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Thank you for your answer, it's good to hear from someone from Canada! One thing that I'm worried about is burning out a few years into my career.

I've talked to a few RMTs and they complain about back and wrist pain. I've asked the school about this and they say that they teach good body mechanics and that if you are careful you shouldn't be in pain. Have you found that massage is really hard on your body? I'm not expecting it to be easy, but I don't want to be in crippling pain after a few years of doing it. Body mechanics is everything. In school, there is a lot of upper back and neck pain as you are always bending over your books or lap top to read or study.

This is the same type of pain you can get if you dont have proper body mechanics when you massage. The nice thing is, as a student, you get free massages at your college in the clinic because everyone needs their hours before the board exam so the pain is fixed. Massage therapy is about legs more than arms. If you are looking for easy This is medical school. Be a student for a day and talk to students. Be prepared to fail a few exams or even a course if you arent a great memorizer.

Anatomy is all memorization. If you dont like people touching you, dont want to take off your top and expose your bra to your soon to be close classmates for a manual skills or muscle location lesson, its probably not for you. I've been in this practice for 3 years and there are pros and cons about it. Always do your research no matter what. I spent a few months figuring out if I really wanted to do the program and now I wouldn't go back! No matter what, you will always have this as a background to fall back on if you don't enjoy the work afterwards.

Myself, I really like what I do, but at some point you may feel theres more you want to learn. With massage therapists in Ontario, we have to complete CEU's every 3 years so that means you have to learn other modalities you could use in your practice ie.

I hope this helps! There are TONS everywhere, but who says you won't be the best in your area? How is the job prospect for male massage therapist? I'm just worried I would have a hard time building my cliental for being a male therapist. It is a lot of work school work, clinic hours and outreaches , however, if you put in the work and stay on top of your studying you should be more then ok.

Regarding body mechanics, school is all about body mechanics and posture. It will be drilled into your brain, which will make you a better therapist and allows you to last long in this profession. Kathy in Calgary, Alberta. Currently I am finishing a hours of advanced program in Calgary.

I am already Registered Massage Therapist and currently working in two Physio and Massage clinics, starting also in one mobile spa, as currently I am not having enough time and clients in these places where I work, while still finishing a school.

The fourth job is still picking up some shifts at my previous work that is too stressful, as Health Care Aide in one nursing home. I hope I will last in my new career. I am in late ties and immigrant in Canada. In my country I was a Veterinarian and also finished a Nursing College before I came to Canada, but neither of these diplomas are accepted to work in these professions in Canada. I know Massage Therapy job is not easy, but what is really easy though? Shyla in Calgary, Alberta.

So I am thinking of moving to bc. I have been a RMT in Alberta for 6 years and have taken a hour course. I am wondering if there are some unregistered places I could work cause I really don't want to go back to school. Me in Regina, Saskatchewan. Shyla in Calgary, Alberta said: Have to supply that job with my previous one to be able to survive financially, and it is worst than it was while completely in other profession.

I work in few clinics and they seem not to be busy enough: As I can see, the other clinics are in similar situation, and there are many bad workplaces for RMTs. Is it too many RMTs already or people just cannot afford to have a massage now even I cannot afford it! InglewoodMassage in Calgary, Alberta. I am a licensed massage therapist LMP in Washington, with over three years experience. Also what kind of setting I can work in? Thanks to anyone who can help me! Sorry, but you will need to be assessed, and likely need to go back to school to work in BC, as it's a legislated province.

This means that the title "Massage Therapist" is protected, and you need to have a minimum of hours of training, as well as passing entrance to practice exams in order to be approved to work. There are a few things to consider. They are notorious for simply putting MT's in rooms, but not keeping them busy, or paying them much.

Message me, and I would be willing to have a chat with you. DP in Chestermere, Alberta said: I am currently enrolled in a hour course, and after will be able to practice in BC, once writing a entrance exam BC requires hours. Hence why i enrolled with this specific school that offered those hours BC no longer requires 3, hrs.

It brought the requirement down to correspond with the other legislated provinces. You do, however, have to write an exam, and if you did not attend a BC school, or in a legislated province, you need to be evaluated. Revey in Killarney, Manitoba. What are the duties and responsibilities of this job? Can you tell me why you guys got into this job like what made you want to go into this career?

What do you like most about you job? If someone could answer my question that would be greatly appreciated. I am a student doing a project on massage therapist and need these question answered. As mentioned before, body mechanics is very important. Also not to have more than 5 eventually 6 clients a day, you can be injured more likely. Anyway, whatever we do any kind of physical work, but also office job, etc. So, that can be all kinds of injuries, overuse or underuse, repetitive motions and many other reasons why people get injuries and musculoskeletal conditions.

