy services to clients with differing needs – everyone from slip-and-fall injuries to long-term degenerative conditions.

In your massage therapy courses, you will learn about human anatomy and physiology, surgery, medications, nutrition, therapeutic exercise, hydrotherapy, arthrology, RMT regulation and business practices, and more.

Practical Massage Therapy Courses and Real-World Experience

As part of your massage therapy training, you’ll apply your knowledge and skills in the Student Clinic, working closely with clinic supervisors and interacting with clients, giving you on-the-job experience before you graduate.

Upon graduation, you’ll have all the specific competencies listed in the College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia (CMTBC) Occupational Competency Profile, ensuring you’ll be prepared to successfully complete the CMTCB registration exams.

Admission Requirements

  • High school graduation or equivalent.
  • English 12 (C+), ABE Provincial Level English (70%); LPI Level 5; or equivalent (see final page of this program outline).
  • Interview with the campus director, program coordinator, or designate.
  • Immunization report (form provided by college)
  • Criminal record check (in accordance with the Criminal Records Review Act).
  • Introduction to Massage Workshop course delivered by an accredited institution of massage therapy (offered by our college).


This program has been approved by the registrar of the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB) of the Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills and Training.

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