Delivering Nationally-Recognized Competency-Based Training
Upon successful completion of our competency-based program, graduates are prepared to confidently sit and successfully complete provincial exams, including the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO) and the College of Massage Therapists of Newfoundland and Labrador’s (CMTNL) registration examinations for entry to practice as a Registered Massage Therapist.

Program Options

We offer Massage Therapy Diploma students the flexibility of three start times:

First Option: a 21 month program, starting in late August, which has a Christmas break and a summer holiday.

Second Option: a 16 month Fast Track program, with a late April 2018 start date, in which students attend classes right through the summer months.

Third Option: Online-Onsite Blended Program. This program starts every May and takes 3 1/2 years to complete.

For the onsite options, classes are full time: Monday through Friday, from 8:30 am to 3:15 pm.
In addition, during Terms 2 -4, students complete their student clinic and community clinic internships after class hours, one to two evenings per week.

The first two years of the Online-Onsite Blended Program are completed online, one course at a time. Once the online courses are successfully completed, students attend practical classes onsite, here in Halifax, over a 16 month period. These classes are held during regular class hours: 8:30am to 3:15pm, with one to two clinics nights a week.

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Beverley’s Story: No Regrets!

Our students come from all sorts of backgrounds, but most commonly Kinesiology. Beverley Ball started out as a Kinesiologist, but now has been an RMT for 15 years. We spoke with Beverley to talk about her journey at CCMH and any updates that she’s encountered in Massage Therapy! What inspired […]

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Massage Therapy and Sports

Massage Therapy and sports often times go hand in hand. An interest in sports is what leads many of our students to become RMTs. Some of our students are athletes themselves who’ve taken up Massage Therapy to support other athletes. From figure skating to boxing, massage therapy is helpful to […]

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Amanda Kihn

Starting a Business While Getting Certified in B.C. Amanda Kihn graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in mid-August and completed her exams to become a Registered Massage Therapist in October. We reached out to chat with her about how she’s been keeping busy during the six-week wait […]

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