So, massage therapists are not excluded from that. It is true that most do not last long in that profession, but it is mostly up to each individual. Alicia in Calgary, Alberta. I work full time in an office right now and although it pays the bills and I like my co workers, the job leaves me feeling unfulfilled.

I'm interested in massage therapy because i want a career that enables me to help people and holistic healing really interests me. Ideally i would like to continue working at my current job, at least for my first year at school, so I am looking for a college where I can study part time. Its hard to know which are the best places to study, There's lots of info online but id love to hear from people who have been in similar situations themselves Fely in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

Hi everyone, I found this website while looking for advice about the massage therapy opportunity here in Saskatoon. I intend to follow Raynor massage course for 10 days. Any one took this program? From what I heard,in Saskatchewan, you can massage without beeing registered except that you work with people who are not using insurance coverage. My intention is to make it a side work or if it works, to be self employed.

Any comments et advice would be appreciated. Fely in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan said: I am sorry, but I would not pay someone who has had only 10 days of training to massage me.

I can't believe there is such a course, unless its a refresher course for RMT then that's a whole different story. But from your posts sounds like you are not a RMT and this course isn't registered, sounds like a fly by private school for people who think they can make a quick buck. Massage therapy therapy field has lost its credibility from schools like this and those massage parlours that is popping up everywhere. I agree with Chloe.

DO NOT waste any money for that scam! That is NOT a regular school and there you will not learn any anatomy, not to mention different conditions and their treatments, and a lot of other important things. You can hurt really bad and aggravate conditions in your clients if you dare to massage them despite of not knowing what you are doing.

Another thing, in situation when many people try to sue anybody for anything just to get some money, even if you are not registered massage therapist you may be sued and pay a lot for any loss or injury caused because of incompetency - and you will be "prone" to it because of lack of proper knowledge and experience.

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They took Dad away and placed him in a Turkish orphanage. He believed my grandmother escaped into Egypt with some of the younger children.

He was forced to change religion against his will. Dad explained how he had been encouraged to sneak out of the orphanage one night with an older friend, and how they ran, and then escaped into the countryside. They existed by their wits, hand to mouth. Dad was 17 when he started his journey. We really don't know and I don't think he knew where he was going.

The Salvation Army arranged to have three children in the orphanage, including my father, transported to Canada. Dad left the other two boys in Montreal and continued on to Manitoba. He was fascinated by the train ride, and wanted to extend it as far as he could. He had never seen one, and was intrigued. The train brought him to Winnipeg, and from there he was placed with farmers in the Killarney area. He told me how wonderful the people were to him, as he spoke almost no English.

He found out later they taught him cuss words, as it was funny to hear them with his accent! He was very happy in his early years in Canada. He never spoke of being lonely, or about the old country, as he made so many new friends. He told me how he had made a comb out of nails, in the early years, as he had no money, and his hair was long. He worked hard, and eventually bought his own land and farmed.

He served in the Canadian Army, overseas, for six years. Afterwards, he was a local, respected politician for plus years. Dad fathered five children, one of whom is deceased. There are numerous grandchildren, great, and great-great grandchildren — 65 in total.

Quite a dynasty from one little Armenian orphan! Most of us still live in Killarney and southwestern Manitoba. As he grew older, Dad always said he was so grateful to have been blessed with coming to a free country like Canada. The fourth job is still picking up some shifts at my previous work that is too stressful, as Health Care Aide in one nursing home. I hope I will last in my new career. I am in late ties and immigrant in Canada. In my country I was a Veterinarian and also finished a Nursing College before I came to Canada, but neither of these diplomas are accepted to work in these professions in Canada.

I know Massage Therapy job is not easy, but what is really easy though? Shyla in Calgary, Alberta. So I am thinking of moving to bc. I have been a RMT in Alberta for 6 years and have taken a hour course. I am wondering if there are some unregistered places I could work cause I really don't want to go back to school.

Me in Regina, Saskatchewan. Shyla in Calgary, Alberta said: Have to supply that job with my previous one to be able to survive financially, and it is worst than it was while completely in other profession.

I work in few clinics and they seem not to be busy enough: As I can see, the other clinics are in similar situation, and there are many bad workplaces for RMTs. Is it too many RMTs already or people just cannot afford to have a massage now even I cannot afford it! InglewoodMassage in Calgary, Alberta. I am a licensed massage therapist LMP in Washington, with over three years experience.

