Clinic Accessibility

Clinic Accessibility

Our massage therapy school in Toronto is committed to supporting our community and improving accessibility by preventing and removing barriers for persons with disabilities. CCMH welcomes all members of the disabled community into our school and will endeavour to provide a safe, comfortable and hospitable environment while maintaining the highest quality of customer service in doing so. CCMH is dedicated to treating all people in an inclusive manner; and it is with this dedication, that CCMH shall strive to adhere to the spirit of the Accessiblity for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) and afford equal opportunity and access for all. CCMH prides itself on delivering excellence in education and will continue to undertake measures to enable us to provide this education to everyone equally.

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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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Starting a Business While Getting Certified in B.C. – An Update with Amanda!

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 for the results of her exams, her thoughts […]

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