Your Future is In Your Hands

Your Future is In Your Hands

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The future is in your hands – WCCMT Classroom

When it comes to a career in Massage Therapy, there are so many different opportunities available for RMTs. Whether at our own New Westminster Campus, or in Halifax, Toronto, Cambridge or Victoria, the College of Massage has seen a lot of great (and varied) success stories. Whether you want to work in a spa or a clinic near your home or take your skills abroad on a cruise or with a sports team, your skills will serve

Alex Denvir
Alex Denvir

you anywhere. Current Student Alex Denvir is already thinking about the possibilities available to her by dreaming of setting up a mobile studio.

If you have always dreamed of running your own business, you can do that with Massage Therapy as well. Alumnae Helen Milic, RMT and Lisa Macchia, RMT are celebrating their business’ 10th anniversary, Lisa Fershau, RMT has faced a lot of hardship leading to the opening of her own business, and recent graduate Josie Ward, RMT has just opened a new clinic.

You have the flexibility to make your Massage Therapy career a full-time occupation or a part-time one.

CCMH Student Isabelle Simmons studied Massage Therapy as a later career and Alumnus Jamie Johnston, RMT is balancing his Massage Therapy commitments with his community involvement, teaching, and blogging.

You’re always welcome to mentor and apply to teach at CCMH.

You can help students as a Clinic Supervisor like Dr. Carlo Tala’s or by giving talks like Alumnus Carmelo Brual, RMT, or even become an instructor like Paul Dziegielewski, RMT.

When you see us use the words, “Your Future is in Your Hands,” you can be sure that it is true. You have the chance and the choice to make a difference in the lives of others, and to be in charge of which direction you want to go to. We’d love to hear your story.

Contact us at: [email protected] to tell us about the impact the College of Massage has had on you.

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