Also what kind of setting I can work in? Thanks to anyone who can help me! Sorry, but you will need to be assessed, and likely need to go back to school to work in BC, as it's a legislated province.

This means that the title "Massage Therapist" is protected, and you need to have a minimum of hours of training, as well as passing entrance to practice exams in order to be approved to work. There are a few things to consider. They are notorious for simply putting MT's in rooms, but not keeping them busy, or paying them much. Message me, and I would be willing to have a chat with you. DP in Chestermere, Alberta said: I am currently enrolled in a hour course, and after will be able to practice in BC, once writing a entrance exam BC requires hours.

Hence why i enrolled with this specific school that offered those hours BC no longer requires 3, hrs. It brought the requirement down to correspond with the other legislated provinces. You do, however, have to write an exam, and if you did not attend a BC school, or in a legislated province, you need to be evaluated. Revey in Killarney, Manitoba. What are the duties and responsibilities of this job? Can you tell me why you guys got into this job like what made you want to go into this career?

What do you like most about you job? If someone could answer my question that would be greatly appreciated. I am a student doing a project on massage therapist and need these question answered. As mentioned before, body mechanics is very important. Also not to have more than 5 eventually 6 clients a day, you can be injured more likely.

Anyway, whatever we do any kind of physical work, but also office job, etc. So, that can be all kinds of injuries, overuse or underuse, repetitive motions and many other reasons why people get injuries and musculoskeletal conditions. So, massage therapists are not excluded from that. It is true that most do not last long in that profession, but it is mostly up to each individual.

Alicia in Calgary, Alberta. I work full time in an office right now and although it pays the bills and I like my co workers, the job leaves me feeling unfulfilled. I'm interested in massage therapy because i want a career that enables me to help people and holistic healing really interests me. Ideally i would like to continue working at my current job, at least for my first year at school, so I am looking for a college where I can study part time. Its hard to know which are the best places to study, There's lots of info online but id love to hear from people who have been in similar situations themselves Fely in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

Hi everyone, I found this website while looking for advice about the massage therapy opportunity here in Saskatoon. I intend to follow Raynor massage course for 10 days. Any one took this program? From what I heard,in Saskatchewan, you can massage without beeing registered except that you work with people who are not using insurance coverage.

My intention is to make it a side work or if it works, to be self employed. Any comments et advice would be appreciated. Fely in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan said: I am sorry, but I would not pay someone who has had only 10 days of training to massage me. I can't believe there is such a course, unless its a refresher course for RMT then that's a whole different story. But from your posts sounds like you are not a RMT and this course isn't registered, sounds like a fly by private school for people who think they can make a quick buck.

Massage therapy therapy field has lost its credibility from schools like this and those massage parlours that is popping up everywhere.

I agree with Chloe. DO NOT waste any money for that scam! That is NOT a regular school and there you will not learn any anatomy, not to mention different conditions and their treatments, and a lot of other important things. You can hurt really bad and aggravate conditions in your clients if you dare to massage them despite of not knowing what you are doing.

Another thing, in situation when many people try to sue anybody for anything just to get some money, even if you are not registered massage therapist you may be sued and pay a lot for any loss or injury caused because of incompetency - and you will be "prone" to it because of lack of proper knowledge and experience. Anita sarieto in New Westminster, British Columbia. PhishPhan in Coquitlam, British Columbia. Hello everyone- first time poster from BC looking for some information.

I am looking at the accredited schools for RMT, and was wondering what the study load is really like. My situation is that I would need to work part-time in order to support myself while in school; I live alone with a mortgage and no savings.

I would have some assistance from WCB on tuition, but I would have to cover the balance of tuition myself as well as all living costs, so I would definitely need to have come while at school. Has anyone worked while studying to be an RMT? I do have a flexible employment situation where I can set my own schedule, and the bulk of my income is earned in the evenings and weekends. I noticed that VCMT does offer a 32 month part-time program, but I would prefer to go full-time and get it done more quickly.

Noah mayes in Delta, British Columbia. Hi, i am wondering if it is possible to start a business in massage therapy with having the background in it. Is this legal in bc?? I have been a massage therapist for nearly 10 years - I was educated and currently live in Nova Scotia from a hour program , but passed my CMTO board exams after graduation.

I am working in a great clinic now, though there have been times when I didn't work in the best places. I think that the BC education is fantastic, but I would caution you that you have to be very business minded to make a great go of it.

Massage therapy IS a business, and if you go about it in the right way you can do very well for yourself - it takes commitment and business savvy.

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